Babi Yar: A Document in the Form of a Novel; New, Complete, Uncensored Version

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Macmillan, 1970 - History - 478 pages
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"First published in censored form in Yunost 1966, under the title 'Babi Yar'"--T.p. verso.
 

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Disturbingly real, about the Nazi atrocities and their collaborators complicity in the Ukraine during World War II; as seen through the eyes of a very perceptive young boy, it is a true account and banned by the Soviet government. Read full review

Contents

Ashes
13
The End of Soviet Rule
21
Lootings a Lot of Fun But You Have to Know How
32
A Word from the Author
63
The Kreshchatik
76
The Order
88
Babi Yar
99
A Chapter of Reminiscences
120
Off to Germany
256
A Word From the Author
262
Excessively Clever People are Enemies
274
Potatoes in Flower
280
A Legend and the Truth
289
The System
296
AntiNazi
311
To Kill a Fish
321

A Chapter of Original Documents
149
Burning the Books
157
Go Into Business
166
Kharkov Falls
172
A Beautiful Spacious Blessed Land
186
The KievPechersk Monastery
194
Night
202
Man Lives to Eat
209
Enemies of the People
218
Business Becomes Dangerous
230
Death
237
Hitlers Birthday
249
A Chapter of Original Documents
327
How to Turn a Horse into Sausages
337
Cannibals
347
Escape from Silence
357
The Final Phase 37
370
A Word from the Author
389
War of the Worlds
408
How Many Times Should I Be Shot?
419
A Chapter From the Future
448
La Commedia e Finita
462
Getting Rid of the Ashes
468
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David Floyd is assistant professor in the Bridge Program and the Department of English at Charleston Southern University.

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