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Author T͡SK KPSS, issuing body

Title Stalin's master narrative : a critical edition of the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) : short course / edited by David Brandenberger and Mikhail Zelenov
Published New Haven : Yale University Press, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 744 pages) : illustrations, facsimilies
Series Annals of communism
Annals of Communism.
Contents Introduction -- 1. The struggle for the creation of a Social-Democratic Labour Party in Russia (1883-1901) -- 2. Formation of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party. Appearance of the Bolshevik and the Menshevik groups within the Party (1901-1904) -- 3. The Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks in the period of the Russo-Japanese War and the First Russian Revolution (1904-1907) -- 4. The Mensheviks and the Bolsheviks in the period of the Stolypin Reaction. The Bolsheviks constitute themselves as an independent Marxist Party (1908-1912) -- 5. The Bolshevik Party during the new rise of the working-class movement before the First Imperialist War (1912-1914) -- 6. The Bolshevik Party in the period of the Imperialist War. The Second Revolution in Russia (1914-March 1917) -- 7. The Bolshevik Party in the period of preparation and realization of the October Socialist Revolution (April 1917-1918) -- 8. The Bolshevik Party in the period of foreign military intervention and Civil War (1918-1920) -- 9. The Bolshevik Party in the period of transition to the peaceful work of economic restoration (1921-1925) -- 10. The Bolshevik Party in the struggle for the socialist industrialization of the country (1926-1929) -- 11. The Bolshevik Party in the struggle for the collectivization of agriculture (1930-1934) -- 12. The Bolshevik Party in the struggle to complete the building of the socialist society. Introduction of the New Constitution (1935-1937) -- Conclusion
Summary "A critical edition of the text that defined communist party ideology in Stalin's Soviet Union. The Short Course on the History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) defined Stalinist ideology both at home and abroad. It was quite literally the the master narrative of the USSR--a hegemonic statement on history, politics, and Marxism-Leninism that scripted Soviet society for a generation. This study exposes the enormous role that Stalin played in the development of this all-important text, as well as the unparalleled influence that he wielded over the Soviet historical imagination."-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953.
Kommunisticheskai͡a partii͡a Sovetskogo Soi͡uza.
T͡SK KPSS -- History -- Sources.
T͡SK KPSS. Istori͡a Vsesoi͡uznoĭ Kommunisticheskoĭ partii (bolʹshevikov)
Communism -- Soviet Union -- Sources.
Form Electronic book
Author Brandenberger, David, editor
Zelenov, M. V. (Mikhail Vladimirovich), editor
Container of (expression): T͡SK KPSS. Istori͡a Vsesoi͡uznoĭ Kommunisticheskoĭ partii (bolʹshevikov). English
ISBN 0300159641 (electronic book)
9780300159646 (electronic book)
(hardcover ;) (alkaline paper)
(hardcover ;) (alkaline paper)
Other Titles Istori͡a Vsesoi͡uznoĭ Kommunisticheskoĭ partii (bolʹshevikov). English