MACKENZIE, David. American, b. 1927. Genres: History, Biography. Career: Princeton University, NJ, lecturer in history, 1959-61; Wells College, Aurora, NY, assistant to associate professor of history, 1961-68; University of North Carolina, Greensboro, professor of history, 1969-. Publications: The Serbs and Russian Pan-Slavism, 1875-1878, 1967; Lion of Tashkent: The Career of General M.G. Cherniaev, 1974; A History of Russia and the Soviet Union, 1977, 6th ed. as A History of Russia, the Soviet Union and Beyond, 2002; Ilija Garasanin: Balkan Bismarck, 1985; Ilija Garasanin: Drzavnik i diplomata, 1987; Apis: The Congenial Conspirator, 1989; Imperial Dreams/Harsh Realities: Tsarist Russian Foreign Policy, 1815-1917, 1993; From Messianism to Collapse: Soviet Foreign Policy 1917-1991, 1994; The Black Hand, on Trial: Salonika 1917, 1995; Violent Solutions: Revolutions, Nationalism, and Secret Societies in Europe to 1918, 1996; Serbs and Russians, 1996; The Exoneration of the Black Hand, 1917-1953, 1999; Russia and the USSR and the Twentieth Century, 4th ed., 2002; Count N.P. Ignat'ev, the Father of Lies?, 2002. Address: 1000 Fairmont St, Greensboro, NC 27401, U.S.A.