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Revolution gegen Jalta
Revolution gegen Jalta
By Wolfgang Strauss
Vowinckel, 1982, 212 pp.

"Yalta" is seen here as the symbol of the postwar status quo, the fastening of Soviet imperial rule on the peoples of the U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe. The coming revolution against that order will be an uprising of oppressed peoples, including the Russians, and the only alternative to a world nuclear war. The author of this impassioned tract is a Baltic German by birth, a graduate of the Gulag, and now a writer in West Germany.