Vadim Z. Rogovin. Stalin’s Terror of 1937-1938.

Biblioteca / 1990-1999   2000-2009

Vadim Z. Rogovin. Stalin’s Terror of 1937-1938. Political Genocide in the USSR.

Oak Park, Michigan: Mehring Books, 2009.

Traducción: Frederick S. Choate

Edición original rusa: Partiia rasstreliannykh, Moscú, 1997.

Contents

Foreword

Introduction

1 – “Mass Operations”

2 – The January Plenum of the Central Committee: “On the Errors of Party Organizations”

3 – The January Plenum of the Central Committee: The Postyshev Affair

4 – Preparation for the Third Show Trial

5 – The Episode with Krestinsky

6 – Bukharin and Vyshinsky

7 – The “Conspiracy” of 1918

8 – The Mystery of Bukharin

9 – Yagoda’s Orbit

10 – Poisonings and Poisoners

11 – What Was True at the Trial?

12 – The Main Defendant

13 – The Trial’s Domestic Political Goals

14 – Foreign Policy Goals of the Moscow Trials

15 – The General Prosecutor

16 – The Sentence

17 – International Response to the Trial

18 – Trotsky on the Moscow Trials

19 – The Historical Fate of the Moscow Trials

20 – Stalin and His Intimate Circle

21 – In the Bowels of the Politburo

22 – Liquidation of the Central Committee

23 – The Party Apparatus

24 – The Army

25 – The NKVD

26 – The Komsomol

27 – The Non-Party Intelligentsia

28 – The People

29 – The Great Purge as Seen by Enemies of Soviet Power

30 – The Great Purge as Seen by Russian Emigres

31 – The Great Purge as Seen by Communists

32 – Was Anyone Guilty?

33 – Oppositionists in the Camps

34 – The Tragedy at Vorkuta

35 – Who Benefited from the Great Purge?

36 – The New Recruits of 1937

37 – Who Was Punished, and in What Way, After Stalin’s Death?

38 – Terror against Foreign Communists

39 – Non-Returners of 1937

40 – Non-Returners of 1938

41 – The Verdict of the Dewey Commission

42 – Bolshevism, Stalinism, Trotskyism

43 – “Hue and Cry over Kronstadt”

44 – “Their Morals and Ours”

45 – “The Old Man Would Find It Hard Without Sonny”

46 – An Agent Known as “Tulip”

47 – The Death of Leon Sedov

48 – Trotsky in Mexico

49 – Murders Abroad

50 – Paris Intrigues

51 – The End of the “Yezhov Period”

52 – The Falsification of History

Appendix I

Appendix II

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