restricted access   Volume 10, Number 3, Summer 2009 (New Series)

Table of Contents

From: Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History

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Entangled Histories in the Age of Extremes

pp. 415-422

Mortal Embrace: Germans and (Soviet) Russians in the First Half of the 20th Century

pp. 423-439


“A Belgium of Our Own”: The Sack of Russian Kalisz, August 1914

pp. 441-473

United by Barbed Wire: Russian POWs in Germany, National Stereotypes, and International Relations, 1914–22

pp. 475-498

Iron Revolutionaries and Salon Socialists: Bolsheviks and German Communists in the 1920s and 1930s

pp. 499-526

Back from the USSR: The Anti-Comintern’s Publications on Soviet Russia in Nazi Germany (1935–41)

pp. 527-556

Return to Soviet Russia: Edwin Erich Dwinger and the Narratives of Barbarossa

pp. 557-570

“The Diaries of Fritzes and the Letters of Gretchens”: Personal Writings from the German–Soviet War and Their Readers

pp. 571-606

Ehrenburg and Grossman: Two Cosmopolitan Jewish Writers Reflect on Nazi Germany at War

pp. 607-628

The Intelligentsia Meets the Enemy: Educated Soviet Officers in Defeated Germany, 1945

pp. 629-682


Inozemtsy v Rossii XVI–XVII vv, and: Vykhodtsy iz Zapadnoi Evropy v Rossii XVII veka: Pravovoi status i real´noe polozhenie (review)

pp. 683-692

Rossiiskii konservatizm i reforma, 1907–1914, and: Russian Conservatism and Its Critics: A Study in Political Culture (review)

pp. 693-709

Ruling Peasants: Village and State in Late Imperial Russia (review)

pp. 710-718

In Stalins Gefolgschaft: Moskau und die KPD 1928–1933 (review)

pp. 719-723

Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler: The Age of Social Catastrophe (review)

pp. 724-729

Russian Children’s Literature and Culture, and: Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood: In History and Society, and: Children’s World: Growing Up in Russia, 1890–1991, and: Russkie deti: Osnovy narodnoi pedagogiki. Illiustrirovannaia entsiklopediia (review)

pp. 730-742


Contributors to This Issue

pp. 743-745