A flaw in the design. Lenin's dead end
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Origins of the Russian misfortune : the Russian solution to 19th century feudali
Кол-во страниц: 207
The book examines how the Russian leaders in the 19th century planted the seeds for the three revolutions at the start of the 20th century, thus laying the foundation for Russia's future. The author believes that the autocracy's decision to embark on a purely Russian path toward eliminating feudalism, rejecting the paths chosen by the Prussians and Americans, was pivotal in determining Russia's future. It is for that reason that any analysis of Russia's fate in the 20th century must begin with an examination of how it transitioned away from a feudal society.
Summoning the spirit of General Vlasov
Кол-во страниц: 118
Summoning the Spirit of General Vlasov, by Gavriil Popov, is a well-researched and thought-provoking examination of the General and all the major players of that era who were against state-bureaucratic socialism. These include opponents of Lenin; enemies of Stalin; and much more.
This long overdue book, with its many twists and turns, sheds much light on this elusive figure in Russian history. “In some ways”, writes the author, “he (General Vlasov) was a hero of Moscow defense”. Readers will have plenty to ponder with this well-written analysis of General Andrey Andreyevich Vlasov.
The manifestation of the ghost of communism (Stalin's socialism)
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