Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2000. Hardcover. "Timothy Vogt directly challenges both the "antifascist" paradigm employed by East German historians and the "sovietization" interpretive model that has dominated western studies. He argues that Soviet denazification was neither an effective purge of society nor part of a methodical "sovietization" of the eastern zone." Fine / Fine. Item #7606
Octavo, 314 pp. Black cloth. From the personal library of Pulitzer Prize-winning Lincoln biographer and historian David Herbert Donald. No ownership ink or bookplates. Handsome copy in like dust jacket.