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Eastern Europe Since 1945


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Eastern Europe Since 1945

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The Soviet Union/Russia

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Other Central and Eastern European Countries

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1989: What Happened and Why?

  • WEB Steven W. Sowards: Twenty-Five Lectures on Modern Balkan History [At MSU]
    In depth coverage of Balkan history from 1804 until today. Topic 13 examines modern conflicts after Tito and in re: 1989.
  • Gerhard Rempel: Revolution in Eastern Europe: 1989 [At Internet Archive, from estern New England College]
    Extended lecture notes.
  • The Phillipines and People Power.
    The incident which showed the people could bring down a government
  • Tiananmen Square and State Force
    The incident which showed the state could suppress a rebellion.
  • Economic Liberalization in Hungary
  • Polish Problems
  • The Crisis in East Germany
  • The US Embassy in Prague
  • Mass Movements in East Germany
  • Krenz and The Decision on Force
  • Czechoslovakia and "Velvet Revolution"
  • Bulgaria - any real change?
  • Romania

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After 1989

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NOTES: Dates of accession of material added since July 1998 can be seen in the New Additions page.. The date of inception was 9/22/1997. Links to files at other site are indicated by [At some indication of the site name or location]. Locally available texts are marked by [At this Site]. WEB indicates a link to one of small number of high quality web sites which provide either more texts or an especially valuable overview.