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  • Dancing Under the Red Starby Karl Tobien

    The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group 2010; US$ 22.99

    The shocking and inspirational saga of Margaret Werner and her miraculous survival in the Siberian death camps of Stalinist Russia. Between 1930 and 1932, Henry Ford sent 450 of his Detroit employees plus their families to live in Gorky, Russia, to operate a new manufacturing facility. This is the true story of one of those families?Carl and Elisabeth... more...

  • Stalinby Edvard Radzinsky

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 21.00

    From the author of The Last Tsar , the first full-scale life of Stalin to have what no previous biography has entirely gotten hold of: the facts. Granted privileged access to Russia's secret archives, Edvard Radzinsky paints a picture of the Soviet strongman as more calculating, ruthless, and blood-crazed than has ever been described or imagined.... more...

  • Architect of Soviet Victory in World War IIby Richard W. Harrison

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2010; US$ 49.95

    The Red Army's leading operational theorist in the 1930s, Georgii Samoilovich Isserson is perhaps best known as the mastermind behind the "deep operation," which became the cornerstone of Soviet offensive operations in World War II. Drawing from an in-depth analysis of Isserson's numerous published and unpublished works, his arrest... more...

  • Stalin's Genocidesby Norman M. Naimark

    Princeton University Press 2010; US$ 17.95

    Between the early 1930s and his death in 1953, Joseph Stalin had more than a million of his own citizens executed. Millions more fell victim to forced labor, deportation, famine, bloody massacres, and detention and interrogation by Stalin's henchmen. Stalin's Genocides is the chilling story of these crimes. The book puts forward the important argument... more...

  • Stalinist Terrorby John Arch Getty; Roberta Thompson Manning

    Cambridge University Press 1993; US$ 41.00

    This collection of essays contributes to the understanding of Stalinist terror in the 1930s. more...

  • Accounting for Warby Mark Harrison

    Cambridge University Press 1996; US$ 47.00

    A reconstruction and analysis of the Soviet economy's wartime statistical record. more...

  • Birth of Tajikistanby Paul Bergne

    I.B.Tauris 2007; US$ 29.00

    When the Bolshevik Revolution broke out in October 1917, much of Central Asia was still ruled by autonomous rulers such as the Emir of Bukhara and the Khan of Khiva. By 1920 the khanates had been transformed into People's Republics. In 1924, Stalin re-drew the frontiers of the region on ethno-linguistic lines creating, amongst other statelets, the... more...

  • Bloodlandsby Timothy Snyder

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.84

    In the middle of Europe, in the middle of the twentieth century, the Nazi and Soviet regimes murdered fourteen million people in the bloodlands between Berlin and Moscow. In a twelve-year-period, in these killing fields - today's Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Western Russia and the eastern Baltic coast - an average of more than one million citizens were... more...

  • Victims Return, Theby Stephen F. Cohen

    I.B.Tauris 2012; US$ 14.00

    Stalin?s Reign of terror in the Soviet Union has been called ?the other Holocaust?. During the Stalin years, it is thought that more innocent men, women and children perished than in Hitler?s destruction of the European Jews. Many millions died in Stalin?s Gulag of torture prisons and forced-labour camps, yet others survived and were freed after his... more...

  • Stalin's Terror Revisitedby Melanie Ilic

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 110.00

    In this ground-breaking collection, a team of leading experts offer a detailed examination of under-researched aspects of Soviet political repression in the 1930s. Drawing on archival documents and materials that have received little attention in Western historiography, much of the information detailed here is in English for the first time. more...