[Reno, Nevada] : Helena History Press, 2014. Budapest : Order from Central European University Press.
Book — liv, 254 pages : ill. ; 24 cm
This memoir is an invaluable source about Hungary's fate in World War II. Ullein-Reviczky's work was based partly on the public and private documents he succeeded in saving throughout the war and his long years of exile in Turkey, Switzerland, France and Britain where he died. Written by a well-informed insider and a shrewd observer, this book remained essentially unknown in the English-speaking world. Antal Ullein-Reviczky's memoirs represent an important source of the history of Hungary from German war through Russian peace, giving a unique insight into the Hungarian tragedy". (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780985943349 20160616
Newton Abbot : Woodland Publications, John Holroyd-Doveton,  [Place of publication not identified] : New Generation, 2015.
Book — iv, 556 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
This biography of Maxim Litvinov is the most comprehensive yet written, aided (helped) considerably by information supplied by his daughter and so contains much material not previously published. The biography shows how age (maturity) and the holding of office transformed Litvinov from a young revolutionary to becoming a much more orthodox politician. It illustrates how he dominated, by his speeches, the League of Nations and relates his efforts both to prevent the Second World War and the Cold War. It describes the rivalry between Molotov and Litvinov, and speculates on how Litvinov, while being critical of Stalin, survived the Purges. The biography highlights the many inconsistencies in his career living a life style of a Tsarist foreign minister while being a Communist and both supporting and criticising the Purges. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780957296107 20160619
Brought as a child to Poland before WWII, the author lost six years of schooling, half of them in German prisons and internment camps. He took the fast track in education, after being repatriated, dividing his subsequent career between U.S. government service and academia. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780761823810 20160528
Honolulu : Samuel N. & Mary Castle Foundation : Distributed by University of Hawaiʻi Press, c1998.
Book — xiv, 251 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
The life, works and opinions of William R. Castle Jr, in his public and private careers, give an insight into his commitment to diplomatic realism and its impact on American foreign policy. The strengths and weaknesses of this position on foreign policy are examined in depth. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780824820091 20160528