Rebirth and Death in Czechoslovakia

Dubcek by William Shawcross

The Czechoslovak Experiment 1968-1969 by Ivan Sviták

Prague Notebook: The Strangled Revolution by Michel Salomon, translated by Helen Eustis

A Year Is Eight Months: Czechoslovakia 1968 Journalist M.

Czechoslovakia Since World War II by Tad Szulc

Journal d’un contre-révolutionnaire (to be published in November by McGraw-Hill as Diary of a Counter Revolutionary, translated by Ruth Willard (256 pp., $6.95)) by Pavel Kohout

The Confession by Artur London, translated by Alastair Hamilton

Stalinism in Prague: The Loebl Story by Eugen Loebl, translated by Maurice Michael

The Czechoslovak Political Trials, 1950-1954: The Suppressed Report of the Dubcek Government’s Commission of Inquiry, 1968 edited by Jirí Pelikán

The Quest for East Germany

The Quest for Christa T. by Christa Wolf, translated by Christopher Middleton

Postwar German Literature by Peter Demetz

The Literature of East Germany by Theodore Huebener

Poetry in East Germany: Adjustments, Visions, and Provocations 1945-1970 by John Flores

Did Anyone Start the Cold War?

Condemned to Freedom by William Pfaff

The Radical Left and American Foreign Policy by Robert W. Tucker

Promises to Keep by Chester Bowles

Architects of Illusion by Lloyd Gardner

Yalta by Diane Shaver Clemens

America and Russia in a Changing World by W. Averell Harriman

From Trust to Terror by Herbert Feis

The Yalta Myths by Athan Theoharis

The Rise to Globalism: American Foreign Policy Since 1938 by Stephen E. Ambrose

2500 Years of Human History—in Five Books

The Harvest of Hellenism by F.E. Peters

Constantine the Great by J. Holland Smith

The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition, 100-600 The Christian Tradition: Vol. One by Jaroslav Pelikan

Judaism and the Early Christian Mind by Robert L. Wilken

Jesus and Israel by Jules Isaac, translated by Sally Gran, edited and with a Foreword by Claire Hucket Bishop