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George F. Kennan Archives
George F. Kennan • 120 Items / 23 Books, 84 Articles, 12 Reviews
From Prague After Munich (1968)
Diplomatic Papers, 1938-1940
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Published Reviews
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    From Prague After Munich, by George F. Kennan
    1. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    The American Historical Review, December 1968, p. 666
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    Munich: The First Fruits (Review)
    From Prague After Munich, by George F. Kennan
    1. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    Modern Age, Fall 1968, pp. 435-438
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    Prague in the 1930's (Review)
    From Prague After Munich, by George F. Kennan
    1. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    Problems of Communism, July 1969, p. 99
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    Watching the World Go By (2 Reviews)
    A Diplomat Looks Back, by Lewis Einstein and Lawrence E. Gelfand
    1. A Diplomat Looks Back by Lewis Einstein and Lawrence E. Gelfand
    2. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    The New York Review of Books, October 10, 1968, pp. 18-19
  5. Regular Features
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    Elements of Change in Eastern Europe, by David S. Collier and Curt Glaser
    1. Elements of Change in Eastern Europe by David S. Collier and Curt Glaser
    2. The Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe by Richard F. Staar
    3. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    4. Beyond Vietnam by Edwin O. Reischauer
    Current History, April 1969, pp. 230-233
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    Western Europe and the Atlantic Community (9 Reviews)
    Eclipse, by Alan Moorehead
    1. Eclipse by Alan Moorehead
    2. Finland by W.R. Mead
    3. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    4. A History of Modern Italy by Shepard B. Clough and Salvatore Saladino
    5. A History of Sweden by Ingvar Andersson
    6. The Making of British Foreign Policy by David Vital
    7. The Organization of British Central Government, 1914-1964 by F.M.G. Willson and D.N. Chester
    8. Rome by Maurice Andrieux
    9. Soft Underbelly by Trumbull Higgins
    Orbis, Fall 1968, pp. 921-922
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    2. Plan and Market Under Socialism by Ota Sik
    3. The Nuclear Revolution in Soviet Military Affairs by William R. Kintner and Harriet Fast Scott
    4. Soviet Politics Since Khrushchev by Alexander Dallin and Thomas B. Larson
    5. The New Russia: Communism in Evolution by Denis Dirscherl
    6. Fifty Years of Communism by Geoffrey F. Hudson
    7. The Soviet Economy by Marshall I. Goldman
    8. Planning and Productivity Under Soviet Socialism by Abram Bergson
    9. The Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Communist Party, 1927-1932 by Loren R. Graham
    10. Justice and the Legal System in the USSR by Robert Conquest
    11. The Soviet Police System by Robert Conquest
    12. Ethnic Minorities in the Soviet Union by Eric Goldhagen
    13. Memoirs of a Soviet Ambassador by Ivan M. Maisky
    14. Britain and the Russian Civil War, November 1918 - February 1920 by Richard H. Ullman
    15. The Finns and Their Country by Wendy Hall
    16. Poland and the Western Powers, 1938-1939 by Anna M. Cienciala
    Foreign Affairs, October 1968, pp. 194-195