Academia in Upheaval: Origins, Transfers, and Transformations of the Communist Academic Regime in Russia and East Central Europe

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Name Index
Akulov, N. S., 127, 129
Aleksandrov, Aleksandr, 124, 125, 131
Aleksandrov, A. M., 161
Aleksandrov, Anatolii, 116
Aleksinskii, M. A., 95
Alexits, György, 205
Alferov, Zhores, 234, 235
Alfimov, Mikhail, 238
Alikhanian, A. I., 116
Alikhanov, A. I., 116
Arkadev, 122
Ashby, Eric, 215
Astratian, E. A., 115
Azrael, Jeremy, 258
Balzer, Harley, D., 19
Bareš, Gustav, 152
Bauer, Raymond A., 66
Belov, Grigorii, 189
Ben-David, Joseph, 304
Beriia, Lavrentii, 116, 129, 130
Berman, Jakub, 149-156 passim
Bernal, J. D., 12
Beznák, Aladár, 213
Blokhintsev, Dmitri, 128
Bogatikov, Oleg A., 293
Bogoslovskii, M. M., 64
Bohr, Niels, 107, 109, 116, 125, 129, 131
Borisiak, Aleksei A., 47
Borodin, Ivan Parfenevich, 43, 50
Bronshtein, Matvei, 112, 127
Bubnov, Andrei Sergeevich, 80, 83, 86, 87, 95
Bukharin, Nikolai I., 52, 55, 56, 63
Bulgar, Vladimir, 240
Buytendijk, 212
Chanbarisov, Sh. Kh., 85
Chekanova, G. P., 150, 151
Chernigovskii, V. N., 155
Chernomyrdin, Viktor, 236, 246, 247
Clark, Katerina, 92
Crick, Francis Harry Compton, 117
Cyrankiewicz, Józef, 149
Dale, Henry, 211
Deborin, A. M., 55, 56, 63, 120
Dembowski, Jan, 157, 193-194

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