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David J. Dallin • 37 Items / 18 Articles, 12 Books, 7 Reviews
Soviet Russia and the Far East (1948)
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Published Reviews
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    Far Eastern History (Review)
    Soviet Russia and the Far East, by David J. Dallin
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    The American Historical Review, April 1949, p. 607
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    Book Reviews and Notices (Review)
    Soviet Russia and the Far East, by David J. Dallin
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    American Political Science Review, June 1949, p. 598
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    Soviet Sport (Review)
    Soviet Russia and the Far East, by David J. Dallin
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    The Anglo-Soviet Journal, Autumn 1950, pp. 61-62
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    The Screen: Never Underestimate the Power (Review)
    Soviet Russia and the Far East, by David J. Dallin
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    Commonweal, November 26, 1948, p. 179
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    Why Russia Looks Eastward (Review)
    Soviet Russia and the Far East, by David J. Dallin
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    The Saturday Review, November 27, 1948, p. 13
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    The Check List (3 Reviews)
    History
    1. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    2. The Miracle of France by Andre Maurois
    3. The German Generals Talk by Basil H. Liddell Hart
    The American Mercury, January 1949, p. 117
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    The Far East
    1. The White Man's Peace by No-yong Park
    2. Rise of the New Asia by Darshan S. Sangha
    3. There Is Another China by Chang Poling
    4. Changing China by Harrison Forman
    5. New Paths for Japan by Harold Wakefield
    6. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    Foreign Affairs, April 1949, p. 518
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    Briefly Noted (18 Reviews)
    General
    1. George Washington: A Biography, Vol. I by Douglas Southall Freeman
    2. George Washington: A Biography, Vol. II by Douglas Southall Freeman
    3. The Legacy of Sacco and Vanzetti by G. Louis Joughin and Edmund M. Morgan
    4. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    5. Black Odyssey by Roi Ottley
    6. The Reign of Queen Victoria by Hector Bolitho
    7. The Miracle of France by Andre Maurois
    8. The City and the Cathedral by Robert Gordon Anderson
    9. The Fall of Mussolini by Benito Mussolini and Max Ascoli
    10. Five Poems, 1470-1870 by E.M.W. Tillyard
    11. American Sea Songs and Chanteys by Frank Shay
    12. Portrait of G.B.S..~George Bernard Shaw by Feliks Topolski
    13. Handbook of Antique Chairs by Carl W. Drepperd
    14. The Drawings of Antonio Canaletto in the Collection of His Majesty the King at Windsor Castle by K.T. Parker and Antonio Canaletto
    15. Aesthetics and History in the Visual Arts by Bernard Berenson
    16. Asiatic Art by H.F.E. Visser
    17. The Hunter's Encyclopedia by Raymond R. Camp
    18. Steelhead by Claude M. Kreider
    The New Yorker, November 6, 1948, pp. 120-126
  9. SR/University Press Issue
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    The Far East (19 Reviews)
    Our Asian Destiny
    1. The Struggle for Indochina, 1940-1955 by Ellen J. Hammer
    2. The United States and Japan by Edwin O. Reischauer
    3. The United States and China by John K. Fairbank
    4. The United States and India and Pakistan by W. Norman Brown
    5. Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao by Benjamin I. Schwartz
    6. Moscow and Chinese Communists by Robert C. North
    7. The Red Flag in Japan by A. Rodger Swearingen and Paul Langer
    8. Soviet Policy in the Far East, 1944-1951 by Max Beloff
    9. Soviet Russia and the Far East by David J. Dallin
    10. The Progress of Underdeveloped Areas by Bert F. Hoselitz
    11. Southeast Asia in the Coming World by Philip Warren Thayer
    12. The Future of Underdeveloped Countries by Eugene Staley
    13. Americans and Chinese: Passages to Differences by Francis L.K. Hsu
    14. In the Minds of Men by Gardner Murphy
    15. The Chrysanthemum and the Sword by Ruth Benedict
    16. The Meeting of East and West by F.S.C. Northrop
    17. The Taming of the Nations by F.S.C. Northrop
    18. Asia and the West by Maurice Zinkin
    19. Asia and Western Dominance by K.M. Panikkar
    The Saturday Review, May 1, 1954, p. 17