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Excellent book on one of the key Stalin's agents, and how he was betrayedPublished 1 month ago by alberto f.
This book should be required reading for any thinking person. A brilliant, necessary book.Published 4 months ago by Lucy Kostelanetz
I'm glad that I bought my own personal copy of this incredible piece of research written from a critical perspective and well-written stylistically at that. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jahana
I don't think it the least bit hyperbolic to say that anyone who learns about Willi Munzenberg and his work will feel his presence in todays political environment.Published on November 5, 2011 by Boo Radley
Probably the most astonishing item in this book comes from the author's interview with Babette (Willi Muenzenberg's wife) at the age of 91. Read morePublished on March 18, 2011 by Geoff Puterbaugh
Over all an interesting but fatally flawed book.
The writing is, in parts, truly appaling. Read more
The problem with Mr. Koch's entertaining thesis, that Hitler and Stalin colluded on releasing Dimitroff and having him exchanged for Germans in prison or detained in the Soviet... Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by Michael S. Cullen
Stephen Koch makes clear through the device of tracing some of the life of Willi Munzenberg that Stalin and Hitler were in cahoots through most of the 30s. Read morePublished on January 3, 2007 by John B. Adams