7 edition of Yezhov found in the catalog.
J. Arch Getty
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||J. Arch Getty and Oleg V. Naumov ; with the assistance of Nadezhda V. Muraveva.|
|Contributions||Naumov, Oleg V.|
|LC Classifications||DK268.E93 G48 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007044692|
Yezhov by J. Arch Getty, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(32). Yezhov: the rise of Stalin's. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library # Yezhov: the rise of Stalin\'s \"iron fist\"\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:reviewBody\/a> \" \"This book, based upon unprecedented access to Communist Party archives and.
Book Awards Book Club Selections Books by Author Books by Series Coming Soon Kids' Books New Releases Teens' Books This Month's Biggest New Releases Subjects Biography Business Cookbooks, Food & Wine Current Affairs & Politics Diet, Health & Fitness Fiction Graphic Novels & Comics History Mystery & Crime Religion Romance Sci-Fi & Fantasy Self Brand: Erythros Press & Media. Head of the secret police from to , N. I. Yezhov was a foremost Soviet leader during these years, second in power only to Stalin himself. Under Yezhov's orders, millions of arrests, imprisonments, deportations, and executions were carried out. This book, based upon unprecedented access to Communist Party archives and Yezhov's personal archives, looks into the life and career of the.
After Stalin no longer viewed him favorably, Yagoda was demoted and executed, and was replaced as chief hangman in by Yezhov, the "bloodthirsty dwarf." Yezhov was not Jewish but was blessed. YEZHOV VS. STALIN: THE CAUSES OF THE MASS REPRESSIONS OF – IN THE USSR Grover Furr Conquest’s book proved to be of enormous value as anticommunist propaganda. Scholars of Soviet history began to employ “the Great Terror,” as a designation for this period of Soviet.
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The authors try to show, successfully I think, that Yezhov's personal and professional qualities suited him to rapid promotion at a time when capable, hardworking Communists were in short supply.
The authors do not agree with Jansen and Petrov's book, which credits Yezhov's rise to Stalin and claims that Yezhov's personality changed in the by: 5.
A "well-written and fascinating book Yezhov can be read as a contribution to an ongoing debate among academic students of Stalinism about the limits of Stalin's personal powerGetty and Naumov's [Yezhov] is much more his own man, a shrewd and capable bureaucrat who independently fought his way up, a man who knew how to play the game, and who was finally.
Nikolai Yezhov was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 1st May Just five foot tall with a crippled leg, Yezhov was nicknamed the "Dwarf". After leaving school he worked as a tailor's assistant.
In he joined the Russian Army and saw action on the Eastern Front during the First World War. Yezhov joined the Bolsheviks after the February. Yezhov book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The definitive study of Nikolai Yezhov’s rise to become the chief of Stalin’s /5. This splendid book exposes the anti-Soviet plotting by Nikolai Yezhov, the head of the NKVD from September to November As in all his books, Professor Furr destroys the anti-Soviet version of Soviet history by presenting evidence gleaned from painstaking archival by: 1.
Mehring Yayıncılık announced the publication of five major works by the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI) at its Istanbul Book Fair stall, including two authored by David North. Vadim Rogovin and the sociology of Stalinism.
Septem marked the 20th anniversary of the death of Soviet Marxist historian and. Stalin's Loyal Executioner: People's Commissar Nikolai Ezhov, by Marc Jansen and Nikita Petrov is a great addition to the story of Soviet communism, a story that is still unfolding, but has not completely been told.
This book will remain the authoritative source of the life and times of Nikolai Yezhov, until the Russian archives are once again fully opened to scholars. Nikolay Ivanovich Yezhov, Russian Communist Party official who, while chief of the Soviet security police (NKVD) from toadministered the most severe stage of the great purges, known as Yezhovshchina (or Ezhovshchina).
Nothing is known of his early life (he was nicknamed the “Dwarf”. The authors uncover the full details of Yezhov's rise to power and conclude that he was not merely Stalin's tool but a skillful maneuverer in his own right. The historical documents provide a thorough portrait of Yezhov and reveal a man of fanatical dedication to his leader and his party--a man who became a willing murderer.4/5(4).
[Material from Yezhov's principal years of power () is omitted, mainly because I didn't want to plagiarize the whole book. Such information is available from the book itself, in lesser detail from other sources, or, in brief summary, from other pages on this site.] Yezhov's relatives -- their fate.
The first name after Stalin’s own, a point energetically made by Nikolai Yezhov’s daughter* in her fruitless post-Soviet attempts to rehabilitate the man. But clearing a fellow’s name is a tough task when that name is the mother tongue’s very metonym for political persecution: the Soviet Union’s mind-bending lates witch hunt for.
“Until this book by Getty and Naumov, no scholar has treated Yezhov as a human being and sought to understand why he did inhuman things It is a disturbing tale, an all too common tale in modern history.”—William Chase, author of Enemies Within the Gates.
The Comintern and the Stalinist Repression, – William ChasePrice: $ The Photo Book That Captured How the Soviet Regime Made the Truth Disappear Joseph Stalin, and Nikolai Yezhov walking along the banks of.
Yezhov (Hardcover) The Rise of Stalin's "Iron Fist" (Portraits of Revolution Series) By J. Arch Getty, Oleg V. Naumov. Yale University Press,pp. Click Home to get to the IEU Home page; to contact the IEU editors click Contact. To learn more about IEU click About IEU and to view the list of donors and to become an IEU supporter click Donors.
: Yezhov: The Rise of Stalin's "Iron Fist" (Portraits of Revolution Series) () by Getty, J. Arch; Naumov, Oleg V. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(30). Yezhov vs. Stalin book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Yezhov vs. Stalin is the first accurate account of the so-called Great /5. Stalin used a large group of photo retouchers to cut his enemies out of supposedly documentary photographs. One such erasure was Nikola Yezhov, a Author: Erin Blakemore.
Edmund Wilson hailed it as "the only scrupulous, non-partisan, and adequate book on the subject." George F. Kennan, writing in The New York Times Book Review, noted that "one comes away filled with a sense of the relevance and immediacy of old questions."/5(5).
Yezhov Vs. Stalin: The Truth About Mass Repressions and the So-Called 'Great Terror' in the USSR Yezhov Vs. Stalin is the first accurate account of the so-called “Great Terror” in the Soviet Union in In this book, Grover Furr answers the central questions concerning the mass repressions known as the “Ezhovshchina” or, by anticommunists, the “Great Terror”.
A few points made in this book about N.I. Yezhov: Polyansky confirms the lack of reliable info. about Yezhov's early years. Polyansky dismisses the possibility that Yezhov's father was the "Ivan Vasil'evich Yezhov," a wine dealer, mentioned in an directory of St. Petersburg.Genrikh Grigoryevich Yagoda, head of the Soviet secret police under Stalin from to and a central figure in the purge trials.
Yagoda joined the Bolsheviks in and became a member of the presidium of the Cheka (Soviet secret police) in He was a deputy chairman of the Cheka’s.Interrogations of Nikolai Ezhov, former People's Commissar for Internal Affairs. Russian (original) text. Introduction. We do not know how many interrogations of Ezhov are in existence.
All the prosecution materials concerning virtually all the important matters of the later s in the USSR are still top-secret, kept in the Presidential.