2 edition of Yiddish in the Cold War found in the catalog.
Yiddish in the Cold War
|Series||Legenda studies in Yiddish -- 7, Studies in Yiddish -- 7.|
|Contributions||Modern Humanities Research Association.|
|LC Classifications||DS134.85 .E88 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||2009436620|
THE COLD WAR. A New History. By John Lewis Gaddis. pp. The Penguin Press. $ IN , as the Soviet Union was cracking up, one of Author: Michael Beschloss. The Cold War: A New History is meant chiefly, therefore, for a new generation of readers for whom the Cold War was never “current events.” I hope readers who lived through the Cold War will also find the volume useful, because as Marx once said (Groucho, not Karl), “Outside of a dog, a book .
Covering the volatile period from to , this book explores the personalities & motivations of the key people who directed Soviet political life & shaped foreign policy. Two of Russia's most accomplished Cold War historians have brought us a treasure trove of arresting new information, insights, & judgments that do much to change our understanding of the Soviet Union's motives. Changing Nature Involvement Background The United States' involvement in Vietnam began as an occupation strictly run by military advisors, but through.
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Yiddish in the Cold War tells an important story in the history of twentieth-century Yiddish. The book’s focus on the internal machinations of the editorial boards of Communist Yiddish periodicals, though, cuts short any broader observations about the Cold War per se One hopes that Estraikh’s new work will stimulate more research into Yiddish culture in the postwar Soviet : G.
Ėstraĭkh. Ideological confrontations between Communist Yiddish literati in the Soviet Union, United States, Canada, Poland, France and Israel are in the centre of Gennady Estraikh's pioneering study Yiddish in the Cold War.
This ground-breaking book recreates the intellectual environments of the Moscow literary journal Sovetish Heymland (the author was its managing editor in ), the Cited by: 2.
In May Aron Vergelis wrote to Nikita Khrushchev claiming that it was imperative to create a Soviet Yiddish forum for literature and propaganda. Vergelis remembered Vladimir Mayakosky's poetic lines that became the Soviet slogan 'Lenin lived, is alive and will live forever'.
Ideological confrontations between Communist Yiddish literati in the Soviet Union, United States, Canada, Poland, France and Israel are in the centre of Gennady Estraikh's pioneering study Yiddish in the Cold War. This ground-breaking book recreates the intellectual environments of the Moscow literary journal Sovetish Heymland (the author was Yiddish in the Cold War book managing editor in ), the New York.
Yiddish in the Cold War. [G Ėstraĭkh; Modern Humanities Research Association.] -- "Yiddish-speaking groups of Communists played a visible role in many countries, most notably in the Soviet Union, United States, Poland, France, Canada, Argentina and Uruguay.
Kiddish Yiddish. Cull, Nicholas J.: The Cold War and the United States Information Agency: American Propaganda and Public Diplomacy, Not Your Fathers War: In the Service of the Cold War.
Under the red banner; Yiddish culture in the communist countries in the postwar era. a concise, fascinating, and highly readable account of the role and fate of Yiddish during the Cold War ' -- Jewish Book World Jewish Book World This meticulously researched book is the first comprehensive English-language study of Yiddish in the Communist world after the murder of Soviet Yiddish writers on 12 August 7 although Yiddishism was something of a dirty word among Communists who condemned too much attention to Yiddish as a In various countries such as argentina.
Cold War (Alexander King Book 2) by Bradley Wright Kindle $ $ 5. This title will be released on J Abandoned Cold War Places: Nuclear Bunkers, Submarine Bases, Missile Silos, Airfields and Listening Posts from the World's Most Secretive Conflict.
by Robert Grenville. As such, it has to be a landmark in Cold War Noir. It was filmed a couple of years later with James Mason as Smiley, renamed Dobbs. I don’t think John le Carré cares much for the film, but it, like the book, has a stark simplicity, showing a cold war growing inevitably out of blurred margins of the hot one.
It’s one of my favourite films. Top 10 books about the cold war The long, nuclear-armed standoff that followed the second world war was a terrifying parody of peace – which inspired some brilliant literature Francesca Kay. A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.
"We Jews were scared. our protectors had disappeared": Jewish Life in Post-Cold War Germany Watch now. The ABC Book of the Cold War A America; Capitalist society and wanted to stop global spread of communism. B Berlin airlift; The U.S. and Britain stated it to help the striving countries in western Europe.
s Yiddish Booklets about Women. We see a lot of multi-part books at the Yiddish Book Center—bound collections of individual stories, plays, radical tracts, or popular knowledge pamphlets—but this is a first. John Lewis Gaddis is the Robert A.
Lovett Professor of History of Yale University. He is the author of numerous books, including On Grand Strategy, The United States and the Origins of the Cold War, (); Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of Postwar American National Security (); The Long Peace: Inquiries into the History of the Cold War (); We Now Know /5(37).
"A Colder War" is an alternate history novelette by Charles Stross written c. and originally published in The story fuses the Cold War and the Cthulhu Mythos. The story is set in the early s and explores the consequences of the Pabodie expedition in H.
Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness. Although the story has similarity to the later Stross novel The Atrocity Archives Author: Charles Stross. The Cold War is the term used to define the period between the end of World War II in and the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union and its satellite states in The protatgonists in the Cold War were the West, led by the United States, and the eastern bloc, led by the Soviet Union.
"Yiddish-speaking groups of Communists played a visible role in many countries, most notably in the Soviet Union, United States, Poland, France, Canada, Argentina and Uruguay. The sacrificial role of the Red Army, and the Soviet Union as a whole.
The Colder War is a new book by Marin Katusa—head of the energy division of investment advisory service Casey Research—and it's remarkable. I started it on a Sunday afternoon a few months back Author: John Mauldin. An important book by two members of a new generation of Russian historians.
Using newly (but somewhat arbitrarily) declassified files, they have set out to explore the ``background, psychology, motives, and behavior of Soviet rulers'' from Stalin to Khrushchev. Zubok (Senior Fellow/National Security Archive, Washington) and Pleshakov (Director, Pacific Studies/Institute of US and Canada.The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction ‘McMahon has produced a commanding short narrative of a vital period in recent world history.
Clear, concise, and compelling, The Cold War is a superb primer on the subject.’ Fredrik Logevall, University of California, Santa Barbara. Yale history professor John Lewis Gaddis is America's foremost historian of the Cold War. Since the publication of "The United States and the Origins of the Cold War" inhe has written a half dozen more books on the subject, each time finding a new perspective on the superpower standoff that took place between and /5(5).