Grover Furr

Grover Furr, May 2020

Writer and historian Grover Furr began studying Russian language and literature as a teenager and became interested in Soviet history about a decade later. He has conducted extensive research on the Stalin period of Soviet history, on and off since the 1970s, and intensely for the past two decades. Furr teaches in the English Department at Montclair State University. He has a Ph.D. in Medieval Comparative Literature from Princeton University.

To read his research, as well as interviews in which he explains his research more thoroughly, visit his home page.

Books by Grover Furr

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book cover Blood Lies (2014)
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The Fraud of the Dewey Commission (2018)
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book cover Khrushchev Lied (2011)
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book cover Leon Trotsky’s Collaboration with Germany and Japan (2018)
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book cove The Moscow Trials As Evidence (2018)
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The Murder of Sergei Kirov by Grover Furr (2015)
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book cover The Mystery of the Katyn Massacre by Grover Furr (2019)
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Stalin  Waiting for… the Truth by Grover Furr (2019)
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book cover Trotsky’s “Amalgams” by Grover Furr (2015)
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book cover Yezhov Vs. Stalin by Grover Furr (2018)
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About Grover Furr’s Research

“It is no wonder that his work has already been translated into over a dozen languages. His work is riveting and revolutionary in its assessments. It is up to those who disagree with him to present the same kind of meticulous research.”

– Professor Anthony Gronowicz, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York. Associate Editor, The Journal of Labor and Society

“Grover Furr moves with perfect ease with the Russian language and Russian archives. Without being intimidated by political correctness his research and documentation are precise, patient, meticulous.”

– Professor Domenico Losurdo, University of Urbino, Italy.