Stalin: The Man and His Era

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Tauris Parke Paperbacks, 2007 - 760 strán (strany)
In this biography of Joseph Stalin, Adam Ulam explores the secret of his power, the hold his memory still has over the imagination, the suffering he inflicted upon his own society, the unprecedented triumphs achieved by the Soviet Union under his leadership and the mysteries surrounding his death.
 

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A PEASANT FROM THE PROVINCE OF TIFLIS
16
AMONG THE BOLSHEVIKS
47
THE ASCENT AND THE ORDEAL
84
ON THE CREST OF THE WAVE
114
THE TASTE OF POWER
158
IN LENINS SHADOW
192
AT THE TOPALONE
234
THE WAR AGAINST NATION
289
LIFE HAS BECOME BETTER COMRADES LIFE HAS BECOME GAYER
358
THE TERRIBLE INTERLUDE
435
DANGEROUS GAMES
491
FOR OUR COUNTRY FOR STALIN
536
THE AGING GOD
616
THE LAST PLOT
700
Index
743
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Ulam is Gurney Professor of History & Political Science, Emeritus, Harvard University

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