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The incredible true story of how Josef Stalin's daughter came to make her new life in Clifton, Bristol. They never ask me who I am, or why I came. Only when I plan on leaving.
Leaving three husbands and the fall of the Soviet Union in her wake, Svetlana Alliluyeva seeks a place to reflect on the horrors of her past and to escape her father's name. After defecting to the United States, she assumes a new name, Lana Peters, before moving on to England. To Bristol. To Clifton. But a new name doesn't give you a new identity. Whether she calls herself Svetlana or Lana, she is still Stalin's daughter.
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