In this unique book, an abridged edition of an earlier highly praised work, we hear the poignant voices of those who experienced firsthand the complex and perilous world of the Soviet Union under Stalin. Praise for the earlier edition "This remarkable collection of documents from the Soviet Union in the 1930s provides a wide-angle lens on the decade's dizzying events. Through citizens' letters to newspapers and party officials, the reader is made aware of the confused and often contradictory nature of Russian politics and society under Stalin."-Leonard Benardo, New York Times Book Review "Siegelbaum provides an excellent introduction as well as informative commentary throughout the book."-Harold J. Goldberg, History
Publisher: Yale University Press
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 566 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 21 mm
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