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Coup D'Etat: The Technique of Revolution

by Curzio Malaparte

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Heden ten dage vallen uit Techniek van de staatsgreep nog weinig lessen te halen. Het boek leest eerder als een geschiedenisles over verschillende revoluties en coups in de toen recente geschiedenis, met een kleine voorspelling voor de komende jaren als kers op de taart. Interessant, maar weinig relevant.
Volledige bespreking via http://wraakvandedodo.blogspot.com/2009/11/curzio-malaparte-techniek-van-de.html ( )
  jebronse | Nov 27, 2009 |
De staatsgreep is volgens M. niet afhankelijk van de toestand in een land. Deze provocerende stelling is vooral gericht tegen de leninistische/stalinistische interpretatie van de Russische revolutie. Lees verder.... ( )
  boekenstrijd | Aug 14, 2007 |
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