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History (various) Kto gotovil razval SSSR

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Who Prepared the Collapse of the USSR.

Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, is commonly blamed for the collapse of the USSR nowadays. However, when removing emotions and leaving pure facts for consideration, one is likely to come to a surprising conclusion. All the Soviet Constitutions, from the first one (1924) to the last one (1977), enabled the Soviet Republics to leave the USSR freely. The first practical steps intended to ruin the USSR were taken by Lavrentiy Beria right after Stalin's death. The KGB of the Soviet Union played an important role in coming to power and in retaining power by Mikhail Gorbachev first and by Boris Yeltsin afterwards, as well as it played a significant role in planning of "perestroika" and negotiating this policy with the West. So who made the USSR collapse? The first distinct and well-reasoned answer you'll find in this book.

Series History (various) Title Kto gotovil razval SSSR
Subject Russian Language Russian
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Fluent/native speakers
Publication Date December 2017 Authors Alexander Sheviakin
Binding Hardback Pages 448
Size(mm) 133x205 Weight (gms) 345
ESB Code 47220 ISBN 9785906947376
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £13.50

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