Russia in the age of wars, 1914-1945

AUTORE: Autori Vari

EDITORE: Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore


COLLANA: Annali della Fondazione Feltrinelli




Silvio Pons, Andrea Romano, Introduction
Mark von Hagen, War and the Transformation of Loyalties and Identities in the Russian Empire, 1914-18
Peter Gatrell, Domestic and International Dimensions of Population Displacement in Russia, 1914-18
Antonella Salomoni, 'War Communism?: a Reassessment
Robert Service, Bolshevism?s Europe from Lenin to Stalin, 1914-28
Anna Di Biagio, Moscow, the Comintern and the War Scare, 1926-28
Andrea Romano, Permanent War Scare: Mobilisation, Militarisation and the Peasant War
Sabine Dullin, Litvinov and the People?s Commissariat of Foreign Affairs: the Fate of an Administration under Stalin,
Geoffrey Roberts, The Fascist War Threat and Soviet Politics in the 1930s
Oleg Khlevniuk, The Reasons for the 'Great Terror?: the Foreign-Political Aspec
Steven J. Main, The Red Army and the Future War in Europe, 1925-40

Lennart Samuelson, Wartime Perspectives and Economic Planning. Tukhachevsky and the Military-Industrial Complex, 1925-37
Vladimir Pozniakov, The Enemy at the Gates: Soviet Military Intelligence in the Inter-war Period and its Forecasts of Future War, 1921-41
Gabriel Gorodetsky, Geopolitical Factors in Stalin?s Strategy and Politics in the Wake of the Outbreak of World War II
Vladimir Nevezhin, Soviet War Propaganda, from Anti-imperialism to Anti-fascism: Shifts and Contradictions
John Barber, War, Public Opinion and the Struggle for Survival, 1941-45: The Case of Leningrad
Silvio Pons, In the Aftermath of the Age of Wars: the Impact of World War II on Soviet Security Policy