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  - Matthew - Goodreads

Stalin: Breaker of Nations is an in-depth study about the Soviet Union's molding and most powerful man. It deals with his childhood in great detail. This detail is only surpassed by the amount of ... Read full review

Review: Stalin: Breaker of Nations

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

Safe to say that Conquest knows his subject quite well. This biography is a good complement to The Great Terror, and if Stalin and his USSR interest you, I would recommend reading both (the bio first ... Read full review

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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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