The Pattern of Soviet Power

By: Snow, Edgar Parks

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Very Good/Good Condition: Unmarked page, age toning, tight binding. Book review (Dorothy Canfield) news clipping taped to an end page. Cover shows good color and minor storage wear, spine ends tipped in. Dustjacket shows moderate wear. Top edges stained blue show moderate soil. Hardcover book with dustjacket copy of The Pattern of Soviet Power by Edgar Parks Snow (1905-1972). New York: Random House, 1945. First printing. Random House Wartime Book: It is manufactured under emergency conditions and complies with the government's request to conserve essential materials in every possible way. xii, 219 pages, plates, portraits, map endpapers. 5-3/8 x 8-1/8 inches, 21 cm. From the dustjacket: Now that the war in Europe is over and the struggle in the Pacific is entering its decisive stage, it becomes more and more urgent that Russia's aim in the post war world should be more clearly understood. Edgar Snow here interprets the actualities and aspirations of Soviet Russia's role in Europe and world. In terse, brilliant and evocative language, he outlines the reasons for Russia's insistence upon secure European and Asiatic borders. He reports, from first hand observation, the program the Soviets have formulated in Poland, the Balkans, Germany andn on their Mongolian frontier. Indisputably one of the best informed of our foreign correspondents, Edgar Snow provides a direct reply to the casual critics of a country and a people that stemmed the tide of Fascism.

Title: The Pattern of Soviet Power

Author/Composer: Snow, Edgar Parks

Categories: History World,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Random House: 1945

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: 002590

Keywords: Literature Nonfiction, Soviet Union Foreign Relations, Soviet Union Politics and Government, Communism Russia, Edgar Parks Snow,