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Фактически альбом с фотографиями. Из названия в принципе тематика понятна битва за Сталинград.
Обычно пишется, что текст сопровождается фотографиями, тут наоборот, скорее фотографии сопровождаются текстом. Хорошие фотографии и замечательные цветные вклейки (4 шт. художник: Ronald Volstad). Жаль, что на английском :)

Мои эсперименты с djvu, не привели к удовлетворяющим результатам. Исходя из этого не переводил в оный формат, экономия в 8-10 мегабайт критической мне не кажется (при фото), а вот на цветных изображениях, цвета искажаются изрядно (попробовал в различных качествах сохранять). Делать одельно страницы с цветом, с серым и чёрно белые смысла особого также не нашёл. Если у кого то руки примее или софт поудачней, буду только рад.
Тем кто сидит на модеме конечно не с руки такие размеры, но тут уж ничего не поделать. Если меня интересовала информация, то в недалёком прошлом на модеме выкачивал около two hundred мегабайт за ночь :)

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Norton, 1999; all references are to the French edition]. See also Ian Kershaw,“L’Introuvable Totalitarisme,” interview with Jean Hurtin, in “Hannah Arendt” issue, Le Magazine littéraire, no. 337, November 1995, pp. 61–63; idem, “Retour sur le totalitarisme: Le Nazisme et stalinisme dans une perspective comparative,” Esprit, January–February 1996,pp. 101–121;and idem,“Nazisme et stalinisme:Limites d’une comparaison,” Le Débat, no. 89, March–April 1996, pp. 177–189. 33. Claude Lefort, La Complication: Retour sur le communisme, Paris, Fayard, 1999, p.

Ian Kershaw and Moshe Lewin,“Introduction:The regimes and their dictators: perspectives of comparison,” in Kershaw and Lewin, op. , p. 8. 26. An important literature exists on the history of this concept. Among the most penetrating or most recent analyses, see Pierre Ayçoberry, La Question nazie. , 1938–1948. Les anneés de tourmente: De Munich à Prague. Dictionnaire critique, Paris, Flammarion, 1995, pp. 1073–1082 (a text that must be read along with Pomian’s article of the same title in Vingtième Siècle); and Michelle-Irène Brudny, “Le totalitarisme: Histoire du terme et statut de concept,” in “La question du totalitarisme” issue, Communisme, nos.

Problèmes et perspectives d’interprétation, Paris, Gallimard, 1992 and 1997 (in Folio/Histoire series), and Hitler, 1889–1936, vol. 1, Paris, Flammarion, 1999, p. 1000 [for the English edition, see Hitler, 1889–1936: Hubris, New York,W. W. Norton, 1999; all references are to the French edition]. See also Ian Kershaw,“L’Introuvable Totalitarisme,” interview with Jean Hurtin, in “Hannah Arendt” issue, Le Magazine littéraire, no. 337, November 1995, pp. 61–63; idem, “Retour sur le totalitarisme: Le Nazisme et stalinisme dans une perspective comparative,” Esprit, January–February 1996,pp.

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