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Inside Stalin's Russia

The Diaries of Reader Bullard, 1930-1934

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Hardback

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Inside Stalin's Russia by Reader Bullard
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R.W. Bullard was the first British Consul General in post-revolutionary Russia. Although broadly sympathetic to the aims of the revolution (he was the son of a dock worker and described himself as a former "rebel and socialist"), he was unable to ignore the evidence of his own eyes. He recorded his experiences and impressions in a secret diary, some of which was written in code. Published for the first time, this diary paints a picture of Russia, its politics and people in the critical years when Stalin was tightening his grip on power.
Release date NZ
May 31st, 2000
Contributors
Foreword by Douglas Hurd Volume editor Julian Bullard Volume editor Margaret Bullard
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
14 photographs, glossary, index
Imprint
Day Books
Pages
320
Dimensions
165x220x25
ISBN-13
9780953221318
Product ID
1838376

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