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Williamson Murray • 15 Items / 7 Books, 5 Articles, 3 Reviews
The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939 (1984)
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939, by Williamson Murray
    1. The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939 by Williamson Murray
    The American Historical Review, December 1985, p. 1192
  2. Book Reviews
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    The Campus/Young Turk Tunes (Review)
    The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939, by Williamson Murray
    1. The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939 by Williamson Murray
    The American Spectator, October 1984, pp. 31-33
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    Diplomatic and Military History (4 Reviews)
    The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939, by Williamson Murray
    1. The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939 by Williamson Murray
    2. The Foreign Office and the Kremlin by Graham Ross
    3. The Great Powers and the End of the Ottoman Empire by Marian Kent
    4. Europe Transformed, 1878-1919 by Norman Stone
    Orbis, Fall 1984, pp. 631-632
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Labour in Power, 1945-1951 by Kenneth O. Morgan
    2. Roy Jenkins by John Campbell
    3. Winston Churchill by Piers Brendon
    4. The Art of Memory by Richard Austen Butler
    5. Strategy and Diplomacy, 1870-1945 by Paul Kennedy
    6. The Rise of the French Communist Party, 1920-1947 by Edward Mortimer
    7. The Change in the European Balance of Power, 1938-1939 by Williamson Murray
    8. Berlin Alert by Truman Smith and Robert Hessen
    9. Donitz: The Last Fuhrer by Peter Padfield
    10. From Red to Green by Rudolf Bahro
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1984, pp. 197-199