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Soviet writing on the war was carefully censored, and the central archives of the conflict remained closed or were restricted to only the most privileged of officially favoured historians. To give but one example: in the 1960s Marshal Zhukov, Stalin's Deputy Commander in Chief for much of the war, wrote two volumes of memoirs. They were heavily doctored. The first edition took three years to prepare and was shown, briefly, to Leonid Brezhnev, the Soviet leader, for final approval. Zhukov was told to include the fiction that Brezhnev took part in an incident on the southern front.
Even the smallest changes were insisted upon. 1 Zhukov's memoirs finally appeared in a tenth, and full, version in 1990. Other memoirs have been released for the first time or have been freed from the censor's red pencil. 2 Much of the testimony on which it was necessary to rely even ten years ago has turned out to be misleading and distorted, even mendacious. 3 It may never be possible to penetrate entirely this veil of half-truths and distortions, but there is a genuine will in modern Russia to set the record straight.
But to achieve forces capable of protecting the revolution required, he believed, large-scale industrialization, with a commitment to a major defence sector, and a programme of military education to turn workers into professional soldiers with a Communist outlook. 9 The organization was launched in 1924, but the first full call-up was achieved only in 1925 with a comprehensive military service law which laid down the foundation for the remarkable record of military mobilization achieved after 1941.