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  • 736

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  • 9780330518376

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  • 4 mm

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  • 13 mm

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  • 629 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 16 APRIL 2010

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    Service brings 30 years of involvement with Russia and its history to bear on this most controversial and enigmatic of figures. The events of the October Revolution, the Civil War, the Great Terror and, above all, World War II, more open to examination than ever before, are probed to explain the nature of Stalins personality. Paperback , 715 pages Published April 6th 2010 by Not Avail (first published 2004)

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    Robert Service

    Robert Service is a British academic and historian of modern Russia and the Soviet Union. He is a professor of Russian history at the University of Oxford and a Fellow at St. Antonys College, Oxford.


    He is the author of the highly acclaimed Lenin: A Biography, A History of Twentieth - Century Russia, Russia: Experiment with a People and Stalin: A Biography, as well as many other books on Russias past and present. He wrote a marvelous book on communism titled Comrades Communism A World History (International Bestseller). He is married with four children.

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