Books tagged: communist dictatorship

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Zsákpapírok
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 83,090. Language: English. Published: January 10, 2012 by S.Back agency for hungarian literature. Category: Fiction » Historical » General
Mi rejlik vajon e furcsa cim mögött? Mit irt Gosztonyi János zsákpapirokra? Regényt, memoárt, naplót, netán abszurd történetet? Igen, mindezt együtt egy 20.századi ember életútját kamaszkorától a nyugdijig, illetve1939-töl a nyolcvanas évekig.
Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism - including full original text by Lenin
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 37,930. Language: English. Published: January 20, 2012 by Bretwalda Books. Category: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Communism and socialism
Lenin's Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism" was published in the summer of 1917. Although one of Lenin's shorter works, it is widely recognised as being one of his most immediately influential. The introduction by historian Rupert Matthews sets the book in its historic setting and explains why it was such a profoundly influential work when it first came out.
Letters From A Student In Communist Poland
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Price: $3.75 USD. Words: 2,150. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Language Instruction » Polish
The mid-1980s was shortly before freedom arrived in the USSR and its European satellites. In 1984/85 I corresponded with a Polish student from Nysa, who studied in Katowice. My friend, Miroslawa, struggled with a lack of freedoms. She could not travel to the U.K., as she desired. Before Polish independence, "Mirka" filled her life with music and various items that she bought on the black market.
The Cooing of the Pigeons
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Pre-release—available September 20, 2014. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 45,970. Language: English. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » People of color
This true story gives a detailed description of the sentencing of four ‘terrorists’ by an East German kangaroo court. It also offers insight into Bautzen II and the psyche of a young man who was sentenced to life in prison at the age of twenty.