in Order to be able to understand who Vladimir Putin is, you must first know where he came from.

The New York Times Moscow correspondent Steven Lee Meyers has built a broad portrait of the eastern neighbour of the master.

the Book explains how the background stay in strasbourg to block, colourless but the peak always faithful intelligence service of the third series of officers became russia's new tsar.

the Book begins with putin's grandfather who put the food themselves to Stalin and still managed to survive.

putin's childhood home was a 17-square of the joint housing unattractive in the floor of the house.

Judo saved from being bad for you.

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