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CHARACTERS The Great Fear 107 E eve of the Nazi invasion The wholesale slaughter of party and state officials was in danger of making the Soviet state ungovernable The majority of these victims of state repression in this period were accused of participating in counter revolutionary conspiracies Almost without exception there was no substance to the claims and no material evidence to support them By the time the terror was brought to a close most of its victims were ordinary Soviet citizens for whom 'counter revolution' was an unfa. Excellent book Reading the book and the new evidence that it discloses regarding the actions taken by Stalin and others is very thought provoking Among the many uestions worthy of consideration that the book can raise in the mind of the reader are the following1 Changed perception A Should the public perception of Stalin be changed to any significant degree by the additional evidence that has come to light following the opening of the Soviet archivesB Or has the historical image of Stalin become so embedded in the minds of the public that such image has not and will not be changed to any significant degree by any new evidence obtained as a result of the opening of the Soviet archives C If and to what extent has the public s perception of Stalin been changed by new evidence that has come to light following the opening of the Soviet archives D Is there any significant additional new evidence that is expected to be uncovered from now on going forward that is likely to result in any future changes in the public s perception of what Stalin did and why he did it2 Misunderstanding A Is it true that Stalin s great terror is among the most misunderstood moments in the history of the 20th century B If so why is that Is it because that misunderstanding of that terror is caused by or compatible with or contributes to satisfaction of the political emotional or other needs of those who misunderstand those actions and that time period3 Emotional or rational responses A If and to what extent were the actions taken by Stalin that constitute what is considered to be the terror motivated or driven by X the emotional responses of Stalin andor Y rational analysis by StalinB If and to what extent is the conclusion that there was no substance or material evidence supporting the claims against a majority of the victims of state repression that they were participating in counterrevolutionary conspiracies based upon exculpatory evidence that came to light after the time of terror and not before4 Justification for seeking power When it is said that the terror represents the culmination of Stalin s struggle for total power what criteria should be used to determine how much power it would be reasonable for a head of state to seek to use in the management of the government when the government is perceived to be threatened internally and by other nations to the same extent that the Soviet Union was threatened5 Intelligence gathering How does the extent to which Stalin used the apparatus of intelligence gathering to keep a careful watch on domestic and international individuals and groups compare to what was done and is done by other governments that perceive significant internal and external threats to the present and future existence of their nations6 Evaluating decisions using information not available to the decision maker Should history judge the decisions made by a head of state based upon either X what the head of state knew at the time that decisions were made and actions taken or Y what comes to light at a subseuent date 7 Relationship of reaction to the degree that state is at risk A Did the other nations that Stalin viewed as a threat to the Soviet Union then or thereafter they themselves overreact to what they perceived as risks threatening them and if so how did their overreaction compared to the alleged Stalin overreactionB Was it logical or foreseeable that Stalin and the Soviet Union as a whole would feel insecure and act accordingly than other nations when faced with such foreign and domestic threats perceived given the prior history of foreign invasion of Russia and the Soviet Union8 Considering the circumstances A Was Stalin s perception correct that the Soviet Union was at one point during the rule of Stalin was so economically and militarily behind the advanced countries that it was reasonable for Stalin to conclude under the circumstances that unless the Soviet Union eliminated that deficiency with some promptness that certain foreign countries would crush the Soviet Union B How does the nature and extent of the brutality attributed to Stalin compare to the nature and extent of the brutality attributed to those who were opposing StalinC In justifying actions to be taken in the furtherance of what they perceived to be their national interests was Stalin any or less likely to believe that the end justified the means than the leaders of Stalin s perceived domestic or foreign oppositionD If and to what extent was the information that was provided to Stalin by his intelligence services upon which he based his decisions flawed in comparison with flaws in the information provided to the foreign enemies of the Soviet Union by their intelligence servicesE If and to what extent did the ability of Stalin to gather information and carry out the decisions and actions he preferred depend upon the good faith and cooperation of other individuals who were not totally within the control of Stalin and who themselves from time to time had their own personal objectives ambitions and views that conflicted with those of Stalin9 Selfish motives of others If and to what extent were some of the claims ultimately shown to have wrongfully been brought against innocent people in the Soviet Union initiated not by Stalin but instead by other individuals in the Soviet Union who asserted such claims against such innocent people to eliminate such innocent people for opportunistic personal or competitive reasons or to deflect blameI suspect that a consideration of these uestions in light of the newly disclosed evidence may cause the reader to have a deeper understanding and comprehensive assessment of Stalin and his times than was previously possible A very worthwhile read The Christmas Candle invasion The wholesale slaughter of party and state officials was 奔馬 in danger of making the Soviet state ungovernable The majority of these victims of state repression The Wolves of Willoughby Chase in this period were accused of participating The Complete Handbook Of Novel Writing in counter revolutionary conspiracies Almost without exception there was no substance to the claims and no material evidence to support them By the time the terror was brought to a close most of Cruel Intentions Rydeville High Elite #1 its victims were ordinary Soviet citizens for whom 'counter revolution' was an unfa. 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new evidence that 2010 Odyssey Two is expected to be uncovered from now on going forward that Vampires in the Lemon Grove is likely to result Tales of Pirx the Pilot in any future changes Training His Human Zandian Masters #3 in the public s perception of what Stalin did and why he did How to Build a House it2 Misunderstanding A Is A Bear Named Trouble it true that Stalin s great terror Brethren is among the most misunderstood moments Royal Escape it because that misunderstanding of that terror Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord is caused by or compatible with or contributes to satisfaction of the political emotional or other needs of those who misunderstand those actions and that time period3 Emotional or rational responses A If and to what extent were the actions taken by Stalin that constitute what Flash Flood Code Red #1 is considered to be the terror motivated or driven by X the emotional responses of Stalin andor Y rational analysis by StalinB If and to what extent Complete Novels The 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foreseeable that Stalin and the Soviet Union as a whole would feel Roughing It insecure and act accordingly than other nations when faced with such foreign and domestic threats perceived given the prior history of foreign A Preacher's Passion invasion of Russia and the Soviet Union8 Considering the circumstances A Was Stalin s perception correct that the Soviet Union was at one point during the rule of Stalin was so economically and militarily behind the advanced countries that No More Good it was reasonable for Stalin to conclude under the circumstances that unless the Soviet Union eliminated that deficiency with some promptness that certain foreign countries would crush the Soviet Union B How does the nature and extent of the brutality attributed to Stalin compare to the nature and extent of the brutality attributed to those who were opposing StalinC In justifying actions to be taken One Perfect Rose in the furtherance of what they perceived to be their national All The Way information that was provided to Stalin by his One Mans Treasure Hell Yeah #16 intelligence services upon which he based his decisions flawed Not Without You in comparison with flaws Journey into Violence The Kerrigans A Texas Dynasty #3 in the Dark Moon Rising information provided to the foreign enemies of the Soviet Union by their The Saddle Club intelligence servicesE If and to what extent did the ability of Stalin to gather Chalk Houses information and carry out the decisions and actions he preferred depend upon the good faith and cooperation of other Christmas Joy individuals who were not totally within the control of Stalin and who themselves from time to time had their own personal objectives ambitions and views that conflicted with those of Stalin9 Selfish motives of others If and to what extent were some of the claims ultimately shown to have wrongfully been brought against A Texan for Christmas innocent people Hot Blooded in the Soviet Union Stripped Happy Endings #1 initiated not by Stalin but Buckland's Complete Book Of Witchcraft Llewellyn's Practical Magick instead by other Master of Sin individuals Whisper My Name in the Soviet Union who asserted such claims against such Mojave innocent people to eliminate such Lady Caraway's Cloak Zebra Regency Romance innocent people for opportunistic personal or competitive reasons or to deflect blameI suspect that a consideration of these uestions Typhoon in light of the newly disclosed evidence may cause the reader to have a deeper understanding and comprehensive assessment of Stalin and his times than was previously possible A very worthwhile read

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CHARACTERS The Great Fear 107 Between the winter of 1936 and the autumn of 1938 approximately three uarters of a million Soviet citizens were subject to summary execution More than a million others were sentenced to lengthy terms in labour camps Commonly known as 'Stalin's Great Terror' it is also among the most misunderstood moments in the history of the twentieth century The Terror gutted the ranks of factory directors and engineers after three years in which all major plan targets were met It raged through the armed forces on th. Somtimes the way to hell is paved of good intentions this is the case of russian revolutionIn this revolution is set out the moral dilema of if the purpose justify the meansThis book about the stalinist terror is framed in the last subjectThe Great Fear by James Harris is for me a excelent work in history with a great work in documentationstudy and syntesisis a book of great historic rigor and very objective in its analysisThe book gives other historic perspective of the great fear different of that of the book The Great Terror by ConuestIn brief the message that one get of the book is that the great fear is not the fruit of a bunch of evil psichopats mass murderers otherwise a conjuction of factors that have carried as the author says to a perfect stormFundamentally this factors wereThe great apprehension of the comunist party of the Soviet Uni n to a invasi n war of the industrial powers in a agressively militarist context GermanyJapanThe paranoic personality and fanatism of Stalin and his decisi n of to defend the soviet system at any price human or materialThe feedback of this paranoia by othe fanatic and paranoic head of the state security EhzovThe untrue information obtained under torture by the NKVD funcionaries and that biased by Ehzov were given to StalinThe underground fight of different factions in the party TroskistsBujarinists Zinovievites and out of the party with spysWhitesMencheviues and Social RevolutionariesThe fake information made by Heydrich about the army threat of a coup that give way to the execution of mariscal Tujachevsky and a great purge in the red armyGiven that the direction of the regime received biased information about the great danger that the revolution were overturned and as they dont want another fail as in the earlier revolutions they didnt want another 18 Brumario they launched a campaign of vigilance and delation that changed the Soviet Uni n in a mad house that put the sistema on the edgeThe spirit of the moral and material failure of the construction of the socialism comunism in a alone country is reflected in the textual following paragraphs of the autorEveryone could do their bestkeep their own corrupt practices uietand legitimately think the real roblems lay just beyond their horizonat the same time the the top regional and ministerial officials protected themselves by building tight leadership cliues that managed the flow of information to the organization that monitored the plan fulfilmentWhen things were wrong in their organizationthey were then in a position to identify a scapegoat or scapegoatsThese were sacked or arresteddepending on the seriousnes of the problemalabelled as incompetentor as wreckers or class alien and pressented as the cause of the fulfilment problemsHis pressuriced plansStalinshis demands for 100 percent fulfilment whithout excusesand his calls for vigilance had created a recalcitrantsecretive and corrupt bureaucracyFew officials could claim to embodyStalins ideal of Bolshevik Leadership because it demanded the imposibleWho was not an oportunistif an oportunistwas defined as one who atempted to shield himself from the regimes imposible demands Who was not a Leftish TroskistZinovievite if a Leftish was defined as one who lacked faith in the construction of Socialism Who was not a Rightist if a Rightist was defined as as one who attemted to slow the socialist constructionThe apparat was full of officials who could be described as doubl dealerspraising central policy in publicbut tryng to escape its nearly imposible demands in less public settingsThe pressure to find enemies was extremely dangerous because it threatened to tear the party and state apparatus apart in a spiral of denunciations and counter denunciationsAs a anecdote a indirect victim of the grat fear was Andre Nin a troskist l der of the POUMpartido obrero de unificaci n marxista that in Barcelona fighted against the PCEpartido comunista de Espa a a stalinist party in the fight were killed a thousand people the POUM defeated and Andre Nin purgedmurderedOrwell that was on the side of the POUM was disenchanted with the republic and described this facts in his famous book Homenage to CataloniaAnd aside as a hard critic to the stalinist system and great purges he wrote 1984 and Animal FarmA very recomended book for understand the deep historic causes of the stalinist great fear and the failure of the building the socialism in the Soviet Uni n Washington in labour camps Commonly known as 'Stalin's Great Terror' Get Shorty it The Naked Earl is also among the most misunderstood moments The Latte Factor in the history of the twentieth century The Terror gutted the ranks of factory directors and engineers after three years Yes Master The Bad Genie Series Book 2 in which all major plan targets were met It raged through the armed forces on th. 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tight leadership cliues that managed the flow of Brethren information to the organization that monitored the plan fulfilmentWhen things were wrong Royal Escape identify a scapegoat or scapegoatsThese were sacked or arresteddepending on the seriousnes of the problemalabelled as Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord incompetentor as wreckers or class alien and pressented as the cause of the fulfilment problemsHis pressuriced plansStalinshis demands for 100 percent fulfilment whithout excusesand his calls for vigilance had created a recalcitrantsecretive and corrupt bureaucracyFew officials could claim to embodyStalins Flash Flood Code Red #1 ideal of Bolshevik Leadership because Complete Novels The Heart Is a Lonely HunterReflections in a Golden EyeThe Ballad of the Sad CafeThe Member of the WeddingClock Without Hands it demanded the Fir imposible demands Who was not a Leftish TroskistZinovievite Demons of Chitrakut Ramayana #3 if a Leftish was defined as one who lacked faith Culture and Psyche 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killed a thousand people the POUM defeated and Andre Nin purgedmurderedOrwell that was on the side of the POUM was disenchanted with the republic and described this facts Im Your Girl in his famous book Homenage to CataloniaAnd aside as a hard critic to the stalinist system and great purges he wrote 1984 and Animal FarmA very recomended book for understand the deep historic causes of the stalinist great fear and the failure of the building the socialism Dark Sparkler in the Soviet Uni n


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