Inside a Soviet embassy; by Aleksandr I¸ U¸¡rʹevich Kaznacheev
Experiences of a Russian diplomat in Burma

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The making and subsequent unmaking of a Soviet diplomat is the theme of defector kaznacheev's now-it-can-be-told memoir, which offers, despite heavy irony and sloppy sentiment, a rewarding behind-the-scenes close-up of kremlin machinations...
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Phila. 1962 1st Lippincott. Edited with introduction by Simon Wolin. Fine in VG DJ.
 

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Published January 1, 1962 by Lippincott. 250 pages
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The making and subsequent unmaking of a Soviet diplomat is the theme of defector kaznacheev's now-it-can-be-told memoir, which offers, despite heavy irony and sloppy sentiment, a rewarding behind-the-scenes close-up of kremlin machinations...

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