10 edition of Stalinist confessions found in the catalog.
|Series||Pitt series in Russian and East European studies|
|LC Classifications||LC178.S65 H35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0822943670, 0822960168|
|ISBN 10||9780822943679, 9780822960164|
|LC Control Number||2009009147|
The Great Purge was denounced by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev following Stalin's death. In his secret speech to the 20th CPSU congress in February (which was made public a month later), Khrushchev referred to the purges as an "abuse of power" by Stalin Attack type: Summary executions, Massacres, . In Stalinist Confessions, Igal Halfin sets an ambitious agenda: he seeks to reshape how scholars understand the purges and accompanying arrests and terror of high Stalinism. Halfin, a lecturer at Tel Aviv University who has already written extensively about opposition, identity and terror, approaches the broad topic through a close examination of the Leningrad Communist University.5/5.
History re-written and retouched. The photo to the left was taken in May, , during a speech by Lenin at the Sverdlov Square. Kamenev and Trotsky are standing on the steps to the platform. The photo to the right was published during the Stalin era. There is no doubt that torture was used to force confessions. Neighbours. Friends. Even your closest loved ones. In Stalin's Russia, everyone was an informer. And as a chilling new book reveals, one word from a resentful child was enough to send you to the.
The Doctors' plot (Russian: дело врачей, lit. 'doctors' case', also known as the case of saboteur-doctors (врачи-вредители) or killer-doctors (врачи-убийцы) was an antisemitic campaign in the Soviet Union organized by Joseph –, a group of predominantly Jewish doctors from Moscow were accused of a conspiracy to assassinate Soviet leaders. The book focuses on Leningrad Communist University as a microcosm of Soviet society. Here, students proved their loyalty to the new socialism by uncovering opposition within the University. Through their meetings and self-reports, students sought to become Stalin's New Man.
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In Stalinist Confessions, Igal Halfin investigates the phenomenon of a mass surrender to the will of the state. Stalinist confessions book deciphers the skillfully rendered discourse through which Stalin defined his cult of personality and consolidated his power by building a grassroots base of support and instilling a collective psyche in every citizen.5/5(1).
During Stalin's Great Terror, accusations of treason struck fear in the hearts of Soviet citizens, and lengthy imprisonment or firing squads often followed. Many of the accused sealed their fates by agreeing to confessions after torture or Stalinist confessions book by the NKVD.
Some, however, gave up without a by: Stalinist Confessions Book Description: During Stalin's Great Terror, accusations of treason struck fear in the hearts of Soviet citizens-and lengthy imprisonment or firing squads often followed.
CONFESSIONS OF STALIN’S AGENT. This Is My Story. by Kenneth Goff. About the Author The author of this book was formerly a leader in the Communist Party. He was assigned by Stalin’s agents in the United States to work among young people and help bring about a.
The Great Terror: A Reassessment 40th anniversary Edition by Robert Conquest (Author)Cited by: No book of history is ever definitive: new facts trickle out, new writers bring new perspectives to bear.
This is the charm of the genre. But some history books can become classics for layer generations. Khlevniuk’s Stalin is likely to be one of them."—Rodric Braithwaite, Journal of /5(93). Stalinist Perpetrators on Trial book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Between the summer of and Novemberthe St /5. Joseph Stalin has books on Goodreads with ratings. Joseph Stalin’s most popular book is Dialectical and Historical Materialism. When Mikoyan doubted the confessions of Yenukidze's secretary, Stalin showed him the signed confessions and said, "He writes it himself, signs every page." A - Yes.
This is a good indication of how confessions were important - it's pretty hard to argue with a guy who can pull out confessions. In Stalinist Confessions, Igal Halfin investigates the phenomenon of a mass surrender to the will of the state. He deciphers the skillfully rendered discourse through which Stalin defined his cult of personality and consolidated his power by building a grassroots base of support and instilling a Cited by: In Stalinist Confessions, Igal Halfin investigates the phenomenon of a mass surrender to the will of the state.
He deciphers the skillfully rendered discourse through which Stalin defined his cult of personality and consolidated his power by building a grassroots base of support and instilling. Lynne Viola is Professor of History at the University of Toronto. She is the author of The Unknown Gulag: The Lost World of Stalin's Special Settlements, Peasant Rebels Under Stalin, The Best Sons of the Fatherland, co-editor of Russian Peasant Women, and editor/co-editor of six other books.
Viola is a recipient of the Thomas Henry Pentland Molson Prize from the Canada Council for the : Oxford University Press. Stalin was one of the most accomplished killers - literally with millions of victims - in history and the book covers the perio This is the second volume of Stephen Kotkin’s biography of Stalin (out of a /5().
The True Story of the Death of Stalin “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci’s upcoming dark comedy pulls from the stranger-than-fiction real-life events surrounding Stalin’s deathAuthor: Jackie Mansky.
Her memoirs - "Confessions of Stalin's Lover" - was published in London in (but is not recognized by Davydova's family). According to the book, their relationship lasted 19 Author: Yekaterina Sinelschikova.
Bücher (Fremdsprachig). Stalin's Children is the story of one family's unique experiences amid the changing social and political sphere of Russia. Encompassing Russia's history from the s onwards, Matthews acquaints us with three generations of his family who experienced extreme persecution and overwhelming odds, each bearing witness to pre- and post-Stalinist Russia/5.
The most authoritative and engrossing biography of the notorious dictator ever written Josef Stalin exercised supreme power in the Soviet Union from until his death in During that quarter-century, by Oleg Khlevniuk’s estimate, he caused the imprisonment and Brand: Yale University Press.
Most defendants were charged under Article 58 of the RSFSR Penal Code with conspiring with the Western powers to assassinate Stalin and other Soviet leaders, dismember the Soviet Union, and restore capitalism.
The Moscow Trials led to the execution of many of the defendants. World Socialist Web Site extensive use of torture in order to force confessions, secret investigations and public show trials are common to both the medieval Inquisition and the Stalinist Author: Alexander Boulerian.
The story of this unfortunate sailor is but a tiny episode taken from the book of the confessions of the accused—and of their accusers and their judges.
From being the instrument of the revolution, the G.P.U. has become the instrument of the soviet aristocracy, the personal instrument of Stalin, about whom Lenin warned in “This cook.
In Stalinist Confessions, Igal Halfin investigates the phenomenon of a mass surrender to the will of the state.
He deciphers the skillfully rendered discourse through which Stalin defined his cult of personality and consolidated his power by building a grassroots base of support and instilling a collective psyche in every : One of the most influential of the post-Soviet books was the Princeton historian Stephen Kotkin’s “Magnetic Mountain: Stalinism as a Civilization” (), a study of the steel city of.