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978-1-56663-785-5 • Paperback • February 2009 • $19.90 • (£14.99)
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Michael Jabara Carley, a historian of relations between the West and Soviet Union, was until recently the director of the Aid to Scholarly Publications Program in Ottawa, Canada. His considerable writing in his field includes a great many historical articles and the book Revolution and Intervention. He lives in Vanier, Ontario.
A valuable contribution to the historiography on the immediate origins of the Second World War.
— Journal of Modern History
An exceptionally fine piece of work . . . fabulous!
— Geoffrey Roberts, author of The Soviet Union and the Origins of the Second World War
A well-documented book. . . . Carley has presented a strong case.
— Allen Blitstein; Journal of Military History
It is to Carley's credit that he reminds us why the 1930s remain such a fascinating decade in European history.
— Talbot Imlay; International History Review
Diligent and thorough.
— Adam Ulam; The Review of Higher Education
Carley has done what many would say is impossible. He has given us a new understanding of the coming of World War II in Europe.
— Lloyd C. Gardner, Rutgers University