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Thomas T. Hammond • 19 Items / 9 Reviews, 5 Books, 5 Articles
Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism (1965)
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  1. Reviews in Brief
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    Aids to Navigation (2 Reviews)
    Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism, by Thomas T. Hammond
    1. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism by Thomas T. Hammond
    2. Russia and the Soviet Union by Paul L. Horecky
    Problems of Communism, July 1965, p. 68
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    Books on Russia, the USSR, and Communism (2 Reviews)
    Russia and the Soviet Union, by Paul L. Horecky
    1. Russia and the Soviet Union by Paul L. Horecky
    2. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism by Thomas T. Hammond
    Survey, July 1966, pp. 178-179
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Political Succession in the USSR by Myron Rush
    2. Russia After Khrushchev by Robert Conquest
    3. The Soviet Economy Since Stalin by Harry Schwartz
    4. The Soviet Union and Disarmament by Alexander Dallin
    5. The Third World in Soviet Perspective by Thomas Perry Thornton
    6. I Rediscover Russia, 1924-1964 by Isaac Don Levine
    7. The Trotsky Papers, 1917-1922 by Jan M. Meijer and Leon Trotsky
    8. The Modern History of Soviet Central Asia by Geoffrey Wheeler
    9. The Red Pawn by Flora Lewis
    10. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism by Thomas T. Hammond
    11. Russia and the Soviet Union by Paul L. Horecky
    12. The Forming of the Communist International by James W. Hulse
    13. The Socialist Commonwealth of Nations by Kazimierz Grzybowski
    14. The Communist States at the Crossroads by Adam Bromke
    15. Industrial Progress in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany, 1937-1962 by Alfred Zauberman
    Foreign Affairs, July 1965, pp. 718-719