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One who survived, the life story of a Russian under the soviets,

Author: Alexandre Barmine
Publisher: New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons [1945]
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Barmine, Alexandre.
One who survived.
New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons [1945]
(OCoLC)577328059
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Barmine
OCLC Number: 406411
Description: xiv, 337 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 23 cm
Contents: At my post in Greece --
The trap --
In hiding --
Childhood --
War and Revolution --
Invasions --
Wanderings --
Civil war --
Red cadets --
Lessons under fire --
We did not take Warsaw --
The war college of the red star --
The college in time of crisis --
The Bolshevik mission to the feudal orient --
From the Afghan frontier to the Café de Pegasse --
The beginnings of Soviet diplomacy --
Mutterings before the storm --
Born into sorrow --
At grips with diplomatic problems --
Persia will not be a republic --
Teheran-Athens-Rome-Berlin-Moscow --
The struggle against Trotskyism and foreign stationery --
The triumph of the "party unity" --
Paris, the great plan, and the battle for gold --
In the bourgeois encirclement --
Milan-London-Brussels --
Realities under the five-year plan --
Bureaucratic degeneration --
Old friends meet --
Trials of an arms exporter --
The birth of parachute troops --
An automobile executive in the meshes of bureaucracy --
"Life has become more joyful, comrades" --
Stalin as I knew him --
The one precious life --
A diplomat's paradise --
Living through the first Moscow trial --
My last trip to Russia --
The fats flourish under a dictator --
The socialist dream ends in firing squads.
Responsibility: by Alexander Barmine, with an introduction by Max Eastman.

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