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Examines Eastern Europe's political and military problems in the face of Nazi aggression from an Eastern European perspective.
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'[This] is a decidedly useful book. Its author is blessed with extensive knowledge of a wide range of countries, large and small, and of the complex inter-relationship between them...In short, it fills an evident gap very successfully.' - Robin Prior and Trevor Wilson, Journal of Contemporary History
'...packs an admirable punch.' - Kelly McFall, The Historian
'A useful book that fills a gap and offers a valuable fresh perspective on the origins of the war in a one volume survey on Eastern Europe.' - Patrick Finney, University of Wales, Lampeter
'This book is extremely welcome and a detailed regional treatment of this sort is long overdue.' - Martin Thomas, University of the West of England
'...wonderful to see this aspect of 1930-41 covered so well.' - Dr. O.A. Hartley, University of Leeds
Anita J. Prazmowska is Senior Lecturer in History in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics.
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