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4 Best Communism Books

Discover a wide range of captivating books on Communism, exploring its history, ideology, and impact on societies. Uncover its complexities today!


Midnight in Chernobyl

by Adam Higginbotham

4.7 (8433 reviews)

What is Midnight in Chernobyl about?

"Midnight in Chernobyl" by Adam Higginbotham is a gripping account of the catastrophic nuclear disaster that occurred in Chernobyl in 1986. Through extensive research and interviews, Higginbotham unveils the untold story behind the event, shedding light on the flawed Soviet system, the heroic efforts of those involved, and the long-lasting consequences of the disaster. This meticulously researched book offers a haunting and comprehensive narrative of one of the world's most devastating nuclear accidents.

Who should read Midnight in Chernobyl

  • History enthusiasts interested in learning about the Chernobyl disaster.

  • Environmentalists concerned about the long-term effects of nuclear accidents.

  • Science and technology enthusiasts curious about the intricacies of nuclear power.


Nothing to Envy

by Barbara Demick

4.7 (6200 reviews)

What is Nothing to Envy about?

"Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea" offers a gripping and eye-opening account of life in one of the world's most secretive and oppressive regimes. Through the personal stories of six North Korean citizens, journalist Barbara Demick unveils the harsh realities of poverty, propaganda, and political control that shape their everyday existence. This powerful narrative sheds light on the resilience and determination of ordinary people living under an authoritarian regime, providing a rare glimpse into a hidden world.

Who should read Nothing to Envy

  • Individuals interested in gaining insight into the lives of ordinary North Koreans.

  • History enthusiasts seeking a deeper understanding of North Korea's society.

  • Those curious about the human stories behind North Korea's political regime.


Red Famine

by Anne Applebaum

4.7 (1573 reviews)

What is Red Famine about?

"Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine" by Anne Applebaum delves into the devastating man-made famine that occurred in Ukraine during the 1930s. Through meticulous research and firsthand accounts, Applebaum exposes Stalin's deliberate policies that led to the deaths of millions of Ukrainians. This gripping narrative sheds light on the political motivations, agricultural collectivization, and the tragic consequences of this forgotten chapter in history, offering a comprehensive understanding of the Ukrainian famine under Soviet rule.

Who should read Red Famine

  • History enthusiasts interested in understanding Stalin's devastating impact on Ukraine.

  • Scholars and researchers studying Soviet history and totalitarian regimes.

  • Individuals seeking to learn about lesser-known atrocities of the 20th century.


The Road to Wigan Pier

by George Orwell

4.5 (3444 reviews)

What is The Road to Wigan Pier about?

"The Road to Wigan Pier" is a powerful and thought-provoking non-fiction book that delves into the harsh realities of working-class life in industrial England during the 1930s. Through vivid descriptions and personal anecdotes, the author exposes the abysmal living conditions, poverty, and social inequality faced by the working class. Orwell's exploration of these issues serves as a call to action, urging society to confront and address the systemic injustices that perpetuate such hardships.

Who should read The Road to Wigan Pier

  • History enthusiasts interested in the working-class struggles of 1930s Britain.

  • Social activists seeking insights into poverty and inequality issues.

  • Fans of George Orwell's literary works and political commentaries.