Stalinism Revisited: The Establishment of Communist Regimes in East-Central Europe

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Index
Academy of Sciences, 256, 259
Soviet/Russia, 121, 257-258, 262, 286
Prussian, 257
ABF (worker-peasant faculties – in Germany), 190
Afghanistan, 137-139,
Albania, 51, 66, 70-71, 76, 82-83, 89, 91-92, 114, 144, 156, 222, 393
Albanian Communist Party, 36
Allied Control Commission
in Bulgaria, 288
in Hungary, 248, 250
in România, 111
ALRUS (The Românian Association for Strengthening the Relationship with the USSR), 266
Anders, Wladysław, 202, 212
anti-fascism, 32-33, 108, 111, 115, 165, 171, 177, 187-188, 196, 220, 281, 283, 289, 395-399
anti-fascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ), 394
anti-Semitism, 5, 29, 39-41, 43, 362
Antonescu, Ion, 115, 263-264, 273
Antonescu, Mihai, 266
Apostol, Gheorghe, 408, 415
April Plenum (Bulgaria), 284, 302
Apuseni Mountains, 317, 322-323
Arendt, Hannah, 30, 166, 235, 289, 298
Arghezi, Tudor, 273, 370
Armia Krajowa (Home Army), 6364, 212-215, 217, 226-227
Arnăuţoiu, Toma, 329-330
Arsenescu, Gheorghe, 329-330
Arrow Cross Party, 145-146
Austria, 118, 131, 175, 399, 415
Bahro, Rudolf, 183
Balkans, 35, 57, 82-83, 99, 207, 302
Balkan federation, 393-394
Balmuş, Constantin, 272
Baltic states, 56, 60, 196, 203, 246, 337-341
Banac, Ivo, 35
Banat, 96, 317, 325-326
Barbarossa (operation), 57
Bare Island (Goli otok), 392
Bârlădeanu, Alexandru, 273
Becher, Johannes R., 184
Behrens, Fritz, 181, 184
Belgium, 188, 199
Belorussia, 54, 76, 207
Bence, György, 236-237
Bender, Peter, 164
Beneš, Edvard, 347-348, 353-354, 357-359
Beniuc, Mihai, 45
Berend, Iván T., 243
Berza, Mihai, 275, 278
Beria, Lavrentii, 90, 100, 181
Berlin Wall, 41, 168, 179,
Berman, Jakub, 46-47

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