Autor: Stephen (Reader in Modern European History at King's College London) Lovell
ISBN-13: 9780199238484
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 168
Gewicht: 162 g
Format: 173x115x13 mm
Sprache: Englisch
The Soviet Union: A Very Short Introduction blends political history with an investigation into the society and culture at the time. Stephen Lovell examines aspects of patriotism, political violence, poverty, and ideology; and provides answers to some of the big questions about the Soviet experience.
The Soviet Union: A Very Short Introduction blends political history with an investigation into the society and culture at the time. Stephen Lovell examines aspects of patriotism, political violence, poverty, and ideology; and provides answers to some of the big questions about the Soviet experience.
1. Future and past ; 2. Coercion and participation ; 3. Poverty and wealth ; 4. Elite and masses ; 5. Patriotism and multinationalism ; 6. West and East ; Conclusion
Almost twenty years after the Soviet Unions' end, what are we to make of its existence? Was it a heroic experiment, an unmitigated disaster, or a viable if flawed response to the modern world?Taking a fresh approach to the study of the Soviet Union, this Very Short Introduction blends political history with an investigation into the society and culture at the time. Stephen Lovell examines aspects of patriotism, political violence, poverty, and ideology; and provides answers to some of the big questions about the Soviet experience.
Autor: Stephen (Reader in Modern European History at King's College London) Lovell
Stephen Lovell is a Reader in Modern European History at King's College London. He is the author of the prize-winning Summerfolk: A History of the Dacha, 1710-2000 , and has written widely on Russian social and cultural history.

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Autor: Stephen (Reader in Modern European History at King’s College London) Lovell
ISBN-13 :: 9780199238484
ISBN: 0199238480
Erscheinungsjahr: 23.07.2009
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Gewicht: 162g
Seiten: 168
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 173x115x13 mm, 15 b&w halftones