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Title: Conversations with Stalin.
Description: London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1962. First Edition. Hardback. A very nice bright copy of this classic work in original (price-clipped) dust-wrapper.; Translated into English from the Serbian by Michael B. Petrovich. An important and illuminating book by the one-time close colleague of Tito. It describes, in some way, the circumstances in Yugoslavia leading to Tito's break with Stalin, in 1948, as well as the author's own disenchantment with his former ally. Useful too for Djilas' penetrating portraits not only of Stalin but Molotov, Zhukov, Khruschev and others. See Horton (1977) 119 and Horecky (1969) 357. ; 192pp pages. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket .

Keywords: Yugoslavia Milovan Djilas Tito Stalin Conversations with Stalin Featured Communism Khrushchevkhrushchevkhrushchev New Acquisitions

Price: GBP 13.80 = appr. US$ 19.71 Seller: Marijana Dworski Books
- Book number: 31131

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