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Eastern Europe in the Post-War World (1961)
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    In Crisis and War (Review)
    Eastern Europe in the Post-War World, by Hubert Ripka
    1. Eastern Europe in the Post-War World by Hubert Ripka
    The Labour Monthly, December 1961, p. 585
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    Perspectives on East Central Europe (5 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe in the Post-War World, by Hubert Ripka
    1. Eastern Europe in the Post-War World by Hubert Ripka
    2. East Central Europe and the World by Stephen D. Kertesz
    3. Revolution in Hungary by Paul E. Zinner
    4. Communism in Czechoslovakia, 1948-1960 by Edward Taborsky
    5. Poland, 1944-1962 by Richard Felix Staar
    Problems of Communism, July 1963, pp. 24-28
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Eastern Europe in the Post-War World by Hubert Ripka
    2. Secret Nazi Plans for Eastern Europe by Ihor Kamenetsky
    3. The Politics of Totalitarianism by John A. Armstrong
    4. An Essay on Sources for the Study of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1934-1960 by John A. Armstrong
    5. A History of Russia by Jesse D. Clarkson
    6. House Without a Roof by Maurice Hindus
    7. Conquest Without War by Nikita S. Khrushchev, N.H. Mager, and Jacques Katel, ...
    8. Soviet Power: Energy Resources, Production and Potentials by Jordan A. Hodgkins
    9. Intervention and the War by Richard H. Ullman
    10. The Jewish Problem in the Soviet Union by Ben Zion Goldberg
    11. Labor in Finland by Carl Erik Knoellinger
    12. Communism in Czechoslovakia, 1948-1960 by Edward Taborsky
    13. Rift and Revolt in Hungary by Ferenc A. Vali
    14. The Beloved Land by Vladimir Dedijer
    Foreign Affairs, January 1962, pp. 323-325