After Stalin’s Death

Newspaper: Jewish Herald
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20 In mar 1953
States - Britain/England, Soviet Union (Russia). Ideologies - Communism
This article is a translation of the final chapter in Begin's book, "White Nights." In the English translation of the book, this chapter can be found on pages 234-239. In this chapter, he focuses on comparing and contrasting the Soviet Union's leaders Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin. He explains the rivalry between the secret police, the Red Army, the Communist Party, and the Professional Unions. Begin concludes that after Stalin's death, there will be conflict in Russia and it could lead to an atomic holocaust.