Tag Archives: Stalin

Counting The Dead – Soviet Losses in the Second World War

As I mentioned a couple of days ago, I’ve added a new page for research papers – entitled, appropriately enough, “Research Papers”. The first contribution to it (well, I may add some older material to it later, like Jen’s research … Continue reading

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Adventures In Two Worlds: Vladislav Inozemtsev Phases In And Out of Reality

I’ve been thinking back over my lifetime quite a bit lately. Not that flash-before-your-eyes thing that’s supposed to happen when your death is iminent; more like a thoughtful, deliberate inventory. I can’t honestly recall doing anything really, really bad. Well, there was that … Continue reading

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Stalin, in the Eye of the Russian Beholder

Many of you will remember Kovane’s last effort, “A Short Overview of Russian Political Discourse”. It proved very successful in generating comment, and attracted the attention of some of the real heavyweights in Russian political blogging. Here, Kovane builds on … Continue reading

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