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The Cambridge History of Communism

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Editor: Professor Silvio Pons

As a definitive work of reference, The Cambridge History of Communism brings together the emerging historiography of communism in a large-scale, multi-contributor history of the rise and fall of communism and its interconnection with broader processes of historical change throughout the twentieth-century world.

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There are 7 books in this series...

The Cambridge History of Communism 3 Volume Hardback Set

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The Cambridge History of Communism

Volume 2, The Socialist Camp and World Power 1941–1960s
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The Cambridge History of Communism

Volume 1, World Revolution and Socialism in One Country 1917–1941
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Volume 3, Endgames? Late Communism in Global Perspective, 1968 to the Present
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