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The Victims Return

Author : Stephen F. Cohen
ISBN : 9781780761374
Genre : History
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Stalin’s Reign of terror in the Soviet Union has been called “the other holocaust.” During the Stalin years, it is thought that more innocent men, women, and children perished than in Hitler’s destruction of the European Jews. Many millions died in Stalin’s Gulag of torture prisons and forced labor camps, yet others survived and were freed after his death in 1953. This book is the story of the survivors. Long kept secret by Soviet repression and censorship, it is now told by renowned author and historian Stephen F. Cohen, who came to know many former Gulag inmates during his frequent trips to Moscow over a period of 30 years. Based on first-hand interviews with the victims themselves and on newly available materials, Cohen provides a powerful narrative of the survivors’ post-Gulag saga, from their liberation and return to Soviet society, to their long struggle to salvage what remained of their shattered lives and to obtain justice; showing that the struggle between anti-Stalinists and Stalinists is still under way in Russia today.
Category: History

Envoy To Moscow

Author : Aryeh Levin
ISBN : 9781135241223
Genre : History
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The personal memoir of Aryeh Levin, Israel's first Ambassador to Russia since the severance of relations between the two countries in 1967. Aryeh Levin's four-year tenure as Ambassador to Moscow coincided with great upheavals in the life and times of both Israel and Russia. He was witness to the momentous events that led to the collapse of the Soviet empire and was instrumental in facilitating the immigration of almost half a million Jews to Israel.
Category: History

Narrative Of A Journey From Heraut To Khiva Moscow And St Petersburgh During The Late Russian Invasion Of Khiva

Author : James Abbott
ISBN : 9781108053969
Genre : History
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First published in 1843, this two-volume travelogue recounts British officer James Abbott's diplomatic mission through Central Asia and Russia, undertaken in 1839 to ensure British influence in the region. In Volume 2, Abbott chronicles his journey to St Petersburg via Moscow and recounts his general impressions of Russia.
Category: History

The Moscow Art Theatre Letters

Author : Jean Benedetti
ISBN : 9781135861490
Genre : Performing Arts
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Moscow Art Theatre Letters tells the real story of the Moscow Art Theatre, from its origin at the turn of the century through its first forty years. Jean Benedetti presents the historical record first-hand in this collection of the letters of the main protagonists. Many are available in English for the first time--all will come as a revelation to Western readers.
Category: Performing Arts

Moscow Memoirs

Author : Emma Gerstein
ISBN : 9781448104635
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the early 1960s Anna Akhmatova encouraged Emma Gerstein to record her own memories of the renowned Russian poet, Osip Mandelstam. But Gerstein's vivid and uncompromising account was not at all what she had expected. When first published in Moscow in 1998 Gerstein's memoirs provoked responses from condemnation to rapturous praise amongst Russian readers. A shrewd observer, a close member of the Mandelstam and Akhmatova family circles, and a serious literary specialist in her own right, Gerstein is uniquely qualified to remove both poets from their pedestals without diminishing them, or their work, and to bring back to life the Soviet 1930s. Part biography, part autobiography, this book radically alters our view of Russia's two greatest 20th century poets, providing memorable glimpses of numerous other figures from that partly forgotten and misunderstood world, and offers several unforgettable vignettes of Boris Pasternak. Gerstein's integrity and perceptive comment make her account compulsively readable and enables us to re-examine that extraordinary epoch.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Ho Chi Minh

Author : Sophie Quinn-Judge
ISBN : 1850656584
Genre : Presidents
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This biography focuses on Ho's early political career, from his emergence at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, to his organisation of the Viet Minh United Front at the start of the Second World War. Using previously untapped sources from Comintern and French intelligence archives, Sophie Quinn-Judge examines Ho's life in the light of two interconnecting themes - the origins and institutional development of the Indochinese Communist Party (ICP) and the impact on early Vietnamese communism of political developments in China and the Soviet Union.
Category: Presidents

Life In Moscow Communism And Now

Author : Axel Delwig
ISBN : 9781620501177
Genre : Moscow (Russia)
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The book has been recommended for student studying Slavonic subjects at Durham University, United Kingdom. The book is very informative, and it will appeal to a broad audience of readers, including students studying English, as there a great deal of uncertainty and historically a great interest to Russia in various countries (especially in the view of upcoming Presidential elections in March 2012), as to what was and still going on in Russia, as to what to expect of this country and its strange and counterintuitive regime. The book provides first-hand information about Russia.
Category: Moscow (Russia)

Moscow Tales

Author : Helen Constantine
ISBN : 9780191508387
Genre : Literary Collections
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Presenting stories which represent each layer of the city of Moscow, from the centre of power to the outer rings of desolate estates and tumbledown shacks, this fascinating collection offers a lively and varied portrait in fiction of Russia's mysterious capital city. The collection includes works by Russian authors ranging from Anton Chekhov and Yuri Koval to Larisa Miller and Marina Boroditskaia, collating nineteeth- and twentieth-century tales, as well those written by contemporary authors. The stories are intriguingly varied —an account of life in the city's infamous high security prison, a tale of a lady with a supernatural gift for repairing household devices, the story of another pitiful lost dog who nearly joins the Moscow Circus — and together they shed light on the changing nature of Moscow society across the centuries. The next instalment in a series of successful translated anthologies of stories set in and around a particular European City. Moscow Tales combines two genres, travel writing and literary fiction and provides an insight into the lives of those who live in Moscow or have written about it.
Category: Literary Collections