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A memoir of New York Times foreign correspondent, partially reproducing 5/5. Gregory P. Tschebotarioff, (Febru – ), was a Russian-born civil engineer and prolific author. His memoir Russia, My Native Land recounted his experiences as a boy and young man in Russia, where he served in the military during World War I.
Biography. Tschebotarioff was born in Pavlovsk, Russia, the son of Porphyry Grigorievich Chebotarev (–), an officer. Clearly this book is dated. It was written as an up-to-date view of Russia in the late 50s around when Stalin died.
Salisbury is a keen observer. So if you're looking for an accurate street view of Russia (in the 50s) then it's a good read. This author was a writer for the New York Times and came to specialize in Russia/5(4). Real Russian life as it is - I spent 25 years of my life in Russia. Will give you a American engineer looks at Russia.
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