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The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers
1944 - 1956
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9789984996165 - R: The Unknown War
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The Unknown War (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9789984996165 (?) or 9984996166, in english, 366 pages, Peteris Ininbergs förlag, Paperback, Used

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paperback, Label: Peteris Ininbergs förlag, Peteris Ininbergs förlag, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-12-02, Freigegeben: 2011-12-02, Studio: Peteris Ininbergs förlag, Verkaufsrang: 6062097
9789984996165 - Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins: The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956
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Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins (?):

The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956 (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9789984996165 (?) or 9984996166, in english, 368 pages, HPT Ltd. Paperback, New, first edition

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Thousands of studies and document collections have been devoted to the Second World War and the principal crimes of the mid-twentieth century. By contrast, the fate of the Central and Eastern European countries and peoples-- among those the Baltics enslaved by the communist totalitarian victors, and the war against the Red occupiers that followed the war (1944-1956), has not been adequately studied and is not sufficiently known in the victorious Western countries. One reason for the Western democratic nations failure to recognize the Baltic countries twelve-year war against the Soviet occupying forces is that in the victors version of the history of the Second World War, initially spread from 1943 to 1946, the role of totalitarian communism in the liberation of Europe from the Nazis was and still is given a Soviet slant. A second determining cause is the inaccessibility for researchers of Russian archives, both for materials on the Second World War and those related to the arrogance of the Soviet power in the postwar years, which confirms the inability our neighboring country to investigate their victory and also makes them unable to imagine that they erred terribly in the twentieth century. A third factor is the current-day official Russian historians feudal attempts to Stalinize and imperialize the history of Russia, in spite of the fact that the age of imperialism is over. Armed resistance took place in the first twelve years of the occupation (1944-1956), expanding into an international national partisan war. Some 100,000 men took part, of whom approximately half, with the support of the majority of the Baltic peoples, fought against the occupying power s superior military forces; an estimated 10,000 were killed in battle. Just as in Lithuania, the Latvian national partisans were organized into regional divisions, district regiments, and parish companies, often with shoulder stripes and cap insignias. The aim of the partisan war was to liberate the Baltic countries from the totalitarian communist occupation, to save the Baltic nations democratic form of government and their European culture. paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: HPT Ltd. HPT Ltd. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-10-24, Studio: HPT Ltd. Verkaufsrang: 2236407
9789984996165 - Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins: The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956
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Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins (?):

The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956 (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9789984996165 (?) or 9984996166, in english, 368 pages, HPT Ltd. Paperback, Used, first edition

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Thousands of studies and document collections have been devoted to the Second World War and the principal crimes of the mid-twentieth century. By contrast, the fate of the Central and Eastern European countries and peoples-- among those the Baltics enslaved by the communist totalitarian victors, and the war against the Red occupiers that followed the war (1944-1956), has not been adequately studied and is not sufficiently known in the victorious Western countries. One reason for the Western democratic nations failure to recognize the Baltic countries twelve-year war against the Soviet occupying forces is that in the victors version of the history of the Second World War, initially spread from 1943 to 1946, the role of totalitarian communism in the liberation of Europe from the Nazis was and still is given a Soviet slant. A second determining cause is the inaccessibility for researchers of Russian archives, both for materials on the Second World War and those related to the arrogance of the Soviet power in the postwar years, which confirms the inability our neighboring country to investigate their victory and also makes them unable to imagine that they erred terribly in the twentieth century. A third factor is the current-day official Russian historians feudal attempts to Stalinize and imperialize the history of Russia, in spite of the fact that the age of imperialism is over. Armed resistance took place in the first twelve years of the occupation (1944-1956), expanding into an international national partisan war. Some 100,000 men took part, of whom approximately half, with the support of the majority of the Baltic peoples, fought against the occupying power s superior military forces; an estimated 10,000 were killed in battle. Just as in Lithuania, the Latvian national partisans were organized into regional divisions, district regiments, and parish companies, often with shoulder stripes and cap insignias. The aim of the partisan war was to liberate the Baltic countries from the totalitarian communist occupation, to save the Baltic nations democratic form of government and their European culture. paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: HPT Ltd. HPT Ltd. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-10-24, Studio: HPT Ltd. Verkaufsrang: 2236407
9789984996165 - Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins: The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956
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Raitis Abelnieks, Ritvars Jansons, Ojars Stefens, Janis Vilums, Gunars Bluzma, Inese Dreimane, Zigmars Turcinskis, Editor: Aleksandrs Kirsteins (?):

The Unknown War: The Latvian National Partisans' Fight Against the Soviet Occupiers 1944 - 1956 (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9789984996165 (?) or 9984996166, in english, 368 pages, HPT Ltd. Paperback, Used, first edition

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Thousands of studies and document collections have been devoted to the Second World War and the principal crimes of the mid-twentieth century. By contrast, the fate of the Central and Eastern European countries and peoples-- among those the Baltics enslaved by the communist totalitarian victors, and the war against the Red occupiers that followed the war (1944-1956), has not been adequately studied and is not sufficiently known in the victorious Western countries. One reason for the Western democratic nations failure to recognize the Baltic countries twelve-year war against the Soviet occupying forces is that in the victors version of the history of the Second World War, initially spread from 1943 to 1946, the role of totalitarian communism in the liberation of Europe from the Nazis was and still is given a Soviet slant. A second determining cause is the inaccessibility for researchers of Russian archives, both for materials on the Second World War and those related to the arrogance of the Soviet power in the postwar years, which confirms the inability our neighboring country to investigate their victory and also makes them unable to imagine that they erred terribly in the twentieth century. A third factor is the current-day official Russian historians feudal attempts to Stalinize and imperialize the history of Russia, in spite of the fact that the age of imperialism is over. Armed resistance took place in the first twelve years of the occupation (1944-1956), expanding into an international national partisan war. Some 100,000 men took part, of whom approximately half, with the support of the majority of the Baltic peoples, fought against the occupying power s superior military forces; an estimated 10,000 were killed in battle. Just as in Lithuania, the Latvian national partisans were organized into regional divisions, district regiments, and parish companies, often with shoulder stripes and cap insignias. The aim of the partisan war was to liberate the Baltic countries from the totalitarian communist occupation, to save the Baltic nations democratic form of government and their European culture. paperback, Ausgabe: 1, Label: HPT Ltd. HPT Ltd. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2011-10-24, Studio: HPT Ltd. Verkaufsrang: 2236407
9789984996165 - Peter Jacon Kalnin: The Unknown War: The battle and memorial sites of the national partisans
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Peter Jacon Kalnin (?):

The Unknown War: The battle and memorial sites of the national partisans (?)

ISBN: 9789984996165 (?) or 9984996166, in english

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