Memoirs

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Macmillan, 1974 - Cardinals - 341 pages
In my memoirs I want to show the reality as it was. This is the first time I am speaking after decades of silence. The reader is entitled to ask whether I am telling everything. My answer is: I mean to tell everything and shall preserve silence only when it is required by decency ... I am publishing all this only so that the world may see what fate communism has in store for mankind.

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Contents

TWO WORLD WARS
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Schooling 2 My First Assignment 3 My First Imprisonment 4
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The Liberators 23 Homecoming 25 The Episcopal Conference May 1945
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