11 edition of The cult of Ivan the terrible in Stalin"s Russia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-243) and index.
|Series||Studies in Russian and East European history and society|
|LC Classifications||DK269.5 .P47 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||2001032718|
Ivan the Terrible, or Ivan IV, was the first tsar of all Russia. During his reign (), Ivan acquired vast amounts of land through ruthless means, creating a centrally controlled government Born: A brief glance at the cult of Napoleon illuminates the major premises of this book in three ways. First, the art produced in France in support of Napoleon’s leadership shows a continuation and elaboration on the themes that emerged in earlier personality cults. From the time of Ivan the Terrible, The Lenin cult in Soviet Russia.
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The celebrated Tsar, Ivan the Terrible ( – ), consulted Finnish magicians, as had his father and grandfather, and understood the esoteric significance of the gem stones in his staff. A few years later, in , Tsar Boris Godunov ( – ) attempted to recruit the services of the English alchemist, John Dee, who had successfully. These factors undoubtedly played a role in Stalin's about-face, but I want to explore another, entirely overlooked possibility. There is evidence to suggest that Stalin--and Lavrentii Beria, Viacheslav Molotov, Andrei Zhdanov, and others in Stalin's inner circle who chimed in--hated Ivan the Terrible, Part II, for another reason altogether: its pervasive, .
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Ivan IV, the sixteenth-century Russian tsar notorious for his reign of terror, became an unlikely national hero in the Soviet Union during the s. This book traces the development of Ivan's positive image, placing it in the context of Stalin's campaign for by: The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia by Maureen Perrie,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
Get this from a library. The cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia. [Maureen Perrie] -- Ivan IV, the sixteenth-century Russian tsar notorious for his reign of terror, became an unlikely national hero in the Soviet Union during the s. This book traces the development of Ivan's. Get this from a library.
The cult of Ivan the terrible in Stalin's Russia. [Maureen Perrie; Palgrave Connect (Online service)] -- Ivan IV, the sixteenth-century Russian tsar notorious for his reign of terror, became an unlikely national hero in the Soviet Union during the s.
This book traces the development of Ivan's. He was writing about Ivan the Terrible when he died, at age fifty, only seven years later.
In commissioning a film about Ivan the Terrible, Stalin expected Eisenstein to celebrate Ivan as the first tsar, a progressive and visionary leader, and the founder of a unified, centralized, modern Russian state. The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia. New York: Palgrave, Platt, Kevin M.
F., and David Brandenberger. Epic Revisionism: Russian History and Literature As Stalinist Propaganda. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, Buy The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia by Maureen Perrie from Waterstones today.
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Either that, or the original text in Russian was equally inelegant. In any case, although this biography might benefit from having newly discovered facts available to the author, that benefit hardly outweighs the ponderous, meandering style of the prose 4/5().
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (born Ioseb Besarionis dzе Djugashvili; 18 December [O.S. 6 December] – 5 March ) was a Georgian revolutionary and Soviet politician who led the Soviet Union from the mids until as the general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (–) and premier of the Soviet Union (–).Died: 5 March (aged 74), Kuntsevo Dacha.
InStalin was He suffered either a heart attack or a series of strokes inand his health hadn't been the same since. His paranoia, too, was at an all-time high. When he had gone in Author: Jackie Mansky. Stalinism is the means of governing and related policies implemented from to by Joseph Stalin (–).
Stalinist policies and ideas that were developed in the Soviet Union included rapid industrialization, the theory of socialism in one country, a totalitarian state, collectivization of agriculture, a cult of personality and subordination of the interests of foreign.
The Great Purge was denounced by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev following Stalin's death. In his secret speech to the 20th CPSU congress in February (which was made public a month later), Khrushchev referred to the purges as an "abuse of power" by Stalin which resulted in enormous harm to the : ,–1, (higher.
Russia was always considered something of a backward, autocratic, brutal country by its Western neighbors. That a Lenin or Stalin could seize the reins of power in a country once ruled by Peter the Great or Ivan the Terrible seemed likely; that it could happen in.
Solzhenitsyn was one of them, which is how Akhmatova had read a samizdat version of Solzhenitsyn’s novel One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. While Akhmatova’s Requiem had described what it was like to wait without hope outside a prison, Solzhenitsyn took the reader into the heart of the gulag, the prison camp system known by its acro.
Joseph Stalin: bloody tyrant and bookworm The Soviet dictator was a brute but an intellectual. His library was a working one, not for show, and included books.
Никола́й Ива́нович Буха́рин - Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin (9 October [O.S. 27 September] – 15 March ) was a Russian Marxist, Bolshevik revolutionary, and Soviet politician. He was a member of the Politburo (–) and Central Committee (–), chairman of the Communist International (Comintern, –), and the editor in chief of Pravda.
‘“The people need a tsar”: the emergence of National Bolshevism as Stalinist ideology, –’, Europe–Asia Studies, pp. –92; David Brandenberger, ‘The cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalinist Russia’, The Russian Review, pp.
–73; David Brandenberger, Propaganda state in crisis: Soviet ideology. Ivan sought to become not just the supreme ruler and military commander of Russia but its supreme spiritual authority as well.
Under Ivan’s guidance, the so-called Hundred Heads Council adopted rules regulating every aspect of Russian existence, from the proper style of icon painting to how to shave and drink. What a horrible and at the same time wonderful question. My answer is No. The problem with answering this question is defining what we mean by effective.
It is a slippery word and some historians would credit Stalin with saving the Soviet Union, a. Simon Sebag Montefiore is the author of the global bestsellers 'The Romanovs' and 'Jerusalem: the Biography,' 'Stalin: the Court of the Red Tsar' and Young Stalin and the novels Sashenka and One Night in Winter and "Red Sky at Noon." His books are published in 48 languages and are worldwide bestsellers/5.Joseph Stalin was leader of the Soviet Union between and He followed Vladimir Lenin as Soviet leader, and was the first General Secretary of the USSR’s Central Committee.
This article contains a number of interesting Joseph Stalin facts that you may find helpful in learning about Stalin, or for teaching about Stalin. The release of the film, The Death of Stalin, has sparked intense discussion as to what extent an opera buffa is a suitable genre for this serious topic, and it Author: Alexey Timofeychev.