Peking and Moscow. Translated from the German by Leila Vennewitz.


[1st American ed.].. New York, Putnam [1963] .

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Standard Title Peking und Moskau. English
Subjects China -- Relations -- Soviet Union.
China.
International relations.
Rusia -- Relaciones (Generales) con China (República Popular, 1949 ****)
Soviet Union -- Relations -- China.
Soviet Union.
Description xiv, 522 pages illustrations, map 22 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 455-498) " Notes on the bibliography": pages 499-500. Bibliography: pages 501-512.
Also issued online.
Contents The man -- The heritage -- The society -- The penetration of the West -- Proletarians or peasants? -- With or without the bourgeoisie? -- The troublesome intellectuals -- The party and its style -- Stalin-Chiang-Mao -- Both sides of the longest frontier -- Between state and state -- Between people and people -- After Stalin's second death -- Short cut to communism? -- World policy of the 'camp' -- Target practice-with living targets.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)411701
(OCoLC)ocm00411701
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WorldCat Identities Mehnert, Klaus, 1906-1984.
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