By Balázs Apor, Jan C. Behrends, Polly Jones, E. A. Rees
This is often the 1st booklet to research the precise chief cults that flourished within the period of "High Stalinism" as a vital part of the procedure of dictatorial rule within the Soviet Union and japanese Europe. Fifteen reports discover the best way those cults have been confirmed, their functionality and operation, their dissemination and reception, where of the cults in paintings and literature, the exportation of the Stalin cult and its implantment within the communist states of jap Europe, and the influence which de-Stalinisation had on those cults.
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Tumarkin, Lenin Lives! , 1997). On the mausoleum see N. N. Stoyanov, Arkhitektura Mavvzoleya Lenina (Moscow, 1950). 16. N. Berdyaev, The Origins of Russian Communism (London, 1937). 17. Vittorio Zincone, Lo Stato totalitario (Rome, 1999). 24 Leader Cults: Varieties, Preconditions and Functions 18. Mark Lilla, The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals in Politics (New York, 2001). 19. The cult of Saddam Hussein appears to have borrowed features from both the Hitler and the Stalin cult: Con Coughlin, Saddam: The Secret Life (London, 2002), pp.
Nina Tumarkin, The Living and The Dead: The Rise and Fall of The Cult of World War II in Russia (New York, 1994). 49. E. Zubkova, Russia After the War: Hopes, Illusions and Disappointments, 1945–57 (Armonk, NY, 1998). 50. Ian Kershaw, ‘ “Working Towards the Fuhrer”: Reflections on the Nature of the Hitler Dictatorship’ in Ian Kershaw and Moshe Lewin (eds) Stalinism and Nazism: Dictatorships in Comparison (Cambridge, 1997), pp. 88–106; Hans Mommsen, ‘Cumulative Radicalisation and Progressive Self-Destruction as Structural Determinants of the Nazi Dictatorship’ in Kershaw and Lewin, Stalinism and Nazism, pp.
67 In April 1939 Komsomol’skaya pravda tried to publish flattering memoirs of Stalin’s youth by G. Elisabedashvili, a fellow-student at his school in Gori. 72 A strategic distinction appears to have been made between what was acceptable for the Georgians and what was suitable for consumption by the Soviet public as a whole. Stalin allowed only occasional public glimpses of his family. His visit to his mother in Tbilisi in October 1935 was a rare example of the genre, but even this he treated with ambivalence.
The Leader Cult in Communist Dictatorship: Stalin and the Eastern Bloc by Balázs Apor, Jan C. Behrends, Polly Jones, E. A. Rees