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Postmarked Moscow (1952)
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    Domestic Diplomat (Review)
    Postmarked Moscow, by Lydia Kirk
    1. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    Commonweal, August 15, 1952, p. 469
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    Enemies & Enigmas (Review)
    Postmarked Moscow, by Lydia Kirk
    1. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    The Saturday Review, July 19, 1952, p. 19
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (5 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    2. Theodora and the Emperor by Harold Lamb
    3. The Struggle for Europe by Chester Wilmot
    4. William Faulkner: A Critical Study by Irving Howe
    5. The Fancy Dress Party by Alberto Moravia
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1952, pp. 82-85
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    Six Angels at My Back, by John Bell Clayton
    1. Six Angels at My Back by John Bell Clayton
    2. The Way to Glory by J.D. Scott
    3. A Matter of Conscience by Werner Bergengruen
    4. The Red Carpet by Dan Wickenden
    5. Journey to the Far Pacific by Thomas E. Dewey
    6. The Natives Are Friendly by John F. Leeming
    7. The Exploration of Space by Arthur C. Clarke
    8. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    The Harpers Monthly, August 1952, pp. 102-106
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Soviet Opposition to Stalin by George Fischer
    2. The Life and Death of Stalin by Louis Fischer
    3. Stalin by Nikolaus Basseches
    4. Russia: Absent and Present by Wladimir Weidle
    5. Mirror to Russia by Marie Noele Kelly
    6. Postmarked Moscow by Lydia Kirk
    7. A World Apart by Gustav Herling
    8. Nightmare by Jean Rounault
    9. Conquest by Terror by Leland Stowe
    10. History of Latvia: An Outline by Arnolds Spekke
    11. Underground: The Story of a People by Joseph Tenenbaum
    12. Economic Planning in Hungary, 1947-9 by Gyorgy Kemeny
    13. The Eagle and the Roots by Louis Adamic
    Foreign Affairs, January 1953, pp. 334-336