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Voices of Freedom -- Western interference? : 60 years of Radio Free Europe [2015]
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Voices of Freedom -- Western interference? : 60 years of Radio Free Europe / herausgegeben von Anna Bischof und Zuzana Jürgens.
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Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015.
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xii, 294 pages : 24 cm.
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Veröffentlichungen des Collegium Carolinum ; Bd. 130.
Contributors
Bischof, Anna, 1982- editor.
Jürgens, Zuzana, 1975- editor.
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International broadcasting -> United States -> History.
International broadcasting -> Europe, Eastern -> History.
Radio in propaganda -> Europe, Eastern -> History.
Cold War -> History.
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60 years of Radio Free Europe
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Proceedings of a conference held 2011 at the University of Munich.
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Anna Bischof and Robert Luft: Radio Free Europe: Research and Perspectives. An Introduction -- Institutionalizing Radio Free Europe during the Cold War. Simo Mikkonen: The "Freedom Radios" in the US COld War Strategy: A Discussion of the Projects and Objectives that Led to the Establishment of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty -- Richard H. Cummings: The Tangled Web: Central Intelligence Agency and the Crusade for Freedom and Radio Free Europe -- the Early Years -- Strategies of Legitimization and Structural Circumstances. Yuliya Komska: Sight Radio: Radio Free Europe on Screen, 1951-1965 -- A. Ross Johnson: The Uninvited Guest -- Radio Free Europe in the Federal Republic of Germany -- Christian Heinrich-Franke: In the Juridical Loophole: Radio Free Europe and the International Legality of Broadcast Transmissions across the Iron Curtain -- Journalistic Practice and Program Content. Ioana Macrea-Toma: The Intricacies of a (Cold) War of Ideas: Radio Free Europe from Above and from Below -- Susan D. Haas: Radio Free Europe's Central Newsroom: Journalists as Émigrés -- Anamaria Neag and Helena Sandberg: The Fall of Communism in Romania -- as Heard on Radio Free Europe -- Petru Weber: The Role of Radio Free Europe's Romanian and Hungarian Language Services in Raising Public Awareness about the Ceauşescu Regime's National Policy towards Ethnic Minorities -- Reception and Responses in Central and Eastern Europe. Jane L. Curry: Radio Free Europe and the Polish Elite: Trusting the Enemy Station More Than Your Own -- Prokop Tomek: The Response to RFE Broadcasting in Czechoslovakia: An Attempt at Evaluation -- Accounts from Contemporaries. Martin K. Bachstein: The Unique Situation and Difficulties of the Czechoslovak Service of Radio Free Europe (1950-1995) -- Short Accounts. RFE Employees: Wiesław Wawrzyniak, Polish Broadcasting Service -- Jenny Georgiev-Keiser, Bulgarian Broadcasting Service -- Agnes Kalinová, Czechoslovak Broadcastin Service -- Martin K. Bachstein, Broadcast Analysis Department -- RFE Listeners: György Varga, Hungary -- Petr Pospíchal, Czechoslovakia -- Ludmil Janev, Bulgaria -- Experts in International Broadcasting: Ingo Mannteufel, Deutsche Welle -- Hans J. Kleinstuber, Hamburg University.
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9783525373101
3525373104
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Voices of Freedom -- Western interference? : 60 years of Radio Free Europe [2015]
In Research Room
BookIconBook
Cover
General Information
Original Title
Voices of Freedom -- Western interference? : 60 years of Radio Free Europe / herausgegeben von Anna Bischof und Zuzana Jürgens.
General Information
Published
Göttingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015.
General Information
Physical Description
xii, 294 pages : 24 cm.
General Information
Series
Veröffentlichungen des Collegium Carolinum ; Bd. 130.
Contributors
Bischof, Anna, 1982- editor.
Jürgens, Zuzana, 1975- editor.
Subjects
Subject
Subjects
Subject Terms
International broadcasting -> United States -> History.
International broadcasting -> Europe, Eastern -> History.
Radio in propaganda -> Europe, Eastern -> History.
Cold War -> History.
Bibliographic Information
Title Variation
60 years of Radio Free Europe
Bibliographic Information
Note
Proceedings of a conference held 2011 at the University of Munich.
Bibliographic Information
Content
Anna Bischof and Robert Luft: Radio Free Europe: Research and Perspectives. An Introduction -- Institutionalizing Radio Free Europe during the Cold War. Simo Mikkonen: The "Freedom Radios" in the US COld War Strategy: A Discussion of the Projects and Objectives that Led to the Establishment of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty -- Richard H. Cummings: The Tangled Web: Central Intelligence Agency and the Crusade for Freedom and Radio Free Europe -- the Early Years -- Strategies of Legitimization and Structural Circumstances. Yuliya Komska: Sight Radio: Radio Free Europe on Screen, 1951-1965 -- A. Ross Johnson: The Uninvited Guest -- Radio Free Europe in the Federal Republic of Germany -- Christian Heinrich-Franke: In the Juridical Loophole: Radio Free Europe and the International Legality of Broadcast Transmissions across the Iron Curtain -- Journalistic Practice and Program Content. Ioana Macrea-Toma: The Intricacies of a (Cold) War of Ideas: Radio Free Europe from Above and from Below -- Susan D. Haas: Radio Free Europe's Central Newsroom: Journalists as Émigrés -- Anamaria Neag and Helena Sandberg: The Fall of Communism in Romania -- as Heard on Radio Free Europe -- Petru Weber: The Role of Radio Free Europe's Romanian and Hungarian Language Services in Raising Public Awareness about the Ceauşescu Regime's National Policy towards Ethnic Minorities -- Reception and Responses in Central and Eastern Europe. Jane L. Curry: Radio Free Europe and the Polish Elite: Trusting the Enemy Station More Than Your Own -- Prokop Tomek: The Response to RFE Broadcasting in Czechoslovakia: An Attempt at Evaluation -- Accounts from Contemporaries. Martin K. Bachstein: The Unique Situation and Difficulties of the Czechoslovak Service of Radio Free Europe (1950-1995) -- Short Accounts. RFE Employees: Wiesław Wawrzyniak, Polish Broadcasting Service -- Jenny Georgiev-Keiser, Bulgarian Broadcasting Service -- Agnes Kalinová, Czechoslovak Broadcastin Service -- Martin K. Bachstein, Broadcast Analysis Department -- RFE Listeners: György Varga, Hungary -- Petr Pospíchal, Czechoslovakia -- Ludmil Janev, Bulgaria -- Experts in International Broadcasting: Ingo Mannteufel, Deutsche Welle -- Hans J. Kleinstuber, Hamburg University.
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ISBN
9783525373101
3525373104
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Book - 943 BIS
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Book
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OSA Archivum Library
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OSA Archivum Library
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943 BIS
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