Fb2 Trotsky: A Biography ePub
by Dmitri Volkogonov
|Subcategory:||Memoris and Biographies|
|Publisher:||Holiday House (April 1995)|
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Dmitri Antonovich Volkogonov (Russian: Дми́трий Анто́нович Волкого́нов) (22 March 1928 – 6 December 1995) was a Soviet/Russian historian and colonel general who was head of the Soviet military's psychological warfare department
Dmitri Antonovich Volkogonov (Russian: Дми́трий Анто́нович Волкого́нов) (22 March 1928 – 6 December 1995) was a Soviet/Russian historian and colonel general who was head of the Soviet military's psychological warfare department.
Dmitri Volkogonov's well-written, thorough biography digs deep in newly opened Russian archives for the stories behind Trotsky's multiple exiles
Dmitri Volkogonov's well-written, thorough biography digs deep in newly opened Russian archives for the stories behind Trotsky's multiple exiles. As such, the biography draws a clear picture of the person and beliefs of this revolutionary, and provides a corrective to Stalin's smear campaigns. This is not to leave Trotsky in a privileged position, however. The brilliantly Trotsky leaves little doubt that he had no scruples in turning narcissism and ruthlessness into mass murder.
Volkogonov on a few issues. The one thing I would say about this book is that it is slightly mistitled An exhaustive and somewhat comprehensive biography. The legend of Lenin is deconstructed. Many will see him in a different light. The one thing I would say about this book is that it is slightly mistitled. It is less a biography of Lenin as it is biography of Leninism-which is an equally useful study. I really liked his discussions of the implications of Lenin's ideas and actions and the evolution of those ideas over time, under each of his successors. I have never disagreed with the contention that Stalin is the heir of Lenin, but Prof. An exhaustive and somewhat comprehensive biography.
Читайте Trotsky (автор: Dmitri Volkogonov) бесплатно 30 дней в. .Trotsky: Eternal Revolutionary. автор: Dmitri Volkogonov.
Читайте Trotsky (автор: Dmitri Volkogonov) бесплатно 30 дней в течении пробного периода. Читайте книги и аудиокниги без ограничений в веб-браузере или на устройствах iPad, iPhone и Android. This biography describes Trotsky's career as a revolutionary before World War I and his roles successively as chief organizer of the October revolution, military hero of the Russian civil war and outspoken critic of the Stalinst style of leadership.
Sally Laird, Observer. In the first fully documented life of one of the greatest revolutionaries in history, Dmitri Volkogonov is free for the first time to assess Lenin’s life and legacy, unconstrained by demands of political orthodoxy.
Key words - Trotsky, Volkogonov, Soviet Union, Trotskyism, Stalinism. Although this book is less personally hostile to its subject than with his Lenin, indeed, Volkogonov actually finds some aspects of Trotsky’s personality quite attractive, whereas poor Lenin seems to have no redeeming features whatsoever, it adds little to our understanding of the man. Many of Volkogonov’s conceptions are hardly original.
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Авторы:Harold Shukman, Dmitri Volkogonov
Авторы:Harold Shukman, Dmitri Volkogonov. Plekhanov had taken as the epigraph for his book an extract from a letter Chernyshevsky had written to his wife in October 1862 when he was in the Peter-Paul Fortress in St Petersburg: ‘Our life together belongs to history: in hundreds of years from now our names will still be dear to people, and they will remember them with gratitud. 61 Lenin. Even Trotsky, who after October 1917 and to the end of his days described himself as a Leninist, criticized Lenin at the turn of the century for his lack of ‘flexibility of thought’, his belittling of the rôle of theory, which could lead to a ‘dictatorship over the proletariat’.
Following Stalin (1991) and Lenin (1994), Dmitri Vokogonov completes his grand trilogy of biographies of the giants who dominated the history of the Soviet Union. A dynamic and inspiring public speaker, military hero of the Russian civil war, and a brilliant organiser and theorist, Trotsky also played a large part in advocating the system of state terror which was ultimately to lead to the nightmare of Stalinism.