Late Stalinist Russia: Society Between Reconstruction and Reinvention

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Routledge, Sep 27, 2006 - History - 288 pages

The late Stalinist period, long neglected by researchers more interested in the high-profile events of the 1930s, has recently become the focus of much new research by people keen to understand the enormous impact of the war on Soviet society and to understand Soviet life under 'mature socialism'. Written by top scholars from high profile universities, this impressive work brings together much new, cutting edge research on a wide range of aspects of late Stalinist society. Filling a gap in the literature, it focuses above all on the experience of the Soviet people and their interaction with ideology, state policy and national and international politics.

 

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Contents

Notes on contributors
PART I
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Red Army
Subversive tales? War rumours in the Soviet Union 19451947
PART II
warand the rise ofthesecond economy
concealing party crimes in the post
PART IV
order emotions
PART V
space history
Conclusion Late Stalinism in historical perspective
Index
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