One Who Survived: The Life Story of a Russian Under the Soviets
Place_Pub: New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1945. Second Printing. 23 cm, 337, illus., index, text somewhat darkened, some darkening inside boards & flyleaves, DJ worn & soiled: edge tears/chips. Small pieces missing at top and bottom edges of DJ spine. Introduction by Max Eastman. The author, born a Russian, fought for the priciples of Communism, but eventually became disillusioned with the Communist system. He ultimately escaped to the United States. Condition: fair to good, fair.
Keywords: Russian Revolution, Soviet Union, Red Army, Bolsheviks, Communism, Columbia University, Torture, Diplomats, Leon Kamenev
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