Stalin's Kampf

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Stalin's Kampf

By M. R. Werner
Howell, Soskin, 1940
358 pp. $2.50
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Speeches, writings and interviews by Stalin -- or about him -- edited as a parallel to Hitler's " Mein Kampf." On the whole it is dull reading, though Stalin is much more comprehensible than his turgidly rhetorical counterpart in Germany. The two are, however, clearly seen to resemble each other in the ease with which they use words to conceal their real motives and to make black seem white.

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