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Stalins Russia

Book Description
Part of the Questions in History series for AS and A Level History, this title examines the Soviet Union under Stalin, concentratng on the period before the Second World War. Includes: /Why did Stalin win the struggle for power? /Collectivisation /How successful were the Five-Year Plans? /The Terror /Was Soviet society transformed under Stalin? /Issues and interpretations
Book Information
PublisherCollins Educational
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages48
Publication Date03/30/1997
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About Martyn Whittock (Author) : Martyn Whittock is a published author and an editor of children's books. Some of the published credits of Martyn Whittock include World Study After 1900 and the Black Peoples of America (Hodder Histor... more
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