Putin's Progress


Putin's Progress

Infobox Book
name = Putin's Progress


author = Peter Truscott
country = United States
language = English
subject =
genre = Biography
publisher = Simon & Schuster
media type = Print (Hardback)
release_date = January 3, 2004
pages= 370
isbn = 0743240057

"Putin's Progress" is a biography written by Peter Truscott about former Russian president, Vladimir Putin's rise to power. The book was published in January 2004 by New York based publishers Simon & Schuster [ [http://www.studentbookworld.com/books/index.php/PUTIN'S_PROGRESS_by_Truscott,_Peter_ISBN_0743240057 PUTIN'S PROGRESS by Truscott, Peter ISBN 0743240057 - Student Book World ] ] .The books main points are about Putins childhood, education, involvement with the KGB/FSB, rise to power, and the first few years of his ruling.

External links

* [http://www.studentbookworld.com/books/index.php/PUTIN'S_PROGRESS_by_Truscott,_Peter_ISBN_0743240057 Studentbookworld.com]

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