Schlögel, Karl.Livingstone, Rodney. (©2012) Moscow, 1937 /Cambridge, UK ; Polity,MLA Citation
Schlögel, Karl.Livingstone, Rodney.Moscow, 1937. Cambridge, UK : Polity, ©2012. Print.
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Moscow, 1937 /
Karl Schlögel ; translated by Rodney Livingstone.
|Main Author:||Schlögel, Karl.|
|Other Names:||Livingstone, Rodney.|
|Published:||Cambridge, UK ; Polity, ©2012.|
|Topics:||Moscow Trials, Moscow, Russia, 1936-1937. | Communist party purges - History. | Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953.|
|Regions:||Moscow (Russia) - History - 20th century. | Moscow (Russia) - Social conditions. | Soviet Union - Politics and government - 1936-1953. | Russia (Federation) - Moscow. | Soviet Union. | Moscow (Russia) - History. | Moscow (Russia) | Soviet Union - Politics and government.|
|Uniform Title:||Terror und Traum. English|
|Physical Description:||xix, 652 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 24 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Language Note:||Translation of: Terror und Traum.
|Summary:||"Moscow, 1937: the Soviet metropolis at the zenith of Stalin's dictatorship. A society utterly wrecked by a hurricane of violence. In this compelling book, the renowned historian Karl Schlögel reconstructs with meticulous care the process through which, month by month, the terrorism of a state-of-emergency regime spiraled into the 'Great Terror' during which 1.5 million human beings lost their lives within a single year. He revisits the sites of show trials and executions and, by also consulting numerous sources from the time, provides a masterful panorama of these key events in Russian history. He shows how, in the shadow of the reign of terror, the regime around Stalin also aimed to construct a new society. Based on countless documents, Schlögel's historical masterpiece vividly presents an age in which the boundaries separating the dream and the terror dissolve, and enables us to experience the fear that was felt by people subjected to totalitarian rule. This rich and absorbing account of the Soviet purges will be essential reading for all students of Russia and for any readers interested in one of the most dramatic and disturbing events of modern history."--Jacket.
|Notes:||Colored map on endpapers.
|Subject:||Moscow Trials (Russia : 1936-1937)|