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Ginzburg, Evgeniia'

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ISBN 10: 0911971076 ISBN 13: 9780911971071

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Evgeniia' 'Ginzburg

Published by Effect Pub (1985)

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Evgeniia Semenovna Ginzburg; Evgeniia' 'Ginzburg

Published by Possev-USA (1985)

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Ginzburg

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About this Item: Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. No date or publisher found. Hard cover. Usual ex-library features. The interior is clean and tight. Binding is good. Cover shows slight wear. The book has been library hardbound. The text is in Russian. 432 pages. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 116892

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Evgeniia Semenovna Ginzburg, Evgeniia' 'Ginzburg

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Ginzburg, Evgeniia Semenovna, 'Ginzburg,

Published by Possev-USA (1985)

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Ginzburg, Evgeniia Semenovna, 'Ginzburg,

Published by Possev-USA (1985)

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GINZBURG, Evgenia.

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About this Item: 1967. Paperback. 432pp card covers, Posev, Frankfurt 1967. Very good copy. Seller Inventory # HALL506425

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Ginzburg, Evgeniia Semenovna.

Published by Milano, Arnoldo Mondadori. (1967)

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About this Item: Milano, Arnoldo Mondadori., 1967. Sprache: Russian (Russian Edition) 8°. 474 pages. Original Softcover. Second Printing. The block slightly distorted. Very good condition. [Cornwell 320 / Ledkovsky-Rosenthal-Zirin 206] Yevgenia Ginzburg (November 20, 1904 Moscow - May 25, 1977) was a Russian author who served a 18-year sentence in the Gulag. Her given name is often latinized to Eugenia. Her parents were Solomon Natanovich Ginzburg (a Jewish pharmacist) and Revekka Markovna Ginzburg. The family moved to Kazan in 1909. n 1920, she began to study social sciences at Kazan State University, later switching to pedagogy. She worked as a rabfak (worker's faculty) teacher. In April 1934, Ginzburg was officially confirmed as a 'dotsent' (approximately equivalent to an associate professor in western universities), specializing in the history of the Communist Party. Shortly thereafter, on May 25, she was named head of the newly created department of the history of Leninism. However, by the fall of 1935, she was forced to quit the university. She first married a doctor Dmitriy Fedorov, by whom she had a son, Alexei Fedorov, born in 1926. He died in 1941 during the siege of Leningrad. Around 1930, she married Pavel Aksyonov, the mayor of Kazan and a member of the Central Executive Committee (???) of the USSR. Her son by this marriage, Vasily Aksyonov, born in 1932, became a well-known writer. After becoming a Communist Party member, Ginzburg continued her successful career as educator, journalist and administrator. Following the assassination of Sergei Mironovich Kirov on December 1, 1934, Ginzburg, like many communists (see the Great Purge), was accused of participating in a "counter-revolutionary Trotskyist group," this one led by Professor N. N. El'vov and concentrated in the editorial board of the newspaper Krasnaya Tatariia [Red Tataria]. After a long fight to keep her party card, she was expelled from the party (officially, she was excluded on February 8, 1937). Then, on February 15, 1937, she was arrested, accused of engaging in counter-revolutionary activity in El'vov's group and concealing this activity. Because she was a party member throughout this alleged activity, she was also accused of "playing a double game."[4] Perhaps, what is most remarkable about the ordeal Ginzburg was then forced to endure is that she never gave in. From the day of her arrest, and unlike most of those around her, she forcefully denied the NKVD's accusations and never accepted any role in the supposed "counter-revolutionary Trotskyist organization." Her parents were also arrested but released two months later. Her husband was arrested in July, sentenced to 15 years of "corrective labor," and his property was confiscated, under Articles 58-7 and 11 of the RSFSR Penal Code. On August 1, 1937, although Ginzburg still did not recognize her supposed guilt (despite the NKVD's repeated, ruthless interrogations), a closed meeting of the Military College of the Supreme Court of the USSR (in Moscow) sentenced her to 10 years imprisonment with deprivation of political rights for five years and confiscation of all her personal property. The judgement was declared to be final with no possibility of appeal. Ginzburg later wrote, in a letter to the chairman of the Presidium of the USSR's Supreme Soviet, that her entire "trial" took six minutes, including the questioning and reading of the judgement: "My judges were in such a hurry that they did not answer any of my questions and declarations." Interestingly, in one of the most revealing chapters of her autobiography, Ginzburg expressed great relief upon hearing the verdict, because she had feared up to that very moment that she would be condemned to death: "To live! Without property, but what was that to me? Let them confiscate it -- they were brigands anyway, confiscating was their business. They wouldn't get much good out of mine, a few books and clothes -- why, we didn't even have a radio. My husband was a loyal Communist of the old stamp, not the. Seller Inventory # 15295AB

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