Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain: The Cold War and East-Central Europe, 1945-1989
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Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain: The Cold War and East-Central Europe, 1945-1989

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Mark Kramer
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Introduction By Mark Kramer and Vit Smetana Part 1. Central Europe and the Onset of the Iron Curtain Chapter 1. Stalin, Soviet Policy, and the Establishment of a Communist Bloc in Eastern Europe, 1941-1949 By Mark Kramer Chapter 2. The United States and Eastern Europe, 1943-1948 By Michael F. Hopkins Chapter 3. Concessions or Conviction? Czechoslovakia's Road to the Cold War and the Soviet Bloc By Vit Smetana Chapter 4. Hungary's Role in the Soviet Bloc, 1945-1956 By Laszlo Borhi Chapter 5. Stalin, the Split with Yugoslavia, and Soviet-East European Efforts to Reassert Control, 1948-1953 By Mark Kramer Chapter 6. Austria, Germany, and the Cold War, 1945-1955 By Rolf Steininger Chapter 7. Neutrality for Germany or Stabilizing the Eastern Bloc? New Evidence on the Decision-Making Process of the Stalin Note By Peter Ruggenthaler Part 2. The German Question and Intra-Bloc Politics in the Post-Stalin Era Chapter 8. The Berlin Wall: Looking Back on the History of the Wall Twenty Years after Its Fall By Hope M. Harrison Chapter 9. The German Problem and Security in Europe: Hindrance or Catalyst on the Path to 1989-1990? By Oliver Bange Chapter 10. Germany and East-Central Europe, 1945-1990: The View from London By Anne Deighton Chapter 11. The German Question as Seen from Paris By Georges-Henri Soutou Chapter 12. Cold War, Detente and the Soviet Bloc: The Evolution of Intra-bloc Foreign Policy Coordination, 1953-1975 By Csaba Bekes Part 3. The Role of East-Central Europe in Ending the Cold War Chapter 13. Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and the Revolutions of 1989: U.S. Myths versus the Primary Sources By Thomas Blanton Chapter 14. Moscow and Eastern Europe 1988-1989: A Policy of Optimism and Caution By Alex Pravda Chapter 15. The Opening of the Wall, Eastern Europe, and Gorbachev's Vision of Europe after the Cold War By Svetlana Savranskaya Chapter 16. Pulling the Rug: East-Central Europe and the Implosion of East Germany By Bernd Schaefer Chapter 17. The Demise of the Soviet Bloc By Mark Kramer Part 4. Long-Term Perspectives on the Cold War and Its End Chapter 18. Nuclear Weapons and the Cold War in Europe By David Holloway Chapter 19. Why Did the Cold War Last So Long? By Mark Kramer Chapter 20. The End of the Cold War as a Non-Linear Confluence By Richard Ned Lebow Chapter 21. Conspicuous Connections: 1968 and 1989 By Oldrich Tuma Chapter 22. 1989 in Historical Perspectives: The Problem of Legitimation By Silvio Pons Chapter 23. The End of the Cold War and the Transformation of Cold War History: A Tale of Two Conferences, 1988-1989 By James G. Hershberg
Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain, edited by Mark Kramer and Vit Smetana, consists of cutting-edge essays by distinguished experts who discuss the Cold War in Europe from beginning to end, with a particular focus on the countries that were behind the iron curtain.