List Price: $19.95
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 6.38" wide x 9.31" long x 0.94" tall
Gorbachev's recent acknowledgment of Stalin's inhumane policies barely hints at the grand-scale devastation of Soviet life suffered during the first half of this century. A gripping eye-witness account of that period, this book is both a unique chronicle of one of the 20th century's most brutal regimes and the moving personal testament of a remarkable woman. Suzanne Rosenberg's narrative begins in 1921, when she and her mother--a Sorbonne-educated Bolshevik--lived together in one room of a communal Karkav flat. In part to escape famine and in part to promote Communism, her family journeyed to Canada, where, at 15, she lectured electrical workers on the evils of capitalism. After returning More...
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