battling for communism in war and Cold War
Making the Stalinist revolution
Exterminating internal threats to socialist unity
War and illusions
Soviet aims and Western concessions
Taking Eastern Europe
The communists in Berlin
Restoring the Stalinist dictatorship in a broken society
Shadows of the Cold War
Stalin and Truman: false starts
Potsdam, the bomb and Asia
Soviet retribution and post-war trials
Settling retribution and ethnic groups
Reaffirming communist ideology
Stalin's Cold War
New communist regimes in Poland and Czechoslovakia
The pattern of dictatorships: Bulgaria, Romania, and Hungary
Communism in Yugoslavia, Albania, and Greece
The passing of the communist moment in Western Europe
Stalin's choices and the future of Europe
Stalinist failures: Yugoslavia and Germany
Looking at Asia from the Kremlin
New waves of Stalinization
Stalin's last will and testament.
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Praise to God! Satan has croaked!
while the self-proclaimed master might lay down ideological-political dogma from Moscow, enforcing it was a delicate matter.
The Soviet leadership approached international relations as a zero-sum game.
For him it was a question not just of winning the war but also of out doing the Western Allies in winning the peace.
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