The Unquiet Ghost: Russians Remember Stalin
Although some twenty million people died during Stalin’s reign of terror, only with the advent of glasnost did Russians begin to confront their memories of that time. In 1991, Adam Hochschild spent nearly six months in Russia talking to gulag survivors, retired concentration camp guards, and countless others. The result is a riveting evocation of a country still haunted by the ghost of Stalin.
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Hochschild , A. (1994). The Unquiet Ghost: Russians Remember Stalin. New York, NY: Viking.