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  • ISBN: 0914481797
  • Author: Alexander Rashin
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Liberty (March 14, 2003)
  • Pages: 282 pages
  • ePUB size: 1459 kb
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Alexander Rashin wrote a very interesting book about Stalin's last years, largely devoted by the dictator to the final solution of the Jewish question. The book is entitled "Why Didn't Stalin Murder All The Jews?"

Alexander Rashin wrote a very interesting book about Stalin's last years, largely devoted by the dictator to the final solution of the Jewish question. The book is entitled "Why Didn't Stalin Murder All The Jews?" And really, why? Numerous answers to this question have been offered

Why Didn’t Stalin Murder All the Jews (English). The campaign came to a screeching halt with Stalin’s mysterious collapse into a coma on March 1, 1953. Alexander Rashin does not impose the choice between a divine intervention in the events and a political miscalculation, and leaves the reader to grope for the truth.

Alexander Rashin of Teaneck has received Prakhin International Literary Foundation’s annual award for his 2003 book Why Didn’t Stalin Murder All the Jews?  .

Alexander Rashin of Teaneck has received Prakhin International Literary Foundation’s annual award for his 2003 book Why Didn’t Stalin Murder All the Jews?  The award was presented on Ja. Rashin concludes that Stalin was using Soviet Jews for a far-fetched internal and geopolitical intrigue aimed at taking over Israel and redirecting its army to fight for control of Mideast oil. Rashin and his late wife, Bella, immigrated to Teaneck in 1986 with their daughter, Annita, who provided illustrations for her father’s book, which was published by Liberty Publishing House.

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Start by marking Why Didn't Stalin Kill All Jews: The 50th Anniversary of the Doctors' Plot and Stalin's Death as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It is probably a most comprehensive analysis of all the information, theories and rumors pertaining to Stalin's last campaign which could have led to the annihilation of the Soviet Jewry. The campaign came to a screeching halt with Stalin's mysterious collapse into a coma on March 1, 1953.

Dissatisfied, Stalin slowly shut down Crimean California, and devised a new plan: move the Jews to remote areas in. .This project for giving land to Soviet Jews, however, didn’t go much further than hanging signs in Yiddish alongside Russian ones

Dissatisfied, Stalin slowly shut down Crimean California, and devised a new plan: move the Jews to remote areas in Siberia where there was plenty of land and no reason to fight. In 1928, the first Jewish families started to move to the Amur River basin, in the vicinity of a small village, Tikhonkaya (literally Quiet one ). This project for giving land to Soviet Jews, however, didn’t go much further than hanging signs in Yiddish alongside Russian ones. The journey to Birobidzhan was extremely long and arduous, and resettlement was poorly organized.

Second, Stalin could not permit Soviet Jews to publicly take pride and exalt in.Alexander Rashin, Why Didn't Stalin Kill All the Jews? Liberty Publishing House.

Second, Stalin could not permit Soviet Jews to publicly take pride and exalt in their own heritage, people, and nation while occupying influential positions in the Soviet Union, which held that all nationalisms and all nationalistic sentiments were anathema. The goal of the Soviet Union was to create homo sovieticus, a creature devoid of heritage and history.

It is probably a most comprehensive analysis of all the information, theories and rumors pertaining to Stalins last campaign which could have led to the annihilation of the Soviet Jewry. The campaign came to a screeching halt with Stalins mysterious collapse into a coma on March 1, 1953. The account is compact, easily readable and offers the first rational explanation of the events.

The book starts with the author and his terminally ill wife, a Jewish activist, unexpectedly stumbling upon the fact that Stalin collapsed exactly on the Jewish festival of Purim. They also find that according to an 800 year old rabbinical tradition, such an event should be retold and commemorated every year. They wrote a short story in 1996, a megillah, which was since used in Purim celebration in over 100 synagogues, and is reproduced in the book. This imparts on the event a religious meaning.

However, it compelled the author, a scientist, to look also for rational or other human motives behind the infamous campaign. This led through hundreds of books, newspaper articles, memories and rumors. Which of them could be trusted? It soon became apparent that most revelations about the campaign were orchestrated by KGB and should be handled with care.

Therefore, the author turned to the search for patterns in the events of the 1920s-1970s and in the characters, indicative of what might have happened and what various actors in the drama were capable of. He also uses an analogy between the reconstruction of what happened from bits and pieces of information and a reconstruction of a true image of an object from a set of noisy or distorted photographs taken from different directions.

The author came up with an unexpected but consistent theory: 1) Stalins last campaign pursued both internal and geopolitical goals. 2) Internal goals included a restaging of the great purges of the 1930s. 3) The geopolitical thrust was in making Israel Stalins puppet and using its army to fight the West in the Middle East. 4) The Biblical Book of Esther (the basis of Purim) was used as a script for the purge. 5) Stalin would accuse his henchmen of indiscriminately persecuting all Jews. 6) Arresting perpetrators on Purim would give Stalin a Biblical stature and an opening for subverting the Israeli democracy. 7) Beria was ordered to conduct the arrests of the leadership but instead secured their cooperation in Stalins assassination. 8) Stalin was poisoned, as indicated by the reported unusual hemorrhages in all internal organs. 9) An implication in organizing the Doctors Plot remained a political bomb and a nightmare for the Soviet leaders, which was used as blackmail even in the 1970s.

A dramatic personal line and the stories of ordinary Soviet Jews directly told by the authors relatives add an extra human dimension to this meticulously researched book.

The author does not impose the choice between a divine intervention in the events and a political miscalculation, and leaves the reader to grope for the truth. This riveting account is of great interest to any student of modern Russian and Jewish history and to anyone pondering its mysteries.

Comments: (6)
Brol
because Mom and the Talmud always say that if one only has loshon hora to say it is better to not say anything at all. However, this book was a huge disappointment.

After reading Chief Culprit: Stalin's Grand Design to Start World War II by Victor Suvorov I really wanted to know more about the subject. Now THIS guy Suvorov paints a picture. I thought I would try this as the description looked inviting. Big mistake.

This book, Why Didn't Stalin... is probably 50% mostly information found in Suvorov's book and 50% family reminiscences. Now I like a good yarn but I wouldn't call the old family memories the definitive accounting of Stalin's horrors.

Suvorov's book goes into detail, starting pre-revolution and discusses that lunatics insane ways. As a military analyst he gives good military reasoning behind all of the moves documented in the book. (For instance, did you know defensive roads along a border run parallel to that border, but that Stalin build his roads running perpendicular, so as to be able to attack? And he makes a HUGE case of Stalin's aligning with H in 1939 to draw the western Allies into the conflict, to tire them out, so he can march in as savior and liberate Europe from the pangs of Capitalism? It is really excellent stuff.)

In short, while I am sure Mr. Rashin has a family to feed I would suggest not relying on the royalties from this book to do so. The writing style is a bit weak and the presentation falls short of making the case.

Sorry.
Livina
I write this review an hour after hearing Alexander Rashin, the author, speak extensively about the issues raised in his book, which coincidentally I finished reading this afternoon. The uniqueness of this volume is that Rashin's family not only lived through Stalin's anti-Jewish campaign, but Rashin was able to emigrate to the US, then find extensive, emerging documentation to offer multiple analyses of why and how Stalin tried to murder millions of Soviet Jews, and how Stalin's sudden death in 1953 thwarted his plan.

Rashin weaves his own family's history together with his portrait of Stalin. He likens Stalin's death/murder to the biblical account of Purim, in which the Jews of the Persian empire were swiftly, miraculously saved from the hangman Haman. Rashin offers a new theory that at the same time as Stalin sought to murder many Jews, he might have planned to publicly intervene to save others, and send them to Israel to become there a fifth column.

The book is a highly worthwhile read, in a very personal style, leaving the reader with many "what ifs" to ponder.
Kale
Alexander Rashin wrote a very interesting book about Stalin's last years, largely devoted by the dictator to the final solution of the Jewish question. The book is entitled "Why Didn't Stalin Murder All The Jews?"
And really, why? Numerous answers to this question have been offered. However, the answer offered by A. Rashin struck me as the most convincing, and probably the only correct one. By analyzing a vast number of known documents and evidences, the author creates a wide, multilevel panorama of Soviet life at the times of execution of the Jewish Antifascist Committee and the Doctors' Plot. In fact he shows that just a single circumstance let the Soviet Jews avoid a horrific destiny - a second holocaust.
However, comrade Stalin, either because of his age and ailing, or because he came to believe that he was God, became negligent in the latest of his usually extremely carefully planned intrigues. On the one hand, he organized a massive assault on Lavrenty Beria's supporters and protégés in Beria's native Mingrelia and in Moscow. On the other hand, Stalin left Beria too close to the real power levers, probably planning to re-use him in the role of a major executioner of the Great Purges of the 1930s. Beria served Stalin as a devoted dog, first as a head of security forces and then as ruthlessly efficient organizer of the nuclear project. He got scared, foreseeing a new purge, and started to look for co-conspirators with protégés in the security forces to organize a plot. He hinted to two of Stalin's closest associates, Malenkov and Khrushchev, that Stalin directed him to collect compromising evidence against them, because after the massacre of the Jews they would be accused of fomenting anti-Semitism and of failures in the internal policies. Beria knew all too well the worth of Stalin's inner circle - only to save their own lives would they risk assassinating the "beloved leader." Beria was not mistaken, and on March 1, 1953, Stalin was helped into a fatal coma. Rashin rather convincingly sets forth that the date of Stalin's collapse was not haphazard but had a specific purpose in Stalin's own plans.
The book reads not as a dry historic account, but as a truly gripping novel of political detection.
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