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1 May 2021

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Stalin’s War Sean McMeekin

Allen Lane, pp.848, 40

Of the two dictators who began the second world war as allied partners in crime but ended it in combat to the death, there is no doubt who has received more attention from historians and in the popular imagination. So much so, indeed, that the conflict is often labelled ‘Hitler’s War’.

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