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Constantin A. Fotitch • 16 Items / 1 Book, 14 Articles, 1 Review
The War We Lost (1948)
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Published Reviews
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    Russia and Slavic Europe (Review)
    The War We Lost, by Constantin Fotitch
    1. The War We Lost by Constantin Fotitch
    The American Historical Review, July 1949, pp. 930-932
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    One Tyranny for Another (Review)
    The War We Lost, by Constantin Fotitch
    1. The War We Lost by Constantin Fotitch
    The Saturday Review, November 27, 1948, p. 12
  3. Books
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    The Screen: Put Out More Flags (3 Reviews)
    The Rape of Poland, by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk
    1. The Rape of Poland by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk
    2. The War We Lost by Constantin Fotitch
    3. The Struggle Behind the Iron Curtain by Ferenc Nagy
    Commonweal, December 17, 1948, p. 260
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Political Power in the USSR, 1917-1947 by Julian Towster
    2. The Law of the Soviet State by Andrey Y. Vyshinsky
    3. Calendar of Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy, 1917-1941 by Jane Degras
    4. The Economy of the USSR During World War II by Nikolai A. Voznesensky
    5. Lost Illusion by Freda Utley
    6. Facing East by Lewis B. Namier
    7. Baltic Background by Bernard Newman
    8. Technique of Economic Sovietisation: A Baltic Experience by Endel Kareda
    9. History of Czechoslovakia in Outline by J.V. Polisensky
    10. The Economic Aspect of the German Occupation of Czechoslovakia by Leopold Chmelar
    11. The Rape of Poland by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk
    12. The Struggle Behind the Iron Curtain by Ferenc Nagy
    13. The War We Lost by Constantin Fotitch
    14. Russia Astride the Balkans by Robert Bishop and E.S. Crayfield
    Foreign Affairs, April 1949, pp. 513-515
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    Briefly Noted (18 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Nightmare of American Foreign Policy by Edgar Ansel Mowrer
    2. The Struggle Behind the Iron Curtain by Ferenc Nagy
    3. The War We Lost by Constantin Fotitch
    4. Arthur Quiller-Couch by Frederick Brittain
    5. Made in America by John A. Kouwenhoven
    6. The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe by John Ward Ostrom and Edgar Allan Poe
    7. Voyages to the Moon by Marjorie Hope Nicolson
    8. My Story by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    9. We're All In It by Eric A. Johnston
    10. The Best of Times by Ludwig Bemelmans
    11. Fighting Indians of the West by Martin F. Schmitt and Dee Brown
    12. Renaissance in Haiti by Selden Rodman
    13. On the Limits of Poetry by Allen Tate
    14. Selected Fables by Jean de la Fontaine
    15. The Renaissance Painter's Garden by Ruth Wedgwood Kennedy
    16. The Pitman Gallery by Paul Gauguin
    17. Shots at Whitetails by Lawrence R. Koller
    18. The Fishing and Hunting Answer Book by David M. Newell
    The New Yorker, November 13, 1948, pp. 132-134