Report on my husband ePub download
by Josefa Slánská
- ISBN: 0090973208
- ISBN13: 978-0090973200
- ePub: 1467 kb | FB2: 1508 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Hutchinson; First Edition edition (1969)
- Pages: 208
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 343
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Report on my Husband. New York: Atheneum, 1969.
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Slánská, Josefa 1969: 121-125, cited at Lukeš: 7. ^ There is an English translation of a story recounted by Ignác Bilík (which Bilík claimed to have been told in prison by Evžen . Slánská, Josefa (1969).
Rudolf Slánský allegedly discovered that his daughter had been abducted by the wife of a high-ranking Soviet official, and was allegedly too intimidated by the power of such people in the Soviet system to try and retrieve his daughter.
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Possibly Mrs. Slanska's freedom of speech was limited-the book dates from the pre-Dubcek era. In any case, the general reader would need a Western-oriented introduction to understand the background of this Darkness-at-Noon. In any case, the general reader would need a Western-oriented introduction to understand the background of this Darkness-at-Noon memoir. The narrative is in two parts: first, a documentary record, with excerpts from the press (""Throughout the whole land rings the voice of hatred and contempt for this gang of spies and traitors""), the court record (which notes the ""Jewish"" origin of most of the accused), and from the grudging rehabilitations of 1960-3.