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03 February 2020

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Anonymous

"No spoilers please."

Sure. Though, if your a nut for military history or the 20th Century, you've already been spoiled. He lends his name to one of the more famous heavy tanks of WWII. Still as questionable as the M36 "Jackson" Tank Destroyer, M3 "Lee" Medium Tank, or Cruiser A27M "Cromwell".

Ian

Mike, know this is still a ways down the road, but Solzhenitsyn apparently believed that far-right elements in the secret police gave the green-light for Stolypin's assassination: the assassin was an Okhrana double element in the SR. It's never been proven, but given what you've learned about Russian secret police culture, but when we get there, can you shed your thoughts on whether you think this is plausible?

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