Snyder, Thomas.

Bloodlands. Europe between Hitler and Stalin.


DKK 150,00

In the middle of Europe in the middle of the twentieth century, tha Nazi and Soviet regimes starved, shot and gassed fourteen million people in a zone of death between Berlin and Moscow. These were the bloodlands – today’s Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, western Russia and the eastern Baltic coast. In a twelve year period from 1933 to 1945 as a result of deliberate polices unrelated to combat, an average of more than a million civilians were murdered annually. At the end of the Second World War the bloodlands fell behind the iron curtain, leaving their history in darkness.

The Bodley Head, London. - 2010.

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INDHOLD: Preface. Europe. – Introduction: Hitler and Stalin. – The Soviet Famines. – Class terror. – National terror. – Molotov-Ribbentrop Europe. – The economics of apocalypse. – Final solution. – Holocaust and revenge. – The nazi death factories. – Resistance and incineration. – Ethnic clensings. – Stalinist anti-semitism. – Conclusion: Humanity. – Numbers and terms. – Abstract. – Bibliography. – Notes. – Index.- Indbundet med omslag. – 524 sider. – Som ny.