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  • Author:
    Michel Solomon
  • ISBN:
    0877690855
  • ISBN13:
    978-0877690856
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  • Publisher:
    [Auerbach Publishers (1971)
  • Pages:
    243 pages
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  • FB2 format
    1656 kb
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    1439 kb
  • DJVU format
    1449 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    758
  • Formats:
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Stated First Printing. 243 Pgs. No reader marks found. Deep gray boards with title in silver on spine. DJ good with only light shelf/edge wear. Little soiling to back DJ. Map end pages. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books and media, ship within 48 hours, and offer a 100% money back guarantee.

Michael Solomon was a journalist living in Bucharest when World War II began. He fled to Palestine and in 1943 joined the British Army. He returned to Romania in 1948 and was arrested as an enemy of the Soviet state. He spent most of his time in the Gulag system imprisoned in Kolyma. After his release in 1956, he was imprisoned in Romania for an additional nine years. After his release, Solomon an Michael Solomon was a journalist living in Bucharest when World War II began.

About Michel Solomon: Michael Solomon was a journalist living in Bucharest when World War II began. After his release, Solomon and his wife immigrated to Canada where he worked as a writer. Alternate spellings of his name: Solomon, Michael Solomon, Mihail. Michel Solomon’s books.

Michael Solomon undergoes 17 years of imprisonment in Communist Romania and Russia, including 8 years at the dreaded Kolyma penal labor camps of Siberia, yet he lives to tell the tale.

Stated First Printing. Michael Solomon undergoes 17 years of imprisonment in Communist Romania and Russia, including 8 years at the dreaded Kolyma penal labor camps of Siberia, yet he lives to tell the tale. And what a tale it is: the brutal truth of the Soviet Union being the world's largest concentration camp while it existed from 1917-1991.

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By Eugenia Wasilewska. Foreword by New York: John Day, 1971. Find out more about the Kindle Personal Document Service. Foreword by Arthur Cook. Princeton, New York, Philadelphia, London: Auerbach Publishers, 1971. By Eugenia Wasilewska.

Published by Princeton,NJ Vertex 1971. The Austin Book Shop, established in 1954, specializes in old, rare and out-of-print books. From Austin Book Shop (Richmond Hill, NY, . Our collection of out-of-print Baseball books is one of the largest in the US. Our store is located at 104-29 Jamaica Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY. (Queens, New York City) Nearest subway stop is the J train 104th Street station.

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1971 Hard Cover. Auerbach Publisher. Stated First Printing. 243 Pgs. No reader marks found. Binding tight. Deep gray boards with title in silver on spine. DJ good with only light shelf/edge wear. Little soiling to back DJ. Map end pages. Author retells his story of eight years imprisonment in Siberian camps.

Keel
scary book on what 'government' can do to its citizens
Dibei
This book is an old one, but the message is timeless. The author overcomes the best years of his life in Soviet concentration camp in Siberia. You will not believe what he went through. You know he survives, otherwise you might be afraid to read the rest of it. How in the world did he ever survive. It must have been divine intervention so that he could write his story about overcoming obstacles and clinging to hope. I put in on my keeper shelf; it's that special.
Kupidon
Just finished this book. It was a very compelling read. It is a survival story of epic proportions. Also to it's credit, Solomon, the author, is a great story teller and fills this book with many antidotal tales. It was such a good read, I can't wait to pass it on!
Hulore
Let me quote J.R. Nyquist -WorldNetDaily contributing editor and author of "Origins of the Fourth World War":
"On my desk I have an old copy of Michael Solomon's memoir, "Magadan." He was sentenced to 25 years hard labor in the Russian Gulag. His book should be required reading for all American school children. Why should it be required? Because the barbarism inflicted on Solomon could be unleashed on America. In fact, we have allowed totalitarians to sneak into our universities, to penetrate our government and insinuate their prejudices into our media. Our people need to be told the truth. They need to see the danger before it engulfs them. Once totalitarianism takes hold there is no cure. It is a disease that corrupts its victims so that no turning back is possible." (J.R. Nyquist, Nov. 4, 1999, WorldNetDaily.com [...]
komandante
Michael Solomon undergoes 17 years of imprisonment in Communist Romania and Russia, including 8 years at the dreaded Kolyma penal labor camps of Siberia, yet he lives to tell the tale. And what a tale it is: the brutal truth of the Soviet Union being the world's largest concentration camp while it existed from 1917-1991. As survivor stories go, they don't come any better than this.