Ronald E. Powaski

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Ronald E. Powaski has lectured at Cleveland State University.

Ronald E. Powaski is an American historian who has written on the 20th century foreign policies of the United States and Europe.

Powaski earned his Ph.D. in 1972 from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.[1]

Powaski taught history at Euclid Senior High School in Euclid, Ohio.[2] He has taught at several colleges and universities near Cleveland, particularly at Cleveland State University.[3]

Ronald E. Powaski has written a book on the blitzkrieg campaign of the German military in World War II.

Powaski's most recent book concerns the "blitzkrieg" attack by the German military in Western Europe.

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  2. ^ Powaski's high school teaching is noted in the following collection (which lists him as an advisor) on page 502:
    • Peter B. Levy, ed. (1999). 100 Key Documents in American Democracy (Paperback). Praeger. p. 528. ISBN 978-0275965259. 
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    • Powaski, Ronald E. (2003). Return to Armageddon: The United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-516098-7. 
Ronald E. Powaski has written about the Trappist monk, peace activist, and writer, Thomas Merton.

Bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Powaski, Ronald Edward (1972). Great Britain and the Manchurian crisis, 1931-1933 (Thesis). Case Western Reserve University. p. 880. 
  • Powaski, Ronald Edward (1974). Great Britain and the Manchurian crisis, 1931-1933 (Thesis). University Microfilms. p. 880. 
  • Powaski, Ronald E. (2003). Return to Armageddon: The United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-516098-7. 
  • Powaski, Ronald E. (2003). Lightning War: Blitzkrieg in the West, 1940. John Wiley. ISBN 978-0-471-39431-0. 
  • Powaski, Ronald E. (2008). Lightning War: Blitzkrieg in the West, 1940. Book Sales, Inc. ISBN 978-0-7858-2097-0. 

Commentaries[edit]

Ronald E. Powaski earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree at Case Western Reserve University.