Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days of the Soviet Empire

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Vintage Books, 1994 - History - 588 pages
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In the tradition of John Reed's classic Ten Days That Shook the World, this bestselling account of the collapse of the Soviet Union combines the global vision of the best historical scholarship with the immediacy of eyewitness journalism. "A moving illumination . . . Remnick is the witness for us all." —Wall Street Journal.

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A very impressive account of the last few years of the Soviet Union – drawing on an enormous amount of reports but properly compiled into a book form, the cracks only show occasionally. Above all ... Read full review

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"Nina Aleksandrovna seemed like a logical conservative in her arguments until she "somehow slid into the subject of Jews." Once here she sounded eerily similar to older members of the American ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

David Remnick was a reporter for The Washington Post
for ten years, including four in Moscow. He joined The
New Yorker as a writer in 1992 and has been the magazine's
editor since 1998. Mr. Remnick served as an Olympic Correspondent
and Commentator for NBC during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

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