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Peteris Apinis. Latvia: Country, Nation, State. Nacionalais Medicinas Apgads. 2000. 376pp.

Alfreds Bilmanis. Latvia in the Making, 1918-1928: Ten Years of Independence. The Riga Times. 1928. 160pp.

Juris Dreifelds. Latvia in Transition. Cambridge University Press. 1996. 214pp.

Daina Stukuls Eglitis. Imagining the Nation: History, Modernity, and Revolution in Latvia. Pennsylvania State University Press. 2002. 265pp.

Rolfs Ekmanis. Latvian Literature Under the Soviets, 1940-1975. Nordland Publishing Co.. 1978. 533pp.

Andrew Ezergailis. The Holocaust in Latvia, 1941-1944: The Missing Center. Historical Institute of Latvia. 1996. 465pp.

Andrew Ezergailis. The 1917 Revolution in Latvia. East European Quarterly. 1974. 281pp.

Andrew Ezergailis. The Latvian Impact on the Bolshevik Revolution. Columbia University Press. 1983. 421pp.

Janis Kalnberzins. Ten Years of Soviet Latvia. Foreign Language Publishing House. 1951. 271pp.

Pål Kolstø. Nation-Building and Ethnic Integration in Post-Soviet Societies: An Investigation of Latvia and Kazakstan. Westview Press. 1999. 344pp.

Valdis O. Lumans. Latvia in World War II. Fordham University Press. 2006. 547pp.

Visvaldis Mangulis. Latvia in the Wars of the 20th Century. Cognition Books. 1983. 207pp.

Linda McDowell. Hard Labour: The Forgotten Voices of Latvian Migrant "Volunteer" Workers. Routledge Cavendish. 2005. 219pp.

Selma Aleksandra Ozols. Latvia: A Selected Bibliography. K. Karusa. 1963. 144pp.

Artis Pabriks; Aldis Purs. Latvia: The Challenges of Change. Routledge. 2001. 169pp.

Andrejs Plakans. Historical Dictionary of Latvia. Scarecrow Press. 1997. 193pp.

Andrejs Plakans. Experiencing Totalitarianism: The Invasion and Occupation of Latvia by the USSR and Nazi Germany, 1939-1991. AuthorHouse. 2007. 404pp.

Bernhard Press. Translated by Laimdota Mazzarins. The Murder of the Jews in Latvia, 1941-1945. Northwestern University Press. 2000. 222pp.

Vieda Skultans. The Testimony of Lives: Narrative and Memory in Post-Soviet Latvia. Routledge. 1998. 217pp.

Arnolds Spekke. History of Latvia: An Outline. Stockholm: M. Goppers. 1951. 436pp.

Josifs Steimanis. History of Latvian Jews. East European Monographs. 2002. 229pp.

R. O. G. Urch. Latvia: Country and People. London: Allen & Unwin. 1938. 280pp.

Herbert A. Grant Watson. The Latvian Republic: The Struggle for Freedom. Allen & Unwin. 1965. 102pp.

Alberts Zalts. Translated by Leslie A. Marshall. Latvian Political Economy. The Riga Times. 1928. 180pp.

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