Советской-финляндская война 1939-1940 гг : дипломатия, военные действия, пропаганда, люди : материалы международной научной конференции, 12 марта 2015 г. (Санкт-Петербург) - 13 марта 2015 г. (Выборг)
Sankt-Peterburg : Regionalʹnai͡a obshchestvennai͡a organizat͡sii͡a "Istoricheskiĭ klub Leningradskoĭ oblasti,", 2015. Санкт-Петербург : Региональная общественная организация "Исторический клуб Ленинградской области," 2015.
Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Book — ix, 452 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
List of illustrations-- Acknowledgements-- List of abbreviations-- Prologue: innocent?-- 1 Back in Norway--
2. The Russian dream--
3. A reluctant leader--
4. Mussolini or Hitler?--
5. A time of crisis--
6. Leader on probation--
7. Revolution from above--
8. Betrayed by Hitler--
9. On the edge of the volcano--
10. An enemy of the people-- Epilogue: dangerous?-- Archive sources-- Bibliography-- Index.
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The word 'Quisling' is used all over the world as a synonym for 'traitor' or 'treachery'. The original Vidkun Quisling (1887-1945) was a gifted Norwegian army officer who earned notoriety when he sided with the Nazis on the first day of Norway's entry into the Second World War. Quisling's coup d'etat in Oslo on 9 April 1940 was immediately denounced as an act of arch-treason, and even Churchill spoke of 'the vile race of Quislings'. Hans Fredrik Dahl's biography makes use of a complete range of source material from Nordic, German, Italian and Russian archives, and of family archives now in the USA. He traces Quisling's ultimately futile career from his earlier internationalist career as a diplomat and businessman to the drama of his trial and execution for high treason in 1945. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Jakobson tells the story of a small nation that has emerged a winner from the ordeals of the 20th century. Finland is still widely remembered for its successful resistance against Soviet attempts to subjugate it during World War II, but less is known about the skillful balancing act by which Finns preserved their independence and way of life during the Cold War. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Part I: Economic Integration-- Part II: Spatial Planning and the Environment-- Part III: Transborder Regional Co-operation-- Part IV: Political Integration, Territorial Governance and Security-- North European and Baltic Statistics.
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The NEBI Yearbook 1998 aims to provide a balanced picture of both the integrationist opportunities and disintegrationist pressures in the entire North European and Baltic Sea area - a vast region with over 50 million inhabitants and great economic and trading potentials and crossing some of the most formidable historical and current divides of Europe. For this purpose it brings together 52 scholars from 11 countries covering a wide range of scientific fields that do not usually collaborate. (source: Nielsen Book Data)