Barry McLoughlin – Kevin McDermott, eds. Stalin’s Terror.

Biblioteca / 2000-2009 

Barry McLoughlin – Kevin McDermott, editors. Stalin’s Terror. High Politics and Mass Repression in the Soviet Union.

Nueva York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

xviii, 255 páginas.



1 – Rethinking Stalinist Terror / Barry McLoughlin and Kevin McDermott

Part I

The Politics of Repression

2 – Party and NKVD: Power Relationships in the Years of the Great Terror / Oleg Khlevniuk

3 – Ezhov’s Scenario for the Great Terror and the Falsified Record of the Third Moscow Show Trial / Wladislaw Hedeler

4 – Dimitrov, the Comintern and Stalinist Repression / Fridrikh I. Firsov

Part II

The Police and Mass Repression

5 – Social Disorder, Mass Repression and the NKVD during the 1930s / David Shearer

6 – Mass Operations of the NKVD, 1937–8: A Survey / Barry McLoughlin

7 – The “Polish Operation” of the NKVD, 1937–8 / Nikita Petrov and Arsenii Roginskii

Part III

Victim Studies

8 – Foreign Communists and the Mechanisms of Soviet Cadre Formation in the USSR / Berthold Unfried

9 – Stalinist Terror in the Moscow District of Kuntsevo, 1937–8 / Aleksandr Vatlin and Natalia Musienko

10 – The Fictitious “Hitler-Jugend” Conspiracy of the Moscow NKVD / Hans Schafranek and Natalia Musienko

11 – Terror against Foreign Workers in the Moscow Elektrozavod Plant, 1937–8 / Sergei Zhuravlev

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