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The Tempering of Russia
The Tempering of Russia
By Ilya Ehrenburg
Knopf, 1944, 356 pp
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Soviet Russia's most noted contemporary journalist has culled for American readers some of the more colorful passages in which he described the Nazi invasion of his homeland. His prose is fiery, his hate for the Germans is intense, and his love for Russia and her people is boundless.