My Ringside Seat in Moscow

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My Ringside Seat in Moscow

By Nicholas Nyaradi
Crowell, 1952
307 pp. $3.75

Of books about Soviet Russia and the Iron Curtain by political exiles, these recollections by the former Hungarian Minister of Finance are among the most informative and rewarding. The principal story, told wittily and not shrilly, is of the author's mission to Moscow to negotiate on Soviet claims against his country.

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