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New era in Eastern Europe?.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raymond, Jack, New era in Eastern Europe. [New York] Foreign Policy Association  (OCoLC) The book is a general history of Eastern Europe from the end of the Roman Empire to the aftermath of the Cold War.
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In the midst of the current statue toppling, this book records in over illustrations the government-planned buildings, cities, parks, and monuments from the Stalinist postwar period in Eastern Europe, providing a valuable record and analysis Cited by: New Era Europe.
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With Christmas and New Year tours to choose from lasting 3 days up to 22 days, you're sure to find that enchanting Eastern Europe Christmas tour you have always dreamt of/5(2).In the midst of the current statue toppling, this book records in over illustrations the government-planned buildings, cities, parks, and monuments from the Stalinist postwar period in Eastern Europe, providing a valuable record and analysis of the relation between architecture and the state in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and former East Germany.