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BERIA’S ASCENSION to the leading party post in Georgia was a remarkable achievement for a man only thirty-two years old, even by the standards of the Bolshevik party, where men rose rapidly in the hierarchy. But it reportedly caused considerable consternation at all levels within the Georgian Communist Party. No matter how great their devotion to the bolshevik cause, few party members could feel comfortable with the  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780691010939 9780691214245 0691214247
Publication:KNIGHT, AMY; Beria : Stalin's First Lieutenant; 47; PRINCETON; NEW JERSEY : Princeton University Press, 2020
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8613325462
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BERIA’S ASCENSION to the leading party post in Georgia was a remarkable achievement for a man only thirty-two years old, even by the standards of the Bolshevik party, where men rose rapidly in the hierarchy. But it reportedly caused considerable consternation at all levels within the Georgian Communist Party. No matter how great their devotion to the bolshevik cause, few party members could feel comfortable with the idea of a ruthless police chief as their new boss, especially since his promotion had been achieved by underhanded attacks on colleagues. The Tbilisi party committee leadership refused to support the October 31

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