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Vladimir Orsag

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Item Description: Vivid Publishing, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 208 x 148 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Vladimir Orsag is the author of this modern historical novel, based on a factual error instigated by a former British intelligence officer, S.0.E. in Zagreb where the author was born. The author is the recipient of many literary awards in poetry and prose. . should be compulsory reading for those who need to grasp more fully the meaning of the disruption of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the impact of totalitarianism and the world wars and resulting contribution of Central Europeans to multicultural America and Australia. - Dr. John Eddy, SJ., BA., ANU USA . it is evident that it adheres to the real story of tragedy, which was created by Tito, lived through and endured by countless Yugoslavians. - Dame Elisabeth Murdoch As I grew up in Hitler s Germany, until able to find refuge elsewhere, I am well aware of the pervading atmosphere of suspicion and intolerance which author evokes so skilfully in his novel. - Professor Ralph Elliott AM, ANU . l do hope it goes on to reach a wider audience. The crisis in the Balkans continue and it is so important we keep abreast. - The Hon. Tony Benn, MP, House of Commons . your theory, which is much more than theory in my opinion. - Chapman Pincher, the author of Their Trade is Treachery. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781922204950

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Vladimir Orsag

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Item Description: Vivid Publishing. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 420 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.8in. x 1.2in.Vladimir Orsag is the author of this modern historical novel, based on a factual error instigated by a former British intelligence officer, S. 0. E. in Zagreb where the author was born. The author is the recipient of many literary awards in poetry and prose. . . . should be compulsory reading for those who need to grasp more fully the meaning of the disruption of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the impact of totalitarianism and the world wars and resulting contribution of Central Europeans to multicultural America and Australia. - Dr. John Eddy, SJ. , BA. , ANU and USA . . . it is evident that it adheres to the real story of tragedy, which was created by Tito, lived through and endured by countless Yugoslavians. - Dame Elisabeth Murdoch As I grew up in Hitlers Germany, until able to find refuge elsewhere, I am well aware of the pervading atmosphere of suspicion and intolerance which author evokes so skilfully in his novel. - Professor Ralph Elliott AM, ANU . . . l do hope it goes on to reach a wider audience. The crisis in the Balkans continue and it is so important we keep abreast. - The Hon. Tony Benn, MP, House of Commons . . . your theory, which is much more than theory in my opinion. - Chapman Pincher, the author of Their Trade is Treachery This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781922204950

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Orsag, Vladimir

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Orsag, Vladimir

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Vladimir Orsag

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Item Description: Vivid Publishing, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 208 x 148 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Vladimir Orsag is the author of this modern historical novel, based on a factual error instigated by a former British intelligence officer, S.0.E. in Zagreb where the author was born. The author is the recipient of many literary awards in poetry and prose. . should be compulsory reading for those who need to grasp more fully the meaning of the disruption of the Austro-Hungarian empire, the impact of totalitarianism and the world wars and resulting contribution of Central Europeans to multicultural America and Australia. - Dr. John Eddy, SJ., BA., ANU USA . it is evident that it adheres to the real story of tragedy, which was created by Tito, lived through and endured by countless Yugoslavians. - Dame Elisabeth Murdoch As I grew up in Hitler s Germany, until able to find refuge elsewhere, I am well aware of the pervading atmosphere of suspicion and intolerance which author evokes so skilfully in his novel. - Professor Ralph Elliott AM, ANU . l do hope it goes on to reach a wider audience. The crisis in the Balkans continue and it is so important we keep abreast. - The Hon. Tony Benn, MP, House of Commons . your theory, which is much more than theory in my opinion. - Chapman Pincher, the author of Their Trade is Treachery. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9781922204950

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Orsag, Vladimir

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Item Description: Ginninderra Press, Charnwood, ACT, Australia, 2002. Paper Back. Book Condition: Very Good. The cover and edges of the book have minor shelf wear. 328 pages. Size: Size E: 8"-9" Tall (203-228mm). Bookseller Inventory # 87702

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: Collectible; Very Good. Same day dispatch. SIGNED COPY. Very interesting copy of this book in very good condition. On the flyleaf there is a hand written dedication from the author to the well known writer Michael Krupa. ' To Michael, author of The Shallow Graves Of Siberia. Once you read my story you should be able to gather why I had so much trouble to publish it in England, your adopted homeland. Vladimir Orsag -26/6/02 '. Taking you into the dangerous cloak and dagger world of international conflict, espionage and assassination, The Balkans Conspiracy draws the veil from the mysterious background of Josip Broz - Marshal Tito - and explores how, he reversed the balance of power in the Balkans. Bookseller Inventory # 20-67IX-FS3G

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