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Russia's road from peace to war: Soviet foreign relations, 1917-1941.

Author: Louis Fischer
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row [1969]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.View all editions and formats
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Fischer, Louis, 1896-1970.
Russia's road from peace to war.
New York, Harper & Row [1969]
(OCoLC)577923235
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Fischer
OCLC Number: 5301
Description: vi, 499 p. illus., ports. 25 cm.
Contents: A note to the reader --
Part 1: Forging a foreign policy. Peace or world revolution? --
Barren adventures against Soviet Russia --
Planning peace in Paris --
Bolshevism's biggest gamble --
The schizoid Kremlin --
East is trump in Moscow --
Chicherin and China --
Open diplomacy, secret designs --
Reichswehr or revolution? --
Rapallo --
The age of Stalin --
Exporting a revolution --
The "logic" of Locarno --
The balance of power --
The fall of Trotsky --
Trial and error --
Diplomacy amidst turmoil --
The rise of Hitler --
The new Russia --
The U.S.A. recognizes the U.S.S.R. --
Kirov, Gorky, and Stalin --
Prelude to the Pact --
Part 2: Hitler and Stalin. Down the escalator to war --
Moscow's hand in the Spanish Civil War --
Purges and foreign policy --
The origins of the Soviet-Nazi Pact --
The roads to the Pact --
The Pact --
Into the pit of empire --
Blood on the snow --
Part 3: Origins of the Soviet-German war. Genesis --
Dual disappointment --
"My dear Herr Stalin" --
Mr. Molotov goes to Berlin --
From defiance to compliance --
Hess flies to Scotland --
The future began on June 22,1941.

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