By Panaït Istrati
First released in English in 1931, the writer of this ebook used to be throughly conversant in Russia, either in Tsarist and Bolshevist occasions; he spoke fluent Russian and have become an ardent supporter of the Bolshevist reason. This quantity records how his illusions have been shattered, as observed in the course of the propaganda and perceived that the Soviet method was once, in perform either oppressive and unworkable.
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Russia Unveiled: Volume 8 (RLE: Early Western Responses to Soviet Russia) by Panaït Istrati