|"Bulgaria under Communism"|
|Author||Ivaylo Znepolski, Mihail Gruev, Momtchil Metodiev, Martin Ivanov, Daniel Vatchkov, Ivan Elenkov, Plamen Doy|
|Publisher||Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2019|
The book traces the history of communist Bulgaria from 1944 to 1989. A detailed narrative-cum-study of the history of a political system, it provides a chronological overview of the building of the socialist state from the ground up, its entrenchment into the peaceful routine of everyday life, its inner crises, and its gradual decline and self-destruction. The book is the definitive and the most complete guide to Bulgaria under communism and how the communist system operates on a day-to-day level.
|Subjects||Economy/Government/Leaders, Ideology/Power, Emigration/Opposition/Repression, Culture/Elites/Dissidents, Minaroties/Subcultures, Everyday life/Society/Memory|