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When The Great Terror was first published in 1968, it was universally acclaimed as one of the most important books ever written about the Soviet Union. Now, in this revised and updated edition, Robert Conquest uses fresh and dramatic material, which has only recently become available, to give further depth and breadth to his history of the momentous years between 1934 and 1939, when millions of people died in Stalin's purges. His reassessment of its significance confirms the Terror as one of the most tragic and far-reaching human and political issues of our time.
One of Britain's most respected historians, Robert Conquest is an acclaimed novelist, poet, critic and reviewer, as well as being the author of such works as the best-selling Harvest of Sorrow, in the Ukranian collectivisation and the famines, and the first full-length examination of the Kirov assassination, Stalin and the Kirov Murder.