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Read more about Stalin’s War: A Radical New Theory Of The Origins Of The Second World War and other books by Ernst Topitsch. Topitsch, Ernst (). Also known as: Tópitchu (); Libraries Australia: http ://; NLA Persistent Identifier. Book Review. Stalin’s War: A Radical New Theory of the Origins of the Second World War. by Ernst Topitsch. Translated by A. and B.E. Taylor. New York: St.

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Topitsch, Ernst (1919-)

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