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1 A COMMISSION OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE C. P. S. U. (B). History Of The Communist Party Of The Soviet Union (bolsheviks).
International Publishers, New York: 1939. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. The binding is coming apart at the seams. 

Price: 14.01 USD
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2 BEREZHKOV, VALENTIN M. At Stalin's Side: His Interpreter's Memoirs From The October Revolution To The Fall Of The Dictator's Empire.
Carol Publishing Group, New York: 1994. 1559722126 / 9781559722124 A Birch Book Press Book. First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Gift inscription to previous owner appears on front endpaper. 
Berezhkov's masterful blending of personal and public recollections of a panorama of life in the Soviet Union. Written by a man who was an important part of Joseph Stalin's inner circle, where he found himself at center stage of international diplomacy. Translated into English from the Russian by Sergei V. Mikheyev. Includes an Index. 
Price: 18.86 USD
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3 BLUNDELL, NIGEL. A Pictorial History Of Joseph Stalin.
JG Press, North Dighton: 1996. 1572151382 / 9781572151383 Reprint Edition - 1996. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
This comprehensively illustrated book presents a balanced view of Joseph Stalin. It describes his achievement of transforming backward Russia into the world's second nuclear power, the Soviet Union. It looks at a personal life that was filled with sadness and suicide, and remained hidden from public view. It assesses his abilities as a military commander and political leader. 
Price: 21.23 USD
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4 BONET, PILAR. Figures In A Red Landscape.
Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Washington, and Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore: 1993. 0943875455 / 9780943875453 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
A journalist writing for El Pais in Madrid offers a series of compelling portraits of ordinary - and extraordinary - Soviet citizens at a time of dramatic change. Capturing hopes and fears inspired by the historic events of 1990 and 1991, when Bonet traveled to many areas of the Soviet Union conducting interviews. Translated from the Spanish by Norman Thomas di Giovanni and Susan Ashe. Includes an Index. 
Price: 31.92 USD
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5 DUNHAM, DONALD. Kremlin Target: U.s.a. Conquest By Propaganda.
Ives Washburn, New York: 1961. First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condtiion. 
Analyzes Kremlin propaganda with case histories, shows how it slandered the U.S.A. abroad, undermines confidence in ourselves, distorts the American image in the USSR, and discusses ways to fight it. Includes Index. 
Price: 21.61 USD
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6 EISEN, WENDY. Count Us In: The Struggle To Free Soviet Jews, A Canadian Perspective.
Burgher Books, Toronto: 1995. 1896176054 / 9781896176055 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Signed by the author. Excellent condition. 
The first comprehensive account of Canadian efforts to free more than three million Jews who were trapped behind the Iron Curtain and persecuted for their beliefs. Includes an Index. 
Price: 19.57 USD
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7 HELLER, MIKHAIL & NEKRICH, ALEKSANDR M. Utopia In Power: The History Of The Soviet Union From 1917 To The Present.
Summit Books, New York: 0672462423 First United States Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition but some tears in the dustjacket. 
A volume that will stand as the definitive history of the Soviet Union for many years to come. A bold, comprehensive and readable work of tremendous sweep and depth. Translated into English from the Russian by Phyllis B. Carlos. Includes an Index. 
Price: 13.11 USD
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Penguin Books, Harmondsworth: 1983. 0140069526 / 9780140069525 First Penguin Books Edition. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 
Blending documentary and fiction, crammed with anecdotes, hearsay and humour, Red Monarch is one of the most entertaining and revealing books on Stalin yet written. Here the enigmas, the grotesqueries and contradictions of Stalin are conveyed in a series of quick, vivid sketches: Two Geniuses evokes the surreal drama of Stalin's historic meeting with Mao in Moscow; At His Wife's Grave touches on his relationship with his beloved first wife who committed suicide; Two Stalins takes place during a supper at which the film actor who played Stalin meets him... All these scenes accumulate into an enthralling portrait of one of the twentieth century's most monstrous and remarkable men. Translated from the Russian by Tanya E. Mairs. 
Price: 20.19 USD
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9 NENAROKOV, ALBERT P. , TITOV, HERMAN & ISACHENKO, GEORGI (FOREWORDS). Russia In The Twentieth Century: The View Of A Soviet Historian.
William Morrow & Co., NY: 1968. First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Reading copy. 
Presents the Soviet point of view in the late 1960s toward the titanic events which, centering on the October Revolution of 1917, have transformed Russia and made her a superpower. Includes photographs and an Index. Translated from the Russian by David Windheim. 
Price: 14.49 USD
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10 POND, ELIZABETH. From The Yaroslavsky Station: Russia Perceived.
Universe Books, New York: 1981. 0876633688 / 9780876633687 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition with slight tears and chips to DJ. 
From Moscow's Yaroslavsky Station to Eastern Siberia, Elizabeth Pond's farewell journey across the Soviet Union - 5,800 miles by Trans-Siberian Railway - becomes an excursion into "early Dostoevsky, late Tolstoy and ripe and raging Solzhenitsyn." 
Price: 9.03 USD
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11 ROBINSON, LOGAN. An American In Leningrad.
W. W. Norton and Company, New York: 1982. 0393015203 / 9780393015201 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Details the life of a young lawyer who lived in the Soviet Union and studied law there. . What he found was a people of considerable warmth and curiosity, fearfully tangled in red tape, short of food and hobbled by inefficient bureaucracy. He tells about them and others. 
Price: 32.78 USD
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12 SETON-WATSON, HUGH. The New Imperialism: A Background Book.
Dufour Editions, Chester Springs: 1964. Second Impression. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
This book, written in the years after World War II, is concerned with the "New Imperialism" of the Soviet Union, which is derived partly from the centuries-old expansionism of Russia and partly from the inherently imperialist nature of communism. The main part of the book consists of an analysis of the imperial system established in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, and of the policies which are being worked out with the aim of bringing Asia, Africa and Latin America under the dominion of the "New Imperialism." Includes an Index. 
Price: 24.46 USD
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13 SHACKFORD, R. H. The Truth About Soviet Lies.
Public Affairs Press, Washington: 1962. First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Some tears and nicks in dustjacket. 
This journalist who covered Soviet affairs intensely since the end of World War II draws on his first hand knowledge to describe how the representatives of the Kremlin carried on their campaign of misrepresentation at practically all of the major postwar international conferences. Includes an Index. 
Price: 37.29 USD
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14 SMITH, HEDRICK. The New Russians.
Avon Books, New York: 1991. 0380716518 / 9780380716517 First Avon Books Trade Printing. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Fifteen years after his his first look, Hedrick Smith revisted the Soviet Union for a stunning second look at its people, its politics, its staggering internal turmoil - from the crises in the breakaway Republics and the audacious failed military takeover to the remarkable rise of Boris Yeltsin - and has shed a briliant new light on the modern revolution that changed their world . . . and the West. Includes an Index. "A lively, rich and provocative book." - The New York Times Book Review 
Price: 3.71 USD
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15 VON RAUCH, GEORG. A History Of Soviet Russia.
Praeger, New York: 1966. Fourth Revised Edition. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 
Covers the entire period of Soviet rule from 1917 through 1963. "A book for the general reader who wants to tackle only one history of modern Russia but wants that one to be essentially complete. As lucid an analysis of recent developments there as any we have had." The New Yorker. Translated from the German by Peter and Annette Jacobsohn. Includes an Index. 
Price: 6.13 USD
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