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WARRINER, Doreen

Title Revolution in Eastern Europe.
Publisher London Turnstile Press
Date 1950
Book ID 32467
First Edition  

Description

With xv+188pp. three maps, 6 tables, indices. A very nice bright copy in original unclipped dust-wrapper. Loosely enclosed newspaper cutting (c. 1947) on 'Marshal Tito's Pact with the Bulgarians'. A very good copy. Doreen Agnes Rosemary Julia Warriner (1904-1972) OBE was a development economist. She is now known for her role in rescuing refugees just before and during World War II. In December 1938, Warriner started her work in Prague as a British Committee for Refugees from Czechoslovakia representative. She was previously best known as a specialist and authority on peasant farming. writing both before and after WWII on rural and agrarian problems in Eastern Europe. She spent a year in Yugoslavia in the 1930s working for U.N.N.R.A.. The present book concerns the social and economic revolution as experienced in post-war Eastern Europe.
Price: £30.00