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Leave your tears in Moscow,
Format:
Book
Title:
Leave your tears in Moscow,
Edition:
[1st ed.].
Publication Information:
Philadelphia, Lippincott [1961]
Physical Description:
222 pages illustrations 21 cm
General Note:
Autobiographical.
Contents:
Good-bye to John -- The Germans come -- The Red Army returns -- Deportation -- Novostroika -- the forest village -- The journey to Irkutsk -- The Irkutsk jurta -- The arrest -- The trial -- The transient prison -- Camp No. 104 -- Camp Userda -- The slow road to freedom -- I am free -- Back to Lithuania with Johnny -- I settle down -- The Khrushchev promise -- Release and reunion.
Summary:
Author's experiences from 1940 to 1960, from her detention in her native Lithuania as her American husband left for America, until her release through a special appeal to Mr. Khrushchev.
Subject(s):
Political crimes and offenses -- Soviet Union.

Forced labor -- Soviet Union.
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