Valentin Berezhkov was assistant to The Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov between 1940 and 1945. He was first secretary to the Soviet Embassy in Berlin between 1940 and the outbreak of war between the two countries and he was the personal interpreter for Joseph Stalin between 1941 and 1945. He is the author of eleven books with circulation of over two million copies. In Cannibal from Gori, his last book, Berezhkov stuns his readers with a candid look in the private and personal life of one of the history's greater leaders, Joseph Stalin and by unravelling an unknown and most thrilling plot in modern history.
Cannibal from Gori: Stalin's Holocaust
This is a first-hand account of an, until now, unknown plot, conceived and set in motion by the Soviet Leader, Joseph Stalin, himself. As WWII was moving to Axis defeat, a strategic alliance between Stalin and the Soviet Jewish community offered the possibility of attracting massive international in...