I SAW THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE by Ela Winter

I SAW THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The emphasis on the problems of Russian women and children under war conditions and their aftermath may interest older girls in this account of an informed observer in war-ravaged Russia. The work of the women as laborers, fighters, guerrillas, fliers, organisers and citizens; the social problems such as the marriage and divorce decrees the problems of war orphans, of food, of black markets -- all backgrounds for Russia's courage and sacrifice.

Pub Date: Nov. 19th, 1945
ISBN: 054844868X
Publisher: Little, Brown