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William Josephus Robinson • 21 Items / 20 Books, 1 Article
Soviet Russia As I Saw It (1933)
Its Accomplishments, Its Crimes and Stupidities
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    The Russian Imposture (2 Reviews)
    Russia in Transition: A Business Man's Appraisal, by Elisha M. Friedman
    1. Russia in Transition: A Business Man's Appraisal by Elisha M. Friedman
    2. Soviet Russia As I Saw It by William Josephus Robinson
    The American Mercury, February 1933, pp. 253-255
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    Book Notes (6 Reviews)
    The Oxford Companion to English Literature, by Paul Harvey
    1. The Oxford Companion to English Literature by Paul Harvey
    2. The Eleventh Commandment by Francis Neilson
    3. Hold Your Tongue! by Morris. L. Ernst and Alexander Lindey
    4. The Cauldron Boils by Emil Lengyel
    5. Political India, 1832-1932 by John Cumming
    6. Soviet Russia As I Saw It by William Josephus Robinson
    The New Republic, March 8, 1933, pp. 111-112
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. Under Czar and Soviet by John Wynne Hird
    2. British Agent by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
    3. Days with Lenin by Maxim Gorky
    4. With Denikin's Armies by John Ernest Hodgson
    5. Red Russia Arms by John Baker White
    6. Russia in Transition: A Business Man's Appraisal by Elisha M. Friedman
    7. Soviet Russia As I Saw It by William Josephus Robinson
    8. Russian Minds in Fetters by Stanislaw Mackiewicz
    9. Red Economics by Gerhard Dobbert
    10. Agricultural Russia and the Wheat Problem by Vladimir P. Timoshenko
    11. The Incredible Balkans by Konrad Bercovici
    12. Rumania: Its History, Politics and Economics by George Clenton Logio
    Foreign Affairs, April 1933, pp. 536-538