Shukman, Harold

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SHUKMAN, Harold

SHUKMAN, Harold. British, b. 1931. Genres: History, Translations. Career: Fellow, 1961-98, and Lecturer in Modern Russian History, 1969-, Emeritus Fellow, 1998-, St. Antony's College, Oxford. General Ed., Long- man's History of Russia. Publications: Lenin and the Russian Revolution, 1966; (with G. Katkov) Lenin's Path to Power, 1971; (with F.W. Deakin and H.T. Willetts) A History of World Communism, 1975; Rasputin, 1997; The Russian Revolution, 1998; Stalin, 1999; (with G. Elliott) Secret Classrooms, 2002. TRANSLATOR: (with M. Hayward) E. Shvarts: The Dragon, 1965; (with M. Glenny) I. Babel: Marya, 1965; (with M. Hayward) V. Kataev: The Holy Well, 1967; A. Rybakov, Heavy Sand, 1981; R. Medvedev, All Stalin's Men, 1983; R. Medvedev, China and the Superpowers, 1986; A. Rybakov, Children of the Arbat, 1988; A. Gromyko, Memories, 1989. EDITOR: The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Russian Revolution, 1988; Stalin's Generals, 1993; Agents for Change, 2000; The Winter War, 1939-40, 2002. TRANSLATOR & EDITOR: D. Volkogonov, Stalin: Triumph and Tragedy, 1991; D. Volkogonov, Lenin: Life and Legacy, 1994; D. Volkogonov, Trotsky: Eternal Revolutionary, 1995; D. Volkogonov, The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Empire, 1998. Address: St. Antony's College, Oxford, England. Online address: [email protected]