2 edition of chronology and the geography of the repression in communist Romania found in the catalog.
chronology and the geography of the repression in communist Romania
|Other titles||Census of the concentration camp population 1945-1989|
|Series||Hour of history -- 1|
|LC Classifications||HV8964.R7 R87 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||2008446999|
The irony was not lost on the writers, many of whom shared painful memories of life under Romania’s communist regime, a year slog marked by . Political scientist Vladimir Tismaneanu – in his new book, “The Devil in History: Communism, Fascism and Some Lessons of the 20th Century” (University of California Press, ) – reflects on his experiences with communist totalitarianism to explore the movement’s political passions, radicalism and utopian ideals, as well as its consequences in the 20th century’s experiments in.
Using a source-based approach, The Communist Experience in the Twentieth Century is the first text designed to help students, general readers, and scholars understand how people constructed Communist ways of life around the world. Taking a global approach, it extends beyond Russia and Eastern Europe to examine the lives of people in China, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, . About this book Introduction With its focus on Romania's progress in coming to terms with the legacy of its communist past, the realities of pluralism, the introduction of a market economy and the challenge of European integration, the volume will be key reading for academics, students and practitioners interested in transition and Romania. Book Description. This book explores the role of coercion in the relationship between the citizens and regimes of communist Eastern Europe. Looking in detail at Soviet collectivisation in , the Hungarian Uprising of and the Polish Solidarity Movement of , it shows how the system excluded channels to enable popular grievances to be translated into collective .
Romania during Ceausescu’s Dictatorship. What made thousands of Romanians risk their lives in in their fight against the communist regime? In order to understand this, a short presentation of the life in Romania in the period preceding the Revolution is necessary. Political freedom was not allowed in Romania during the communist regime. Twenty-five years ago, communism, the political system dominant in Eastern Europe, collapsed. Two years later, in , the Soviet Union was dissolved. The People’s Republic of China remained the sole communist power, but throughout the s its anti-capitalist party line was watered down through the introduction of market-oriented reforms. The anti-communist armed resistance that occurred as a disparate and heterogeneous movement in Romania from until became a highly politicized topic after Author: Monica Ciobanu.
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