Mäder, Eva Lohm, Christina Utopie und Terror

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Josef Stalin vor 50 Jahren, am 5. März 1953, starb, trauerten Millionen von Menschen wie um den eigenen Vater. Wie erklären sich diese Gefühle für einen Herrscher, der den Aufbau einer neuen Gesellschaftsordnung rücksichtslos durchgesetzt und dabei zahllose Sowjetbürger in den Gulag oder den Tod geschickt hatte? Um diese Frage zu beantworten, soll Stalin aus seiner Zeit erklärt werden. Persönlichkeit und Herrschaftsstil des 'roten Zaren' bilden genauso wie die verschiedenen Facetten des sowjetischen Alltags Thema des Buches.

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ISBN(s) 9783034005883
Erscheinungsdatum 04.08.2003
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 204
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik
Kurztitel Utopie und Terror
Warengruppe HC/Sachbücher/Geschichte/Zeitgeschichte (1945 bis 1989)
ISBN-10 3034005881
Länge 210 mm
Breite 149 mm
Höhe 18 mm
Gewicht 304 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Chronos Verlag
Untertitel Josef Stalin und seine Zeit
Inhaltsverzeichnis Eva Maeder: Zur Einleitung von: Utopie und Terror (Josef Stalin und seine Zeit)
Heiko Haumann: 'Eine sozialistische Lebensweise der Zukunft'. Die Sowjetunion zwischen 1929 und 1939
Jana Horvat: Stalin. Person und Personenkult
Werner Meyer: Stalin. Eine politische Biografie
Eva Maeder: 'Proletarisierung' der Bauern oder 'zweite Leibeigenschaft'? Kollektivierung und Kolchossystem
Brigitte Kata: Städtisches Alltagsleben
Brigitte Studer: Die Begegnung mit der 'Zivilisation des Selbstberichts'. Ausländische Parteikader in der Sowjetunion der 1930er-Jahre
Elisabeth Vavra: Literatur unter Stalin
Jasna Horvat: Ungleiche Brüder. Die Systeme Hitlers und Stalins im Vergleich
Carsten Goehrke: Der Zweite Weltkrieg und die Stalinisierung Ostmittel- und Südosteuropas
Jean-Henry Papilloud: Stalins Erbe. 1953 und die Folgen

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