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In exile from St Petersburg : the life and times of Abram Saulovich Kagan, book publisher, as told by his son Anatol Kagan
In exile from St Petersburg : the life and times of Abram Saulovich Kagan, book publisher, as told by his son Anatol Kagan
Kagan, Anatol2017
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With a passport stamped 'never to return', St Petersburg intellectual and publisher Abram Kagan was expelled by Lenin in 1922, ending up in Berlin, where his young son Anatol would read the proofs of Leon Trotsky's History of the Russian Revolution. But these were dangerous times for people of Jewish origins and soviet passports, witnessing and opposing the Nazis coming to power.
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Beaumaris LibraryBiography070.5 KAGAvailable
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