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HIST2002 Bibliography: S

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Authors with last name beginning with S

Sachs, Harvey, The Ninth:  Beethoven and the World of 1824 (New York, New York:  Random House, 2010), pp. 240.

 

Saint Bris, Gonzague, translated from the French by George Holoch, Lafayette:  Hero of the American Revolution (New York, New York:  Pegasus Books, 2012), pp. 354.

 

Satter, David, It Was a Long Time Ago, and It Never Happened Anyway:  Russia and the Communist Past (New Haven, CT.; Yale University Press, 2012), pp. 383.

 

Schneer, Jonathan, The Balfour Declaration:  The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (New York, New York:  Random House, 2010), pp. 464.

 

Saffron, Inga, Caviar:  The Strange History and Uncertain Future of the World’s Most Coveted Delicacy (New York, New York:  Broadway Books, 2002), pp. 270.

 

Saikal, Amin, The Rise and Fall of the Shah [of Iran.]  (Princeton, N.J.;  Princeton University Press, 1980), pp. 279.  Also see:  Forbis, William H.;  Hiro, Dilip;  Sciolino, Elaine;  Shawcross, William;  and Taheri, Amir.

 

Salisbury, Harrison E., The 900 Days:  The Siege of Leningrad, [September 1941 to January 1944.]  (New York, New York:  Harper & Row, Publishers, 1969), pp. 635.  Also see:  Barbier, M. K.;  Berkhoff, Karel C.;  Beschloss, Michael;  Blair, Clay;  Budiansky, Stephen;  Bukey, Evan Burr;  Chaney, Otto Preston;  Corum, James S.;  Deighton, Len;  Dupuy, Trevor N.;  Glantz, David M.;  Harman, Nicholas;  Irving, David;  Kershaw, Ian;  Leckie, Robert;  Murray, Williamson;  Overy, Richard;  Paxton, Robert O.;  Price, Morgan; Salisbury, Harrison E.;  Shirer, William L.;  Smith, Bradley F.;  Spector, Ronald H.;  Tarling, Nicholas;  Taylor, A. J. P.;  Weinberg, Gerhard L.;  Werth, Alexander;  and Ziemke, Earl F.

 

_____, Black Night, White Snow:  Russia’s Revolutions, 1905-1917 (New York, New York:  Da Capo Press, Inc., 1977), pp. 746.  Also see:  Figes, Orlando;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Pipes, Richard;  Volkogonov, Dmitrii;  and Wolfe, Bertram.

 

Samuels, Peggy, Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan:  The Making of a President (College Station, TX.;  Texas    A & M University Press, 1997), pp. 374.  Also see:  Collier, Peter, et al.;  Freidel, Frank;  Miller, Nathan;  Morris, Edmund;  and Trask, David F.

 

Sandburg, Carl, Abraham Lincoln:  The Prairie Years and the War Years (Norwalk, CT.;  The Easton Press, 1966), pp. 387.  Also see:  Jordan, Donaldson;  Farwell, Byron;  Fishel, Edwin C.;  Foote, Shelby;  Marszalek, John;  Mc Feely, William S.;  Mc Pherson, James M.;  Newell, Clayton R.;  Taylor, John M.;  and Willis, Brian Steel.

 

Sanders, Ronald, The High Walls of Jerusalem:  A History of the Balfour Declaration and the Birth of the British Mandate for Palestine (New York, New York:  Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983), pp. 746  Also see:  Anscombe, Frederick;  Aronson, Michael I.;  Baker, James A.;  Brown, Carl L.;  Coll, Steve;  Finklestone, Joseph;  Heller, Joseph;  Herzog, Chaim;  Lacy, Robert;  Macfie, A. L.;  Monk, Daniel B.;  Morris, Benny;  Oren, Michael B.;  Rashid, Ahmed;  Sanders, Ronald;  Shalom, Zaki;  Shultz, George P.;  and Wallach, Janet. 

 

Saul, Norman E., Sailors in Revolt:  The Russian Baltic Fleet in 1917 (Lawrence, KS.;  The Regents Press of Kansas, 1978), pp. 312.  Also see:  Abraham, Richard;  Figes, Orlando;  Katkov, George;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Pipes, Richard;  and Schapiro, Leonard.

 

Scarisbrick, J. J., The Reformation and the English People, [1532-1559.]  (Oxford, U.K.;  Blackwell, 1984), pp. 203.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Dickens, A. G.;  Erickson, Carolly;  Fraser, Antonia;  Guy, John;  Haig, Christopher;  Lehmberg, Stanford;  Mac Caffrey, Wallace;  Manning, Roger B.;  Parker, Kenneth L.;  Parker, Thomas H. L.;  Parker, Thomas M.;  Ridley, Jasper;  Searle, Graham W.;  Solt, Leo F;  Starkey, David;  and Wooding, Lucy E. C. 

 

Schapiro, Leonard, The Russian Revolution of 1917:  The Origins of Modern Communism (New York, New York:  Basic Books, Inc., 1984), pp. 239.  Also see:  Abraham, George;  Figes, Orlando;  Katkov, George; Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Pipes, Richard;  Saul, Norman E.;  Spence, Richard B.;  and  Volkogonov, Dmitrii.

 

Schecter, Jerrold and Leona, Sacred Secrets:  How Soviet Intelligence Operations Changed American History (Washington, D.C.;  Brassey’s Inc., 2002), pp. 403.  Also see:  Andrew, Christopher;  Bamford, James;  Barron, John;  Beschloss, Michael;  Bowker, Mike;  Brown, Anthony Cave;  Bush, George H. W.;  Corson, William R.;  Crosier, Brian;  Deriabin, Peter;  Dobrynin, Anatoly;  Gambone, Michael D.;  Gorlizki, Yoram;  Hingley, Ronald;  Knight, Amy;  Matlock, Jack F. Jr.;  Persico, Joseph E.;  Rhoer, Edward Van Der;  Schecter, Jerrold;  Schweizer, Peter;  Shultz, George P.;  Spence, Richard B.;  Talbot, Strobe;  Sudoplatov, Pavel;  Vlavianos, Haris;  Volkogonov, Dmitrii;  Wise, David;  and Zubok, Vladislav.

 

Scheina, Robert L., Santa Anna:  A Curse Upon Mexico, [1794-1876.] (Washington, D.C.;  Brassey’s Inc., 2002), pp. 116.  Also see:  Adams, Jerome R.;  Archer, Christian I.;  Bauer, K. Jack;  Dulles, John W. F.;  Garner, Paul H.;  Johnson, John J.;  Lynch, John;   Scheina, Robert L.;  Turner, Frederick C.;  and Wood, Michael.

 

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., The Age of Jackson (Boston, MA.;  Little, Brown and Company, 1989), pp. 577.  Also see:  Chernow, Ron;  Fischer, David Hackett;  Flexner, James Thomas;  Mc Cullough, David; Randall, Willard Stone;  and Remini, Robert.

 

Schoeck, Richard J., Erasmus of Europe:  The Making of a Humanist, 1467-1500 (Baltimore, ML.;  Barnes & Noble, 1990), pp. 311.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Erasmus, Desiderius;  and More, Thomas.

 

Schom, Alan, One Hundred Days:  Napoleon’s Road to Waterloo, [1815.]  (New York, New York:  Atheneum, 1992), pp. 398.  Also see:  Asprey, Robert;  Castelot, André;  Chandler, David;  Elting, John R.;  Geyl, Peter;  Lefebvre, Georges;  Meyerson, Daniel;  Muir, Rory;  Roberts, Andrew;  Thompson,  J. M.;  Weider, Ben; and Hamilton-Williams, David.   

 

_____, Napoleon Bonaparte, [1769-1821.]  (New York, New York:  Harper Collins Publishers, 1997), pp.  888.  Also see:  Ditto, see above listings under, Schom, Alan.

 

Schroeder, Paul W., Metternich’s Diplomacy at its Zenith, 1820-1823 (Austin, TX.;  University of Texas Press, 1962), pp. 292.  Also see:  Bagdasarian, Nicholas Der;  Barany, George;  Beller, Steven;  Blanning, T. C. W.;  Bridge, F. R.;  Browning, Reed;  Cecil, Lamar;  Craig, Gordon A.;  Crankshaw, Edward;  Lincoln, W. Bruce.  Listowel, Judith;  Palmer, Alan;  Rosselli, John;  and Solomon, Maynard.

 

Schuyler, Eugene, Peter the Great Emperor of Russia, [1672-1725.]:  A Study of Historical Biography (New York, New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1884), volume I, pp. 445;  volume II, pp. 560.  Also see:  Anderson, M. S.;  Burnet, Gilbert;  Bushkovitch, Paul;  Chance, James F.;  Cracraft, James;  Cross, Anthony;  Douglas, Hugh;  Duffy, Christopher;  Grey, Ian;  Hatton, Ragnhild M.;  Hughes, Lindsey;  Jonge, Alex de;  Klyuchevsky, Vasilii O.;  Massie, Robert K.;  Moulton, James R.;  Raeff, Marc;  Rothstein, Andrew;  Troyat, Henri;  and Wills, Rebecca.

 

Schwarzenfeld, Gertrude von, Charles V, Father of Europe, [1500-1558.] (Chicago, IL.;  Regency Co., 1957), pp. 306.  Also see:  Arnold, Thomas F.;  Fernández-Armesto, Felipe;  Fernández, Alvarez Manuel;  Kamen, Henry; Martin, Colin;  Pierson, Peter;  Richardson, Glen;  Searle, Graham W.;  and Thompson, James W.

 

Schweizer, Peter, Reagan’s War:  The Epic Story of His Forty-Four Year Struggle and Final Triumph Over Communism (New York, New York:  Doubleday, 2002), pp. 368.  Also see:  Bamford, James;  Beschloss, Michael;  Bowker, Mike;  Brown, Anthony Cave;  Bush, George H. W.;  Cannon, Lou;  Crozier, Brian;  Ford, Gerald R.;  Gambone, Michael D.;  Gorlizki, Yoram;  Matlock, Jack F. Jr.;  Noonan, Peggy;  Persico, Joseph;  Reagan, Ronald W.;  Schecter, Jerrold;  Shultz, George P.;   Sudoplatov, Pavel;  Talbot, Strobe;  Vlavianos, Haris;  Wise, David;  Wright, Peter;  and Zubok, Vladislav.

 

Sciolino, Elaine, Persian Mirrors:  The Elusive Face of Iran (New York, New York:  The Free Press, 2000), pp. 402.  Also see:  Forbis, William H.;  Hiro, Dilip;  Saikal, Amin;  Shawcross, William;  and Taheri, Amir.

 

Scott, Hamish M., British Foreign Policy in the Age of the American Revolution (New York, New York:  Oxford University Press, 1990), pp. 377.  Chernow, Ron;  Conway, Stephan;  Fischer, David Hackett;  Flexner, James Thomas;  Hibbert, Christopher;  Isaacson, Walter;  Mc Cullough, David;  Randall, Willard Sterne;  Shy, John;  Thomas, Peter David;  and Wood, Gordon S.

 

Searle, Graham W., The [Catholic] Counter Reformation, [1534-1593.]  (London, U.K.;  University of London Pres, 1974), pp. 189.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Fernández-Armesto, Filipe;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Dickens, A. G.;  Erickson, Carolly;  Fraser, Antonia;  Guy, John;  Haig, Christopher;  Lehmberg, Stanford E.;  Mac Caffrey, Wallace;  Manning, Roger B.;  Martin, Colin;  Parker, Kenneth L.;  Parker, Thomas H. L.;  Parker, Thomas M.;  Scarisbrick, J. J.;  Schwarzenfeld;  Solt, Leo F.;  Starkey, David;  and Thompson, James W.     

 

Seaton, Albert, The Crimean War, [1854-1856], A Russian Chronicle (New York, New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1977), pp. 232.  Also see:  Barker, A. J.;  Curtiss, John S.;  Graham, Stephen;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Palmer, Alan;  Royle, Trevor;  Seaton, Albert;  and Wetzel, David.     

 

Sedgwick, Henry D., Henry of Navarre [King of France, 1553-1610.]  (Indianapolis, IN.;  Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1930), pp. 324.  Also see:  Marvick, Elizabeth W.;  and Thompson, James W.

 

Seward, Desmond, Prince of the Renaissance:  The Life of Francois I [King of France, 1494-1547.]  (London, U.K;  Constable, 1973), pp. 264.  Also see:  Armstrong, James;  Arnold, Thomas F.;  Brotton, Jeremy;  Burckhardt, Jacob;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Elmer, Peter;  Erlanger, Rachel;  Ferraro, Joanne M.;  Gregorovius, Ferdinand;  Grendler, Paul F.;  Hale, John;  Hook, Judith;  Kekewich, Lucille;  Knecht, Robert J.;  Kuehn, Thomas;  Levi, Anthony;  Machiavelli, Niccoló;  Martines, Lauro;  Richardson, Glenn;  Ridley, Jasper;  Seward, Desmond;  Starkey, David;  Thompson, James W.;  Trease, Geoffrey;  and Whitlock, Keith.

 

Shalom, Zaki, David Ben-Gurion, the State of Israel, and the Arab World, 1949-1956 (Sussex, U.K.;  Sussex Academic Press, 2002), pp. 216.  Also see:  Anscombe, Frederick;  Aronson, Michael I.;  Baker, James A.;  Brown, Carl L.;  Coll, Steve;  Donovan, Robert J.;  Finklestone, Joseph;  Heller, Joseph;  Herzog, Chaim;  Lacy, Robert;  Macfie, A. L.;  Monk, Daniel B.;  Morris, Benny;  Oren, Michael B.;  Rashid, Ahmed;  Sanders, Ronald;  Shultz, George P.;  and Wallach, Janet. 

 

Shawcross, William, The Shah’s Last Ride:  The Fate of an Ally (New York, New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1988), pp. 463.  Also see:  Forbis, William H.;  Hiro, Dilip;  Saikal, Amin;  Sciolino, Elaine;  and Taheri, Amir.

 

Shennan, J. H., Philippe, Duke of Orléans:  Regent of France, 1713-1723 (London, U.K.;  Thames and Hudson, L.T.D., 1979), pp. 191.  Also see:  Barker, Nancy;  Bernier, Olivier;  Hurt, John J.;  Kamen, Henry;  Lewis, Norman;  Lynn, John;  Michael, Prince of Greece;  and Ranum, Orest A. 

 

Shirer, William L., The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich:  A History of Nazi Germany (New York, New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1960), pp. 1,245.  Also see:  Barbier, M. K.;  Berkhoff, Karel C.;  Beschloss, Michael;  Blair, Clay;  Budiansky, Stephen;  Bukey, Evan Burr;  Corum, James S.;  Deighton, Len;  Dupuy, Trevor N.;  Harman, Nicholas;  Irving, David;  Kershaw, Ian;  Leckie, Robert;  Murray, Williamson;  Paxton, Robert O.;  Price, Morgan;  Smith, Bradley F.;  Spector, Ronald H.;  Tarling, Nicholas;  Taylor, A. J. P.;  and Weinberg, Gerhard. 

 

_____, The Nightmare Years, 1930-1940, 20th Century Journey:  A Memoir of a Life and Times (New York, New York:  Little, Brown and Company, 1984), volume II, pp. 654. 

 

Showalter, Dennis E., [The Battle of] Tannenburg:  Clash of Empires, [Russia and Germany, August 1914.] (Hamden, CT.;  Archon Books, 1991), pp. 419.  Also see:  Asprey, Robert;  Barlow, Ima C.;  De Groot, Gerard;  Gilbert, Martin;  Groom, Winston;  Hall, Richard;  Heyman, Neil M.;  Howard, Michael;  Keegan, John;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Mac Donald, Lynn;  Mc Queen, Humphrey;  Massie, Robert K.;  and Stone, Norman. 

 

Shukman, Harold (ed.), Stalin’s Generals (New York, New York:  Grove Press, 1993), pp. 394.  Also see:                Bullock, Alan;  Gorlizki, Yoram;  Jonge, Alex de;  Kershaw, Ian;  Medvedev, Roy A.;                Montefiore, Simon Sebag;  Tolstoy, Nikolai;  and Volkogonov, Dmitrii.

 

Shultz, George P., Turmoil and Triumph:  My Years as Secretary of State, [1982-1988.]  (New York, New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1993), pp. 1,184.  Also see:  Baker, James A.;  Bamford, James;  Beschloss, Michael;  Bowker, Mike;  Brown, Anthony Cave;  Bush, George H. W.;  Cannon, Lou;  Crozier, Brian;  Gambone, Michael D.;  Matlock, Jack F. Jr.;  Noonan, Peggy;  Persico, Joseph E.;  Reagan, Ronald W.;  Schecter, Jerrold;  Schweizer, Peter;  Talbot, Strobe;  Sudoplatov, Pavel;  Wise, David;  Wright, Peter;  and Zubok, Vladislav.

 

Shy, John, A People Numerous & Armed:  Reflections on the Military Struggle for American Independence (New York, New York:  Oxford University Press, 1976), pp. 304.  Also see:  Chernow, Ron;  Conway, Stephen;  Fischer, David Hackett;  Flexner, James Thomas;  Hibbert, Christopher;  Isaacson, Walter;  Mc Cullough, David;  Randall, Willard Sterns;  Scott, Hamish M.;  Thomas, Peter David;  and Wood, Gordon S.

 

Simon, Edith, Luther Alive:  Martin Luther and the Making of the [Protestant]Reformation, [1483-1546.] (Garden City, New York:  Doubleday, Inc., 1968), pp. 371.  Also see:  Bouwsma, William James;  Janelle, Pierre;  and Parker, Thomas H. L.

 

Simons, Eric N., Henry VII, the First Tudor King, [1457-1509.]  (New York, New York:  Barnes & Noble, 1968), pp. 322.  Also see:  Guy, John;  Lockyer, Roger;  Ridley, Jasper;  and Starkey, David.

 

Smith, Bradley F., Sharing Secrets With Stalin:  How the Allies Traded Intelligence, 1941-1945 (Lawrence, KS.;  University of Kansas Press, 1996), pp. 307.  Also see:  Barbier, M. K.;  Berkhoff, Karel C.;  Beschloss, Michael;  Blair, Clay;  Budiansky, Stephen;  Bukey, Evan Burr;  Corum, James S.;  Deighton, Len;  Dupuy, Trevor N.;  Harman, Nicholas;  Irving, David;  Kershaw, Ian;  Leckie, Robert;  Murray, Williamson;  Paxton, Robert O.;  Price, Morgan;  Shirer, William L.;  Spector, Ronald H.;  Tarling, Nicholas;  and Weinberg, Gerhard. 

 

Smith, Denis Mack, Mussolini, [Fascist Dictator of Italy, 1883-1945.]  (New York, New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1982), pp. 429.

 

_____, Cavour: [The Man Who United Italy, 1810-1861.]  (London, U.K.;  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983), pp. 294.

 

Smith, E. A., George IV, [1762-1830.]  (New Haven, CT.;  Yale University Press, 1999), pp. 306.  Also see:  Derry, John;  Hibbert, Christopher;  Reilly, Robin;  Somerset, Anne;  and Thomas, Peter David G.

 

Smith, H. Maynard, Henry VIII and the Reformation (New York, New York:  Russell & Russell, Inc., 1962), pp. 408.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Beckingsale;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Crabites, Pierre;  Dobbs, Madeleine, H;  Elton, Geoffrey, R.;  Guy, John;  Lockyer, Roger;  Mc Conica, James K.;  Moore, Thomas M.;  Richardson, Glenn;  Ridley, Jasper;  Simons, Eric;  Smith, Lacy Baldwin;  Starkey, David;  and Williams, Neville.

 

Smith, Helmut W., The Butcher’s Tale:  Murder and Anti-Semitism in a German Town (New York, New York:  W.W. Norton & Company, 2002), pp. 270.  Also see:  Aronson, Michael I.;  Barron, Salo W.;  and Rapoport, Louis.

 

Smith, Lacey Baldwin, Henry VIII:  The Mask Of Royalty, [1491-1547.]  (London, U.K.;  Jonathan Cape, L.T.D., 1971), pp. 328.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Beckingsale, B. W.;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Crabites, Pierre;  Dobbs, Madeleine H.;  Elton, Geoffrey R.;  Guy, John;  Lockyer, Roger;  Mc Conica, James K.;  More, Thomas M.;  Richardson, Glenn;  Ridley, Jasper;  Simons, Eric;  Smith, H. Maynard;  Starkey, David;  and Williams, Neville. 

 

Snyder, Louis L., The Blood and Iron Chancellor:  A Documentary Biography of Otto von Bismarck, [1815-1898.] (Princeton, N.J.;  Van Nauseated, 1967), pp. 423.  Also see:  Bagdasarian, Nicholas Der;  Cecil, Lamar;  Craig, Gordon;  Crankshaw, Edward;  Darmstaeder, Friedrich;  Dupuy, Trevor;  Eyck, Brian;  Fischer-Fabian S.;  Feuchtwanger, Edgar;  Kennan, George;  Medlicott, William N.;  Mitchell, Alan;  Pottinger, Anne E.;  Ritter, Gerhard;  Snyder, Louis;  Waller, Bruce;  Wawro, Geoffrey;  and Wetzel, David. 

 

Solomon, Maynard, Beethoven, [1770-1827.]  (New York, New York:  Schirmer Books, 1998), pp. 554, second revised edition.  Also see:  Heartz, Daniel;  and Rosselli, John. 

 

Solt, Leo F., Church and State in Early Modern England, 1509-1640 (New York, New York:  Oxford University Press, 1990), pp. 272.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter; Cohn, Henry J.;  Dickens, A. G.;  Erickson, Carolly;  Fraser, Antonia;  Guy, John;  Haig, Christopher;  Lehmberg, Stanford E.;  Mac Caffrey, Wallace;  Manning, Roger B.;  Parker, Kenneth L.;  Parker, Thomas H. L.;  Parker, Thomas M.;  Ridley, Jasper;  Scarisbrick, J. J.;  Searle, Graham W.;  Starkey, David;  and Wooding, Lucy E. C.

 

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander I., translated from the Russian by Harry Willetts, The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956:  An Experiment in Literary Investigation (New York, New York:  Harper & Row, Publishers, 1974), volume I, pp. 660.  Also see:  Applebaum, Anne;  and Volkogonov, Dmitrii.

 

_____, translated from the Russian by Thomas P. Whitney, The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956:  The Destructive Labor Camps, the Soul and Barbed Wire (New York, New York:  Harper & Row, Publishers, 1975), volume II, pp. 712.  Ditto, see the above listings under, Solzhenitsyn, Alexander I.

 

_____, translated from the Russian by Harry Willetts, The Gulag Archipelago, Katorga Exile:  Stalin is No More (New York, New York:  Harper & Row, Publishers, 1976), volume III, pp. 558.  Ditto, see the above listings.    

 

Somerset, Anne, The Life and Times of William IV [King of England, 1756-1837.] (London, U.K.;   Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1980), pp. 223.  Also see:  Derry, John;  Hibbert, Christopher;  Reilly, Robin;   Smith, E. A.;  and Thomas, Peter David G.

 

Soucy, Robert, French Fascism:  The First Wave, 1924-1933 (New Haven, CT.;  Yale University Press, 1986), volume I, pp. 276.  Also see:   Howson, Gerald;  Preston, Paul;  and Weintraub, Stanley.

 

_____, French Fascism:  The Second Wave, 1933-1939 (New Haven, CT.;  Yale University Press. 1995), volume II, pp. 352.  Ditto, see the above listings under Soucy, Robert.

 

Spector, Ronald H., The Eagle Against the Sun:  The American War With Japan, [1941-1945.]  (New York, New York:  The Free Press, 1985), pp. 598.  Also see:  Barbier, M. K.;  Berkhoff, Karel C.;    Beschloss, Michael;  Bix, Herbert P.;  Blair, Clay;  Budiansky, Stephen;  Bukey, Evan Burr;  Chaney, Otto Preston;  Corum, James S.;  Deighton, Len;  Dupuy, Trevor N.;  Glantz, David M.;  Harman, Nicholas;  Irving, David;  Kershaw, Ian;  Leckie, Robert;  Murray, Williamson;  Overy, Richard;  Paxton, Robert O.;  Price, Morgan;  Salisbury Harrison E.;  Shirer, William L.;  Smith, Bradley F.;  Tarling, Nicholas;  Taylor, A. J. P.;  Weinberg, Gerhard;  Werth, Alexander;  and Ziemke, Earl F.    

 

Spence, Richard B., Trust No One:  The Secret World of Sidney Reilly:  [Master Spy.]  (Los Angles, CA.;  Feral House, 2002), pp. 527.  Also see:  Andrew, Christopher;  Barron, John;  Corson, William R.;  Deriabin, Peter;  Figes, Orlando;  Foglesong, David S.;  Hingley, Ronald;  Knight, Amy;  Pipes, Richard;  Rhoer, Edward Van Der;  Ridley, Jasper;  Schecter, Jerrold;  Sudoplatov, Pavel;  and Wise, David

 

Sperber, Jonathan, The European Revolutions of 1848-1851 (Cambridge, N.Y.;  Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 282.  Also see:  Beach, Vincent, Edward;  Beik, Paul Harold;  Sperber, Jonathan;  and Stearns, Peter N.

 

Stachura, Peter D., Poland Between Wars, 1918-1939 (New York, New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1998), pp.  153.   Also see:  Jedrzejewiez, Waclaw;  Kurski, Jaroslaw;  Read, Anthony;  Trotter, William R.;  and Weigel, George.

 

Stansky, Peter, [Prime Minister William E.] Gladstone:  A Progress in Politics, [1809-1898.]  (Boston, MA.;  Little, Brown and Company, 1979), pp. 201.  Also see:  Bradford, Sarah;  Jenkins, Roy;  and Wilson, A. N.

 

Starkey, David, Six Wives:  The Queens of Henry VIII (New York, New York:  Harper Collins Publishers, 2003), pp. 852.  Also see:  Ackroyd, Peter;  Armstrong, Edward;  Arnold, Thomas;  Beckingsale, B. W.;  Burckhardt, Jacob;  Cohn, Henry J.;  Crabites, Pierre;  Dobbs, Madeline H.;  Elton, Geoffrey R.;  Erlanger, Rachel;  Gregorovius, Ferdinand;  Guy, John;  Hale, John;  Hook, Judith;  Knecht, Robert J.;  Lockyer, Roger;  Mac Caffrey, Wallace;  Machiavelli, Niccolò;  Mc Conica, James K.;  More, Thomas;  Richardson, Glenn;  Searle, Graham W.;  Seward, Desmond;  Simons, Eric;  Smith, Lacy Baldwin;  Smith, H. Maynard;  Thompson, James W.;  Trease, Geoffrey;  and Williams, Neville.

 

Stearns, Peter N., The European Revolutions of 1848 (London, U.K.;  Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1974), pp.  278.  Also see:  Beach, Vincent Edward;  Beik, Paul Harold;  Pinkney, Jonathan;  and Sperber, Jonathan.

 

Steinberg, Mark D. and Vladimir M. Khrustalëv, The Fall of the Romanovs:  Political Dreams and Personal Struggles in a Time of Revolution (New Haven, CT.;  Yale University Press, 1995), pp. 444.  Also see:  Massie, Robert K.;  Perry, John C.;  and Radzinsky, Edvard

 

Stone, Norman, The Eastern Front, 1914-1917 (New York, New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1975), pp.   348.  Also see:  Asprey, Robert;  Barlow, Ima C.;  Bush, Eric W.;  De Groot, Gerard;  Gilbert, Martin;  Groom, Winston;  Hall, Richard;  Heyman, Neil M.;  Howard, Michael;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  Mac Donald, Lynn;  Mc Queen, Humphrey;  Massie, Robert K.;  and Showalter, Dennis E. 

 

Strafford, David, Roosevelt and Churchill: Men of Secrets (New York, New York:  The Overlook Press, 2000), pp. 359.  Also see:  Collier, Peter;  Hume, James C.;  Keegan, John;  Jenkins, Roy;  Lamb, Richard;  Lukacs, John;  and Manchester, William.

 

Sudoplatov, Pavel and Anatoli Sudoplatov, with Jerrold L. and Leona Schecter, Special Task:  The Memoirs of an Unwanted Witness—A Soviet Spy Master (New York, New York:  Little, Brown & Company, 1994), pp. 509.  Also see:  Andrew, Christopher;  Bamford, James;  Barron, John;  Beschloss, Michael;  Bowker, Mike;  Brown, Anthony Cave;  Bush, George H. W.;  Corson, William R.; Crozier, Brian;  Dobrynin, Anatoly;  Gambone, Michael D.;  Gorlizki, Yoram;  Hingley, Ronald;  Knight, Amy;  Persico, Joseph E.;  Rhoer, Edward Van Der;  Schecter, Jerrold;  Schweizer, Peter;  Shultz, George;  Talbot, Strobe;  Vlavianos, Haris;  Wise, David;  Wright, Peter;  and Zubok, Vladislav.    

 

Swain, Geoffrey, The Origins of the Russian Civil War (New York, New York:  Longman Group, L.T.D., 1996), pp. 296.  Also see:  Figes, Orlando;  Lincoln, W. Bruce;  and Pipes, Richard.

 

Schweizer, Peter, and Rochelle Schweizer, The Bushes:  Portrait of a Dynasty (New York, New York:  Doubleday, 2004), pp. 574.

 

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