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Who is Alexander Dallin?
Alexander Dallin was an American historian, political scientist, and international relations scholar at Columbia University, where he was the Adlai Stevenson Professor of International Relations and the director of the Russian Institute, and at Stanford University, where he was the Raymond A. Spruance Professor of International History and served as Director for the Center for Russian and East European Studies.
- born on (91 years ago) in Berlin, child of David Dallin
- nationality: United States of America
- education: PhD (History) at Columbia University, graduated in
- died on (15 years ago) in Stanford
- written works: "Deutsche Herrschaft in Russland, 1941-1945", "The German occupation of the USSR in World War II", "Odessa, 1941-1944", "The Kaminsky Brigade, 1941-1944", "Soviet politics since Khrushchev", "Soviet conduct in world affairs", "Politics in the Soviet Union", "German rule in Russia, 1941-1945", "The Soviet Union at the United Nations", "The Khrushchev and Brezhnev Years", "Diversity in international communism", "Political terror in communist systems", "Whatever happened to world revolution?", "Gorbachev Era"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Russian History)
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by John E. Jessup
Alexander Dallin, ed., The Khrushchev and Brezhnev Years (1992). British Guiana. See Guyana. Brown, H. "Rap" (Hubert Gerald Brown). (b. 4 October 1943) Brown became the leader of the ...
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