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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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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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Vladimir Orsag

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Item Description: Vivid Publishing Sep 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 211x146x30 mm. Neuware - 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 420 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781922204950

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Orsag, Vladimir

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Vladimir Orsag

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Item Description: Vivid Publishing Sep 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 211x146x30 mm. Neuware - 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 420 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781922204950

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