6 edition of Divided Berlin: the anatomy of Soviet political blackmail. found in the catalog.
|Series||Books that matter, Praeger publications in Russian history and world communism -- no. 97|
|LC Classifications||DD881 .S65 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||61017509|
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Reproduced by The RAND Corporation under the title The Soviet Threat to Berlin, the study served as the basis of a lecture I gave at the Princeton University Conference on "Germany: Problems and Prospects," on Ma The text was revised and expanded in June and July,resulting in the present version.
Divided Berlin: the anatomy of Soviet political blackmail. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) Online version: Speier, Hans.
Divided Berlin: the anatomy of Soviet political blackmail. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hans Speier. Speier: Divided Berlin: the Anatomy of Soviet Political Blackmail Published by U.S.
Naval War College Digital Commons, Author: Hans Speier. Get this from a library. Divided Berlin: the anatomy of Soviet political blackmail. [Hans Speier]. A political history of postwar Berlin, called "Divided Berlin -- The Anatomy of Soviet Political Blackmail," is planned for Oct.
27 publication by Praeger. Discussions and Reviews: Lessons from Berlin: a review: Willy Brandt, The Ordeal of Coexistence Hans Speier, Divided Berlin: The Anatomy of Soviet Political Blackmail Jean Edward Smith, The Defense of Berlin.
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Formerly divided into East Berlin ( sq mi/ sq km) and West Berlin ( sq mi/ sq km), the city was reunified along with East and West Germany on Oct. 3, Economy Due in part to aid from the United States and other Allied powers, West Berlin's recovery after World War II.
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This latest book takes place in post-war Berlin where the American and Russian occupiers are waging the opening skirmishes of the Cold War. Downing captures the scary beginnings of Soviet oppression in the Russian sector and the always present scent of corruption and vice that swirls around Berlin's American Zone occupiers/5.
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