Abstract: A comic-book style presentation of the history of Eastern Europe. The authors cover a remarkable scope of history, picking up many important highlights along the way. However, the book presents a rather jaundiced view of a world in which Marx and Lenin are honored as idealists while Stalin, Churchill, and Roosevelt are lumped together as being 'better than Hitler and Mussolini.'
Keywords: book review, history, current_events, Eastern Europe, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Serbian, Kosovo.
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Title: The History of Eastern Europe for Beginners
Author: Paul Beck, Edward Mast, Perry Tapper
Publisher: Writers & Readers Publishing
Date Published: October 1997
ISBN: 0863162371
Pages: 182
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