A State of Nations: Empire and Nation-Making in the Age of Lenin and Stalin
Ronald Grigor Suny, Terry Martin
Oxford University Press, Nov 29, 2001 - History - 320 pages
This collected volume, edited by Ron Suny and Terry Martin, shows how the Soviet state managed to create a multiethnic empire in its early years, from the end of the Russian Revolution to the end of World War II. Bringing together the newest research on a wide geographic range, from Russia to Central Asia, this volume is essential reading for students and scholars of Soviet history and politics.
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