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Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement
Soviet Reality and Emigré Theories (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies)
by

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English.

First Sentence

Almost at once after the outbreak of war between the USSR and the Third Reich on 22 June 1941, Soviet citizens in German hands, particularly prisoners-of-war and those civilians employed as forced labour by the Nazis, made clear their active opposition to Stalin and his regime.

Table of Contents

List of figures x
Preface xi
List of abbreviations xiii
Introduction 1
1 Foundations 19
1 Red Army Commander 19
2 Ostpolitik 29
3 Decision to lead 37
4 KONR and the final stages 61
2 Ideals 89
1 High Hopes 89
2 Reality 124
3 The Russian idea 165
1 At Home 165
2 From foreign shores 169
3 Splicing old and new 183
Conclusion 199
Appendices 206
A The Smolensk declaration 206
B Vlasov's Open Letter 210
C The Prague Manifesto 216
Select bibliography 224
Index 240

The Physical Object

Format Paperback
Number of pages 272
Dimensions 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.7 inches
Weight 14.9 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library OL7739110M
Internet Archive vlasovrussianlib00cath_671
ISBN 10 0521389607
ISBN 13 9780521389600
Library Thing 3072455
Goodreads 2105427

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