Between Tito and Stalin [electronic resource] : Enver Hoxha, Albanian communists, and the assertion of Albanian national sovereignty, 1941-1948
- Daniel Isaac Perez.
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- This dissertation offers a new interpretation of the beginning of the Yugoslav-Soviet rift in 1948, examines its relationship with Albania's communist takeover and Yugoslavia's enlargement policies from 1941 through 1948, and lends fresh perspective on the establishment of communist regimes in Eastern Europe. While it challenges views that the Stalinist transformation of Eastern Europe was determined by the nature and outlook of Soviet despotism under Stalin, it argues that ideology and domestic politics were entwined, and that Bolshevism was related to wider political cultures and practices in the region, including citizenship, class, early Cold War discourse, political mobilization, nationalism, and bilateralism.
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- Submitted to the Department of History.
- Thesis (Ph.D.)--Stanford University, 2017.
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