Sport Under Communism: The U.S.S.R., Czechoslovakia, The G.D.R., China, Cuba download epub
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Published by: McGill-Queen's University Press. Our Western perspective has given rise to a number of misconceptions regarding China which must be considered at the outset if we are to avoid what Mao Zedong described as Looking at the flowers from horseback ; we must instead dismount, analyse and investigate more closely. With over a 4,000-year history, China has evolved into a multiethnic state of over 800 million people who inhabit the world’s third largest country.
Physical culture and sport in the USSR. Fizicheskaia kul'tura i sport. Sport under communism : the . Czechoslovakia, the .
Sport in Soviet society : development of sport and physical education in Russia and the USSR. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. Sport in Soviet society : development of sport and physical education in Russia and the USSR, James Riordan Cambridge University Press Cambridge ; New York 1977. Physical culture and sport in the USSR. Find in other libraries.
Cuba – The end of Soviet subsidies led to the Special Period. Introduction of non-selectable parties in 1992.
Having been shut off from their last chance for escape, an increasing number of East Germans participated in the Monday demonstrations in Leipzig on 4, 11, and 18 September, each attracting 1,200 to 1,500 demonstrators. China – The Communist Party of China began implementing liberalizing economic reforms during the late 1970s under Deng Xiaoping. However, the pro-democracy protests of 1989 were crushed by the military. Unrest in Tibet in 1987. Cuba – The end of Soviet subsidies led to the Special Period.
RIORDAN, James, ed. Sport under Com-munism: The . Jan Triska, Stanford University
RIORDAN, James, ed. Montreal: McGill-Queen's Univ. x, 177 pp. + 16 pp. plates. Jan Triska, Stanford University. When Soviet and Warsaw Pact forces invaded Czechoslovakia in. 1968, who made the decision to act and why? Was it the unilateral.
In J. Riordan (Ed., Sport under communism: The . China, Cuba (pp. 55-66). London: C. Hurst and Company. Sporting hero and heroin in North Korean sport. citizenship has been held in esteem with such enduring American images of Ellis Island, war propaganda and rallying cries from politicians on what it means to be a citizen of the United. This paper strives to shatter some of those long held ideals and encourage an open dialogue of citizenship rights and denials throughout the history of the United States.
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The Black Book offers us the first attempt to determine, overall, the actual magnitude of. .
The Black Book offers us the first attempt to determine, overall, the actual magnitude of what occurred, by systematically detailing Leninism's "crimes, terror, and repression" from Russia in 1917 to Afghanistan in 1989. And the less familiar figures in Margolin's chapter on China's u Long March into Nightt" are even more staggering: at a minimum, 10 million "direct victims"; probably 20 million deaths out of the multitudes that passed through China's "hidden Gulag," the laogai; more than 20 million deaths from the "political famine" of the Great Leap Forward of 1959-1961, the. largest famine in history.
Soviet Sport: Background to the Olympics, Washington Mews Books (New York, NY) 1980
Soviet Sport: Background to the Olympics, Washington Mews Books (New York, NY) 1980. Adapter) George Morey, Soviet Union: The Land and Its People, MacDonald Educational (London, England), 1986, Silver Burdett Press (Morristown, NJ), 1987. Eastern Europe: The Lands and Their Peoples, Silver Burdett Press (Morristown, NJ), 1987.
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Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; 2nd Rev ed. edition (January 1, 1982)
Pages: 181 pages