Stalin s Letters to Molotov

These letters from Stalin to his trusted friend and political colleague Molotov constitute a unique historical record of Stalin's thinking - both personal and political - during a dramatic period of transformation in the Soviet Union

Author: Joseph Stalin

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300068610

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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These letters from Stalin to his trusted friend and political colleague Molotov constitute a unique historical record of Stalin's thinking - both personal and political - during a dramatic period of transformation in the Soviet Union

Document on German Foreign Policy 1918 1945

Page 1940 Oct. 18 186 317 The Ambassador in the Soviet Union to the Foreign
Ministry Reports that he has given Molotov the letter to Stalin . Oct. 18 187 317
The Foreign Minister to the Embassy in the Soviet Union Requests explanation
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Stalin and the Fate of Europe

In one notable incident in early December 1945, Stalin pointedly criticized
Molotov in a letter to the other three of his chief deputies, Georgi Malenkov,
Lavrentii Beria, and Anastas Mikoyan. (Molotov was the fourth in the ruling “four,”
the ...

Author: Norman M. Naimark

Publisher: Belknap Press

ISBN: 067423877X

Category: History

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It can seem as though the Cold War division of Europe was inevitable. But Stalin was more open to a settlement on the continent than is assumed. In this powerful reassessment of the postwar order, Norman Naimark returns to the four years after WWII to illuminate European leaders' efforts to secure national sovereignty amid dominating powers.

Internationale Newsletter Der Vergleichenden Historischen Komintern Kommunismus und Stalinismusforschung

Lars T . Lih , Oleg V . Naumov and Oleg V . Khlevniuk ( eds ) : Stalin ' s Letters to
Molotov , 1925 – 1936 . New Haven and London : Yale University Press 1995 .
XVIII + 276 pp . ( Annals of Communism ) Reviewed by Kevin McDermott ...

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Lenin Rediscovered

This commentary to Lenin's landmark "What is to be Done?" (1902) provides hitherto unavailable contextual information about Lenin's outlook and aims that undermines previous interpretations.

Author: Lars T. Lih

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004131205

Category: Social Science

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This commentary to Lenin's landmark "What is to be Done?" (1902) provides hitherto unavailable contextual information about Lenin's outlook and aims that undermines previous interpretations. It challenges established views about Marxism, 'revolutionary Social Democracy' and Bolshevism.

Stalin and Togliatti

Stalin's foreign policy was based on the ideological postulate that war between
the capitalist and Socialist camps was ... See L. Lih , O. Naumov , and O.
Khlevniuk , eds . , Stalin's Letters to Molotov , 1925–1936 ( New Haven , CT :
Yale ...

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Publisher: Stanford University Press

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The authors employ previously classified documents in Russian and Italian archives, including reports to Stalin on the virtually daily meetings of Palmiro Togliatti, head of the Italian Communist Party, with Soviet diplomats. This recent, post-revisionist scholarship underscores the role of Stalin's ambitions and their incompatibility with liberal-democratic systems in the development of the Cold War. Stalin and Togliatti come across as shrewd politicians, implacable enemies of the capitalist West, yet acutely aware of the limits of their power.

Bulletin

CPSU received letters from Malenkov and An interesting aspect of the discussion
Kaganovich , and also a letter from ( former ... public announcement Allow me to
read Kaganovich's letter . of Molotov's rehabilitation , pipes up in ( Reads the
letter ) . ... And in general those scandalous disgraces which Khrushchev
comMEETING OF POLITBURO OF CPSU mitted in relation to Stalin would never
have 12 ...

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The Kremlin Letters

Ranging from intimate personal greetings to weighty salvos about diplomacy and strategy, this book offers fascinating new revelations of the political machinations and human stories behind the Allied triumvirate.Edited and narrated by two ...

Author: David Reynolds

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300241046

Category: History

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A penetrating account of the dynamics of World War II’s Grand Alliance through the messages exchanged by the "Big Three"Stalin exchanged more than six hundred messages with Allied leaders Churchill and Roosevelt during the Second World War. In this riveting volume—the fruit of a unique British-Russian scholarly collaboration—the messages are published and also analyzed within their historical context. Ranging from intimate personal greetings to weighty salvos about diplomacy and strategy, this book offers fascinating new revelations of the political machinations and human stories behind the Allied triumvirate.Edited and narrated by two of the world’s leading scholars on World War II diplomacy and based on a decade of research in British, American, and newly available Russian archives, this crucial addition to wartime scholarship illuminates an alliance that really worked while exposing its fractious limits and the issues and egos that set the stage for the Cold War that followed.

The New Republic

For , much as Stalin cam ity to the law of sin which is in my mem tinue to ' hear ' it
persistently , inter alia . to identify the ... Contrary to his reputation , he Stalin's
Letters to Molotov , 1925-1936 played a fiery temper that sometir transformed ...

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Histoire Russe

Note Stalin's comment in a letter to Molotov in December 1929 about reported
successes in mass collectivization : “ The eyes of our rightists are popping out of
their heads in amazement . .. ” ( ellipsis in original ) . Stalin's Letters to Molotov ...

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Issues Studies

Can one really explain Stalin's conviction in his private correspondence with
Viacheslav Molotov , his closest ... 8Lars T. Lih et al . , eds . , Stalin's Letters to
Molotov : 1925-1936 ( New Haven and London : Yale University Press , 1995 ) ,
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Kritika

intention was just to demonstrate ( in Stalin ' s words ) “ a direct link between
these gentlemen and the rightists ” and to ... The topic continued to be discussed :
see Stalin ' s letters to Molotov of 2 and 22 September 1930 and Molotov ' s to ...

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European Labour Forum

Stalin's Letters to Molotov , 1925-1936 . Yale roshilov and Bulganin ) immediately
af museum were abandoned . The library University Press , New Haven and
London , ter a meeting of the small ' leadership consisting of nearly 20,000
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Report on the USSR

How to Run a Show Trial : The Stalin - Molotov Letters IVI in the organization of
terror in the USSR . Further • The names of the victims are often grouped territo
because they , their families , or supporters were able to rially , suggesting that is
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Novak , E. A. Stalin , Joseph , 1879-1953 Radzinsky , E. Stalin Stalin , J. Stalin's
letters to Molotov , 1925-1936 Thurston , R. W. Life and terror in Stalin's Russia ,
1934-1941 Stalin . Radzinsky , E. Stalinism and Soviet rail transport , 1928-41 .

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The New York Times Book Review

To the Editor : In his remarks about “ Stalin's Letters to Molotov , 1925-1936 ” ( “
Revelations , Secrets , Gossip and Lies : Sifting Warily Through the Soviet
Archives , ” May 14 ) , Steven Merritt Miner says that the editors make “ silly
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Political History and Culture of Russia

Stalin , Joseph , 1879-1953 . [ Pis'ma 1.V. Stalina V.M. Molotovu , 1925-1936 gg .
English ) Stalin's letters to Molotov , 1925-1936 / edited by Lars T. Lih , Oleg V.
Naumov , and Oleg V. Knievniuk ; Russian consulting scholars , L. Kosheleva .

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Administrative Reforms in the Baltic Sea Region

Stalin ' s correspondence with his leading deputies V . M . Molotov and L . M .
Kaganovich for the 1920s and 1930s ... V . M . Molotovu 1925 - 1936 gg : Sbornik
dokumentov [ The letters of I . V . Stalin to V . M . Molotov 1925 - 1936 : A
collection ...

Author: Erk Volkmar Heyen

Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh & Company

ISBN: 9783832910105

Category: History

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The Yearbook of European Administrative History is the only interdisciplinary and comparative scientific periodical of its type, dealing mainly with European administration from the 17th to 20th century. Each volume is dedicated to a principal topic of interest. Additionally, it offers criticisms and information on the status of research in individual European countries. The contributions appear in German, French, Italian, and English language, and contain an English summary.

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Pravda , 5 May 1922 . Letter from Josef Stalin to Viacheslav Molotov , 29 August
1929 in Lars T . Lih , et al . , eds . , Stalin ' s Letters to Molotov ( New Haven and
London , 1995 ) , 174 . Letter from Stalin to Molotov , 9 September 1929 , in Ibid .

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