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The New Cold War book. He died in 1984 in Hawkhurst, Kent. Crankshaw wrote around 40 books on Austrian, (Vienna; Vienna, the Image of a Culture in Decline; Fall of the House of Habsburg; Gestapo. and Russian subjects, (Britain and Russia; Putting up with the Russians; Tolstoy: The making of a novelist; Russia without Stalin; The Shadow of the Winter Palace: Russia's Drift to Revolution, 1825–1917; Khrushchev; Khrushchev Remembers; The New Cold War, Moscow vs. Pekin; preface to Grigory Klimov's The Terror Machine).
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Home Browse Books Book details, The New Cold War: Moscow v. Pekin. This book was started at a time when quite a strong body of opinion in the West was still refusing to take seriously the rift between the Soviet Union and the Chinese People's Republic. The New Cold War: Moscow v. To uncommitted observers, whose duty or interest it was to make a close study of Communist activities, the existence of a conflict had been apparent for a number of years.
The New cold war, Moscow v. Harmondsworth : Penguin Books. The New cold war, Moscow v. Pekin, Edward Crankshaw Penguin Books Harmondsworth 1963. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1963, The New cold war, Moscow v. Pekin, Edward Crankshaw Penguin Books Harmondsworth.
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The book is worth reading for this historical illumination of the Sino-Soviet dispute, but Crankshaw’s attempt at a theoretical analysis is of doubtful value.
Transcribed & marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for ETOL. Pekin by Edward Crankshaw Penquin Books, Baltimore, Maryland, 1963. The thesis of this book, by a leading British student of the Communist movement, is that the Sino-Soviet dispute is profound in origin and definitely here to stay. The book is worth reading for this historical illumination of the Sino-Soviet dispute, but Crankshaw’s attempt at a theoretical analysis is of doubtful value.
Diversity in International Communism: A Documentary Record 1961–1963. Ed. by Dallin Alexander and others. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 17 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.
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