European Dictatorships, 1918-1945

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Routledge, 2000 - Political Science - 340 pages
"The European Dictatorships"describes the course of dictatorship in Europe before and during the Second World War and examines the phenomenon of dictatorship itself and the widely different forms it can take. From the notorious dictatorships of Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin, to less-known states and leaders this book scrutinizes the experiences of:
*Spain and Portugal
*Central and Eastern European states such as Hungary, Bulgaria, Greece, Austria and Albania
With clear, detailed and highly accessible descriptions and analysis, this is an essential and invaluable introduction to the study and understanding of the tumultuous events of early twentieth century Europe.

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