6 edition of Beria-My Father found in the catalog.
August 29, 2001 by Duckworth Publishing .
Written in English
|Contributions||Françoise Thom (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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For almost twenty years, two men from Georgia dominated the Russians and its empire: Stalin and Beria, as head of what was to become the KGB. This book is a memoir of the daily life of these two men who sent millions to their graves. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Beria - My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users the devil and Hell is, and how the Russian people got there.
At best, the book is fiction, and it made me angry at Sergo for writing it. Read more. 23 people found this helpful/5. BERIA: My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin Sergo Beria, Author, Francoise Thom, Editor, Brian Pearce, Translator ; edited by Françoise Thom; Trans.
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Much is known about Stalin, but little about the increasing psychosis in. Get this from a library. Beria, my father: inside Stalin's Kremlin. [Sergo Berija; Françoise Thom] -- Sønnen Sergo Berija skildrer sin far, Lavrentij Pavlovitj Berija (), som var chef for det russiske Politburo under Stalin.
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My Dear Mr. Stalin: The Complete Correspondence Between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph V. Stalin. Stalin's Wars: From World War to Cold War, A nice complement to Ms Knight's book is Sergo Beria's recently published "Beria My Father".
One last comment: Ms Knight's book is not for the casual reader. Even for someone who has read Conquest, Pipes, Volkogonov, Radzinsky, Bullock and Ulan it is sometimes difficult to keep straight all the unfamiliar names and party organisations Reviews: Beria is a terrifying tool who carried out Stalin's crimes with little to no compassion for his victims.
The face of evil of the Soviet regime during the late 30' through to Stalin's death. His machinations after Stalin's death alone make this book worth reading/5(21).
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The son details his father's frequent blackmailing of colleagues, showing that Beria was no "liberal" reformer, contrary to Knight. Yet Sergo's book (along with some choice declassified Politburo documents) indicates--and here Knight was on to something--that Beria represented a counterpoint to Stalin as well as to Khrushchev.
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His father was Lavrenti Beria, head of the NKVD from until and overall chief of perhaps the most ruthless security apparatus ever assembled until Stalin's and then his own death in The son of `Stalin's evil genius' tries in these memoirs to whitewash his father from his responsibility in the terrible fate of the USSR population under Stalin, by presenting the latter as `Satan incarnate' and his father as a (would-be) s: This book is a memoir of the daily life of these two men who sent millions to their graves.
It paints Stalin's increasingly psychotic nature, but also the incomprehensible loyalty that Stalin inspired among women including the author's own mother, also a Georgian. Beria - My Father的书评. In an attempt to clear his father's name, he wrote Beria, My Father: Life inside Stalin's Kremlin, published in English in "This biography," wrote a reviewer for Contemporary Review, "gives us a view of the man feared by millions of Soviet citizens as 'Stalin's Butcher.'".
Sergo Beria, Beria - My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin, Londra,ISBN en; Amy Knight, Beria: Stalin's First Lieutenant, Princeton University Press, ISBN ; Nikita Khruschev, Khruschev Remembers: Last Testament, Random House,ISBN en. The author of several books including My Father, Lavrentiy Beria (); Beria, My Father: Life inside Stalin's Kremlin ().
Background Sergo Beria was born on Novemin the Republic of Georgia, to Lavrenti and Nina Beria. Dr. Ruwan M Jayatunge Let me have him for one night, I will interrogate him properly, then he would confess that he is the King of England (Beria during Nikolai Buharin”ƒ”¹ ”s show trial) Introduction In when the Soviet authorities denounced the former secret Police Chief Lavrenthi Beria, the Time magazine published an article titled “Russia: Policeman on Trial”.
A son writing about his father. As expected, Beria is portrayed in a much more favorable light in this book (much, MUCH more favorable). That being said, the author did grow up in the top ruling-class environment and most of the information provided is first-hand experience and insider knowledge/5.
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Beria, My Father: Life inside Stalin's Kremlin, translated by Brian Pearce, Duckworth (London, England), SIDELIGHTS: Sergo Beria spent much of his adult life in exile.
He was the son of Lavrenti Beria, described by Mathew Campbell of the London Sunday Times as "the sinister chief of the Soviet secret police " during the years of Josef. Hey everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew of any e-books or something that focus on Winston Churchill's Relationship with Stalin during World War II (things like his dealings, discussions, how they came to agree on various aspects and tactics throughout the war) I'm writing a paper on how Churchill went against his anti-Bolshevik/anti.
Beria, my father: inside Stalin's Kremlin User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Sergo Beria has a daunting task. He seeks not to rehabilitate his notorious father. "Beria - My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin" book by Sergo Beria seems to be well regarded as a source, I noticed that Simon Montefiore used him in his book and according to the Wikipedia "General Shtemenko".
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As the editor of the volume points out, Beria was raised. Beria; My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin. Author - Sergo Beria Editor - Francois Thom ISBN - 0 8 Publisher - Duckworth Price - £ Pages - Beria, My Father-Sergo Beria This book is a memoir of the daily life of two men from Georgia--Stalin and Beria--who sent millions to their graves.
The Beria Affair-T͡SK KPSS. Plenum Barely four months after the death of Stalin, Beria, the feared head of the MVD (predecessor of the KGB) was. Beria My Father: Inside Stalin's Kremlin.
London: Duckworth. Knight, Amy. In he wrote an important book on the history of the Bolsheviks in Transcaucasia, a book that started the myth of a romantic young Stalin leading the revolutionary movement.
Its publication firmly established his close relationship with Stalin. Sergo Beria has a daunting task. He seeks not to rehabilitate his notorious father but to redress the balance so that he is not remembered solely as Stalin's sinister, perverted killer-in-chief.
This was Khrushchev's version. Here we meet the senior Beria, a devoted family man who quite naturally loathed Stalin and despised most of his colleagues. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO HELP SCORE A PERFECT 5.
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Beria: My Father Inside Stalin's Kremlin Sergo Beria, trans Brian Pearce pp, Duckworth, £25 Last year in Moscow, a mundane case came before the courts; it was brought by an ageing son who was. Beria also refers to planting bugs in gifts presented to Averell Harriman, presumably when he was U.S.
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Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria (Лавре́нтий Па́влович Бе́рия; 29 March – 23 December ) was a Georgian Soviet politician and state security administrator, chief of the Soviet security and secret police apparatus (NKVD) under Joseph Stalin during World War II, and Deputy Premier in the postwar years ().
Beria was the longest lived and most influential of. Brian Leonard Pearce (8 May – 25 November ) was a British Marxist political activist, historian, and translator. Adept and prolific in Russian-to-English translation, Pearce was regarded at the time of his death as "one of the most acute scholars of Russian history and British communism never to have held an academic post.".
In addition to the CNN interview, he authored a book that appeared in in English under the title: Beria, My Father: Inside Stalin’s Kremlin.
Beria’s account of the bugging is consistent with Berezhkov’s. Like Berezhkov, Beria knew both English and German, in addition to Russian—he also knew Georgian, like his father and Stalin.Scrupulous academic account that ultimately fails to do full justice to the chilling fascination of its subject.
The bland subtitle that Knight (Senior Research Analyst/Library of Congress) chooses signals both the strengths and weaknesses of this first full-scale biography of Stalin's infamous police chief Laventrii Beria—``My Himmler,'' as Uncle Joe nicknamed him.
Exploiting the mass of.