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Death of a Tyrant by Christopher Nicole
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Christopher Nicole
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Severn House Publishers
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256
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9780727852106
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Hardcover
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At the end of World War II Josef Stalin was the undisputed master of Russia. Hated by many, feared by all, increasingly paranoid and megalomaniac, he took upon himself all the credit for the defeat of Nazi Germany, forcing his people to accept that the millions of Russians he had condemned to death or a lifetime of misery in the infamous gulags was a price worth paying for the security of the Soviet system.

Now was the time for settling old scores, those real or imagined enemies who had survived both the war and the purges of the 1930s. And top of the list was the Bolugayevski family, exiled aristocrats who had long sought the downfall of the Bolshevik state. Stalin's solution was simple: this hateful brood must be eliminated. The task, naturally enough, was given to the head of his secret police, Lavrenty Beria.

But unknown to the tyrant, Beria had plans of his own. He dreamed of bringing down his master and taking his place, and in Stalin's feud with the Bolugayevskis he saw his chance to bring his dream to fruition.

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