Conquest by Terror: The Story of Satellite Europe

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INDEX
Absenteeism, 137-138, 265
Agriculture, 109-130
Air bases, 31
Alcott, Louisa May, 240
Alexandrov Chorus, 237, 243
Aluminum, 154
Antanasov, General, 20
Anti-Communists, in satellite nations, 258-261
Arlen, Michael, 240
Armed forces
internal, in satellite nations, 44-45
of Eastern Europe
advantages over NA.T.O.
Army, 36
captured by Soviets, 20
citizens now in, 71-74
deserters, 24
integration of, 22
mobilization of, 14-42
sovietization of, 22-35
strength of, 15-18
of Western Europe
co-ordination of, 25
Eisenhower quoted on, 14-15
inadequacy of, 11
Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 262
Army of Western Europe, see Armed forces
Association for Soviet Friendship, 235
Atomic bomb, 11, 252-253
Balint Boda, 287
Ballet, 243
Baloons, leaflets distributed by, 287- 289
Balmus, Professor C., 235
Balogh, Father Istvan, 6, 188-189
Bata, "Lt. Field Marshal," 20, 23
Bennett, Arnold, 240
Beran, Dr. Joseph, 195
Beresztoczy, Miklos, 188, 189, 190
Berling, General Zygmunt, 20
Bodnaras, Colonel General Emil, 19, 20
Bonuses, 101
Books, 240, 244
Boris, Bishop, 200
Borisov, Colonel, 49
Boy Scouts, 207
British Broadcasting Company, 85, 282
Broz, Josip, see Tito, Marshal
Budenny, Marshal, 21
Bureaucracy, 160-167
Cach, V., 244
Carmical, J. H., 254
Carsky, Bishop Josef, 195
Catholicism, 182-199, 202
Chabada, Jan, 201
Charvat, Dr. J. F., 156-158
Chemicals, production of, 154
China, Red, 257-258
Choromanski, Bishop, 198, 199
Churches
conquest of the, 182-203, 267-268
nationalized, 202-203
Citizens, registration of, 92
Citizens' militia, 46
Civilian reserves, 65-67
Civilians, satellite, training for war, 56-74
Coal, 151, 249, 264
Coffins, production of, 103
Cold war, 274-289
"Comecon," 150
Committee for Free Europe, 285
Compulsory labor, 168-181
Courier, Coast Guard cutter, 283- 284
Courts, Communist, 81-84

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