Stalin's Last Generation: Soviet Post-War Youth and the Emergence of Mature Socialism

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9780199575060: Stalin's Last Generation: Soviet Post-War Youth and the Emergence of Mature Socialism

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With this very good book, Juliane Fürst confirms her reputation as a preeminent historian of the final years of Stalin's regime ... This excellent book is warmly recommended to all those interested in Stalinism, in World War Two, in the Cold War, in mature socialism, and in youth cultures. ( Anne E. Gorsuch, Journal of Social History)

Fürst fills a huge gap in historiography... ambitious and courageous. ( Katharina Uhl, H-Soz-u-Kult.)

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'Stalin's last generation' was the last generation to come of age under Stalin, yet it was also the first generation to be socialized in the post-war period. Its young members grew up in a world that still carried many of the hallmarks of the Soviet Union's revolutionary period, yet their surroundings already showed the first signs of decay, stagnation, and disintegration.

Stalin's last generation still knew how to speak 'Bolshevik', still believed in the power of Soviet heroes and still wished to construct socialism, yet they also liked to dance and dress in Western styles, they knew how to evade boring lectures and lessons in Marxism-Leninism, and they were keen to forge identities that were more individual than those offered by the state.

In this book, Juliane Fürst creates a detailed picture of late Stalinist youth and youth culture, looking at young people from a variety of perspectives: as children of the war, as recipients and creators of propaganda, as perpetrators of crime, as representatives of fledgling subcultures, as believers, as critics, and as drop-outs. In the process, she illuminates not only the complex relationship between the Soviet state and its youth, but also provides a new interpretative framework for understanding late Stalinism - the impact of which on Soviet society's subsequent development has hitherto been underestimated, including its role in the ultimate demise of the USSR.

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Descripción Oxford University Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Hardcover. 352 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 1.4in.Stalins last generation was the last generation to come of age under Stalin, yet it was also the first generation to be socialized in the post-war period. Its young members grew up in a world that still carried many of the hallmarks of the Soviet Unions revolutionary period, yet their surroundings already showed the first signs of decay, stagnation, and disintegration. Stalins last generation still knew how to speak Bolshevik, still believed in the power of Soviet heroes and still wished to construct socialism, yet they also liked to dance and dress in Western styles, they knew how to evade boring lectures and lessons in Marxism-Leninism, and they were keen to forge identities that were more individual than those offered by the state. In this book, Juliane Furst creates a detailed picture of late Stalinist youth and youth culture, looking at young people from a variety of perspectives: as children of the war, as recipients and creators of propaganda, as perpetrators of crime, as representatives of fledgling subcultures, as believers, as critics, and as drop-outs. In the process, she illuminates not only the complex relationship between the Soviet state and its youth, but also provides a new interpretative framework for understanding late Stalinism -- the impact of which on Soviet societys subsequent development has hitherto been underestimated, including its role in the ultimate demise of the USSR. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780199575060

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