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A History of Sweden (1956)
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Published Reviews
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    Northern Europe (Review)
    A History of Sweden, by Ingvar Andersson
    1. A History of Sweden by Ingvar Andersson
    The American Historical Review, January 1957, pp. 456-457
  2. [+]
    Western Europe and the Atlantic Community (9 Reviews)
    Eclipse, by Alan Moorehead
    1. Eclipse by Alan Moorehead
    2. Finland by W.R. Mead
    3. From Prague After Munich by George F. Kennan
    4. A History of Modern Italy by Shepard B. Clough and Salvatore Saladino
    5. A History of Sweden by Ingvar Andersson
    6. The Making of British Foreign Policy by David Vital
    7. The Organization of British Central Government, 1914-1964 by F.M.G. Willson and D.N. Chester
    8. Rome by Maurice Andrieux
    9. Soft Underbelly by Trumbull Higgins
    Orbis, Fall 1968, pp. 921-922
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. The Terms of Trade: A European Case Study by Charles P. Kindleberger
    2. The European Coal and Steel Community by Henry Lloyd Mason
    3. Nationalization in France and Italy by Mario Einaudi, Maurice Bye, and Ernesto Rossi
    4. Modern France: An Introduction to French Civilization by Frederick Charles Roe
    5. The Norwegians by David Rodnick
    6. A History of Sweden by Ingvar Andersson
    7. Sweden: The Welfare State by Wilfrid Fleisher
    8. The East German Rising by Stefan Brant
    9. The Colossus Again by Alfred Grosser
    10. Return to Power by Alistair Horne
    11. German Democracy at Work by James K. Pollock, Henry L. Bretton, and Frank Grace, ...
    12. Italian Foreign Policy Under Mussolini by Luigi Villari
    13. Mussolini: Twilight and Fall by Roman Dombrowski
    Foreign Affairs, July 1956, pp. 679-680