By Robert H. Burger
Describing nearly 1,000 books released among 1986 and overdue 1993, this paintings offers readers with a selective advisor to English-language courses just about japanese Europe. It covers normal reports of the world in addition to works at the person nations of Albania, Bulgaria, the previous Czechoslovakia, the previous German Democratic Republic (East Germany), Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the previous Yugoslavia. as well as bibliographic and descriptive info, the authors additionally comprise citations to e-book studies. A better half to their Russia and the previous Soviet Union (Libraries limitless, 1994), this quantity additionally specializes in the social sciences and the arts. As curiosity approximately this a part of the realm keeps to construct and English-language guides approximately it proliferate, Burger and Sullivan's consultant is a pertinent addition to educational and public library collections.
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Each annotation includes location symbols of libraries that hold the cited work. 6. , Biographical Dictionary of the Comintern; in collaboration with Milorad M. Drachkovitch. , and expanded. : Hoover Institution Press, 1986. iv, 532 p. ISBN: 0817984011. xxiixxiii). This expanded edition now includes 753 biographies and 435 pseudonyms. Two hundred twenty-nine biographies from the original edition have been corrected or additional information supplied to them. ), leaders of the international organizations and graduates of the four principal Comintern schools.
New York: Times Books, 1990. 163 p. ISBN: 0812918835. An explanation of Poland's revolution in 1989 by an Oxford sociologist. The work is presented in the form of a letter to a friend and gives a general discussion of the East European revolution of the late 1980s. 20 (October 15, 1990): 8485. Page 15 55. Conflict in Urban Development: A Comparison Between East and West Europe, Arie Dekker et al. : Ashgate, 1992. xi, 181 p. ISBN: 1857420403. Includes bibliographical references. This volume contains three pairs of case studies dealing with physical planning and the attendant problems under different political systems.
Vardy, Geza Grosschmid and Leslie S. Domonkos. New York: Columbia University Press, 1986. xvi, 534 p. East European Monographs, no. 194, ISBN: 0880330872. Bibliography (p. 493525). A collection of essays in various languages on one of Hungary's most beloved monarchs Louis the Great, marking the 600th anniversary of his death. The essays are grouped into five sections on the people and period, Louis the Great, Poland and the South Slavic Lands, art and culture of the time, portrayals of Louis the Great in literature and those discussing the decretum of 1351.
Eastern Europe, 1986-1993: A Bibliographic Guide to English Language Publications, 19861993 by Robert H. Burger