Odessa, 1941-1944: a case study of Soviet territory under foreign rule
Based on American, German and Soviet sources, this book provides an in-depth study of the Romanian administration in Odessa and Transnistria. It draws a sharp contrast between the relatively more successful occupation policies of the Romanian administration in Odessa and Transnistria and those of the Germans in occupied areas of the Soviet Union. Alexander Dallin, formerly president of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, presents an essential text for anyone interested in the occupation of Soviet Territory during World War II and its consequences.
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by Larry L Watts
Odessa from Peace to Occupation
Theoiy and Practice
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