Stalin's Ghost

  • Vladimir Fedorovski
  • Author:  Vladimir Fedorovski
  • Year: 09-01-2012
  • Translator From French: Vladimir Atanasov
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  • Product Code:  847-01
  • SKU: 16.0060
  • ISBN: 978-954-321-968-1
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The Russian people have a long tradition of beeing ruled by powerful kings," says Putin.

And Stalin was a powerful king. Ideologically, Putin plays with finesse. He changed the condemnation of Lenin in creeping rehabilitation of Stalin. Meanwhile Stalin was already the face of the order and security of the empire today, primarily because of the struggle against Nazism. Lenin was a symbol of Communist ideology. Stalin symbolizes the magnificence of the kings, of Eternal Russia. Let's bury Lenin! Let his mummy be removed and laid in a grave! Let's return the honor to Stalin, the Red King, whose actions legitimize him as heir to Ivan the Terrible. In this we can find the historic bridge built by Putin, who views himself as the incarnation of the first Romanov. He uttered a famous phrase with eloquent ambiguity: "The one who doesn't regret the USSR has no heart. The one who regrets it, has no common sense."

Nowadays, the justification of the dictator's deeds goes hand in hand with the revamped role of special services, so expensive for the Russian president. The "Father of Nations" sacrifices millions of human beings. But today's ordinary man is inclined to exonerate his crimes and highlights the "trump cards left behind by his system": the military industry, nuclear weapons, rockets and cosmonauts, the sanitary cordon from East European countries, the penetration of the Third World...


About the Author

Vladimir Fedorovski

Vladimir Fedorovski

Vladimir Fedorovski (born in 1950 in Moscow) is a French writer with Russian-Ukrainian origin, a former diplomat, with a doctorate degree in science history. Since 1995, he is a French citizen and is ... Read more

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Tags: Behind the Scenes,Historical Figures,Russia

Year 09-01-2012
Translator From French: Vladimir Atanasov
Pages 224
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.314 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Behind the Scenes, Historical Figures, Russia

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