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Zarubina was a Soviet intelligence officer and interpreter during the Stalin years, interpreting the informal conversations between him and Roosevelt and Churchill during the Tehran and . The CiP shows the main title as Russia.

Zarubina was a Soviet intelligence officer and interpreter during the Stalin years, interpreting the informal conversations between him and Roosevelt and Churchill during the Tehran and Yalta conferences. It was she who was called to translate when atomic bomb papers found their way from the US to Moscow.

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Zarubina was a Soviet intelligence officer and interpreter during the Stalin years, interpreting the informal conversations between him and Roosevelt and Churchill during the Tehran and Yalta conferences

Zarubina was a Soviet intelligence officer and interpreter during the Stalin years, interpreting the informal conversations between him and Roosevelt and Churchill during the Tehran and Yalta conferences. The CiP shows the main title as Russia, an inside view. Annotation c. Book News, In. Portland, OR (booknews.

Zarubina was a Soviet intelligence officer and interpreter during the Stalin years, interpreting the informal conversations .

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Very interesting book on Dr. Zoya's Life. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. My wife and I met Dr. Zoya in September 2001. She was a guest lecturer on the ship we were on in Russia. No one fell asleep in her lectures as she would inject some humor into them

Very interesting book on Dr. No one fell asleep in her lectures as she would inject some humor into them. If a reader wanted to read about a woman who was an interpeter for President Roosevelt, Winston Churchhill and Stalin during World War II, this is for them. Dr. Zoya led a very colorful life and a very interesting woman to talk with. Kahan, Stuart, Wolf of the Kremlin, New York 1987. Kemp-Welch, . Stalin and the Literary Intelligentsia, London 1991. Kenez, Peter, Cinema and Soviet Society from the Revolution to the Death of Stalin, London 2001. Khlevniuk, Oleg Le Circle du Kremlin, Staline et le bureau politique dans les annees 30: les jeux du pouvoir, Paris 1996. Khlevniuk, Oleg, Stalin NKVD i sovetskoe obshchestvo, Moscow 1993.

Elizaveta "Zoya" Yulyevna Zarubina (Russian: Елизавета Юлиевна Зарубина; 1 January 1900 – 14 May 1987), born Ester Yoelevna Rosentsveig (Эстер Иоэльевна Розенцвейг), was a Soviet spy, podpolkovnik of the MGB. She was known as Elizabeth Zubi. She was known as Elizabeth Zubilin while serving in the United States, and also known as Elizaveta Gorskaya. Born in Rzhaventsy, Zastavna Raion in Ukraine (former Imperial Bessarabia) to a Jewish family (father Yoel, mother Ita).

My Russia, wooden Russia! I am your only singer and herald". Sergei Yesenin was born in the Ryazan region’s Konstantinovo village on October 3, 1895. From the window of his home he could see a church and the hilly banks of the Oka River, all of which he would recall in his poems. He began writing poetry as a child and, when he left school, he moved to Moscow to conquer the literary world there. His first poems were published in Moscow. During a public reading of his poetry, Yesenin told Mayakovsky he would not give his Russia to him: "Russia is mine! And you are an American!" To that, Mayakovsky replied sarcastically: "Take it, here you are!

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Teonyo
After making10 trips to Russia over a period of 8 years, I had a certain feel for the overall culture, Zoya confirms the feelings of the transition from totally communist to the present more capitalistic culture. She lived through some very historical periods of Stalin's control and as the only female translator in many of those historic meetings, I am amazed that she made it through when she saw so many, even in her own family go to prison for as she states "charges that could not be substantiated".
Munimand
great
Qus
I know the book is poorly edited as if the person who did so only finished 11th grade English, maybe. I will not get into the details. BUT, to learn about what it was like about the folks in the USSR and later Russia it is priceless. And, Zoya was certainly a smart lady in the right spot with the mindset to witness history in the making of some of the most important events in the 20th century and be part of same is very fascinating......... READ! and don't be an English teacher, though. (PS, I failed English 101 - 4 times; same 102. If they had just told me to write such as the bible is written I would have been OK, but I wrote in my own words and with own conjunctions just as I spoke. ...... Unfortunately this was not allowed by the Citadel English Maffia group of the early 60 s in Charleston, SC even if I was a premed major. When you finally learn the difference between uninterested and disinterested, and when you learn what a comma splice is then you should edit this book's actual rhetoric.)
Tim Williams Anderson, SC April 8 - 2017
Hudora
While the subject matter of the book is interesting, the editing and writing is disjointed and very hard to follow. For two such highly educated and esteemed ladies to write such a terrible piece of literature is unfathomable!
Flamehammer
If you are looking for "Spook information, i.e. secret codes, secret drops, secret messages and meetings, forget it, this book is not for you. This is just a discription of the life of a person living in a difficult location.
Minha
My wife and I met Dr. Zoya in September 2001. She was a guest lecturer on the ship we were on in Russia. No one fell asleep in her lectures as she would inject some humor into them. If a reader wanted to read about a woman who was an interpeter for President Roosevelt, Winston Churchhill and Stalin during World War II, this is for them. Dr. Zoya led a very colorful life and a very interesting woman to talk with.