2 edition of I went to the Soviet Arctic found in the catalog.
I went to the Soviet Arctic
1939 in London, V. Gollancz .
Written in English
Map on lining-papers.
|Statement||by Ruth Gruber; with a preface by Vilhjalmur Stefansson.|
|LC Classifications||DK755 .G84 1939a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||40006692|
The Pechenga-Kirkenes Operation, as it became known in Soviet military literature, is an important part of Soviet military history, but has been largely ignored in Western military literature, even though the last few years have seen an increased interest in the operations north of the Arctic Circle in WW2. Nichols said that until Little Diomede went dry in the latter 's there used to be a certain amount of covert fraternization between Soviet border guards from . The Russian Arctic and the Kola Peninsula in particular are excitingly remote areas. Few visitors venture here. This region was mostly closed during the Soviet era, when it developed as the important mining and military center that is still today. It has been opened to tourism only recently, and it still has some logical deficiencies and. [It would never happen. International diplomacy exists to prevent sundry nations going to war over resource or territorial claims, ethnic tensions etc. The other countries have a lot at stake in preventing this.] This war would only ever be p.
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About this Item: Simon and Schuster, New York, Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+ dj. First Edition. [very nice copy, the book itself just lightly worn at the spine ends and bottom corners (actually a review copy, with the original publisher's reply postcard laid in); jacket has just one tiny chip and a couple of itsy-bitsy tears at the bottom of the front.
I Went to the Soviet Arctic book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Born in Brooklyn inshe became the youngest PhD in the world and went on to author nineteen books, including the National Jewish Book Awardwinning biography Raquela (). She also wrote several memoirs documenting her astonishing experiences4/5(1).
This book describes the adventures of Ruth Gruber, a feminist social scientist who went poking about the far corners of Siberia to see the conditions for Soviet women in the Artic during the run-up to World War II.
InGruber won a Yardley Foundation Fellowship to conduct a project studying the problems of women throughout Europe.3/5(2). Get this from a library. I went to the Soviet Arctic.
[Ruth Gruber] -- Author flew to Igarke and stayed there during the summer of ; she returned to Murmansk on. Genre/Form: Erlebnisbericht: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gruber, Ruth, I went to the soviet Arctic.
New York, Viking Press, Buy a cheap copy of I went to the soviet arctic, book. Free shipping over $ Eminently readable account of the author's travels to —and stay — in Igarka, Soviet port of 6 years' growth.
A good picture of the scope of Soviet progress in all fields, of the opening up of the northern sea route, of the contribution made by women to pioneering.
There are numerous good pictures of the people she met, detailed descriptions of the conditions under which they lived, the. InSecretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, after reading her book I Went to the Soviet Arctic, sent Gruber as his field representative to make a social and economic study of Alaska in connection with opening it for GIs and homesteaders.
For over eighteen months she covered the vast territory by plane, train, truck, paddle-wheel steamer. Russia’s Physical Geography and Climate. Russia is the largest country in the world, containing 1/8 of the entire world’s land area (see Figure ).Russia is also the northernmost large and populous country in the world, with much of the country lying above the Arctic Circle.
William J. Burns is a contributing writer at The Atlantic, the President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, former deputy secretary of state, and author of The Back Channel: A Author: William J.
Burns. Sławomir Rawicz (Polish pronunciation: [swaˈvɔmir ˈravit͡ʂ]; 1 September – 5 April ) was a Polish Army lieutenant who was imprisoned by the NKVD after the German-Soviet invasion of a ghost-written book called The Long Walk, he claimed that in he and six others had escaped from a Siberian Gulag camp and begun a long journey south on foot (about 6, km or 4, mi).
The Forsaken, a book about the great Soviet/Stalinist purge and murder of millions in the s and 40s. In particular it is about a large number of Americans who fled America during the Great Depression hoping for a better life in what they believed was a /5.
The Soviet Arctic is the first book to consider Soviet policy in this area from an historian's point of view. Horensma assesses the importance of historic legacies to current Soviet Arctic policy and their consequences on an international level.
The book also discusses the significance of historic precedents in the determination of polar sovereignty. The history of exploration by citizens or subjects of the Russian Federation, the Soviet Union, the Russian Empire, the Tsardom of Russia and other Russian predecessor states forms a significant part of the history of Russia as well as the history of the 17, square kilometres (6, sq mi), Russia is the largest country in the world, covering more than a ninth of the Earth.
Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More. Articles with Audio I Went to the Soviet Arctic. I Went to the Soviet Arctic. By Ruth. Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq Viking, $ Reviewed by Paddy Eason It's my impression that many readers of the Arctic Book Review are seeking stirring tales of exploration from long that basis, this book - which contains enthusiastic teenage solvent abuse, erotic encounters with wild animals and gleeful retribution against human bullies and predators - may not be everyone's cup of tea.
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After the Soviet collapse inthe KGB released previously classified files that cast light on the mysterious Byrd led Naval expedition to Antarctica. A Russian documentary, recently translated, made public for the first time a secret Soviet intelligence report commissioned by Joseph Stalin of Task 68’s mission to Antarctica.
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«The icebreaker «Sovyetsky Soyuz» - unfortunately - is decommissioned, the official order is signed,» says Vyacheslav Ruksha, General Director of Rosatomflot to RIA Novosti. The order means Russia scraps all former plans to convert the icebreaker into a command ship for military operations in the Arctic.
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This paper explores the controversy surrounding the periodwhich was a period of substantial warming in the Arctic. Historic variations in Arctic sea ice is a series that attempts to determine the arctic warming events through the Holocene which commenced some years ago.
Part 1 covered the warm period from approx. to This timely book offers an examination of Russian and Soviet attempts to develop the Arctic from the late nineteenth century to the present.
The bulk of the book is devoted to developments in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, when Soviet and post-Soviet approaches to the region, informed by ideology as well as economics and geopolitics Author: Ilya Vinkovetsky. In North Korea became a signatory to a century-old agreement governing Svalbard, a smattering of frozen fjords, glaciers and islands in the High Arctic.
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The Refuge is a sacred place for a centuries-old culture, and a powerful symbol of enduring serenity and peace. It is the birthing ground for caribou and polar bears.
Adventurers seeking a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness experience will find it. There is quite a paucity of easily accessible information out there, no doubt not helped by the phrase 'Soviet Arctic' being used to refer both to the Atlantic->Murmansk runs & the Pacific->Arctic runs.
Anyway, the best work I found on it was "The Northern Sea Route: Soviet Exploration of. - welcome to the wonderful world of soviet books. - this site attempts to catalogue the amazing books in english, hindi and other indian languages, published the soviet union (ussr).
- many of these books are available for sale at reasonable prices. - these are the original books printed in s and s by mir, progress, and raduga publishers. As the book recounts, the sub repeatedly ventured within periscope range of Soviet land.
In the Severnaya Zemlya archipelago, its crew examined the. Three years later, on Novemthe Soviet Union detonated its first hydrogen bomb on the same principle of radiation implosion.
Both. Over in the Arctic Where the Cold Winds Blow, a picture book by Marianne Berkes, illustrated by Jill Dubin, is a rhyming account of the animals in the arctic like a polar bear, arctic hare, whale, seal, snowy owl,wolverine and many more.
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British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher sought to use the Soviet alert. Through the legacy of late imperial Arctic expeditions, the Soviet state made a huge effort at colonising the North, which seemed an inexhaustibly rich space (McCannon, ).
As Andy Bruno writes, nature was not a passive object of such dominance, but on the contrary, was actively involved in the process of establishing the new Soviet power.
The Soviet Union lasted a mere sixty-nine years (the Spitfire has been flying longer), but in that time produced some of the largest, fastest, toughest and most agile aircraft.
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