Heisler/Hutton also asserted in that book, that Stalin's family name: ჯუღაშვილი (Jughashvili, often spelt Dzhugashvili and Djughashvili) means "Son of a Jew". I have examined this claim in great detail here, and it's probably the most heavily researched article I've yet published on this blog, and there's no point re-hashing here what I previously wrote. Therefore in this far shorter article, I'll just lay out the new angle to the Stalin's real name means "Son of a Jew" that I've discovered.
Extract from: An Ethnohistorical Dictionary of the Russian and Soviet Empires
Central Asian/Bukharan Jewry
Geographically, the area under discussion lies between the Amu-Darya and Syr-Darya rivers and is bounded by Russia, Afghanistan, and India. Once part of the Persian and Bactrian Empires, it became Muslim in the eighth century and remained so after the Mongol conquest in the thirteenth. The Russian Empire took it over in the second half of the nineteenth century and called it Russian Turkestan. In the Soviet period, it became the Bukhara Oblast of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR), though the Turkmen and Tajik republics absorbed part of what had formerly been extended Bukhara.
The terms "Bukharan" and Central Asain Jews" are roughly synonymous. The term Bukharan Jews, however, was given to these Jews later by the Ashkenazim; central Asian Jews referred to themselves as Hebrews, Jews, or Sons of Israel. The local Muslims referred to them as Dzhugar, a term of contempt.