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John Bull and the Bear: British public opinion, foreign policy and the Soviet Union 1941-1945

John Bull and the Bear: British public opinion, foreign policy and the Soviet Union 1941-1945

Bell, P. M. H. (Philip Michael Hett), 1930-

The focus of this book is British public opinion and policy towards the Soviet Union between 1941 and 1945. An examination of the issues and events involved is supplemented, in the last third of the book, with two "case studies" - the Katyn Graves episode and the Warsaw Rising - to indicate in detail this interaction of opinion and policy at moments of heightened crisis and difficulty

Book. English.
Published London: Edward Arnold, 1990

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Statement of responsibility: P. M. H. Bell
ISBN: 0340533072, 9780340533079
Subject: Great Britain Foreign relations Soviet Union.; Soviet Union Foreign relations Great Britain.; World War, 1939-1945 Diplomatic history.; Soviet Union Foreign public opinion, British.
Added Entry: John Bull & the Bear: Spine title.