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by Stephen Lee Crane

eBook Survivor From an Unknown War epub
  • ISBN: 0788177303
  • Author: Stephen Lee Crane
  • Genre: Biographies
  • Subcategory: Historical
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Diane Books Publishing Company; First Edition edition (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 333 pages
  • ePUB size: 1268 kb
  • FB2 size 1391 kb
  • Formats lrf azw azw mbr


Stephen) Lee Crane lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Survivor from an Unknown War qualifies as an adventure biography along with the best fiction or non-fiction.

Stephen) Lee Crane lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

He starts from the most humble beginnings. He wends himself into amilitary school, then as an officer in the Russian Red Army. They deserted as a unit after perfidy bny his leaders. He had befriended a hungarian family and eventually married one of the three sisters. He made a life with them after the war rather than returning to his homeland. He was exposed,taken by the German government and placed in a Displaced Person (DP)camp. He escaped the DP camp and made it to the . He remarried and formed a machine shop business in Philadephia.

Survivor from an Unknow War really surprised me. I originally wanted it because I find WWII and books about the . I originally wanted it because I find WWII and books about the Holocaust very intriguing. I love to learn about the side bits of history and this book blew me away. If this had been my usual read I imagine I would Survivor from an Unknow War really surprised me.

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A field where a thousand corpses lie. Do not weep, babe, for war is kind. Because your father tumbled in the yellow trenches

Hoarse, booming drums of the regiment, Little souls who thirst for fight, These men were born to drill and die. The unexplained glory flies above them, Great is the battle-god, great, and his kingdom-. A field where a thousand corpses lie. Because your father tumbled in the yellow trenches, Raged at his breast, gulped and died, Do not weep. Swift, blazing flag of the regiment

Quoted in "Survivor From An Unknown War: The Life of Isakjan Narzikul" - Page 3 - by Stephen Lee Crane - 1999. Quoted in "The Soviet Union Since World War II" - Page 4 - by American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philip Edward Mosely - History - 1949.

Quoted in "Survivor From An Unknown War: The Life of Isakjan Narzikul" - Page 3 - by Stephen Lee Crane - 1999. But even now, after the greatest victory known to history we cannot for one minute forget the basic fact that our country remains the one socialist state in the world. The whole history of my life, and in essence the whole history of the working class consists of this: that we have lived and fought under the leadership of Lenin and Stalin. Quoted in "USSR Information Bulletin" - Page 322 - World War, 1939-1945 - 1942.

Episode of War by Stephen Crane is primarily about how soldiers deal with a wounded comrade Stephen Lee Crane has written: 'Survivor from an unknown war' - subject(s): Biography, Soldiers, World.

Episode of War by Stephen Crane is primarily about how soldiers deal with a wounded comrade. The book is a work of fiction and was published in 2009 by HarperCollins. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Stephen Lee Crane written? Stephen Lee Crane has written: 'Survivor from an unknown war' - subject(s): Biography, Soldiers, World War, 1939-1945. Asked in Adjectives and Articles, Stephen Crane.

Stephen Crane (November 1, 1871 – June 5, 1900) was an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. Prolific throughout his short life, he wrote notable works in the Realist tradition as well as early examples of American Naturalism and Impressionism. He is recognized by modern critics as one of the most innovative writers of his generation.

A biography of Isakjan Narzikul, who was born in 1923 in Turkistan, then part of the Uzbek SSR in the USSR. He grew up to participate in a vast struggle of revolution within the greater context of world war, before finally moving to the U.S. He was trained as an officer in the Red Army & sent to protect Soviet Baltic acquisitions from German invasion in 1941. The Nazis threw him into a POW camp, where he joined the unknown war: one to liberate his homeland from the Soviets. Narzikul spent time in Poland, Czechoslovakia, the USSR, Germany & France. Communists hunted him in Eastern Europe after the war; & the CIA recruited him.
Comments: (5)
Pringles
Wms (Jack R. Williams) Review

Survivor from an unknown war (Narzikul Isakjan)
This book is about a Turkistani from Kazakhstani central Russia. He starts from the most humble beginnings. He wends himself into a military school, then as an officer in the Russian Red Army. With only modest combat experience after Germany attacked the USSR, he was captured and placed into a German POW camp. The Nazis then formed a regiment of Central Asian Moslems to fight for Germany, thereby achieving their independence. He became a captain there leading 200 soldiers. They deserted as a unit after perfidy bny his leaders. He had befriended a hungarian family and eventually married one of the three sisters. He made a life with them after the war rather than returning to his homeland. He was exposed,taken by the German government and placed in a Displaced Person (DP)camp. He escaped the DP camp and made it to the U.S. He remarried and formed a machine shop business in Philadephia.

His escape from a German refugee camp explains one of the most appalling events in US history. Stalin negotiated with Roosevelt at the Yalta Conference for all Russian nationals that were DP's to be rounded up and returned to their homelands. For hundreds of thousands or maybe millions, this meant Soviet slave labor, Siberia or death. This was because the Germans took millions for slave labor during the war causing their displacement. Stalin considered Russians in the German army as there by treason. Most of the Stan nations rebelled against the Soviets and their citizens found themselves as German POWs or inductees into the German army. The US had agreed therefore to round up DPs across Europe and return them to the Gulag Archipelago or death. Stalin's laws condemned all to death for treason against the Soviets. The DP's usually would not return voluntarily and revolted against being loaded into trucks by the Americans for delivery to the Red Army. The US soldiers forced them into the trucks and battered many with their gun butts to load them. Many of the DP's slit their throats or wrists in suicide attempts or otherwise tried to change their fate. This went on for some time. In this respect, the US effectively became the Gastapo of the Red Army.

The writer here has done an excellent job. He deals with the physical acts as the 'plot' unfolds. He also deals effectively with the psychological factors driving the life and the story. This is an excellent story that is well told. It is well worth the money. I recommend it.
Brazil
As the story unfolded I came to know and love Isakjan . This was a man who grew up in the most difficult of times, and he survived impossible circumstances while maintaining a great and dignified human nature.
The politics of this book are clear and honest. Isakjan makes political comments that appear to be as open and fair as any I have ever heard. The fact that the author wrote this book from years of conversations with his subject makes this biography even more compelling. The author appears to have done some extensive research to verify the accuracy of this story and the footnotes and extensive bibliography give me confidence in the factual information that is provided.
I thought that I knew about WWII, but this book provides vision for the political events that are being played out today. I think I will read it again, and then send a copy to a friend.
The Sinners from Mitar
I purchased this book for the Soviet and World War II history. It opened my eyes to some of the most complex, important and unknown aspects of that period. I loved reading "Survivor" because the subject, Jay Narzikul, led one of the more interesting lives of our era, replete with staggering world events, love, dirty and clean politics, deceit, adventure, heroes and fools, murder, freedom, and the pursuit of justice. The story unfolds like the best of novels.
Foiuost
What an incredible book! In addition to a moving presentation of a fascinating life, the book opened my eyes to hidden momentous folds in the fabric of history. We have all read history as dictated by the winners and explained by the losers. Mr. Crane shows what those squeezed in the middle have to say.
Uste
Good book.
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