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STALIN: TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY

Publisher: ORION PUBLISHING GROUP
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Book Summary of STALIN: TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY

For ten years General Dmitri Volkogonov studied military records, party archives, trial documents, and other long-suppressed evidence from the era of the purges- one of the most painful and turbulent periods in Russian history. This is the definitive account of the man, the time, and the tragedy. The author had an incredible access to secret KGB files in his role as historian for the Soviet Army, and he pieces together the story of the man who for thirty years controlled the minds and bodies of the hundreds and millions of people of the Soviet Union. This book, the first of a trilogy written by Volkogonov on Stalin, Lenin, and Trotsky, takes advantage of the author's discoveries to reveal much heretofore unknown knowledge about Stalin's reign of terror in the early days of the Soviet Union.

Details of Book: STALIN: TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY (BSID:28193)

Book STALIN: TRIUMPH AND TRAGEDY
Author Dmitri Volkogonov
ISBN 1842120263
ISBN-13 9781842120262, 978-1842120262
Binding Paperback
Publisher ORION PUBLISHING GROUP
Publishing Date 01/01/2007
Number of Pages 672
Language Russian

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Deborah June 11, 2012 review from Goodreads

This book tells how others allowed Stalin to do what he dared to do. How Stalin was emboldened when he got away with his acts of terror upon individuals. How Stalin grew bolder and became more protected by the same individuals who feared him. And, how a cult of fear is grown. Essential read for a...

Kevin November 10, 2011 review from Goodreads

Very long and comprehensive approach by a man who had, due to his rank and responsibilities, the access to secret KGB documentation about one of histories most brutal dictators.

Phil August 28, 2007 review from Goodreads

Looking for the longest, most epic book available about Stalin? I didn't think so. If you ever change your mind, this this one is sick. It was written by some guy who was in the KGB for like 50 years. Unfortunately it's out of print.

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