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Stalin's war of nerves

Just been reading Andrew Nagorski's The Greatest Battle, which covers much the same ground as Rodric Braithwaite's Moscow 1941, published two years ago, though Nagorski's double focus on Stalin and Hitler brings out the odd symmetry of a grand climacteric.

 

Hugh Barnes
21 January 2008

Just been reading Andrew Nagorski's The Greatest Battle, which covers much the same ground as Rodric Braithwaite's Moscow 1941, published two years ago, though Nagorski's double focus on Stalin and Hitler brings out the odd symmetry of a grand climacteric.

 

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