Kevin McDermott – Matthew Stibbe, eds. Eastern Europe in 1968.

Biblioteca / 2010-2019 

Kevin McDermott – Matthew Stibbe, editors. Eastern Europe in 1968. Responses to the Prague Spring and Warsaw Pact Invasion. 

Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

xxiii, 311 páginas.


The Prague Spring and Warsaw Pact Invasion Through the Soviet and East European Lens / Kevin McDermott and Matthew Stibbe

For a Civic Socialism and the Rule of Law: The Interplay of Jurisprudence, Public Opinion and Dissent in Czechoslovakia, 1960s–1980s / Kieran Williams and James Krapf

The ‘Anti-Prague Spring’: Neo-Stalinist and Ultra-Leftist Extremism in Czechoslovakia, 1968–70 / Kevin McDermott and Vítězslav Sommer

The Impact of the Prague Spring on the USSR / Zbigniew Wojnowski

Ideological Offensive: The East German Leadership, the Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of August 1968 / Matthew Stibbe

‘To Hell with Sovereignty!’: Poland and the Prague Spring / Tony Kemp-Welch

 Hungary 1968: Reform and the Challenge of the Prague Spring / Csaba Békés

1968: A Bulgarian Perspective / Jordan Baev

Ceauşescu’s Finest Hour? Memorialising Romanian Responses to the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia / Calin Goina

The ‘June Events’: The 1968 Student Protests in Yugoslavia / Kenneth Morrison

1968: The Prague Spring and the Albanian ‘Castle’ / Ana Lalaj

Echoes of the Prague Spring in the Soviet Baltic Republics / Irēna Saleniece and Iveta Šķiņķe

‘Down with Revisionism and Irredentism’: Soviet Moldavia and the Prague Spring, 1968–72 / Igor Caşu