Who Killed Stalin?

Interesting series of clips from the BBC Timewatch documentary in which historian Simon Sebag-Montefiore explores the possibilities of foul play surrounding Stalin’s death from a brain haemorrhage in March 1953. Full details were suppressed at the time.

2 thoughts on “Who Killed Stalin?

  1. I saw this in full some years ago when it was broadcast, and it does contain some interesting suppositions about the death of Stalin. Montefiore is a gifted historical writer who has undertaken a great deal of study about this period in politics, and the this shows in his books, as well as in this programme.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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