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Year 1956 Archives
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    1. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The New Dimensions of Peace by Chester Bowles
      2. A Chronicle of Jeopardy, 1945-55 by Rexford G. Tugwell
      3. World Indivisible by Konrad Adenauer
      4. Democracy in World Politics by Lester B. Pearson
      5. History of the Cold War by Kenneth Ingram
      6. The Realignment of Europe by Arnold Toynbee and Veronica M. Toynbee
      7. War Premeditated, 1939 by Walther Hofer
      8. The United Nations and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security by Leland M. Goodrich and Anne P. Simons
      9. The UN Record by Chesly Manly
      10. International Regulation of Economic and Social Questions by Philip C. Jessup, Adolf Lande, Oliver...
      11. Military Tribunals and International Crimes by John Alan Appleman
      12. Debates With Historians by Pieter Geyl
      13. Heretics and Renegades, and Other Essays by Isaac Deutscher
      14. The Political Ideas of Harold J. Laski by Herbert A. Deane
      15. Political Geography and the World Map by Y.M. Goblet
      16. Yearbook of International Organizations, 1954-55
      17. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1954 by Peter V. Curl
      18. American Agencies Interested in International Affairs by Ruth Savord and Donald Wasson
      19. Foreign Affairs Bibliography by Henry L. Roberts, Jean Gunther, and J...
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, pp. 327-328
    2. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Years of Trial and Hope by Harry S. Truman
      2. Military Policy and National Security by William W. Kaufmann, Gordon A. Craig,...
      3. Russia and America: Dangers and Prospects by Henry L. Roberts
      4. This Is Our World by Louis Fischer
      5. The Influence of Force in Foreign Relations by W.D. Puleston
      6. World Without Barriers by Emanuel R. Posnack
      7. Survey of International Affairs, 1953 by Peter Calvocoressi
      8. Documents on International Affairs, 1953 by Denise Folliot
      9. The Communist International, 1919-1943: Documents by Jane Degras
      10. The Hungry Sheep by David Kelly
      11. Democracy and Marxism by Henry B. Mayo
      12. The Loyal and the Disloyal by Morton Grodzins
      13. Democracy and Dictatorship by Zevedei Barbu
      14. The Meaning of Yalta by John L. Snell
      15. Airman at Yalta by Laurence S. Kuter
      16. America's Siberian Expedition, 1918-1920 by Betty Miller Unterberger
      17. Nationality and Statelessness in International Law by Paul Weis
      18. The Law of State Succession by Daniel P. O'Connell
      19. We the Judges by William O. Douglas
      20. The Anglo American Tradition in Foreign Affairs by Arnold Wolfers and Lawrence W. Martin
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1956, pp. 673-675
    3. [+]
      (23 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Russia Leaves the War by George F. Kennan
      2. The United States in World Affairs, 1954 by Richard P. Stebbins
      3. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1955 by Paul E. Zinner
      4. Power and Community by Robert Strausz-Hupe
      5. The Heresy of Democracy by Lord Eustace Percy
      6. The Secret of Democracy by Suzanne Labin
      7. The United Nations and Human Rights by James Frederick Green
      8. Behind the U.N. Front by Alice Widener
      9. International Civil Aviation Organization by Jacob Schenkman
      10. Swords Into Plowshares by Inis L. Claude, Jr.
      11. The Right of Nations to Expand by Conquest by Raymond J. De Martini
      12. International Law and Asylum as a Human Right by Manuel R. Garcia-Mora
      13. Non-Intervention by Ann Van Wynen Thomas and A.J. Thomas,...
      14. The Price of Peace by Charles G. Bolte
      15. The United States and World Sea Power by Elmer B. Potter and J.R. Fredland
      16. Treaties and Federal Constitutions by James McLeod Hendry
      17. Voting in Democracies by Enid Lakeman and James D. Lambert
      18. The Second International, 1889-1914 by G.D.H. Cole
      19. Red Challenge to America by Brantley Burcham
      20. The Foreign Correspondents by Theodore Edward Kruglak
      21. Always the Unexpected by Louis P. Lochner
      22. Essays Presented to Sir Lewis Namier by Richard Pares and A.J.P. Taylor
      23. The Diplomat's Wife by Richard Fyfe Boyce
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1956, pp. 151-153
    4. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. The Attack on Big Business by John Desmond Glover
      2. Fifty Years of Technical Assistance by Edwin A. Bock
      3. Long-Range Economic Projection
      4. Regulation of Trade by Heinrich Kronstein and John T. Miller...
      5. Experiment in Education by William Ernest Hocking
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 329
    5. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Defeat at Sea by Cajus D. Bekker
      2. North American Supply by H. Duncan Hall
      3. The Technical Services, Quartermaster Corps: Organization, Supply and Services, Vol. II by Erna Risch and Chester L. Kieffer
      4. Seizure of the Gilberts and Marshalls by Philip A. Crowl and Edmund G. Love
      5. Sweet Is War by Malcolm Munthe
      6. The Arakan Operations, 1942-1945 by N.N. Madan
      7. Midway: The Battle that Doomed Japan by Mitsuo Fuchida and Masatake Okumiya
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 330
    6. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. Britain---Uneasy Ally by Leon D. Epstein
      2. The Foreign Office by Lord William Strang
      3. Winston Churchill, British Bulldog by Emrys Hughes
      4. Conflict Without Malice by Emanuel Shinwell
      5. Max Horton and the Western Approaches by W.S. Chalmers
      6. Scotland by Robert S. Rait and George S. Pryde
      7. Quebec Now by Miriam Chapin
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 338
    7. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. Social Forces in the Middle East by Sydney Nettleton Fisher
      2. Middle East Tensions by Stanley Andrew Morrison
      3. The Crescent in Crisis by Nabih Amin Faris and Mohammed Tawfik ...
      4. The Arabs by Edward Atiyah
      5. Daybreak in Iran by Bernhard Schulze-Holthus
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 339
    8. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      South and Southeast Asia
      1. The History of Struggle for Freedom in Kashmir by Prem Nath Bazaz
      2. Economic Policy and Development by Dhananjaya R. Gadgil
      3. A History of South-East Asia by D.G.E. Hall
      4. Doctor at Dienbienphu by Paul Grauwin
      5. The Viet-Minh Regime by Bernard B. Fall
      6. Indonesian Sociological Studies by B.J.O. Schrieke
      7. Indonesian Trade and Society by J.C. van Leur
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 340
    9. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Far East and Pacific Ocean
      1. No Flies in China by George Stafford Gale
      2. Japan's Modern Century by Hugh Borton
      3. Daughters of Changing Japan by Earl Herbert Cressy
      4. With the Australians in Korea by Norman Bartlett
      5. Beyond Courage by Clay Blair, Jr.
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 340
    10. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Inside Africa by John Gunther
      2. The African Giant by Stuart Cloete
      3. Black Power by Richard Wright
      4. In the Shadow of the Mau Mau by Ione Leigh
      5. White Africans by J.F. Lipscomb
      6. The African Awakening by Basil Davidson
      7. Southern Africa: A Geographical Study by John H. Wellington
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 341
    11. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Latin America and the West Indies
      1. A History of Latin America by Hubert Herring
      2. Mexico Revisited by Erna Fergusson
      3. Guatemala: A Historical Survey by Amy Elizabeth Jensen
      4. The People of Panama by John Berry Biesanz and Mavis Biesanz
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1956, p. 342
    12. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. Trade and Welfare by J.E. Meade
      2. Essays in Public Finance and Fiscal Policy by Gerhard Colm
      3. Tariff Procedures and Trade Barriers by G.A. Elliott
      4. Race Issues on the World Scene by Melvin Conant
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1956, p. 502
    13. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. The Lamps Went Out in Europe by Ludwig Reiners
      2. Western Democracies and World Problems by August Schou
      3. In the Thick of the Fight, 1930-1945 by Paul Reynaud
      4. Liberated France by Catherine I. Gavin
      5. The Politics of Compromise by Dankwart A. Rustow
      6. The Kaiser by Joachim von Kurenberg
      7. The Hitler I Knew by Otto Dietrich
      8. Mainsprings of the German Revival by Henry C. Wallich
      9. City Divided: Berlin 1955 by Ewan Butler
      10. The Explosion: The Uprising Behind the Iron Curtain by Rainer Hildebrandt
      11. Documents on Germany Under the Occupation, 1945-1954 by Beate Ruhm von Oppen
      12. Between Liberation and Liberty by Karl Gruber
      13. The Rebuilding of Italy by Muriel Grindrod
      14. The Population Problem of Southern Italy by Robert E. Dickinson
      15. Dictators Face to Face by Dino Alfieri
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1956, pp. 505-508
    14. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. The Russian Marxists and the Origins of Bolshevism by Leopold H. Haimson
      2. Soviet Espionage by David J. Dallin
      3. The Net that Covers the World by E.H. Cookridge
      4. The Case of Colonel Petrov by Michael Bialoguski
      5. The Permanent Purge by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
      6. Betrayal of an Ideal by Grigori A. Tokaev
      7. Notes for a Journal by Maxim M. Litvinov
      8. One Man in His Time by Nikolai M. Borodin
      9. Red Plush and Black Bread by Marguerite Higgins
      10. Soviet Treaty Series by Leonard Shapiro
      11. Church and State in Czechoslovakia by Ludvik Nemec
      12. Tito's Yugoslavia by Eric L. Pridonoff
      13. Greek Entanglement by E.C.W. Myers
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1956, pp. 509-510
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. Britain in Western Europe
      2. Government by Committee by Kenneth C. Wheare
      3. Co-Operatives: The British Achievement by Paul Greer
      4. Eden: The Making of a Statesman by Alan Campbell-Johnson
      5. West Highland Survey by F. Fraser Darling
      6. Friends and Neighbors by Richard G. Casey
      7. Australia by John Campbell Horsfall
      8. Policies for Progress by Alan Davies and Geoffrey Serle
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1956, p. 511