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Stalingrad: Hitler's Nemesis

Stalingrad was more than a resounding triumph of Soviet strategy, technology, guts and endurance. It was the feat of an indomitable spirit whose goal was the wholesale destruction of fascism as the embodiment of the supreme counter-revolution.

Calcutta Diary

The past few weeks have been a trauma, not just for the Iraqis but for thousands of men, women and children in the rest of the globe, including in the United States and Great Britain as well. What is even more important than the explosions of anger, revulsion and resentment, it is bound to persuade scholars to take another look at their approach toward analysing Stalin's role in history.

Russia : Looking Back on Stalin

In the 1980s there had been a surge of anti-Stalinist sentiment in the then Soviet Union and several publications had come out based on hitherto undisclosed material, documents and memoirs. By contrast, the 50th anniversary of Josef Stalin's death on March 5 this year brought to the surface evidence of growing nostalgia among sections of Russians for Stalin.

The Stalin Phenomenon

The Stalin Question ed Banbehari Chakrabarty; Kathashilpa, Calcutta 1979; pp viii + 400, Rs 35 (paperback), Rs 80 (library).
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