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The secret history of Stalin's crimes

Author: Aleksandr Orlov
Publisher: London : Jarrolds, 1954, ©1953.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Orlov, Aleksandr, -1973.
Secret history of Stalin's crimes.
London : Jarrolds, 1954, ©1953
(OCoLC)551454392
Named Person: Joseph Stalin; Joseph Stalin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aleksandr Orlov
OCLC Number: 5868540
Description: 368 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The frame-up --
Stalin clears the way for himself --
The witchcraft trials --
The inquisitorial machine in action --
Our life is worth but a kopeck --
Zorokh Friedmann: the unknown hero --
Ivan Smirnov and Mrachkovsky: the end of a friendship --
The duty of a party man --
Zinoviev and Kamenev: the deal in the Kremlin --
Ter-Vaganyan: I don't want to be in the party anymore --
Yezhov's vengeance: Anna Arkus --
The blackmail --
V.M. Molotov: a close call --
The last hours --
Stalin sees what he failed to foresee --
Yury L. Pyatakov --
Karl Radek --
The denunciation --
The liquidation of the Chekists --
The execution of the Red Army generals --
Yagoda in his prison cell --
The medical assassinations: the death of Maxim Gorky --
Nikolai Bukharin --
Nikolai N. Krestinsky --
The scapegoats --
Used and discarded --
Stalin's closet friend --
Stalin's wife, Nadiejda Alliluyeva, and her brother Paul --
Andrei Vyshinsky --
Stalin's hobbies --
Postscript.
Responsibility: Alexander Orlov.

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