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Stalin's Great Secret ➾ Stalin's Great Secret Download ➹ Author Isaac Don Levine – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The extraordinary story of the search for and discovery of the history making secret of Stalin s life that he could never forget nor allow anyone to remember The extraordinary story of the search for and discovery of the history making secret of Stalin s life that he could never forget nor allow anyone to remember.


10 thoughts on “Stalin's Great Secret

  1. Chuck Chuck says:

    I found this book recently in a thrift shop and when I opened it I noticed that it had been autographed by the author in May of 1956 It was signed and commented on in the fine penmanship that was so common in the early twentieth century The author was an expatriate of Russia and came to the U.S in fear of his life He lived through the purges, the Russian Revolution, two World Wars and knew Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin personally The book attempts to outline what a ruthless psychopath Stalin wa I found this book recently in a thrift shop and when I opened it I noticed that it had been autographed by the author in May of 1956 It was signed and commented on in the fine penmanship that was so common in the early twentieth century The author was an expatriate of Russia and came to the U.S in fear of his life He lived through the purges, the Russian Revolution, two World Wars and knew Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin personally The book attempts to outline what a ruthless psychopath Stalin was and calls him the Judas of the 20th century It also intimates Stalin s involvement in the deaths of Lenin, Trotsky and other leaders of the communist cause and also his ex wife It is a tedious book and unless you are a history professor or were raised in Moscow seventy years ago, you may prefer to read a J.C Penney catalogue


  2. Eric Lee Eric Lee says:

    I don t think I ll be giving anything away by saying what the secret was Stalin was an agent of the tsarist police, the Okhrana, from 1906 until 1912 Isaac Don Levine, who wrote the first biography of Stalin published in English in 1931, returned to the subject a quarter of a century later, admitting that his mind had changed Like Trotsky and other biographers of the Soviet dictator, Levine had heard rumours of Stalin s treason to the revolutionary cause, but had discounted them There was no I don t think I ll be giving anything away by saying what the secret was Stalin was an agent of the tsarist police, the Okhrana, from 1906 until 1912 Isaac Don Levine, who wrote the first biography of Stalin published in English in 1931, returned to the subject a quarter of a century later, admitting that his mind had changed Like Trotsky and other biographers of the Soviet dictator, Levine had heard rumours of Stalin s treason to the revolutionary cause, but had discounted them There was no documentary proof And then after the Second World War, Levine was handed a document which seemed to offer precisely that proof of Stalin s employment by the police as a mole There is a gap of a decade between Levine s receipt of that document which he was convinced was genuine and the publication of this book Levine s explanation of that gap is not a credible one, and one imagines that he had some lingering doubts that he might have been handed a forgery His later silence on this issue, including in his autobiography, lead me to suspect precisely that Most historians and critics were convinced that this was indeed the case, and the infamous Eremin Letter may have just been oneforged Russian document, like the better known Zinoviev letter from 1924 But there may beto it than that


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10 thoughts on “Stalin's Great Secret

  1. Chuck Chuck says:

    I found this book recently in a thrift shop and when I opened it I noticed that it had been autographed by the author in May of 1956 It was signed and commented on in the fine penmanship that was so common in the early twentieth century The author was an expatriate of Russia and came to the U.S in fear of his life He lived through the purges, the Russian Revolution, two World Wars and knew Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin personally The book attempts to outline what a ruthless psychopath Stalin wa I found this book recently in a thrift shop and when I opened it I noticed that it had been autographed by the author in May of 1956 It was signed and commented on in the fine penmanship that was so common in the early twentieth century The author was an expatriate of Russia and came to the U.S in fear of his life He lived through the purges, the Russian Revolution, two World Wars and knew Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin personally The book attempts to outline what a ruthless psychopath Stalin was and calls him the Judas of the 20th century It also intimates Stalin s involvement in the deaths of Lenin, Trotsky and other leaders of the communist cause and also his ex wife It is a tedious book and unless you are a history professor or were raised in Moscow seventy years ago, you may prefer to read a J.C Penney catalogue

  2. Eric Lee Eric Lee says:

    I don t think I ll be giving anything away by saying what the secret was Stalin was an agent of the tsarist police, the Okhrana, from 1906 until 1912 Isaac Don Levine, who wrote the first biography of Stalin published in English in 1931, returned to the subject a quarter of a century later, admitting that his mind had changed Like Trotsky and other biographers of the Soviet dictator, Levine had heard rumours of Stalin s treason to the revolutionary cause, but had discounted them There was no I don t think I ll be giving anything away by saying what the secret was Stalin was an agent of the tsarist police, the Okhrana, from 1906 until 1912 Isaac Don Levine, who wrote the first biography of Stalin published in English in 1931, returned to the subject a quarter of a century later, admitting that his mind had changed Like Trotsky and other biographers of the Soviet dictator, Levine had heard rumours of Stalin s treason to the revolutionary cause, but had discounted them There was no documentary proof And then after the Second World War, Levine was handed a document which seemed to offer precisely that proof of Stalin s employment by the police as a mole There is a gap of a decade between Levine s receipt of that document which he was convinced was genuine and the publication of this book Levine s explanation of that gap is not a credible one, and one imagines that he had some lingering doubts that he might have been handed a forgery His later silence on this issue, including in his autobiography, lead me to suspect precisely that Most historians and critics were convinced that this was indeed the case, and the infamous Eremin Letter may have just been oneforged Russian document, like the better known Zinoviev letter from 1924 But there may beto it than that

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