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Josef Stalin (Leading Lives)

by David Downing

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0431138559, Paperback)

This title explores the life of Josef Stalin. It examines his early years, his studies and interests, his professional life, his low points and his legacy. The volume contains: feature panels detailing the lives of colleagues, rivals and others, sources, quotes and eyewitness accounts; further reading and web sites; and a timeline and maps. It is part of the "Leading Lives" series. An underlying theme throughout this series is whether an individual can change the course of history.

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Charts lives of history's famous men and women; events, background, people and assesses individual's role and legacy. How Stalin came to power during a period of deep turmoil in Russia. 11 yrs+

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