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THE BLACK BOOK OF COMMUNISM: Crimes, Terror, Repression

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A unique attempt by French historians—as important in its way as the works of Solzhenitsyn—to chronicle the crimes of communism wherever it has attained power in the world. Not the least remarkable thing about this book is that this is the first time such a study has been made. For the cumulative toll of victims of communist rule, estimated by the authors at between 85 and 100 million, dwarfs ... Read full review

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this is good thinks in the world

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Good representation of the Communist evil that once loomed over the world.

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A great, if depressing, book to read about the central challenge of the 20th Century is "The Black Book of Communism," written by six European historians, three from the left, three from the right, shortly after Yeltsin opened the Soviet archives of the Communist International movement. 100 million people killed as the "experiment" with communism was repeated in one nation after another, always with the same insane, predictable result: mass killings, engineered famines, gulags. Even the three writers who began this writing project on the left, when confronted by the enormity of the crimes of communism against often defenseless and blameless populations, came to realize that this was without doubt the greatest horror ever visited upon mankind. Even the crimes of the Nazis pale against the 100 million needless deaths attributed to communism––from its own archives and beginning right from the start with Lenin. 

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worst book ever.
everything fake...
DON'T TRY TO BRAINWASH PEOPLE BY STaTING fake and MODIFIED HISTORY.
THOSE ARE 10000% MAD WHO WILL BELIEVE THIS.

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