My Life in Stalin's Russia

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises, Apr 1, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 214 pages
My Life in Stalin's Russia tells the story of one man and his ancestors who lived through the horrifying experience of life in the Soviet Union during a very turbulent era. Though perhaps a secret territory to rest of the world, the Soviet Union was home to author Roman Schmalz, and in this book, he provides a brief collection of memoirs and reflections in hopes of filling in pieces of a huge puzzle in history. He describes everyday life under Soviet rule, and he offers his thoughts on how the world got to that point and where it might be headed.

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