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Why They Behave Like Russians by John Fischer,1947

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Hardcover

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1947

Category:

History

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Why They Behave Like Russians by John Fischer,1947 A discussion of the historic, economic and political events that shaped Russian society and leaders and set the stage for the Cold War. An informed and objective report on Soviet behavior. An effort to explain the motives and probable future course of a country and a people. Author estimates how the Soviet system is likely to behave under the pressure of a new and still unstable balance of power. "This book is the outgrowth of a study of Russian history and power relationships which has begun at Oxford in 1933." Written in the immediate post-WWII period, this book examines the historic, economic and political pressures from the prewar years and the Nazi invasion which shaped the Soviet mentality and "molded the Soviet habits of thought and action into a clearly defined pattern." Fischer began studying Russian history and power relationships in Oxford in 1933 and continued as a reporter, civil servant, assistant editor of Harperโ€™s Magazine, and wartime official of the Board of Economic Warfare where he examined hundreds of intelligence reports on Russian political and economic developments. Tight binding, clean pages, no dustjacket. NOT an ex-library. Harper Brothers, New York, NY, 1947. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good. 5.75 x 8.50. 262 pp. When you make your purchase with me, you can expect top notch customer care, quality packaging and shipping, email notifications and much more! Great Prices Great Service = Great Transaction! Hassle Free, Worry Free!
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