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For me every para, every page ,every chapter of this book were a revelation.
This book goes much further than 'Icebreaker' to explain Stalin's behaviour towards Hitler in the period leading up to the start of the Russo-German war in June 1941.
The book is very well organized, very engaging, informative, and convincing, and, as all Mr. Suvorov's books, very entertaining.
This is an interesting book written by a non-historian. Many people dismiss the author as a conspiracy theorist, but that is grossly unfair. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jackal
I find it refreshing that another perspective on the cause of the world's greatest conflict can be persuasively argued. Read morePublished 28 days ago by John James
Being a student of history and having read about and noticed the incidences and "anomalies" he wrote about without really putting putting it all together. Read morePublished 1 month ago by darlene m bielecki
Mr. Suvorov has done a great service in the writing and researching of this excellent work. He challenges thoroughly and systematically most of the assumptions we as westerners... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tony A.
Suvorov answers a question that historians, amazingly, have missed for the last 70 years: How could a military judged to be incompetent, a country supposedly at peace and not... Read morePublished 3 months ago by James D. Sanders
or at least what I knew.
Rather than starting like most histories with the wanderings of Hitler after WWI, it starts from a different point of view... Read more