Peer-Review-Publikationen seit 2014

Bücher:

  • Peter Ruggenthaler, The Concept of Neutrality in Stalinʼs Foreign Policy, 1945-53. Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Lanham et al. 2015.
  • Wolfram Dornik u.a. (Hg.), The Emergence of Ukraine. Self-Determination, Occupation, and War in Ukraine, 1917–1922, Edmonton – Toronto 2015.
  • Csaba Békés – László Borhi – Peter Ruggenthaler – Ottmar Traşcă, Soviet Occupation of Romania, Hungary, and Austria 1944/45–1948/49. Budapest – New York 2015.
  • Günter Bischof, Stefan Karner und Barbara Stelzl-Marx (Hg.), The Vienna Summit and Its Importance in International History. The Harvard Cold War studies book series, Lanham – Boulder – New York – Toronto – Plymouth 2014.

 

Artikel:

  • Dieter Bacher, Der Freund meines Feindes ist mein Feind. Die Kommunistische Partei Österreichs im Visier amerikanischer und britischer Nachrichtendienste 1945–1955, in: Jahrbuch für Historische Kommunismusforschung 2016. Berlin 2016, S. 163–180.
  • Barbara Stelzl-Marx, Soviet Children of Occupation in Austria: The historical, political and social background and its consequences, in: European Review of History. Revue européene d’histoire, Vol. 22, Nr. 2, April 2015, S. 277–291.
  • Dieter Bacher – Philipp Lesiak, Frauenschicksale am Eisernen Vorhang. Die tschechisch-österreichische Grenze zwischen 1948 und 1963, in: Ulrich Mählert u. a. (Hg.), Jahrbuch für Historische Kommunismusforschung 2015. Berlin 2015, S. 113–122.
  • Olʼga Pavlenko – Peter Ruggenthaler, Recent Studies on the 1989 Revolutions in Eastern Europe and on the Demise of the Soviet Union, in: Contemporary European History 24/1 (2015). Cambridge University Press, S. 139–150.
  • Dieter Bacher, Austrian „spies“ in the Early Cold War. The recruitment of Austrian citizens by foreign intelligence services in Austria from 1945 to 1953, in: Wladyslaw Bulhak – Thomas Wegener Friis (Hg.), Need to Know. Eastern and Western Perspectives. Odense 2014, S. 229–244.
  • Peter Ruggenthaler, Neutrality for Germany or Stabilization of the Eastern Bloc? New Evidence on the Decision-Making Process of the Stalin Note, in: Mark Kramer – Vít Smetana (Hg.), Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain: The Cold War in East-Central Europe, 1945–1989. Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Lanham 2014, S. 149–170.
  • Peter Ruggenthaler, On the Significance of Austrian Neutrality for Soviet Foreign Policy under Nikita S. Khrushchev, in: Günter Bischof – Stefan Karner – Barbara Stelzl-Marx (Hg.), The Vienna Summit and its Importance in International History. Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Lanham 2014, S. 329–348.
  • Barbara Stelzl-Marx, Two Days of Drama: Preparation and Execution of the Vienna Summit, in: Günter Bischof – Stefan Karner – Barbara Stelzl-Marx (Hg.), The Vienna Summit and Its Importance in International History. The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series, Lanham 2014, S. 267–290.
  • Günter Bischof – Stefan Karner – Barbara Stelzl-Marx, Introduction: The Vienna Summit and Its Importance in International History, in: Günter Bischof – Stefan Karner – Barbara Stelzl-Marx (Hg.), The Vienna Summit and Its Importance in International History. The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series. Lanham – Boulder – New York – Toronto – Plymouth 2014, S. 3–37.
  • Wolfram Dornik, Occupation during and after the War (Russian Empire), in: Ute Daniel et al. (Hg.), 1914-1918 online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War, http://www.1914-1918-online.net/ (Oktober 2014), Berlin 2014.
  • Wolfram Dornik, A School of Violence and Spatial Desires? Austro-Hungarian Experiences of War in Eastern Europe, in: Gunda Barth-Scalmani, Joachim Bürgschwentner und Matthias Egger (Hg.), Other Fronts, Other Wars: Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the ISFWWS, Innsbruck 21-23 September 2011, Leiden 2014, S. 218–236.