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❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ From Stalin to Mao Albania and the Socialist World Author Elidor Mëhilli – Hostingencolombia.co Elidor Mëhilli has produced a groundbreaking history of communist Albania that illuminates one of Europe’s longest but least understood dictatorships From Stalin to Mao which is informed throughoutElidor Mëhilli has produced a groundbreaking history of communist Albania that illuminates one of Europe’s longest but least understood dictatorships From Stalin to Mao which is informed throughout by Mëhilli’s unprecedented access to previously restricted archives captures the powerful globalism of post 1945 socialism as well as the unintended conseuences of cross border exchanges from the Mediterranean to East Asia After a decade of vigorous borrowing from the Soviet Union―advisers factories school textbooks urban plans―Albania’s party cliue switched allegiance to China during the 1960s Sino Soviet conflict seeing in Mao’s patronage an opportunity to keep Stalinism alive Mëhilli shows how socialism created a shared transnational material and mental culture―still evident today around Eurasia―but it failed to generate political unity Combining an analysis of ideology with a sharp sense of geopolitics he brings into view Fascist Italy’s involvement in Albania then explores the country’s Eastern bloc entanglements the profound fascination with the Soviets and the contradictions of the dramatic anti Soviet turn Richly illustrated with never before published photographs From Stalin to Mao draws on a wealth of Albanian Russian German British Italian Czech and American archival sources in addition to fiction interviews and memoirs Mëhilli’s fresh perspective on the Soviet Chinese battle for the soul of revolution in the global Cold War also illuminates the paradoxes of state planning in the twentieth century.

Elidor Mëhilli has produced a groundbreaking history of communist Albania that illuminates one of Europe’s longest but least understood dictatorships From Stalin to Mao which is informed throughout by Mëhilli’s unprecedented access to previously restricted archives captures the powerful globalism of post 1945 socialism as well as the unintended conseuences of cross border exchanges from the Mediterranean to East Asia After a decade of vigorous borrowing from the Soviet Union―advisers factories school textbooks urban plans―Albania’s party cliue switched allegiance to China during the 1960s Sino Soviet conflict seeing in Mao’s patronage an opportunity to keep Stalinism alive Mëhilli shows how socialism created a shared transnational material and mental culture―still evident today around Eurasia―but it failed to generate political unity Combining an analysis of ideology with a sharp sense of geopolitics he brings into view Fascist Italy’s involvement in Albania then explores the country’s Eastern bloc entanglements the profound fascination with the Soviets and the contradictions of the dramatic anti Soviet turn Richly illustrated with never before published photographs From Stalin to Mao draws on a wealth of Albanian Russian German British Italian Czech and American archival sources in addition to fiction interviews and memoirs Mëhilli’s fresh perspective on the Soviet Chinese battle for the soul of revolution in the global Cold War also illuminates the paradoxes of state planning in the twentieth century.

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