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Deals with the period of takeover and of ‘high Stalinism’ in Eastern Europe (1945–1955). These years are considered to be fundamentally characterized by institutional and ideological transfers based upon the premise of radical transformism and of cultural revolution. Both a balance-sheet and a politico-historical synthesis that reflects the archival and thematic novelties which came about in the field of communism studies after 1989.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title page
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  1. Table of Contents
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-14
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  1. Part One - Stalinism Revisited and the Takeover Model
  2. pp. 15-15
  1. Stalinist Revolutionary Breakthroughs in Eastern Europe
  2. pp. 17-23
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  1. Diabolical Pedagogy and the (Il)logic of Stalinism in Eastern Europe
  2. pp. 25-50
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  1. Stalin, Soviet Policy, and the Consolidation of a Communist Bloc in Eastern Europe, 1944–53
  2. pp. 51-101
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  1. Popular Democracy: An Illusion?
  2. pp. 103-128
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  1. Part Two - The Establishment of Communist Regimes in Central and Eastern Europe
  2. pp. 129-129
  1. Eastern Europe between the USSR and the West: Reflections on the Origins and Dynamics of the Cold War
  2. pp. 131-141
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  1. Legitimation Deficit and Legitimation Crisis in East European Societies
  2. pp. 143-160
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  1. The Paradox of East German Communism: From Non-Stalinism to Neo-Stalinism?
  2. pp. 161-162
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  1. The Paradox of East German Communism: From Non-Stalinism to Neo-Stalinism?
  2. pp. 163-193
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  1. Road to “People’s Poland”: Stalin’s Conquest Revisited
  2. pp. 195-228
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  1. Part Three - Stalinism and Historiography
  2. pp. 229-229
  1. Revisiting Hungarian Stalinism
  2. pp. 231-254
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  1. Avatars of the Romanian Academy and the Historical Front: 1948 versus 1955
  2. pp. 255-281
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  1. Bulgarian Stalinism Revisited
  2. pp. 283-303
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  1. Historicizing a Disputed Theme: Anti-Communist Armed Resistance in Romania
  2. pp. 305-342
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  1. Part Four - National or Revolutionary Breakthroughs?
  2. pp. 343-343
  1. Hope Died Last: The Czechoslovak Road to Stalinism
  2. pp. 345-365
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  1. Propaganda and Culture in Romania at the Beginning of the Communist Regime
  2. pp. 367-385
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  1. Varieties of Stalinism in Light of the Yugoslav Case
  2. pp. 387-399
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  1. Community-Building and Identity Politics in Gheorghiu-Dej’s Romania, 1956–64
  2. pp. 401-422
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 425-429
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 431-444
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  1. back cover
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Additional Information

ISBN
9786155211812
Print ISBN
9789639776555
MARC Record
OCLC
649914606
Pages
454
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
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