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Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets: The Establishment of the Communist Regime in Hungary, 1944-1948

Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets: The Establishment of the Communist Regime in Hungary, 1944-1948
Borító: Fűzött
ISBN: 9780521747240
Nyelv: angol
Méret: 22.5
Oldalszám: 312
Megjelenés éve: 2009
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Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets: The Establishment of the Communist Regime in Hungary, 1944-1948

This is the first book in a Western language to describe in detail the establishment of a Communist regime in Hungary. Hungary was the last ally of Nazi Germany, and as such suffered dreadful destruction in the course of the fighting during the last year of the war. The war discredited the political and social elite and gave opportunity for a new beginning. Early optimism in democratic circles, however, quickly dissipated. With the help of the Soviet Army, the Communists, who had negligible indigenous support, in a short time managed to destroy any organized opposition.

Contents
1 Autumn 1944 11
2 Budapest 35
3 The armistice and its consequences 61
4 Politics in a new era 81
5 Land reform 107
6 Salami tactics 119
7 Postwar retribution and pogroms 141
8 The Catholic church 163
9 Methods of mass mobilization 179
10 Foreign relations 199
11 The case of the "Hungarian community" 217
12 Cinema 239
13 The end of the pluralist political order 259
14 Conclusions 289

Author:

Peter Kenez is Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is the author of A History of the Soviet Union from the Beginning to the End (1999); Varieties of Fear (1995); Cinema and Soviet Society (1992); The Birth of the Propaganda State (1985); Civil War in South Russia, 1918 (1971); and Civil War in South Russia, 1919-1920 (1976). He is the editor, with Abbott Gleason and Richard Stites, of Bolshevik Culture: Experiment and Order in the Russian Revolution (1989).




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