The Shadow of War: Russia and the USSR, 1941 to the present (Google eBook)
Taking the achievements, ambiguities, and legacies of World War II as a point of departure, The Shadow of War: The Soviet Union and Russia, 1941 to the Present offers a fresh new approach to modern Soviet and Russian history.
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Reform Reaction Revolution
Structures of Society
Public and Private Stalinist Starting Points
National Questions The War asCrucible of Ethnicity
Geopolitical Imperatives The PostwarDisorder
From Isolationismto Globalization
The Second Russian Revolution?
Guide to Further Reading
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