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STALIN: Breaker of Nations

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Blending impeccable scholarship and deeply revealing anecdotes, noted Soviet scholar Conquest (Stalin and the Kirov Murder, 1989, etc.) illuminates Stalin's role in history as well as his private character. ``Overall he gives the impression of a large and crude claylike figure, a golem, into which a demonic spark has been instilled,'' writes Conquest of ``a man who perhaps more than any other ... Read full review

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User Review  - Leith7-1 - Goodreads

Leith W. Siouffi English 7-1 Stalin: Breaker of Nations 2/6/15 Stalin: Breaker of Nations kicks off with a dialogue as a great hook between a reporter and a woman which talks about December 21st being ... Read full review

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User Review  - A Smith - Goodreads

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

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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

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