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  • ...941–1945.'' (Osprey, 2002, ISBN 1841763918), 29.</ref> although recent research suggests a somewhat lower, but still enormous figure of 514,000 prisoners, ...irst reaction to the German advance on Moscow was to deny the truth and to search for [[scapegoat]]s for the Soviet defeats. However, once he realized the da
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  • ...n, he announced his submission to the Party through a telegram he sent ''[[Izvestia]]'' (February 23, 1934). While Rakovsky was allowed to return to [[Moscow]] ...in Post-Stalin Russia''], (National Council for Soviet and East European Research and [[Lehigh University]], Washington, DC: 1995), 22 ''ucis''. Retrieved Oc
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