Книга: Milovan Djilas «Conversations with Stalin»
Серия: "Modern Classics"
This extraordinarily vivid and unnerving book three meetings held with Stalin during and after the Second World War. Djilas brilliantly describes the dictator in his lair - cunning, cruel, enormously talented. Few books give as clear a sense of what made Stalin such a compelling figure and how he was able to hypnotise and terrify those around him. Djilas also describes the key members of Stalin's court: Beria, Malenkov, Zhukov, Molotov and Khruschchev. The result is a gripping account of the ruler at the height of his fame and power.
Издательство: "Penguin Books Ltd." (2014)
Формат: 125x195, 176 стр.
ISBN: 978-0-141-39309-4 Купить за 879 руб на Озоне
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