cm Cold War History Research Center, Publications
Online Publications on
General Topics
Jordan BAEV

The Organizational and Doctrinal Evolution of the Warsaw Pact (1955 ďż˝ 1969)

Brezhnev's Crimea Meetings in the 1970s

Csaba BÉKÉS

The Communist Parties and the National Issue in Central and Eastern Europe (1945-1947). An Important Factor Facilitating Communist Takeover in the Region.

Soviet Plans to Establish COMINFORM in Early 1946. New Evidence From Hungarian Archive
Melinda KALMÁR

Hungary and the Cuban Missile Crisis: Selected Documents, 1961-63

An Attempt at Optimization. The reform model in culture, 1965-1973?

Tamás MAGYARICS

Wilsonianism - a Blueprint for 20th Century American Foreign Policy?

Andrzej PACZKOWSKI

Past and Politics: Europe 1945-2005

Maria MESNER

Aufbau-Familien: Geschlechterverh�ltnisse im Ost-West-Konflikt

Gábor TOLLAS

Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede der Vier-M�chte-Besatzung in Berlin und Wien in der Nachkriegszeit

Zoltán GARADNAI

Les relations franco‐hongroises (1963‐1968)

Bernard Lachaise
Un Français en Hongrie 1947‐1958: Guy Turbet‐Delof
István Majoros

Magyarország, hebdomadaire politique et l'image de la France dans les années 1960

Béla RÉVÉSZ
The Malta Summit of 1989 from Hungarian Perspective: Related Sources after 25 Years
Barnabás VAJDA

The Malta Summit of 1989 from Hungarian Perspective: Related Sources after 25 Years

László J NAGY

Bittersweet Friendships: Relations between Hungary and the Middle East, 1953–1988

Dániel VÉKONY
Bittersweet Friendships: Relations between Hungary and the Middle East, 1953–1988
 
Country-specific Topics
On Austria
Csaba BÉKÉS

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

László BORHI

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Gernot HEISS

�sterreich als Schauplatz des Kalten Krieges im Film

Zoltán MARUZSA

�sterreichische Kriegsmaterial-Lieferungen an die Bundesrepublik Deutschland und deren rechtliche Grundlage

Charlotte NATMESSNIG

�sterreichs Wirtschaft im Kalten Krieg

Oliver RATHKOLB

Die �sterreichische �Ostpolitik� gegen�ber Ungarn

Peter RUGGENTALER

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Ottmar TRASCA

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Gábor TOLLAS

Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede der Vier-M�chte-Besatzung in Berlin und Wien in der Nachkriegszeit

On Bulgaria
Jordan BAEV

Bulgarian Intelligence Estimates on NATO's Maritime Power in the Eastern Mediterranean (1955-1975)

The Greek Civil War Viewed from the North

Two Poles of the Cold War Confrontation in Europe: Bulgaria and the Nordic Countries

The Irresistible Collapse of the Warsaw Pact : Documents from Bulgarian Archives, 1985-1991

On China
Wanda JARZABEK

China in the Polish Eyes 1966 - 1972

Shen ZHIHUA
Mao and The 1956 Soviet Military Intervention in Hungary
Péter VÁMOS

Sino-Hungarian Relations and the 1956 Revolution

On Czechoslovakia

Oldrich TUMA

The Impact of the Hungarian Revolution on Czechoslovakia, 1956–1968
Zoltán MARUZSA

"1968" and its effect on the countries of the Soviet Bloc

On East Germany
Renáta SZENTESI
Revolution and the Intelligentsia: How East German students received the '56
Hungarian Revolution
Zoltán Maruzsa
German rearmament in the Cold War
On Hungary
Magdolna BARÁTH
Targetted Persons by the State Security Authorities Before and After 1956

Csaba BÉKÉS

 

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Bittersweet Friendships: Relations between Hungary and the Middle East, 1953–1988

The Malta Summit of 1989 from Hungarian Perspective: Related Sources after 25 Years

Hungary and the Cuban Missile Crisis: Selected Documents, 1961-63

Hungarian Foreign Policy in the Bipolar World, 1945–1991

Why Was There No "Second Cold War" in Europe?

Hungarian Foreign Policy in the Soviet Alliance System, 1968�1989.

Cold War, D�tente and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

The 1956 Hungarian Revolution and World Politics

Back to Europe. The International Context of the Political Transition in Hungary, 1988-1990

The Hungarian Question on the UN Agenda. British Foreign Office Documents from 1956.

Hungary and the Warsaw Pact, 1954-1989: Documents on the Impact of a Small State within the Eastern Bloc

The International Background of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and that of the Prague Spring in 1968. - A comparative analysis

New Findings on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Political Transition in Hungary in 1989. Selected Documents

László BORHI

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Containment, Rollback, Liberation or Inaction? The United States and Hungary in the 1950s

The Merchants of the Kremlin�The Economic Roots of Soviet Expansion in Hungary�

The International Context of Hungarian Transition, 1989

Gábor BUR

Hungarian Diplomacy and the Non-Aligned Movement in the Cold War
ed. Gergő Bendegúz CSEH

Documents of the meetings of the Allied Control commission for Hungary 1945-1947 (Warning: 20 MB PDF file)

János DÖMÉNY

The History of Hungarian-Latin-American Relations after the Second World War

Zoltán GARADNAI

La tentative de la politique d'ouverture de la Hongrie aux pays de l'Ouest, 1967 - 1968

Csaba JANCSÁK
The Spark Of Revolution (1956) – The Association Of Hungarian University And College Students (AHUCS)
Melinda KALMÁR

Hungary and the Cuban Missile Crisis: Selected Documents, 1961-63

From Model Change to Regime Change: The Metamorphosis of the Communist Party's Tactics in the Democratic Transition.

Gusztáv KECSKÉS

De l’autre cote du ”rideau de fer”... (French)

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956

The Suez Crisis and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Imre OKVÁTH

Hungary in the Warsaw Pact. The Initial Phase of Integration,1957-1971

Gábor SZÉKELY

The Formation of the State-socialism System in East-Central Europe in 1947-1949 - the Cominform

Károly SZERENCSÉS

Béla RÉVÉSZ

The Malta Summit of 1989 from Hungarian Perspective: Related Sources after 25 Years

How to Consolidate Secret Services in East-Europe after Transition

Documents on the Dictatorship and the Cold War in the Hungarian Archives - the case of RFE

Tensions Without Solutions: Romanian-Hungarian Relations, 1987-89

Zsuzsanna VARGA

Reshaping the Socialist Economy: the Hungarian Case

Oliver RATHKOLB

Die österreichische „Ostpolitik” gegenüber Ungarn

 

János M. RAINER

Introduction to the 1956 Hungarian revolution and the Soviet Bloc countries:
reactions and repercussions

Alexandr STYKALIN

The ’56 Hungarian Revolution and Soviet Public Opinion: New sources

Shen ZHIHUA

Mao and The 1956 Soviet Military Intervention in Hungary

László J NAGY

Bittersweet Friendships: Relations between Hungary and the Middle East, 1953–1988

Lukasz KAMINSKI

The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 as Reflected in the Polish Security Services Archives

Barnabás VAJDA

The Malta Summit of 1989 from Hungarian Perspective: Related Sources after 25 Years

Dániel VÉKONY

Bittersweet Friendships: Relations between Hungary and the Middle East, 1953–1988

Peter RUGGENTALER

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Ottmar TRASCA

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Renáta SZENTESI

Revolution and the Intelligentsia: How East German students received the '56
Hungarian Revolution

On Lithuania
Kristina
BURINSKAITE

New forms of anti-Soviet movement in Lithuania and challenges to KGB after Prague spring

On North Korea
Balázs SZALONTAI

North Korea's Efforts to Acquire Nuclear Technology and Nuclear Weapons: Evidence from Russian and Hungarian Archives

On Poland
Wanda JARZABEK

Die Haltung der Volksrepublik Polen zur Normalisierung der Beziehungen mit der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 1960-1975

Hope and Reality: Poland and the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1964�1989

"Ulbricht-Doktrin" oder "Gomulka-Doktrin"? Das Bemühen der Volksrepublik Polen um eine geschlossene Politik des kommunstischen Blocks gegenüber der westdeutschen Ost-Politik 1966/67

Zwischen Eiszeit und Verständigungssuche. Der Standpunkt der polnischen Regierung in den Beziehungen mit der BRD in den Jahren 1956 - 1981

István TOTH

Fifty-Six in Subcarpathia: Influences, consequences and lesson
Zoltán MARUZSA

Denuclearization in Central Europe? The Rapacki Plan during the Cold War

Lukasz KAMINSKI

The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 as Reflected in the Polish Security Services Archives

Petre OPRIS
Andrzej PACZKOWSKI

The "Great Historical Experiment" or the Demise of Real Socialism in Poland

Communist Poland 1949�1989: Some Controversies and a Single Conclusion

Polish-Soviet Relations 1944�1989: The Limits of Autonomy

On Romania

Csaba BÉKÉS

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

László BORHI

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Peter RUGGENTALER

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Ottmar TRASCA

Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary and Austria 1944/45-1948/49

Dennis DELETANT
Romania Within the Warsaw Pact: Ambivalences and Ambiguities, 1955-1981. Foreword
Mihail E. IONESCU

Romania and the Suez Crisis: Areas of Diplomatic Interest and Political Positions

Petre OTU

Romania�s Position Towards the Arab-Israeli War of 1973

Petre OPRIS

Ioana BOCA

Romania after the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 The reaction of the authorities to student protests

Dragos PETRESCU

Fifty-six as an Identiity-Shaping Experience: The case of the Romanian communists

Béla RÉVÉSZ

Tensions Without Solutions: Romanian-Hungarian Relations, 1987-89
Carmen RIJNONVEANU

The Impact of Hungarian Revolution of 1956 on Romanias Political “Establishment

On Slovakia

Juraj MARUSIAK

Slovakia and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution: A comparison with Slovak perceptions of the Polish October
On Vietnam
Balázs SZALONTAI

The Diplomacy of Economic Reform in Vietnam: The Genesis of Doi Moi, 1986-1989
[Journal of Asiatic Studies (Korea University, Asiatic Research Center) 51, Issue 2 (June 2008): 199-252.]

Political and Economic Crisis in North Vietnam, 1955�56

On Yugoslavia

Katarina KOVACEVIC

The Refugee Problem in Yugoslavia

Marko Miljkovic

WESTERN TECHNOLOGY IN A SOCIALIST FACTORY: THE FORMATIVE PHASE OF THE YUGOSLAV AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY, 1955-1962

László RITTER

War on Tito's Yugoslavia?

Péter VUKMAN

The War of Nerves. The Role of the United Kingdom in Military Assistance to Yugoslavia during the Soviet-Yugoslav Conflict, 1948-1953

 
Printed Publications
General Topics
Csaba BÉKÉS

East-Central Europe from 1953 to the Aftermath of the 1956 Revolts in Poland and Hungary
[Cambridge History of the Cold War, Vol. 1)]

 
Country-specific Topics
On Hungary
Csaba BÉKÉS

Az 1956-os Magyar Forradalom a vil�gpoltik�ban"[The 1956 Hungarian Revolution in World Politics]

Evol�ci� �s Revol�ci�: Magyarorsz�g �s a nemzetk�zi politika 1956-ban [Evolution and Revolution: Hungary and International Politics in 1956]

The 1956 Revolution: A History in Documents

László BORHI

Hungary in the Cold War 1945-1956: Between the United States and the Soviet Union

On North Korea
Balázs SZALONTAI
Kim Il Sung in the Khrushchev Era: Soviet-DPRK Relations and the Roots of North Korean Despotism, 1953-1964

North Korea's Efforts to Acquire Nuclear Technology and Nuclear Weapons: Evidence from Russian and Hungarian Archives

On China
Péter VÁMOS

Sino-Hungarian Relations and the 1956 Revolution

Is China with us? Chinese diplomatic documents on Hungary, 1956

 


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