Stalin's War: A New History of World War II Free Audiobook Download by Sean Mcmeekin

Stalin's War: A New History of World War II is an audiobook that was narrated by Kevin Stillwell. This book was written by Sean Mcmeekin and it tells the story of how Stalin's Russia used a combination of military aggression, diplomatic pressure, and domestic propaganda to expand its territory in Europe and then Asia before plunging the world into war with Germany.

Stalin's War: A New History of World War II by Sean Mcmeekin is a gripping, thoroughly researched narrative that illustrates how the war was forced upon Stalin. Reviewers at the Library Journal and Audible praised this book for its comprehensive analysis of the events of WWII.

Stalin's War: A New History of World War II is an exciting, well-researched and well-written account of the Second World War. To be honest, it was so enjoyable that I didn't realise for a while that I was listening to an audiobook. By the end, I had given up on trying to read and just listened without stopping.

Stalin's War: A New History of World War II, by Sean Mcmeekin is the latest book to be released in the "audible" series. This audiobook gives a detailed history of WWII through the eyes of Stalin. Stalin's past and his wartime policies are examined and analyzed in detail. During this time he was able to consolidate power through mass killings and force while showing little mercy for his enemies.

Stalin's War is a new history of World War II written by Sean McMeekin. In Stalin's War, Sean Mcmeekin tells how Stalin was able to win over both Nazi Germany and the Western Allies in order to defeat Hitler. He goes on to explain how this change helped him to conquer Europe, culminating in his eventual control over Russia.

"This is not just a book about Stalin, it's a book about the turbulent history of 20th century Europe" (McMeekin, Stalin's War). The author, Sean Mcmeekin does an excellent job of outlining the historical context for each event in this sweeping and somewhat complicated timeline. McMeekin writes that "It is not just Stalin who must be understood if Russia is to be understood," which is a sentiment we can all agree with. McMeekin also looks at how Stalin's actions impacted the world in ways that may have been more detrimental than helpful.

Published Date 2021-04-20
Duration 24 hours 56 minutes
Author Sean Mcmeekin
Narrated Kevin Stillwell
(29 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category History
Parent Category Russia, Military, Europe

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