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    Released to mark the anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Georgia in August 2006.

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    One of the world's most inhospitable regions is humanized through personal narratives and colourful case studies, presented in rich and fascinating detail.

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    The autobiography of the so-called ‘Ace of Spies’, the master of deception Ian Fleming would later use as a model for James Bond. The first part of the book is Reilly’s life as told from his person...

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    A gripping analysis and critique of Britain’s response to Soviet espionage in British territory after the Great War.

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    The thrilling account of Britain's most ingenious spy.

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    This compelling biography examines the lives of Tsar Nicholas II's four daughters up until their brutal murder.

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    This necessary and timely book is an account of the Pussy Riot protest that explores the status of dissent in Russia, the roots of the group and their adoption - or appropriation - by wider collectives, feminist groups and music icons.

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    A vivid and revealing exploration of the way in which myth, power and religion interact to produce the love-hate relationship between the Russian people and Vladimir Putin.

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    Ideal accounts for the enthusiastic historian.

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    Captivating classics to keep you occupied this Christmas

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    Moscow 1945. As Stalin and his courtiers celebrate victory over Hitler, shots ring out. A teenage boy and girl lie dead. But this is no ordinary tragedy and these are no ordinary teenagers. A terrifying witch-hunt, directed by Stalin himself, unveils secrets in a world where the smallest mistakes will be punished with death.

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    The Battle for Moscow, which took place from September 1941 to April 1942, was the biggest battle of World War II – indeed, the biggest battle of all time. Seven million troops were involved. The combined losses of both sides amounted to 2.5 million men – 2 million on the Russian side.

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    Using new sources, Rosamund Bartlett brings to life the story of a remarkable man - Lev Tolstoy, known chiefly for his iconic works of literature - who rejected his aristocratic heritage in favour of devoting himself to improving the literacy of the underprivileged.

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    After ten years of research, a nefarious and critical missing piece of the history of WWII and the Soviet secret services is finally exposed to the light of day.

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    Codenamed HERO, Penkovsky is widely seen as the most important spy of the Cold War, and the CIA-MI6 operation, run as the world stood on the brink of nuclear destruction, has never been bettered.

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    In 1961 George Blake was exposed as a Soviet spy – a traitor accused of endangering dozens of his fellow British agents. Yet, as Roger Hermiston reveals in this thrilling new biography, Blake's remarkable story touches not only the depths of treachery, but also the heights of heroism.

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    When Vladimir Putin, an unimportant, low-level KGB operative, was rushed to power by a group of Oligarchs in 1999, he was a man without a history. Within a few brief years, Putin had dismantled Rus...

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    The riveting story of the last six months of World War II, when the hopeful Allied situation inspired by the Yalta Conference descended into the open conflict that would lead to the Cold War.

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    In this compelling book, the renowned historian Karl Schlögel reconstructs with meticulous care the process through which, month by month, the terrorism of a state-of-emergency regime spiraled into the ‘Great Terror’ during which 1 ½ million human beings lost their lives within a single year

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    A detailed examination into the legacy of one of History's most notorious leaders.

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    This book explores the conditions under which electoral competition contributes to democratic development by examining impact of elections on democratic consolidation in Russia.

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    Former BBC Moscow correspondent Angus Roxburgh charts the dramatic fight for Russia's future under Vladimir Putin

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    After ten years of research, a nefarious and critical missing piece of the history of WWII and the Soviet secret services is finally exposed to the light of day.

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    A leader and a pioneer; Mikhail Gorbachev has inspired change in Europe and eased decades of hostility whilst championing environmental sustainability.

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    'Rasputin' will fascinate students of pre-revolutionary Russia and anyone intrigued by the challenges thrown up by criminal investigations of the most serious kind

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    This stunning book, based on KGB archives that have never come to light before, provides the most complete account of Soviet espionage in America ever written.

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    Dobbs's thrilling narrative features a cast of characters with unique stories to tell, witnesses to one of the greatest mobilizations of men and equipment since the Second World War.

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