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Politics, murder, and love in Stalin's Kremlin : the story of Nikolai Bukharin and Anna Larina

Author: Paul R Gregory
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press. ©2010
Series: Hoover Institution Press publication, 579.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Drawing from Hoover Institution archival documents, Paul Gregory sheds light on how the world's first socialist state went terribly wrong and why it was likely to veer off course through the tragic story of Stalin's most prominent victims: Pravda editor Nikolai Bukharin and his wife, Anna Larina.
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Gregory, Paul R.
Politics, murder, and love in Stalin's Kremlin.
Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, ©2010
(DLC) 2010282286
(OCoLC)503074572
Named Person: Anna Larina; Nikolaĭ Bukharin; Anna Larina
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul R Gregory
ISBN: 0817910360 9780817910365 9780817910389 0817910387
OCLC Number: 961509750
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 191 pages).
Contents: Front Cover ; Book Title; Copyright ; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. April 15, 1937: A Plea from Prison; 2. March 15, 1938: A Husband Executed; 3. September 8, 1927: Digging His Own Grave; 4. 1926: Stalin Plays an Unlikely Cupid; 5. Summer with Stalin (1927); 6. June 1928: "You and I Are the Himalayas"; 7. July 4-12, 1928: Bukharin Fights Back; 8. Autumn 1928: Pity Not Me; 9. Autumn 1928: A Fifteen-Year-Old "Co-conspirator"; 10. January 23, 1929: "To a New Catastrophe with Closed Eyes"; 11. Early Warnings: Stalin Is Dangerous. 12. Father and Daughter as Bolshevik Idealists13. January 30, 1929: "You Can Test the Nerves of an Elephant, Bukhashka"; 14. Summer of 1934: A Second Fateful Meeting; 15. April 16-23, 1929: Waterloo; 16. 1929-1931: The Woman on the Train; 17. August 1929: Removal from the Politburo; 18. New Year's Eve, 1929: Chastened Schoolboys Drop In on the Boss; 19. April 16, 1930: Bukharin Sinks to His Knees; 20. July 1930: With Anna in the Crimea; 21. October 14, 1930: Overtaken by "Insanities"; 22. January 27, 1934: Courtship, Bad Omens, and Marriage; 23. December 1, 1934: Kirov Is Shot. 24. August 23, 1936: Nadezhda Tries to Help25. April 25, 1935: Humiliating Editor Bukharin; 26. March-April 1936: Bukharin Opts to Stay and Fight; 27. August 27, 1936: What Accusers? They're Dead.; 28. November 16, 1936: Bukharin Grovels; 29. December 4, 1936: Dress Rehearsal for Arrest; 30. December 1936 --
January 1937: Confrontations; 31. February 15, 1937: "I Will Begin a Hunger Strike"; 32. February 24, 1937: To a Future Generation; 33. February 24-25, 1937: On the Whipping Post; 34. February 27, 1937: For or Against the Death Penalty? 35. February 27, 1937: Arrest Warrant for "Bukharin, N.I."36. February 27, 1937: Arrest and Parting; 37. February 1937: Anna Larina Is Betrayed; 38. April 1937: Impossible Dream; 39. June 2, 1937: Bukharin's Cagey Confession; 40. June 1937: Anna Meets a New Widow; 41. March 2-13, 1938: Twenty-one on Trial; 42. March 12, 1938: Papering over Bukharin's Final Defiance; 43. March 15, 1938: The Ultimate Payback: A Ghastly Death; 44. May 1938: Anna's Own Ordeal; 45. December 1938: Back from the Precipice; 46. Late December 1938: Advice from a Mass Murderer. 47. Summer of 1956: Reunion with Iura48. February 5, 1988: Rehabilitated by Old Men; 49. A Special (Specially Tardy) Delivery; 50. Bukharin, Stalin, and the Bolshevik Revolution; Notes; Cast of Characters; About the Author; Index.
Series Title: Hoover Institution Press publication, 579.
Responsibility: Paul R. Gregory.

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