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Stalin's Russia, 2Ed (Reading History series) By Chris Ward

Stalin's Russia, 2Ed (Reading History series)
by Chris Ward

The ebb and flow of debate about Stalin's Russia is brilliantly captured in Chris Ward's account, which not only conceptualises the field in a clear and helpful way, offering a synthesis of the vast secondary literature in the area, but also provides the author's own evaluation of the key issues at stake.
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The ebb and flow of debate about Stalin's Russia is brilliantly captured in Chris Ward's account, which not only conceptualises the field in a clear and helpful way, offering a synthesis of the vast secondary literature in the area, but also provides the author's own evaluation of the key issues at stake. The first edition of the book was deservedly popular with readers wanting a succinct introduction to the subject or needing to 'get up to speed' in areas of the subject unfamiliar to them. This edition retains all the virtues of the first but is able to take more account of the new opportunities afforded to historians - both Russian and Western - by the collapse of Communism and the greater availability to researchers of archival sources. This is a valuable revision of a now standard work, acknowledging the various problems and perspectives in interpretation that have emerged since the end of the Soviet Union and including for the first time a chapter on Stalin's foreign policy.

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Sku
GOR001680886
Title
Stalin's Russia, 2Ed (Reading History series)
Author
Chris Ward
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Year published
1999-05-28
Number of pages
304
ISBN 10
0340731516
ISBN 13
9780340731512
Prizes
N/A
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