5 edition of Memoirs of a Soviet diplomat found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1938 ed. published by L. Dickson, London.
|Statement||Translated by Gerard Hopkins.|
|LC Classifications||DK268.B3 A4 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 360 p.|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||73003736|
Books review by Elisabeth Hellenbroich. Reading the memoirs of Russian diplomat 1 Jewgeni Alexejewitsch Schmagin who spent almost half a century in Germany, serving as Cultural Attaché in Berlin, Embassy Secretary in Bonn - as well as in Vienna - then as Ambassador in Kyrgyzstan and from as Consul General in Bonn, is fascinating. Buy Living the Cold War: Memoirs of a British Diplomat Reprint by Sir Christopher Mallaby (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(16).
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George F. Kennan: The Heart of a Diplomat by George Kateb Early in his sad, haunting memoirs, 1 he comments on a note he wrote to Loy Henderson in June , in which he urged that the United States not follow Churchill’s lead in “extending moral support” to . Poole's memoirs are a firsthand record of historical events in revolutionary Russia, including the US-Soviet relationship. The book about Lee lets us participate in the trials and tribulations that the age of extremes had in store for partisans of the Bolsheviks.
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In this respect, he is quite unremarkable as per the official Soviet doctrine of the day. For a book of so-called "memoirs," you'd think the old Stalinist twirp might've wanted to commemorate something slightly cerebral about himself and his accomplishments, but, alas, it wasn't to be.
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He published his first book on Stalin's Terror, Memoirs of a Soviet Diplomat, in  After the assassinations and questionable accidental deaths of several exiled Soviet citizens in Western Europe, including Trotsky's own son, Lev Sedov, he and an unidentified person left Europe for the United States in Born: Alexander Barmine, 16 August.
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takes him into perhaps the trickiest waters of contemporary Soviet historiography, the years of the Nazi-Soviet pact, of the German attack on the Soviet Union and of Stalin's direction of Soviet war-time strategy.
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