Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin

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Basic Books, Oct 12, 2010 - History - 544 pages
A prize-winning historian recasts the history of modern Europe around its central catastrophe: the fourteen million people killed by totalitarian regimes in the lands between Hitler and Stalin
 

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User Review  - Pferdina - LibraryThing

A really good book about a really terrible time. I knew very little about this history, despite my formal education. Everything I knew was about the gas chambers at the concentration camps liberated ... Read full review

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User Review  - tmph - LibraryThing

In extraordinary detail Snyder goes over pretty much every single one of the fourteen million civilian murders between 1932 and 1945 in the lands between the overlapping control, invasions and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter 1
21
Chapter 2
59
Chapter 3
89
Chapter 4
119
Chapter 5
155
Chapter 6
187
Chapter 7
225
Chapter 10
313
Chapter 11
339
Conclusion
379
Numbers and Terms
409
Abstract
415
Acknowledgments
419
Bibliography
423
Notes
463

Chapter 8
253
Chapter 9
277

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About the author (2010)

Timothy Snyder is Professor of History at Yale University. He is the author of The Reconstruction of Nations, Sketches from a Secret War, and The Red Prince. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

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