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    In the final years of his life J.Stalin was getting ready for the final confrontation with the West which was meant to complete his life's work. He wanted to launch World War 3 in Europe and march all the way to the English Channel. However, first he needed to get the public on war footing and in his opinion the best way to do this was by terrorizing it senseless. The "doctors' plot" (a bunch of nonsense made up by Stalin and Beria) was designed to be an excuse for launching a new great purge, just like in 1937. Fortunately, Stalin died of stroke when the plan was still in formative stage, although several innocent doctors were murdered by interrogators before the rest were freed.

    I saw Jonathan Brent's lecture on one of those television book club programs. His knowledge on the subject makes a deep impression and the book is awesome. Half of public libraries in my area have it on shelf.

    Last edited by MonsterZero; 17 Jun 04, 15:57.

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