The Lesser Terror: Soviet State Security, 1939-1953

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Chapter 1 Beriia Takes Over 1
  • Notes 49
  • Chapter 2 Mass Killings of Polish Pow Officers 53
  • Notes 66
  • Chapter 3 the Orel Massacres, the Killings of Senior Military Officers, and War-Time Deportations 69
  • Notes 109
  • Chapter 4 Smersh and Abakumov 111
  • Notes 144
  • Chapter 5 the Vlasov Movement and Other Collaborators 147
  • Notes 165
  • Chapter 6 Abakumov as Head of Mgb 167
  • Notes 175
  • Chapter 7 Post-War Campaigns Against the Military 177
  • Notes 194
  • Notes 214
  • Chapter 9 the Leningrad Affair 215
  • Notes 221
  • Chapter 10 Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and Terror Campaigns in East Europe 223
  • Notes 228
  • Chapter 11 Downfall 229
  • Notes 253
  • Chapter 12 the Aftermath 255
  • Notes 281
  • Chapter 13 Legacy 283
  • Notes 328
  • Appendix I General Officers of NKVD/NKGB (MVD/MGB), SMERSH (March 1945, July 9, 1945-July 11, 1945) 331
  • Appendix II Principal Victims of Stalinist Repression During the Abakumov Regime (March 1946-July 1951) 337
  • Appendix III List of Victims of Mass Execution in the Medvedev Forest near Orel (September 11, 1941) 355
  • Appendix IV Organizational Charts 359
  • Bibliography 361
  • Index 393
  • About the Author 425
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