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CHAPTER FOUR Growing Tension in 1935

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ON 1 DECEMBER 1934, Politburo member, Leningrad party secretary, and Stalin intimate Sergei Kirov was shot in the corridor outside his office in the Smolny building. Over the next four years the Stalinist leadership used the assassination as evidence of a widespread conspiracy against the Soviet state and its leaders and as a pretext for the Great Terror of the 1930s. Millions of people were arrested, imprisoned, or  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780300077728 0300077726 9780300133103 0300133103
Publication:Getty, J. Arch; The Road to Terror : Stalin and the Self-Destruction of the Bolsheviks, 1932-1939; 140; New Haven; London : Yale University Press, 1999
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ON 1 DECEMBER 1934, Politburo member, Leningrad party secretary, and Stalin intimate Sergei Kirov was shot in the corridor outside his office in the Smolny building. Over the next four years the Stalinist leadership used the assassination as evidence of a widespread conspiracy against the Soviet state and its leaders and as a pretext for the Great Terror of the 1930s. Millions of people were arrested, imprisoned, or shot in the aftermath of the assassination, and because it provided justification for Stalinist terror, the crime has been called “the key moment which determined the development of the Soviet system, and

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