Joseph Stalin: Man and Legend

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Smithmark, 1994 - Soviet Union - 482 pages
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Contents

The Child Joseph
1
Caucasian Rebel
19
Northern Underground
62
Copyright

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accused against allies Alliluyeva among arrest attack Baku Battle of Moscow Batum Beria Bolshevik Bolshevism Budyonny Bukharin campaign Caucasian Caucasus Central Committee Cheka claimed collectivization Comintern Commissar Communist Comrade Stalin concentration camps Congress CPSU death destalinization dictator dictator's Dzhugashvili early exile February Revolution Finland foreign Georgian German Government Hieratic Hitler Ibid Imperial Russia indeed Industrial Party Trial J. V. Stalin Kamenev Khrushchev Kirov Koba Kremlin kulaks Kuntsevo Kutaisi Kuybyshev later leader Legend Lenin Lenin's Testament Leningrad Leningrad Affair Leninist licence to kill Malenkov Marxist Mensheviks might Mikoyan military Molotov Moscow Moscow show trials Moscow trials Nadezhda Alliluyeva NKGB NKVD October October Revolution officers OGPU Okhrana Ordzhonikidze organization Orgburo Party peasants People's Commissar period Petrograd Petrograd Soviet Poland Politburo political Pravda Rabkrin Red Army Red Square revolution revolutionary Revolutionary Military Council Russian Russian Civil War Russian Empire Secret Speech Secretary-General seemed Shakhty show trial Siberia Social Democratic Socialist Solvychegodsk Soviet Union Sovnarkom St Petersburg Stalin himself Stalingrad Stalinist Stepan Shaumyan Svet Svetlana Alliluyeva Terror though Tiflis totalitarian trade union Transcaucasia Trotsky Trotsky's Trotskyite Tsaritsyn Tukhachevsky Ukraine USSR victims Voroshilov Yagoda Yakov Dzhugashvili Yezhov Yezhovshchina Yugoslav Zhdanov Zhukov Zinovyev Zinovyev and Kamenev

About the author (1994)

Dr. Ronald Hingley, Emeritus Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford, has written many books on Russia, including "The Russian Mind", and is translator and editor of "The Oxford Chekhov".

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