Recent Releases from the Donald W. Treadgold Studies
Since 1994, the Ellison Center has published the Treadgold Papers, a series of occasional short monographs on topics related to the REECA region. This series is now published in conjunction with University of Washington Press.
The Legacy of Tolstoy: Alexandra Tolstoy and the Soviet Regime in the 1920s
by Robert Croskey (2009)
The Legacy of Tolstoy
Drawing on extensive research in Russian archives, Robert Croskey examines how Alexandra Tolstoy, the youngest daughter of Russian writer Lev (Leo) Tolstoy, sought to preserve the work of her father after the Bolshevik Revolution in October 1917. Best known as the founder and lifelong president of the Tolstoy Foundation in New York, where she worked to assist Russian émigrés, Alexandra Tolstoy was determined to maintain her family's estate at Iasnaia Poliana as a museum and living memorial to her father's ideals; in addition, she was involved with the Tolstoy museums in Moscow and in preparing her father's manuscripts for publication. Croskey shows how Tolstoy's daughter drew upon patronage networks to sustain Iasnaia Poliana as ideologically hostile winds blew around her, and how and why a precarious accommodation with the Bolshevik government broke down. The story culminates with her emigration from Soviet Russia in 1929, when she was forty-five.
University of Washington Press, ISBN 0-295-98877-1, $22.50
War in a European Borderland: Occupations and Occupation Plans in Galicia and Ukraine, 1914-1918
by Mark Von Hagen (2007)
War in a European Borderland
War in a European Borderland examines the many regime changes that took place in occupied Ukraine during World War I. The decimation of people living between Austria-Hungary and the Russian empire - specifically Poles, Jews, Ukrainians, Belorussians, and the population of the Baltic states - extended to the destruction of their homeland as well, where most of the fighting occurred. Mark von Hagen looks at the main occupations of Galicia and Bukovyna between 1914 and 1918 and traces the similarities among the various occupying forces as well as the important differences that shaped the individual regimes. War in a European Borderland provides vital historical background to current events in Ukraine, and offers lessons on the problems faced by occupying powers. Further, the problems of the past remain sadly relevant for occupied civilian populations today.
University of Washington Press, ISBN 0-295-98753-7, $22.50
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