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New Left Review I/225, September-October 1997

Robert Conquest

Stalin’s Victims: A Reply to R.W. Davies


Professor Davies asks me to withdraw estimates of the casualties under Stalinism which I advanced over a quarter of a century ago. [1] See R.W. Davies’s reply to my comment on his article, ‘Forced Labour Under Stalin: The Archive Revelations’ (nlr 214) in nlr 219, pp. 143–4. I am happy to do so—having done so already on several occasions; but I must also reply to his own re-misstating of those estimates.

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