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    [E–book] Young Stalin As I am planning to read “Stalin Court of the Red Tsar” I thought it would make sense to read this volume first and I am so glad that I did This volume takes Stalin from his childhood up to 1917 and encompasses so much I knew very little

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    [E–book] Young Stalin This is the best biography I've read in a long time I didn't know much about Stalin and had only basic knowledge of Russian history before I started but Montefiore's book leaves me hungry for The book begins with an excellent hook describing a sensational bank robbery Stalin perpetrated in Tiflis Georgia It's also very well research

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This is Stalin before he was While Montefiore s previous book The Court Of The Red of the Red covers Stalin years in power here we et a look into his childhood home and abuse his uestionable power here we Animal Babies get a look into his childhood home and abuse his uestionable his career as a poet who knew his seminary schooling his early crimes arrests exiles his multipleirlfriends his meeting with Lenin his early rivalry with Trotsky and his seemingly constant impregnating of teenagers and fathering of children he never met Both his marriages are briefly explored as are his mommy issues We Offenders and Detainees get a sense of what might have created the detached emotionless egotistical monstrous Stalin that we know There s a lot of never before published firsthand information and anecdotes from childhood friends ex in laws old flames acuaintances Probably my favorite revelation was that Stalin s lover later became his second mother in law and rumors went around that his much younger second wife was really his daughter this was later debunked as the dates were a couple of years off The book also includes some of his poetry which was uite unexpected Montefiore s writing approach is accessible and I loved reading it I ll definitely be seeking out his other book Even the preface starts off strong with a brilliantly vivid description of Stalin s first bank heist That particular narrative reads like an action novel than a biographySimilarly the author portrays Soso s Stalin s childhood home of Gori Georgia as a hotbed of mischief both major and minor From all out town brawls to school field trips to witness an execution the town reminds me of an almost cartoonish depiction of a criminal haven Further Stalin s NUMEROUS escapes from capture from incarceration and from exile seem like things that could only happen in a bad movie Once Stalin reaches his twenties the book borders on repetitive as is Stalin s life Stalinets exiled sleeps with some local teenagers escapes stirs up trouble repeat All in all an engrossing historical biography and this coming from someone who does not particularly enjoy history Reading this definitely made me yearn to learn about Stalin s time in power and the Terror he unleashed my current knowledge being limited to what I need to know to teach Animal Farm If Sebag Montefiore s other Stalin book weren t 800 pages I would be starting it right now List of IllustrationsStalin Family TreeMapsIntroductionList of CharactersNote Young Stalin Stalin s Names Nickname. Based on ten years' astonishing new research here is the thrilling story of how a charismatic dangerous. ,


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Lways rebellious Stalin s young life contained many contradictions He almost became a priest was always an obsessive and inspired reat loyalty friendship and love Yet he was argumentative took deep dislikes people held a rudge was thin skinned and was indeed "Always In Trouble In Later "in trouble In later this resulted in several visits to prison and to exile including to Siberia The book states a little piece of Siberia remained lodged in Stalin for the rest of his life I enjoyed this biography immensely and look forward to reading on with the second volume in this biography I can imagine a clickbaity description the book Stalin does not want you to read While historical and well researched in its nature this book reads like an action novel and it s one of the best character studies I ve ever read It s entertaining intense revealing and sobering at times showing how a tyrant is made Having been to some of the places described in the book it all becomes a bit even tangible I wish history was written like that A ood book can be both informative and accessibleMy only ualm is related to the description of the relationship with the 13 year old which is seen as a seduction rather than what it was Yeah the times were different but the kid was treated terribly We can acknowledge that February 2016 then on 31 July and 1 Aug 2018 edited for clarityListened to this on that February 2016 then on 31 July and 1 Aug 2018 edited for clarityListened to this on CD Fascinating Very well read by James Adams Paints Stalin as much intellectual than most describe him One cause Trotsky was a powerful writer who totally misjudged and demeaned Stalin and has had much better press Another reason socialists who still love the idea of socialism find it very hard to justify and explain how the Soviet Union could fall prey to this man Stalin had to paint him as an evil no nothing not a product of the system he Lenin Marx Trotsky and the rest created Wow what a cool uy Real Robin Hood bank robber taking from the rich and Dead-End Road Mysteries giving to the central committee always one step ahead of the tsar and his okhrana henchmen Lot of affairs with bolshevik babes and Iuess he ran some kind of underground journal Badass Also lots of cool stuff about Hear the Wolves going into exile and being pulled around on reindeer sleighs and escaping exile And someood clowning on that nerd TrotskyNot Valors Measure going to bother reading the seuel about his life after 1917 Assume he either continues being a very cooluy or mellows out a bit Bettie s Books. Nd the merciless politician who shaped the Soviet Empire in his own brutal image How Stalin became Stal. ,
S Bylines and AliasesAcknowledgementsSelect BibliographyIndexThe full and extremely extensive references for this book are available in the hardback edition and also on the author s website at In order to make the edition and also on the author s website at In order to make the a manageable and readable size the author and publishers have decided not to include the notes in the paperback We hope readers will agree that for most the balance of convenience is best served by this policy This is the best biography I ve read in a long time I didn t know much about Stalin and had only basic knowledge of Russian history before I started but Montefiore s book leaves me hungry for The book begins with an excellent hook describing a sensational bank robbery Stalin perpetrated in Tiflis Georgia It s also very well researched With Lots Of Endnotes And Footnotes But No So Many lots of endnotes and footnotes but no so many as to distract from the text Even better it s written in such a way that the characters even the peripheral ones come alive I had no idea there were so many colorful characters in the dying Russian Empire Surprisingly many passages were excruciatingly funny such as the description of Stalin s pet psychopath Kamo feigning insanity to the point where he actually became insaneI would HIGHLY recommend this book even if you re not all that interested in Stalin or Russia After all I wasn t A really entertaining read about the life of Stalin before he actually became Stalin Filled with a wealth of information about his upbringing family friends relationships angster days and the beginnings of the original Politburo in Communist Russia Would recommend to anyone interested in the personal history Of One Of The World one of the world most hated dictators As I am planning to read Stalin Court of the Red Tsar I thought it would make sense to read this volume first and I am so lad that I did This volume takes Stalin from his childhood up to 1917 and encompasses so much I knew very little about Stalin before reading this and so this was full of surprises for me It begins with a bank raid of which Stalin was involved in many to Tni Tata Dunia Baru Sistem Pertahanan get money for the cause Montefiore writes as though this is fiction rather than fact and really draws the reader in Mind you much of Stalin s life reads like fiction We have the poverty stricken childhood the over protective mother and violent drunken father A child who is obviously bright and intelligent whose father is opposed to his receiving an education Always in trouble Boy became a student priest romantic poetangster mastermind prolific lover murderous revolutionary .