Eastern Europe in the Post-War World

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Index
Abakumov, 107
Abyssinia, 37,49
Adenauer, Chancellor, 218, 238, 239
Agrarian parties and reforms, 9-11, 18, 26, 84
Albania: population, 1; international position after First World War, 1-2; the Italian attack, 43; strategic value to Russia, 63, 91; antagonism to Tito, 202
Alexander, King of Yugoslavia, 21-2, 87
Alsace-Lorraine, 33
Anders, General, 72, 145
Apro, 174
Atlantic Charter, the, 61
Austria: population, 1; international position after First World War, 1-2; her tradition of independence, 3; agriculture and industry in the 30's, 8-11; cultural development, 11-13; the failure of democracy ( 1934), I9, 22-9; subjection to Germany, 35- 40; Communism between Wars, 46; neutralization ( 1955), 63; help for Hungary ( 1956), 181
AVO, 162,165,191
Baltic Pact, the, 6-7
Barak, Rudolf, 71n., 119
Barthou, J.-L., 37, 49
Bauer, 27
Beck, Col., 37, 38, 40, 43, 51
Bela Kun, 18, 45, 153-4
Beneš, Edward, 25, 43, 59, 74
Beran, Archbishop, 168
Beria, L., 96, 107
Berle, Dr A., 256n.
Berman, Jacob, 71n., 143, 147
Bessarabia, 51, 62
Bethlen, Count, 18-19
Bierut, Boleslaw, 124
Billingotn, J. H., 227n.
Bismarck, 41
Bled, Balkan alliance of, 108-9
Boris, King of Bulgaria201, 43
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of, 35, 40
Brussilov, Marshal, 64
Bucharest, Treaty of, 35
Bukovina, 51, 62
Bulganin, N., after Stalin's death, 96, 98; visit to India, 100; in Belgrade ( 1955), 107; in Warsaw after Posnan, 128; threats to the West, 187; in Czechoslovakia ( 1957), 214
Bulgaria: population, 1; international position after First Word War, 1-2; her tradition of independence, 3; the Balkan Pact, 6; agriculture and industry in the 30's, 10; susceptible to Russian influence, 13; the Orthodox Church, 14; the failure of democracy ( 1934), 19, 20-1; relations with Germany between wars, 4546; communization, 68; Sovietization, 76ff.; deStalinization, 120-1
Buzalka, Bishop, 119
Cankov, 45
Carol, King of Rumania, 21, 38
Cepička, Alexej, 119
Charles, Austro-Hungarian Emperor, 35
Chervenkov, Vulko, 121
Chetniks, 87
China: reaction to Hungarian rising, 205-7, 210-11 228, 229; the Sino- Polish declaration ( 1957), 207-9; interest in Europe, 209-11; increasing influence in Russia, 233-4
Choromandski, Bishop, 140
Chou En Lai, in Warsaw ( 1957), 136-7, 140, 207-8; views on Hungary, 201, 210, 211; on independent Communism, 228
Churches, influence of: Calvinist, 14; Greek Orthodox, 14-17; Protestant, 14-17; Roman Catholic 14-17, 139, 140-1, 151, 152; Uniate, 17n., persecution of, 76, 87

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