Stalinism as a Way of Life: A Narrative in Documents, 1929-1941 (2000)
by Lewis Siegelbaum and Andrei Sokolov

This study provides the first documentary view of daily life and society in the Soviet Union during the period of the Stalin Terror. The book draws from documents in KGB files, private correspondence, biographies, and diaries. It reflects how people on all levels of society perceived and coped with the momentous events of their age, such as collectivization, purges, famine in the Ukraine, and the threat of fascism.

Editors: Lewis Siegelbaum, Michigan State University; Andrei K. Sokolov, The Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Principal Archive: RGASPI
Subsidiary Archives: RGAE, GARF

This book is available in Russian from ROSSPEN Publishing House

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