Lukacs, John (Adalbert)

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LUKACS, John (Adalbert)

LUKACS, John (Adalbert). American (born Hungary), b. 1924. Genres: History. Career: Retired professor of history. Publications: The Great Powers and Eastern Europe, 1953; (ed. and trans.) European Revolution and Correspondence with Gobineau, by Alexis de Tocqueville, 1959; A History of the Cold War, 1961 (3rd ed. as A New History of the Cold War, 1966); Decline and Rise of Europe, 1965; Historical Consciousness, 1968, 1985, 1994; The Passing of the Modern Age, 1970; The Last European War, 1939-1961, 1976; 1945: Year Zero, 1978; Philadelphia: Patricians and Philistines, 1900-1950, 1981; Outgrowing Democracy: A History of the United States in the Twentieth Century, 1984; Immigration and Migration, 1986; Confessions of an Original Sinner, 1989; Budapest, 1990: A Historical Portrait of a City and Its Culture, 1988; The Duel: May 10-July 31, 1994. The Struggle between Churchill and Hitler, 1991; The End of the 20th Century and the End of the Modern Age, 1993; Destinations Past, 1994; George F. Kennan and the Origins of Containment 1944-46: The Kennan-Lukacs Correspondence, 1997; The Hitter of History, 1997; A Thread of Years, 1998; Four Days in London, May 1940, 1999; A Student's Guide to the Study of History, 2000; Churchill, 2002. Address: 129 Valley Park Rd, Phoenixville, PA 19460, U.S.A.

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