Her memoirs cover the pre WWII period of the 1930's in her birth country, Bulgaria and her growing up in the German and Russian cultures of her parents and that of Bulgaria. the uprooting of her family because of WWII and subsequent events tells of the increasing horrors and dislocations not only of her family but that of countless others. qThe author successfully captures the sharp contrast between her childhood bliss before the war and the horrors of life in German-occupied Europe... an insightful firsthand account of European life in the 1930's and 40's, filled with lessons applicable to the present day.q - Kirkus ReviewIf you dona#39;t know the history of Socialisma#39;s march and the devastation it has brought about and still brings about, you need ... Robert Kaplan quotes the misguided Australian Socialist journalist Wilfred Burchett as saying to his wife, a. . . we mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||Memoirs of a Stateless Person|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2013-01|