Eastern Europe and the Origins of the Second World War (Making of the 20th Century) Paperback – 1 Oct 2000
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'[This] is a decidedly useful book. Its author is blessed with extensive knowledge of a wide range of countries, large and small, and of the complex inter-relationship between them...In short, it fills an evident gap very successfully.' - Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson, Journal of Contemporary History
'...packs an admirable punch.' - Kelly McFall, The Historian
'A useful book that fills a gap and offers a valuable fresh perspective on the origins of the war in a one volume survey on Eastern Europe.' - Patrick Finney, University of Wales, Lampeter
'This book is extremely welcome and a detailed regional treatment of this sort is long overdue.' - Martin Thomas, University of the West of England
'...wonderful to see this aspect of 1930-41 covered so well.' - Dr. O.A. Hartley, University of Leeds --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
ANITA J. PRAZMOWSKA is Senior Lecturer in History in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Top Customer Reviews
Truly amazing as a summary, I warmly recommend this short book to anyone interested in the origins of the Second World War and the rivalries and alliances of the East European countries in the interwar period and their relationship with the Big Powers.