Обложка Davies J.E. Mission to Moscow: A Record of Confidential Dispatches to the State Department, Official and Personal Correspondence, Current Diary and Journal Entries, Including Notes and Comment up to October, 1941
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MISSION TO MOSCOW:
A Record of Confidential Dispatches to the State Department, Official and Personal Correspondence, Current Diary and Journal Entries, Including Notes and Comment up to October, 1941

Mission to Moscow: A Record of Confidential Dispatches to the State Department, Official and Personal Correspondence, Current Diary and Journal Entries, Including Notes and Comment up to October, 1941
1941. 684 с. Second-hand book. It looks as new, but the effect of the years is evident. The general state is rated 9 (out of 10): Text: 9+; Cover: 9; Dust cover: 8+.
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Аннотация

This book tells the inside story of Russia from the treason trials to the Nazi-Soviet war. Joseph E. Davies was appointed American Ambassador to the USSR on November 16, 1936, and left for his post shortly thereafter. He arrived to find the treason trial of Karl Radek approaching its climax. He remained in Moscow until the eve of the Czechoslovak crisis. Mr. Davies' departure from Moscow did not end his activities in the field of Russian-American... (Подробнее)