McKinleyville, California : John Daniel and Company, 2017.
Book — 231 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
"My Dear People is made up of three different alternating ingredients, each by a different author: a historical account of surrounding military events by Christopher McManus, Constance Crawford's commentary on her father's letters, and the letters themselves by Ned Crawford. These writings are interwoven chronologically here to make Private Ned Crawford's story comprehensible, entertaining, and moving. The letters Ned wrote to his best friend while serving as a soldier in World War I offer an intimate, quirky, and intelligent account of what it was like for a thirty-one-year-old man who abhorred war and any official interference with individual freedom to submit to a wartime draft and to perform his part in the enormous human drama that was the American Expeditionary Force."--Provided by publisher.
[1. ed.] - Madrid : Ediciones y Publicaciones Españolas, 
Book — 250 p. ; 23 cm.
El pueblo y su procurador.--El procurador recibe memoriales.--El procurador afronta problemas económicos.--El procurador afronta problemas políticos y espirituales.--El procurador abre un solitario debate internacional.--El procurador va y viene.--Epílogo con un adios!
Book — xiii, 162 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
"Scurrilous provocation": the Katyn massacre
The four faces of Stalin
Marginals and former people
The great terror: directive 00447
A tale of two sons: Yakov and Vasilii Dzhugashvili (Stalin)
Relatives and falsifying death certificates
The ship of philosophers
Who is the prisoner here?
Reasoning with Stalin on zero tolerance
Bolshevik discourse: before and after
"Arbeit macht frei" Soviet style
Vladimir Moroz: Stalin's orphans.
An enlightening look into the once-secret Soviet state and party archives that Western scholars first gained access to in the early 1990s. Paul Gregory breaks down a decades-old wall of secrecy to reveal intriguing new information on such subjects as Stalin's Great Terror, the day-to-day life of Gulag guards, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the scientific study of Lenin's brain, and other fascinating tales. (source: Nielsen Book Data)