Communist Power in Europe, 1944-1949

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Index
Aaltonen, A., 134-5, 137, 141-2
Äikiä, A., 134, 137
Acheson, Dean, 194
Ackerman, Anton, 60, 72; on special German road to socialism, 64
Action Committees ( Czechoslovakia), 91
Action Party ( Italy), (P.d'A.), 168, 170, 174
Africa, 159
Agrarian Party ( Bulgaria), 213, 224
Agrarian Party ( Czechoslovakia), 225; dissolved, 229
Agrarian Party ( Finland), 136-7, 139, 141, 147
Agriculture, collectivisation in Poland, 48, 50; in Baltic States, 31, 33; in eastern Europe 1939-44, 9-12; in France, 157; in Poland, 44, 50; in Romania, 117, 121, 126-7; land reform in S.B.Z., 63
Albania, xiii, xvii, 184, 194-6, 226, 228
Alexandrescu, Anton, 117, 121-3
Algeria, 159
Allied Control Commission (A.C.C.), in Austria, xii-xiv; in Bulgaria, xii, 201, 204, 223; in Finland, xii, 133, 136-40, 142, 146; in Germany, xii-xiv, 59-60; in Hungary, xii, 99-100, 105, 108, 201, 204, 223; in Italy, xii; in Romania, xii, 114, 118-19, 201-3, 205-6, 209, 214, 223
Allum, P A., 182
Amendola, Giorgio, 170, 180, 182-3
American, British and French Mission to Greece (A.M.F.O.G.E.), 193
Ankara, 111
Antonescu, Ion, 111-13, 203
Antonescu, Mihai, 111-12; and peace negotiations, 111
Apostol, G., 113
Arciszewski, T., 40
Armaments Production: expansion in the Protectorate 1939-44, 14-15
Armed Forces ( Czechoslovakia), 74-5, 86-8, 90
Arrow Cross, 95-6, 102, 106
Aryanisation Laws, 9
Asia Minor, 184
Athens, 184, 191-2, 194, 207
Attlee, Clement, 223
Auriol, Vincent, 163-4
Auschwitz, 41
Austria, xii-xiv, xvii, 216, 228
Badoglio, Marshal Pietro, 168-70, 201-2
Bajcsy-Zsilinszky, Endre, 106
Balfour, John, 187
Balogh, S., 102-3, 108
Baltic States, x, 22-35, 210
Barankovics, 10, 101; flees abroad, 102-3
Bartzotas, V., 190
Bejan, Petre, 125
Belda, J., 85
Belgium, xiii
Benes, E., 73-7, 81, 89-90, 220, 226, 229
Berlin, 60-1; blockade, 52, 68, 166
Bessarabia, x, 111, 188
Bethlen-Peyer Pact, 96, 98
Bevin, Ernest, 214-15, 217
Bianchi, G., 182
Bidault, Georges, 162-3
Beirut, B., 43, 48-52
Billancourt, 164
Billoux, François, 157, 163
Bliss Lane, A., 45
Bloc of Democratic Parties ( Romania), (B.D.P.), 123
Blum, Léon, 163
Bodnaras, General, 113
Bodnarenco-Pintilie, General, 113
Böhm, Vilmos, 105, 107-8
Bolsheviks, 58
Bolz, Lothar, 69
Bonomi, Ivanoe, 174
Bonte, Florimond, 167
Borila, P., 113
Bortnikov, Colonel, 69
Bourgeois Democratic Party ( Hungary), (P.D.P.), 98-9
Brandenburg, 62, 66
Bratianu, C., 111, 114, 117, 122-3, 205, 208; sentenced, 123
Brezhnev Doctrine, 81
British Military Mission ( Greece), 186
Brittany, 158
Broszat, M., 6
Brusin, K., 138

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes on Contributors xix
  • List of Abbreviations xxi
  • Part One 1
  • 1- Economic Developments in Eastern Europe under German Hegemony 3
  • 2- The Baltic States 1940-50 22
  • Part Two 37
  • 3- Poland 39
  • 4- East Germany 58
  • 5- Czechoslovakia 73
  • 6- Hungary 95
  • 7- Romania 111
  • Part Three 131
  • 8- Finland 133
  • 9- France 151
  • 10- Italy 168
  • II- Greece 184
  • Part Four 199
  • 12- British Policy towards Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary 1944-1946 201
  • 13- Thirty Years after 220
  • Index 231
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