Ritual of Liquidation: The Case of the Moscow Trials

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Index
[The main analytic ideas used in this book have been conveniently listed in the Contents at the beginning of the book. The following Index is in two parts: the first part lists the names of individuals and fictional characters cited by the author in the text and in the notes; the second part lists the authors and their works from which direct quotations have been made. References to Lenin, Stalin, and Vishinsky appear so frequently that their names and works have not been included in the Index.]
INDEX OF NAMES
NOTE: Italic figures refer to names found in the notes at the end of the book.
Afanasievna, 406
Agranov, 134, 492
Akmakov, 482
Akimov, 123, 430
Alexandrova, 449
Alexinsky, 309, 404
Andreev, 32, 33
Antipov, 13, 188, 248
Antonov-Ovsëenko, 13
Arakcheev, 337
Arkady, 481
Armstrong, 215
Arnold, 12, 208, 412, 413, 415, 419, 420, 438, 465, 471
Arnoldov, 217
Artemenko, 240
Avenarius, 114, 130, 424
Avinovitsky, 417
Avvakum, 419
Axelrod, 27, 123, 197, 401, 402, 425, 428, 445
Azev, 352
Babkin, 420
Bailey, 362, 501
Bakayev, 10, 11, 131, 211, 222, 244, 245, 248, 253, 278, 279, 308, 330, 447, 458, 466, 468, 485, 488, 491
Bauer, 15, 426
Baumgartner, 109
Bazarov, 114
Beard, 473
Bebel, 197, 198, 439
Bebler, 375
Beck, 364
Belikov, 37
Benes, 383, 384, 389
Berdiaev, 125
Berg, 482
Beria, 5, 6, 211, 308, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 496
Bermant, 472
Berman-Yurin, 12, 208, 247, 248, 273, 336, 468, 470, 491, 483
Bernstein, 58, 426
Bessonov, 13, 107, 231, 314, 333, 344, 473, 475, 483, 484, 491
Betipazh, 213
Bierut, 363
Bill-Belotserkovsky, 436
Birki, 369
Blei, 130
Blumkin, 19, 246, 458, 483, 484
Bogdan, 244, 308, 321
Bogdanov, 114, 137, 144, 148, 429, 430
Bogushevsky, 438
Boguslavsky, 10, 12, 110, 266, 289, 347, 428, 440, 444, 458, 472, 497
Boratinsky, 428
Borisov, 332
Borodaty, 491
Bosh, 13, 151
Boyarshinov, 311, 494
Brankov, 353, 356, 359, 361, 364, 367, 369, 371, 373, 374, 377, 499
Braude, 184, 214, 288, 334
Britzke, 459
Brockway, 145
Brooker, 430
Browder, 499
Brown, 362
Broz (Tito), 353
Bubnov, 13
Budennyi, 403
Buering, 482

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