Censorship of Historical Thought: A World Guide, 1945-2000

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Person Index
Abboud, Ibrahim, 445
Abduh, Ibrahim, 193
Abellán, José Luis, 442
Abeyasekere, Susan, 285
Aboulkacem, Khaled, 42
Abraham, David, 583–84
Abraham, Donald, 621
Abraham, religious figure, 192
Abramzon, Saul, 530
Abubakar, Lukman, 367
Abuladze, Tengiz, 529
Abusch, Alexander, 213, 225
Abu-Zeid, Nasr, 196–97
Achaari, Mohamed, 354
Acheampong, Ignatius, 241
Acheson, Dean, 564
Achterknecht, Erwin, 213
Acosta Saignes, Miguel, 598
Adamayom, Adimado, 461
Adamiyat, Fereidun, 292
Adamovich, Grigori, 479
Adur, Claudio César, 46
Afanasiev, Yuri, 519, 521
Aflaq, Michel, 453
Aguilar y Calvo, Juan María, 439
Ahidjo, Ahmadou, 89–90
Ahmed, Abdallah Mohamed, 446
Ahmed, Eqbal, 579
Ahmed, Ghyasuddin, 371
Ahn Byung-ryong, 329–30
Aidit, Dipa Nusantara, 280
Ajayi, Jacob, 366
Ajnenkiel, Andrzej, 382, 392
Akhmatova, Anna, 480, 489
al-Alami, Maher, 304
Albert, Andrzej, 398
Albertini, Rudolf von, 449
Albright, Madeleine, 150
Albuquerque, José Augusto Guilhon de, 77
Alcântara Figueira, Pedro de, 74
Aldanov, Mark, 479
Aldington, Lord, 553
Aleksandrov, Georgy, 485
Aleksić, Žarko, 612
Alemàn Lacayo, Arnoldo, 365
Alessio, Alberto, 604
Alexander, Neville, 431
Alexander, Paul, 213
Alexander Simons, Ray, 432–33
Alexander the Great, 245
Alexandrov, Todor, 339
Alexeyeva, Ludmilla, 504
Alföldi, Andràs, 258
al-Ali, Salih, 298
Aliyev, Heidar, 57
Aliyev, Movsum, 57
Allason, Rupert, 551
Allen, Jim, 53
Allende, Salvador, 48, 76, 92

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction 1
  • A 39
  • B 59
  • C 88
  • D 188
  • E 191
  • F 202
  • G 212
  • H 254
  • I 269
  • J 310
  • K 321
  • L 335
  • M 339
  • N 358
  • P 370
  • Q 409
  • R 410
  • S 424
  • T 456
  • U 476
  • V 598
  • Y 604
  • Z 620
  • Person Index 627
  • Subject Index 665
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