Stalin's Children

Stalin's Children

Three Generations of Love, War, and Survival

Book - 2008
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Traces the author's investigation into his own family history, during which he discovered how his grandparents were arrested and executed by the KGB, his mother and aunt were separated and later reunited, and his parents were deported from Russia.
Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., 2008
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780802717146
Characteristics: 308 p. : ill ; 22 cm

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tedrich2921
Jul 28, 2009

This well written book is about the author's parents and grandparents and their Russian roots. It's a great window into life in the Soviet Union during the various Communist regimes. The stories come alive because the book is about real people and what life was like for them. It also connects on a very personal level. A thoroughly enjoyable book and a very painless history lesson!

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