Author: Robert C Tucker
Publisher: Progress; Russian Edition edition (1991)
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Put' k vlasti 1879-1929. Istoriia i lichnost'. by. Robert C Tucker (Author).
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Home Browse Books Book details, Stalin as Revolutionary, 1879-1929: A Study i.Stalin as Revolutionary, 1879-1929: A Study in History and Personality. A flood of Russian revelations since Stalin’s death in 1953 has removed any possible doubt that his name is going down in history as a byword for tyranny. They make it incontrovertibly clear that he was a man of dictatorial personality. In the party oligarchy that ruled Russia in the early Soviet years, Stalin does not seem to have been perceived by many as a potential dictator. The ruling group included a forceful though non-tyrannical leader in Lenin, who was surrounded by a galaxy of renowned rev-.
Robert C. Tucker is professor of politics emeritus at Princeton University and past president of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.
That Stalin was one of history's great tyrants began to dawn on the world during his lifetime and has become widely recognized since his death twenty years ago. But in spite of all the recent revelations about the man and his time, this most secretive of modern dictators has remained . But in spite of all the recent revelations about the man and his time, this most secretive of modern dictators has remained a profoundly enigmatic figure, awaiting interpretation as a personality against the background of the revolutionary movement that he joined in his youth. That is the task which Robert Tucker has undertaken here. Stalin, he shows, did not deliberately set out to be the tyrant that he eventually became
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Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. 1st ed. External-identifier. urn:acs6:ck:pdf:c82-40e93e45d220 urn:acs6:ck:epub:415-a47772287cd9 urn:oclc:record:1036882138. Duke University Libraries. Internet Archive Books.
This book is the first book in a proposed three-volume biography of Stalin written by Robert C. Tucker. This book contains all of the things you would expect from a biography of Stalin, including all of the stories of his childhood, etc. However, at the time of Tucker's death in 2011 only two volumes-this first volume and a second volume called "Stalin in Power: Revolution from Above 1928-1941"-had been published. This first volume offers a unique view of early life of Joseph Stalin. It reveals a young student who became a revolutionary by following his idealism. I first read this first volume as a library book in about 1977.
Robert Charles Tucker (May 29, 1918 – July 29, 2010) was an American political scientist and historian. Tucker is best remembered as a biographer of Joseph Stalin and as an analyst of the Soviet political system, which he saw as dynamic rather than unchanging. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, he was a Sovietologist at Princeton University. He served as an attaché at the American Embassy in Moscow from 1944–1953
Tucker has achieved a real break-through. Stalin as Revolutionary, 1879-1929 : A Study in History and Personality.
book by Robert C. Tucker has achieved a real break-through. his analysis throws a flood of light into previously obscure corners. Book in the Stalin Series).