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Memoirs of a Soviet Political Prisoner By Alexander Bolonkin
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Dr.Sci. A.A. Bolonkin worked in Soviet aviation, rocket and space industries and lectured in the main Soviet University for about 15 years. He lectured as a professor and worked as a Project... More > Director in Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow Aviation Technological Institute, Bauman Highest Technical University. He earned many official awards from the Soviet Union officialdom. In 1972 professor Bolonkin was arrested by the notorious Soviet Secret Police (KGB) because he had been discovered reading forbidden political literature about freedom and democracy and had been monitored listening to "Voice of America". For more than 15 years, the vicious KGB torturers kept him in various special prisons, concentration camps, and in exile in utterly miserable Siberia. This period of his life is described in detail in this revelatory book. Alexander Bolonkin is the author of more 150 scientific articles and books as well as 17 patented inventions.< Less
Memoirs of a Soviet Political Prisoner By Alexander Bolonkin
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Dr.Sci. A.A. Bolonkin worked in Soviet aviation, rocket and space industries and lectured in the main Soviet University for about 15 years. He lectured as a professor and worked as a Project... More > Director in Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow Aviation Technological Institute, Bauman Highest Technical University. He earned many official awards from the Soviet Union officialdom. In 1972 professor Bolonkin was arrested by the notorious Soviet Secret Police (KGB) because he had been discovered reading forbidden political literature about freedom and democracy and had been monitored listening to "Voice of America". For more than 15 years, the vicious KGB torturers kept him in various special prisons, concentration camps, and in exile in utterly miserable Siberia. This period of his life is described in detail in this revelatory book. Alexander Bolonkin is the author of more 150 scientific articles and books as well as 17 patented inventions.< Less
Icons & Altars 2010-2013 By Stanislav Grezdo, Glenn Gordon
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The artist Stanislav Grezdo is no stranger to the workings of the gears and levers of totalitarian propaganda or the visual machinery of religious idolatry. He grew up in the Czechoslovakia of the... More > former Soviet bloc, under the Communist state apparatus of repression, in the midst of the baroque art of the Catholic Church. His work subverts the bombast of the authoritarian state and the solemnities of religious piety with a set of symbols even more grimly mechanical and rigidly pious than those he so drily quotes. His icons are the work of an iconoclast.< Less
Sacred Weapons, Profane Enemies: Saint John Paul II's War on Communism By Geoff Bardell
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The book tells the story of how Saint John Paul II politically deployed sacred weapons and profane enemies in his war on communism. The effects of his deployment – chiefly during his three... More > pilgrimages to communist Poland – were to evoke and refashion nationalist and religious cultural memories shaped over centuries and thereby influence the prevailing political culture of opposition. In his doing so, the Polish Pope inspired the opposition to peacefully and successfully challenge a communist regime that had at its disposal a full panoply of repressive forces. The Pope’s sacred weapons were above all the powerful myths and symbols attached to holy figures, wars, insurrections and martyrdom, and the potent rituals of anniversary commemorations, holy masses, beatifications, canonizations and pilgrimages afforded to him as Head of the Roman Catholic Church. Poland’s profane enemies were the Jewish, German and Russian Enemies and the powerful myths and symbols associated with them.< Less
Sacred Weapons, Profane Enemies: Saint John Paul II's War on Communism By Geoff Bardell
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The 2014 canonization of John Paul II and the quarter-century anniversary of the fall of Polish Communism were the main motivations in writing this book, which is richly illustrated with nearly 100... More > pictures and very reasonably priced! The book tells the story of how Saint John Paul II politically deployed sacred weapons and profane enemies in his war on communism. The effects of his deployment – chiefly during his three pilgrimages to communist Poland – were to evoke and refashion nationalist and religious cultural memories shaped over centuries and thereby influence the prevailing political culture of opposition. In his doing so, the Polish Pope inspired the opposition to peacefully and successfully challenge a communist regime that had at its disposal a full panoply of repressive forces.< Less
Sacred Weapons, Profane Enemies: Saint John Paul II's War on Communism By Geoff Bardell
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The book tells the story of how Saint John Paul II politically deployed sacred weapons and profane enemies in his war on communism. The effects of his deployment – chiefly during his three... More > pilgrimages to communist Poland – were to evoke and refashion nationalist and religious cultural memories shaped over centuries and thereby influence the prevailing political culture of opposition. In his doing so, the Polish Pope inspired the opposition to peacefully and successfully challenge a communist regime that had at its disposal a full panoply of repressive forces. The Pope’s sacred weapons were above all the powerful myths and symbols attached to holy figures, wars, insurrections and martyrdom, and the potent rituals of anniversary commemorations, holy masses, beatifications, canonizations and pilgrimages afforded to him as head of the Roman Catholic Church. Poland’s profane enemies were the Jewish, German and Russian Enemies and the powerful myths and symbols associated with them.< Less
План Сталина: Борьба за войну и против политики мира. 1927-1946. Книга 3 By Альберт Зейдель
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The third book in the trilogy analyzes the origins of Stalin's Plan. The author proves that Collectivization, Industrialization and the Gulag were elements of the early stage of Stalin's Plan, aimed... More > at creating a war machine to conquer the world. From the very beginning, Stalin’s industrialization was not carried out with a defensive war in mind, but a future aggressive world war which would follow the path dictated by Stalin's Plan. And this was the exact path that the war did subsequently follow. This book gives an answer as to why Stalin started the Great Terror of 1937-1938. It was the starting point of a Great Game intended to unleash the Second World War. The final part analyzes the period, which began with the Battle of Stalingrad and ended with the creation of new communist states and the expansion of the communist empire. And this was Stalin’s true objective.< Less
China And North Korea: From Comrades-in-Arms To Allies At Arm’s Length By Andrew Scobell, Strategic Studies Institute
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The relationship between China and North Korea surely ranks as one of world’s strangest. While on the surface, it might not seem surprising to have a formal military alliance between two... More > communist neighbors that has endured more than 4 decades. After all, their armed forces fought shoulder-to-shoulder in the Korean War 50 years ago. However, Beijing’s ties to Pyongyang have weakened considerably over time, and China now has much better and stronger relations with the free market democracy of South Korea than it does with the totalitarian, centrally planned economy of North Korea. In many ways Pyongyang has become a Cold War relic, strategic liability, and monumental headache for Beijing. Nevertheless, the China-North Korea alliance remains formally in effect, and Beijing continues to provide vital supplies of food and fuel to the brutal and repressive Pyongyang regime.< Less
The Revolt Against Civilization By T Lothrop Stoddard
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Written against the backdrop of the Communist seizure of power in the Soviet Union, this remarkable work by America’s leading early twentieth century racial theorist studies the root causes of... More > Communism and the destruction of civilized society. It focuses on the downbreeding of existing European populations and of how the worst elements of society are continually outbreeding the best, leading to lower average IQs and civilizational levels. Although directed at Soviet-era communism, the reader will find the discussions on racial and social degeneration appallingly familiar and present in twenty-first century Western societies. Finally, a solution to the problem is proposed: not repression, but eugenics. “Where but in the slender ranks of the racially superior---those 'A' and 'B' stocks which, in America for example, we know to-day constitute barely 13 1/2 per cent of the population? It is this "thin red line" of rich, untainted blood which stands between us and barbarism or chaos."< Less
The Revolt Against Civilization By T Lothrop Stoddard
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Written against the backdrop of the Communist seizure of power in the Soviet Union, this remarkable work by America’s leading early twentieth century racial theorist studies the root causes of... More > Communism and the destruction of civilized society. It focuses on the downbreeding of existing European populations and of how the worst elements of society are continually outbreeding the best, leading to lower average IQs and civilizational levels. Although directed at Soviet-era communism, the reader will find the discussions on racial and social degeneration appallingly familiar and present in twenty-first century Western societies. Finally, a solution to the problem is proposed: not repression, but eugenics. “Where but in the slender ranks of the racially superior---those 'A' and 'B' stocks which, in America for example, we know to-day constitute barely 13 1/2 per cent of the population? It is this "thin red line" of rich, untainted blood which stands between us and barbarism or chaos."< Less