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I. GENERAL

This bibliography, which is limited to books in English, French, and German, does not include any publications on general European history, although in some of them, especially in a few recent works, for instance in J. L. La Monte, The World of the Middle Ages (New York, 1949), or C. E. Black and E. C. Helmreich, Twentieth Century Europe (New York, 1950), a serious effort has been made to give the countries of East Central Europe more attention than before. The only book which tries to cover the history of all these countries, along with that of Russia and Turkey, is Central-Eastern Europe, by J. C. Roucek and associates (New York, 1946). This volume, however, considers chiefly the contemporary period. For those nations of East Central Europe which are Slavic, the historical chapters of A Handbook of Slavic Studies (Cambridge, Mass., 1949), edited by L. Strakhovsky, with excellent bibliographies, are of basic importance. Among other publications dealing with the general background of Slavic culture, the following are particularly valuable:

BRÜCKNER, A. Der Eintritt der Slaven in die Weltgeschichte. Berlin, 1909.

CROSS, S. H. Slavic Culture Through the Ages. Cambridge, Mass., 1948.

LÉGER, L. Les anciennes civilisations slaves. Paris, 1921.

MOUSSET, A. The World of the Slavs. New York, 1951.

NIEDERLE, L. Manuel de l’antiquité slave. 2 vols. Paris, 1923, 1926.

SAFARIK, P. J.Slavische Altertümer. 2 vols. Leipzig, 1843, 1844.

Among the general histories of individual nations or regions, the following might be mentioned:

A. FOR THE BALTIC REGION


BILMANIS, A. Baltic Essays. Washington, D. C., 1945.

——-    History of Latvia. Princeton, 1951.

CHASE, TH. G. The Story of Lithuania. New York, 1946.

JURGELA, C. R. History of the Lithuanian Nation. New York, 1948.

SOMMER, W. Geschichte Finnlands. München, 1938.

VITOLS, H. La mer baltique et les stats baltes. Paris, 1935.

B. FOR POLAND

Cambridge History of Poland from the Origins to Sobieski (1696). Cambridge, 1950.

Cambridge History of Poland from Augustus II to Pilsudski (1637 1935). Cambridge, 1941.

DYBOSKI, R. Poland in World Civilization. New York, 1950.

HALECKI, 0. A History of Poland. New York, 1943.

KUTRZEBA, H. Grundriss der polnischen Verfassungsgeschichte. Berlin, 1912.

LEDNICKI, W. Life and Culture of Poland. New York, 1944.

ROSE, W. J. Poland Old and New. London, 1948.

WOJCHIECHOWSKI, Z. (ed.). Poland’s Place in Europe. Poznan, 1947.

ZOLTOWSKI, A. Border of Europe—A Study of the Polish Eastern Provinces. London, 1950.

C. FOR THE UKRAINE

ALLEN, W. E. D. The Ukraine: A History. Cambridge, 1940.

CHAMBERLIN, W. H. The Ukraine: A Submerged Nation. New York, 1944.

DOROSHENKO, D. History of the Ukraine. Edmonton, 1939.

HRUSHEVSKY, M. A History of the Ukraine. New York, 1941.

MANNING, C. The Story of the Ukraine. New York, 1947.

SMOLKA, ST. Die reussiche Welt. Wien, 1916.

D. FOR CZECHOSLOVAKIA

KROFTA, K. A Short History of Czechoslovakia. New York, 1934.

——-    Das Deutschtum in der tschechoslowakischen Geschichte. Prague, 1934.

LURTZOW, C. F. Bohemia. New York, 1939.

SETON-WATSON, R. W. A History of the Czechs and Slovaks. London, 1943.

THOMSON, S. H. Czechoslovakia in European History. Princeton, 1943.

WISKEMANN, E. Czechs and Germans. New York, 1938.

E. FOR HUNGARY

DOMANOVSZKY, A. Die Geschichte Ungarns. München, 1923.

KOSARY, D. G. A History of Hungary. New York, 1941.

LUKINICH, I. A History of Hungary. Budapest, 1937.

SZEKFU, J. Der Staat Ungarn. Berlin, 1918.

TELEKI, P. The Evolution of Hungary and Its Place in Europe. New York, 1923.

F.  FOR THE BALKAN REGION

FORBES, N., et al. The Balkans: A History of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Rumania, and Turkey. Oxford, 1915.

IORGA, N. Histoire des États balkaniques jusqu’à 1924. Paris, 1925.

RISTELHURER, R. Histoire des peuples balkaniques. Paris, 1950.

SCHEVILL, F., and GEWEHR, W. M. A History of the Balkan Peninsula. New York, 1933.

STADTMULLRR, G. Geschichte Südosteuropas. Munchen, 1950 (including the Danubian region).

G.  FOR RUMANIA

IORGA, N. A History of Roumania. New York, 1926.

——    Histoire des Roumains et de la romanité orientale. 5 vols. Bucharest, 1937.

—-    La place des Roumains dans l histoire universelle. 2 vols. Bucharest, 1935.

SETON-WATSON, R. W. History of the Rumanians. Cambridge, 1934.

H.  FOR YUGOSLAVIA

GOPCEVIC, J. Geschichte von Montenegro und Albanien. Gotha, 1914.

KLAIC, V. Geschichte Bosniens. Leipzig, 1885.

LOUCAR, D. The Slovenes—A Social History. Cleveland, 1939.

SISIC, F. Geschichte der Kroaten. Zagreb, 1917.

TEMPERLEY, H. History of Serbia. London, 1917.

VOJNOVICH, L. Histoire de Dalmatie. 2 vols. Paris, 1934.

I.  FOR BULGARIA

ANTONOFF, V. Bulgarien vom Beginn seines staatlichen Bestehens bis auf unsere Zeit, 1917. Berlin, 1917.

SLALARSKI, V. N., and HANEFF, N. Geschichte der Bulgaren. 2 vols. Leipzig, 1917—1918.

SONGEON, G. Histoire de la Bulgarie des origines jusqu’à nos jours, 485—1913. Paris, 1913.

J.  FOR GREECE

FINLAY, G. A History of Greece. 7 vols. Oxford, 1877.

HERTZBERG, G. F. Geschichte Griechenlands. 2 vols. Gotha, 1876—1879.

II. MEDIEVAL BACKGROUND AND ORIGIN

For this and the following two sections, to the end of the eighteenth century, the monographs in Western languages are rather scarce. Therefore no classification according to countries or regions has seemed advisable. In the medieval section, a few books which include the Renaissance period have been listed.

BACHMAN, A. Geschichte Bohmens bis 1526. 2 vols. Gotha, 1899—1905.

DVORNIK, F. The Making of Central and Eastern Europe. London, 1949.

—    ab— Les légendes de Constantin et Methodius vues de Byzance. Prague, 1933.

—-    Les Slaves, Byzance et Rome au IXe siecle. Paris, 1926.

GIESEBRECHT, H. L. Th. Wendische Geschichten aus den Jahren 780—1182. 3 vols. Berlin, 1843.

GRÜNHAGEN, C. Geschichte Schlesiens. 2 vols. Gotha, 1884—1886.

HOMAN, B. King Stephen the Saint. Budapest, 1938.

JIRECEK, C. Geschichte der Serben. 2 vols. to 1571. Gotha, 1911, 1918.

KOSTRZEWSKI, J. Les origines de la civilisation polonaise. Prehistoire-protohistoire. Paris, 1949.

PALACKY, F. Geschichte von Böhmen. 5 vols. to 1526. Prague, 1864-1867.

RUNCIMAN, S. History of the First Bulgarian Empire. London, 1930.

TOTORAITIS, J. Die Litauer under König Mindowe. Freiburg, 1905.

VERNADSKY, G. Ancient Russia. New Haven, 1944.

—-    Kievan Russia. New Haven, 1948.

WERUNSKY, E. Geschichte Kaiser Karl IV und seiner Zeit. 4 vols. Innsbruck, 1880—1892.

WOJCIECHOWSKI, Z. L’Etat polonais du moyen âge. Histoire des institutions. Paris, 1949.

—-    Mieszko I and the Rise of the Polish State. Torun, 1936.

III. RENAISSANCE DEVELOPMENTS

BELLÉE, H. Polen und die römische Kurie 1414—1424. Berlin, 1914.

BERGA, A. Pierre Skarga. Paris, 1916.

BERZEVICZY, A. Beatrice d’Aragon, reine de Hongrie. 2 vols. Paris, 1911 - 19l2.

CARO, J. Geschichte Polens. vols. 3—5 1386-1506. Gotha, 1865—1888.

CHAMPION, P. Henri de Valois, roi de Pologne. Paris, 1946.

DENIS, E. Huss et la guerre des Hussites. Paris, 1878.

—-    Etienne Batory, roi de Pologne, prince de Transylvanie. Cracovie, 1935.

FOX, P. The Reformation in Poland. Baltimore, 1926.

FRAKNOI, W. Mathias Hunyady. Budapest, 1890.

HALECKI, 0. Das Nationalitäten problem im alten Polen. Krakow, 1916.

—-    The Crusade of Varna. New York, 1943.

KELLOGG, CH. Jadwiga, Poland’s Great Queen. New York, 1931.

LIKOWSKI, E. Die Kirchenunion von Brest-Litovsk. Freiburg, 1900.

LUETZOW, C. F. The Life and Time of Master John Hus. New York, 1909.

—-    The Hussite Wars. New York, 1914.

MORAWSKI, C. Histoire de l université de Cracovie. 2 vols. Cracovie, 1903.

NIEBOROWSKI, P. Der Deutsche Orden und Polen. Breslau, 1924.

NOAILLES, MARQUIS DE. Henri de Valois et la Pologne. Paris, 1867.

PFITZNER, J. Grossfürst Vitold von Litauen als Staatsmann. Brünn, 1930.

SPINKA, M. John Hus and the Czech Reform. Chicago, 1941.

UEBERSBERGER, H. Österreich und Russland: I (1488—1605). Wien, 1906.

WILBUR, E. M. A History of Unitarianism. Cambridge, Mass., 1945.

WOTSCHKE, TH. Geschichte der Reformation in Polen. Leipzig, 1911.

ZIVIER, E. Neuere Geschichte Polens: 1 (1506—1572). Gotha, 1915.

IV.  SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES

ASKENAZY, S. Danzig and Poland. London, 1930.

BAIN, N. The Last King of Poland and His Contemporaries. New York, 1903.

BRETHOLZ, B. Neuere Geschichte Böhmens. Gotha, 1920.

DENIS, E. La fin de l’indépendance bohême. 2 vols. Paris, 1890.

—-    La Bohême depuis la Montagne Blanche. 2 vols. Paris, 1930.

FORST-BATTAGLIA, 0. Jan Sobieski, König von Polen. Einsiedeln, 1946.

—-    Stanislaw August Poniatowski. Berlin, 1927.

HADROVICS, L. L’Eglise serbe sous la domination turque. Paris, 1947.

HAIMAN, W. Kosciuszko in the American Revolution. New York, 1943.

—    ab— Kosciuszko, Leader and Exile. New York, 1946.

HAJEK, A. Bulgarien unter der Türkenherrschaft. Berlin, 1925.

KERNER, R. J. Bohemia in the Eighteenth Century. New York, 1932.

KONOPCZYNSKI, W. Le Liberum Veto. Paris, 1930.

LORD, R. H. The Second Partition of Poland. Cambridge, Mass., 1915.

MARCZALI, H. Hungaria in the Eighteenth Century. Cambridge, 1910.

MARTEL, A. La langue polonaise dans les pays ruthènes, 1569 -1667. Lille, 1935.

MORTON, J. B. John Sobieski, King of Poland. London, 1932.

ROSE, W. G. Stanislaw Konarski. London, 1929.

SOBIESKW, W. Der Kampf um die Ostsee. Leipzig, 1933.

SPINKA, M. John Amos Comenius. Chicago, 1943.

VERNADSKY, G. Bohdan, Hetman of Ukraine. New Haven, 1941.

V.  NATIONALISM VERSUS IMPERIALISM: 1795—1914

ANCEL, J. La Macédoine, son évolution contemporaine. Paris,. 1930.

—-    L’unié de la politique bulgare, 1870—1919. Paris, 1919.

ASKENAZY, S. Napoleon et la Pologne. Paris, 1903.

—-    Prince Joseph Poniatowski. London, n.d.

AUERBACH, B. Les races et les nationalités en Autriche-Hongrie. Paris, 1917.

BERNHARD, L. Das polnische Gemeinwesen im deutschen Staat. Leipzig, 1910.

BLACK, C. E. The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Bulgaria. Princeton, 1943.

BOGICEVIC, M. Die auswärtige Politik Serbiens, 1903 -1904. 3 vols. Berlin, 1931.

CHACONAS, S. G. Adamantios Korais: A Study in Greek Nationalism. New York, 1942.

CLINE, M. A. The American Attitude Towards the Greek War of Independence. Georgia, 1930.

CRAWLEY, C. W. The Question of Greek Independence, 1821—1833. New York, 1931.

DENTON, W. Montenegro, Its People and Their History. London, 1877.

DMOWSKI, R. La question polonaise. Paris, 1909.

DRIAULT, F., and LHERITIER, M. Histoire diplomatique de la Grèce. 5 vols. Paris, 1925—1926.

EISENMANN, L. Le compromis austro-hongrois de 1867. Paris, 1904.

FELDMAN, W. Geschichte der politischen Ideen in Polen seit dessen Teilungen. Leipzig, 1917.

FISCHEL, A. Der Panslavismus bis zum Weltkrieg. Stuttgart, 1919.

GEWEHR, W. M. The Rise of Nationalism in the Balkans. New York, 1931.

HAJEK, A. Bulgariens Befreiung und staatliche Entwicklung unter seinen ersten Fürsten. Berlin, 1939.

HANDELSMAN, M. Les idées françaises et la mentalité politique de Ia Pologne au XIXe siècle. Paris, 1927.

—-    Czartoryski, Nicholas Ier et la question du Proche Orient. Paris, 1934.

HELMERICH, F. C. Diplomacy of the Balkan Wars, 1912—1913. Cambridge, Mass., 1938.

HENRY, R. Le Congrès slave de Prague en 1848. Paris, 1903.

HYDE, A. M. A Diplomatic History of Bulgaria, 1870—1886. Urbana, 1931.

JAKSIC, J. L’Europe et la résurrection de la Serbie, 1804-1834. Paris, 1917.

JASZI, 0. The Dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy. Chicago, 1929.

KALTCHAS, N. Introduction to the Constitutional History of Modern Greece. New York, 1940.

KANN, R. A. The Multinational Empire: Nationalism and National Reform in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1848—1918. 2 vols. New York, 1950.

KRASINSKI, V. Panslavism and Germanism. London, 1848.

LAMBERT, M. Die deutsche Polenpolitik, 1772—1914. Berlin, 1920.

LISICKI, H. Le Marquis Wielopolski. 2 vols. Vienna, 1880.

MAY, A. J. The Hapsburg Monarchy 1867—1914. Cambridge, Mass., 1951.

MILLER, W. The Ottoman Empire and Its Successors, 1801—1936. New York, 1936.

MORISON, W. A. The Revolt of the Serbs Against the Turks, 1804-1813. New York, 1942.

NINCIC, M. La crise bosniaque 1908—1909 et les puissances européennes. 2 vols. Paris, 1937.

POPOVICI, A. Die Vereinigten Staaten von Gross-Österreich. Leipzig, 1906.

RADOSLAVOV, V. Bulgarien und die Weltkrise. Berlin, 1923.

ROBINSON, V. Albania’s Road to Freedom. New York, 1942.

ROSE, W. J. The Rise of Polish Democracy. London, 1944.

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Nationalism. New York, 1939.

SCHMITT, B. F. The Annexation of Bosnia. New York, 1937.

SETON-WATSON, R. W. Racial Problems in Hungary. London, 1908.

—-    The Rise of Nationalism in the Balkans. New York, 1918.

—-    The Southern Slav Question in the Habsburg Monarchy. London, 1911.

SOKOLNICKI, M. Les origines de l’émigration polonaise en France. Paris, 1931.

STAVRIANOS, L. S. Balkan Federation. Northampton, 1944.

STOJANOVIC, M. The Great Powers and the Balkans, 1875—1878. Cambridge, 1939.

STEED, H. W. The Habsburg Monarchy. New York, 1919.

SZAROTA, M. Die letzten Tage der Republik Krakau. Breslau, 1911.

TAYLOR, A. J. P. The Habsburg Monarchy, 1815—1948. New York, 1949.

TIMS, R. W. Germanizing Prussian Poland. New York, 1941.

VOJNOVICH, L. Dalmatia and the Yugoslav Movement. New York, 1913.

VOSHNJAK, B. A Bulwark Against Germany: The Slovenes. New York, 1919.

WEILL, G. L’Europe du XIXe siècle et l’idée de nationalité. Paris, 1938.

WUORINEN, J. H. Nationalism in Modern Finland. New York, 1931.

VI. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY: FROM WORLD WAR I

In contradistinction to the earlier periods, the recent developments in East Central Europe up to the present are discussed in numerous books published in Western languages and listed in various bibliographies. The comprehensive sections on Central Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Balkan Area in Foreign Affairs Bibliography 1919 -1932, by W. L. Langer and H. F. Armstrong (New York, 1933) and Foreign Affairs Bibliography 1932—1942, by R. G. Woolbert (New York, 1945), include publications in all languages. Therefore only a limited number of books which seem particularly useful have been selected here.

A. GENERAL PROBLEMS

BASCH, A. The Danubian Basin and the German Economic Sphere. New York, 1943.

GRAHAM, M. W. The New Governments of Central Europe. New York, 1924.

—-    The New Governments of Eastern Europe. New York, 1927.

KROFTA, K. Les nouveaux stats dans l’Europe centrale. Paris, 1930.

LHERITIER, M. L’Europe orientale à l’époque contemporaine. Paris, 1938.

MACARTNEY, C. A. National States and National Minorities. London, 1934.

MITRANY, D. The Effects of the War in South-Eastern Europe. New York, 1936.

NEWMAN, B. The New Europe. New York, 1943.

POSVOLSKI, L. Economic Nationalism of the Danubian States. New York, 1928.

SETON-WATSON, H. Eastern Europe Between the Wars: 1918—1941. Cambridge, 1945.

TEMPERLEY, H. W. W. (ed.) A History of the Peace Conference of Paris. 6 vols. London, 1921—1924.

WHEELER-BENNETT, J. W. The Forgotten Peace—Brest Litovsk 1918. New York, 1939.

B. THE BALTIC COUNTRIES

BILMANIS, A. The Baltic States and the Baltic Sea. Washington, D. C., 1943.

—-    Latvia and Her Baltic Neighbors. Washington, D. C., 1942.

—-    Latvia in the Making. Riga, 1928.

GRAHAM, M. W. The Diplomatic Recognition of the Border States. 3 vols. Berkeley, 1935 -1941.

HANNULA, J. 0. Finland’s War of Independence. London, 1939.

HARRISON, E. G. Lithuania, Past and Present. New York, 1922.

HEUMANN, C. Aspects juridiques de l’indépendance estonienne. Paris, 1938.

JACKSON, J. H. Finland. New York, 1940.

—-    Estonia. New York, 1941.

MONTFORT, H. DE. Les nouveaux Etats de la Baltique. Paris, 1933.

PICK, T. W. The Baltic Nations: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. London, 1945.

PUSTA, K. R. The Soviet Union and the Baltic States. New York, 1942.

REDDAWAY, W. F. Problems of the Baltic. London, 1940.

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. The Baltic States. London, 1938.

C. POLAND

BLOCISZEVSKI, 3. La restauration de la Pologne et la diplomatie européenne. Paris, 1927.

BREGMAN, A. La politique de la Pologne dans la Société des Nations. Paris, 1932.

BUELL, R. L. Poland: Key to Europe. New York, 1939.

BURKE, E. R. The Polish Policy of the Central Powers During the World War. Chicago, 1936.

DYBOSKI, R. Poland. London, 1933.

FISHER, H. H. America and the New Poland. New York, 1938.

MACHRAY, R. The Poland of Pilsudski. New York, 1936.

MODZELEWSKI, J. (ed.). La Pologne de 1919 à 1939. 3 vols. Neuchatel, 1945—1947.

PHILIPP, CH. Paderewski. New York, 1934.

PILSUDSKI, J. L’année 1920. Paris, 1929.

—-    Problèmes politiques de to Pologne contemporaine. 4 vols. Paris, 1931—1933.

ROSE, W. J. The Drama of Upper Silesia. London, 1936.

SCHMITT, B. E. (ed.). Poland. Berkeley, 1945.

ZWEIG, F. Poland Between Two Wars: A Critical Study of Economic and Social Changes. London, 1944.

D. UKRAINE

BORSCHAK, E. L’Ukraine à la Conférence de la Paix. Paris, 1938.

CHOULGINE, A. L’Ukraine contre Moscou. Paris, 1935.

MANNING, C. Twentieth Century Ukraine. New York, 1951.

K. AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY

ALMOND, N., and LUTZ, R. H. The Treaty of Saint-Germain. Stanford, 1935.

BALL, M. M. Postwar German-Austrian Relations: The Anschluss Movement, 1918—1936. Stanford, 1937.

DEAK, F. Hungary at the Paris Peace Conference. New York, 1942.

FUCHS, M. Showdown in Vienna: The Death of Austria. New York, 1939.

MACARTNEY, C. A. Hungary and Her Successors. New York, 1937.

SCHUSCHNIGG, K. My Austria. New York, 1938.

—-    Austrian Requiem. New York, 1947.

F. THE LITTLE ENTENTE COUNTRIES

BAERLEIN, H. The Birth of Yugoslavia. 2 vols. London, 1922.

BEARD, CH., and RADIN, G. The Balkan Pivot: Yugoslavia. New York, 1929.

BENES, B. My War Memoirs. Boston, 1928.

CAPEK, K. President Masaryk Tells His Story. New York, 1935.

CODRESCU, F. La Petite Entente. 2 vols. Paris, 1932.

CRANE, J. 0. The Little Entente. New York, 1931.

HAUMANT, E. La formation de la Yougoslavie. Paris, 1930.

KERNER, R. J. (ed.). Czechoslovakia: Twenty Years of Independence. Berkeley, 1940.

—-    Yugoslavia. Berkeley, 1949.

KYBAL, V. Les origines diplomatiques de l’État tchécoslovaque. Paris, 1929.

MASARYK, TH. G. The Making of a State. London, 1927.

MACHRAY, R. The Struggle for the Danube and the Little Entente 1929—1938, London, 1938.

MARKOVICH, L. La politique extérieure de la Yougoslavie. Paris, 1935.

ROUCEK, J. S. Contemporary Rumania and Her Problems. Hanford, 1932.

TEXTOR, L. E. Land Reform in Czechoslovakia. London, 1923.

G. THE BALKAN COUNTRIES

ABBOTT, C. F. Greece and the Allies 1914-1922. London, 1922.

ALASTOS, D. Venizelos. London, 1942.

ARMSTRONG, H. F. The New Balkans. New York, 1926.

GENEV, G. P. Bulgaria and the Treaty of Neuilly. Sofia, 1935.

GESHKOFF, T. I. Balkan Union. New York, 1940.

KERNER, R. F., and HOWARD, H. N. The Balkan Conferences and the Balkan Entente 1930 1935. Berkeley, 1936.

MILLER, W. The Balkans. London, 1923.

—-    Greece. New York, 1928.

POSVOLSKY, E. Bulgaria’s Economic Position. Washington, D.C., 1930.

ROUCEK, J. C. The Politics of the Balkans. New York, 1939.

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. South Eastern Europe. London, 1939.

STICKNEY, E. P. South Albania and North Epirus in European International Affairs 1912—1923. Stanford, 1926.

SWIRE, J. Albania: The Rise of a Kingdom. London, 1929.

—-    King Zog’s Albania. London, 1937.

H. WORLD WAR II AND AFTER

ANDERS, W. An Army in Exile. New York, 1950.

BOR-KOMOROWSKI, T. The Secret Army. London, 1950.

CIECHANOWSKI, J. Defeat in Victory. New York, 1946.

FOTICH, C. The War We Lost. New York, 1948.

FURLAN, B. Fighting Yugoslavia. New York, 1943.

GAFENCU, C. The Last Days of Europe. New York, 1948.

—-    Préliminaires de la guerre à l’Est. Paris, 1945.

GRANT, D. H. A German Protectorate. London, 1942.

GROSS, F. Crossroad of Two Continents: A Democratic Federation of East Central Europe. New York, 1945.

GYORGY, A. Governments of Danubian Europe. New York, 1949.

HANC, J. Tornado Across Eastern Europe. New York, 1942.

HODIA, M. Federation in Central Europe. New York, 1942.

KARSKI, J. The Story of a Secret State. New York, 1944.

KORBEL, J. Tito’s Communism. Denver, 1951.

LANE, A. B. I Saw Poland Betrayed. New York, 1948.

MAC EOIN, G. The Communist War on Religion. New York, 1951.

MARTIN, D. Ally Betrayal: The Uncensored Story of Tito and Mihailovich New York, 1946.

MIKOLAJCZYK, S. The Rape of Poland. New York, 1943.

NAGY, F. The Struggle Behind the Iron Curtain. New York, 1948.

NOEL, L. L’aggression allemande contre la Pologne. Paris, 1946.

SETON-WATSON, H. The Eastern European Revolution. New York, 1951.

WUORINEN, J. H. (ed.). Finland and World War II, 1939—1944. New York, 1948.


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