Oleg v khlevniuk presents a new biography on one of historys most ruthless dictators joseph stalin taking the reader well behind the iron curtain khlevniuk explores some of the many topics only briefly mentioned in passing before if not entirely erased from outsider discussion. Stalin new biography of a dictator oleg v khlevniuk translated by nora seligman favorov reviewed by robert legvold about the author read more by robert legvold in this review the first was stephen kotkins stalin paradoxes of power the initial volume in a projected trilogy and now appears khlevniuks superb book a deeply . The most authoritative and engrossing biography of the notorious dictator ever written josef stalin exercised supreme power in the soviet union from 1929 until his death in 1953 by the amount and quality of information presented stalin new biography . On biographycom the complex disturbing story of soviet union dictator joseph stalin. This essential biography by the author most deeply familiar with the vast archives of the soviet era offers an unprecedented fine grained portrait of stalin the man and dictator without mythologizing stalin as either benevolent or an evil genius khlevniuk resolves numerous controversies about specific events in the dictators life while
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