The East European Revolution

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The East European Revolution

By Hugh Seton-Watson
Praeger, Methuen, 1951
406 pp. $5.50

A sequel to the author's earlier "Eastern Europe Between the Wars, 1918-1941." Mr. Seton-Watson, who is exceptionally well equipped to handle this difficult subject, expertly traces the history of the Iron Curtain states through the war and into the successive stages of Sovietization. The exception, Greece, is treated in a separate chapter.

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