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dc.contributor.authorBugajski, Janusz
dc.descriptionThe Donald W. Treadgold Papers publication series was created to honor a great teacher and scholar. Donald W. Treadgold was professor of history and international studies at the University of Washington from 1949 to 1993. During that time he wrote seven books, on of which - Twentieth Century Russia - went into eight editions. He was twice editor of Slavic Review, the organ of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, and received the AAASS Award for Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies, as well as the AAASS Award for Destinguished Service. Professor Treadgold molded several generations of Russian historians and contributed enormously to the field of Russian history. He was, in other ways as well, an inspiration to all who knew him. The Treadgold Papers series was created in 1993 on the occaision of Professor Treadgold's retirement, on the initiative of Professor Daniel Waugh. Professor Treadgold passed away in December 1994. The series is dedicated to the memory of a great man, publishing papers in those areas which were close to his heart.en_US
dc.publisherThe Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, The University of Washingtonen_US
dc.titleBack to the Front: Russian Interests in the New Eastern Europeen_US

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    Every year the Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies hosts the Donald W. Treadgold Memorial Lecture. The Center invites leading scholars and prominent figures from the REECA region to speak on topics of historical or contemporary relevance

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