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2.0 out of 5 stars Highly biased account of Soviet Russia and WWII, 13 April 1999
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This review is from: The Living And The Dead: The Rise And Fall Of The Cult Of World War II In Russia (Paperback)
Tumarkin looks at the continual commemoration of the Second World War in Russia; unfortunately, her account of this fascinating subject is marred by her blatant anti-Soviet feelings and irrelevant personal anecdotes. In a backlash against Stalin and the Soviet's reluctance to name Jews as special victims of the war, she seems at times to forget that the Soviets were persecuted as well, as Bolsheviks and "Untermenschen" Slavs.
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