Stalin: breaker of nations

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Viking, Nov 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 346 pages
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A leading scholar-historian of the U.S.S.R. offers a penetrating look at one of the most enigmatic and terrifying figures of modern times. Distilling a lifetime's study, Conquest provides a powerful, living portrait of Josef Stalin as child and student, revolutionary and Communist theoretician, political animal and paranoid leader. "A brisk, informative synthesis".--The Wall Street Journal.

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Review: Stalin: Breaker of Nations

User Review  - James - Goodreads

This is a solid and fast-paced look at Stalin, the fifth biography of his I've read. I think if I had read it first it might have earned five stars with a caveat, but Montefiore's efforts are superior ... Read full review

Review: Stalin: Breaker of Nations

User Review  - A Smith - Goodreads

Stalin, so far, is boring. As a biography fan. Read full review

Contents

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SEMINARY
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UNDERGROUND
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Robert Conquest is the acclaimed author of many works of history, including "The Great Terror" & "The Harvest of Sorrow", both modern classics.

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