Yale University Press, 2006. Hardcover. First Edition. "Head of the secret police from 1937 to 1938, N.I. Yezhov was a foremost Soviet leader during these years, second in power only to Stalin himself. Under Yezhov's orders, millions of arrests, imprisonments, deportations, and executions were carried out" (jacket). Fine in red paper covered boards with black title to spine. In black dust jacket with white title to spine panel. Light rubbing to jacket, else fine. Clean and bright interior. 283 pages. RUS/050919. Fine / Fine.
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Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Hardcover. First Edition. "Viewing Russian history through the bottom of the vodka bottle helps us to understand why the 'liquor question' remains important to Russian high politics even today - almost a century after the issue had been put to bed in most every other modern state. Indeed, recognizing and confronting vodka's devastating political legacies may be the greatest political challenge for this generation of Russia's leadership, as well as the next" (jacket). In illustrated jacket with red spine panel titled in white. Clean and bright. 492 pages. RUS/051019. Fine / Fine.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Hardcover. "This volume offers a comprehensive and original analysis and reconceptualization of the compedium of struggles that wracked the collapsing Tsarist empire and the emergent USSR, profoundly affecting the history of the twentieth century" (jacket). Fine in grey cloth boards with silver title to spine. Clean and bright. In green illustrated dust jacket with whtie title to front and spine panels. 423 pages. RUS/050919. Fine / Fine.