From the revolution of October 1917 to the collapse of the USSR in 1991, communism came up against, sometimes violently, a major adversary: Christianity. The long confrontation between the communist doctrine and the Christian religion, from the eradication of Orthodoxy in Russia to the political influence of Pope John Paul II, was undoubtedly one of the major events of the twentieth century. Recognized specialist of the USSR and the Vatican, author of a biography of John Paul II (Folio, 2006), Secrets of the Kremlin (Perrin, 2016) and a History of Communism for Dummies (First, 2017) Bernard Lecomte is undoubtedly the best connoisseur of the formidable clash between communism and Christianity.
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