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Who is Adam Ulam?
Adam Ulam: Adam Bruno Ulam was a Polish-American historian and political scientist at Harvard University. Ulam was one of the world's foremost authorities on Russia and the Soviet Union, and the author of twenty books and many articles.
- also known as Adam B. Ulam, Adam Bruno Ulam, Adam B Ulam
- born on (93 years ago) in Lviv
- ethnicity: Poles
- nationality: United States of America, Poland
- profession: Historian, political scientist, writer
- died on (15 years ago) in Boston of cancer, lung cancer
- written works: "A history of Soviet Russia", "Prophets and conspirators in prerevolutionary Russia", "In the name of the people", "Rivals: America and Russia since World War II", "Ideologies and illusions", "Les Bolcheviks", "The new face of Soviet totalitarianism", "Titoism and the Cominform", "Die Bolschewiki", "Understanding the Cold War", "The Russian political system", "The Kirov affair", "The communists", "Dangerous relations", "The fall of the American university", "The Bolsheviks", "The Unfinished Revolution", "Stalin: The Man and His Era"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Russian History)
- nominated to National Book Award for Biography - "Stalin: The Man and His Era"
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Encyclopedia of Politics (2005)
The Left and the Right by Rodney P. Carlisle
Adam Ulam, Titoism and the Cominform (Harvard University Press, 1952); Stephen Clissonold, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union 1939–73 ...
by Wojciech Roszkowski, Jan Kofman
Adam Ulam, Titoism and the Cominform (Cambridge, Mass., 1952); J. F. Brown, ...
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