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|Statement||[by] Elisabeth K. Poretsky.|
|LC Classifications||DK268.P66 P65|
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|Pagination||x, 278 p.|
|Number of Pages||278|
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The book was written by the wife of a famous soviet spy (Ignace Reiss). He was operating in Europe in the thirties (friend of Richard Sorge, Walter Krivitsky)his amazing history as fighter for comunism and internationalism and his break with Stalin on account of the great purges.
A cosmovision of this part of the european history starting before of the WWI and ending in Cited by: 5. The book was written by the wife of a famous soviet spy (Ignace Reiss).
He was operating in Europe in the thirties (friend of Richard Sorge, Walter Krivitsky)his amazing history as fighter for comunism and internationalism and his break with Stalin on account of the great purges/5. Our own people: a memoir of 'Ignace Reiss' and his friends. London, Oxford U.P., (OCoLC) Named Person: Ignace Reiss; Ignace Reiss: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elisabeth K Poretsky.
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Ignaz Reiss Sections. Secret Agent; The Great Purge ; Recalled to Moscow ; Letter to Stalin ; Assassinated; Primary Sources; Ignace Poretsky (Ignace Reiss) was born in Podwołoczyska in His parents were Jewish and as a boy became close friends with Walter described him as a tall and gentle boy, with dark hair and very pale blue eyes.
T he spy trials of the late s and early s fo cused on the theft of sensitive government information. Top secret documents, atomic espionage, and military technology had been stolen.
The accused had held important government positions with knowledge of internal U.S. policy deliberations or had access to highly sensitive technological and military secrets, and the public was transfixed.
Reiss' wife identified the body bearing identity papers with the name Herman Eberhardt as that of Ignace Reiss. In later years after World War II, she was at time in contact with US intelligence about Soviet Security Service operations and personnel. She also wrote Our Own People: A Memoir of Ignace Reiss and his Friends (published in London in ).
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Коротка біографія І. Рейсса (рос.). Ignace Reiss ( – 4 September ) – juga dikenal sebagai "Ignace Poretsky," "Ignatz Reiss," "Ludwig," "Ludwik", "Hans Eberhardt," "Steff Brandt," Nathan Poreckij, dan "Walter Scott (perwira intelijensi militer AS)" –adalah salah satu "Ilegal Besar" atau mata-mata Uni Soviet yang bekerja di negara-negara dunia ketiga dimana mereka tak memiliki kewarganegaraan pada akhir an dan.
(1) Elisabeth K. Poretsky, Our Own People: A Memoir of Ignace Reiss and His Friends () Theodore Maly: During the war I was a chaplain, I had just been ordained as a priest. I was taken prisoner in the Carpathians. I saw all the horrors, young men with frozen limbs dying in the trenches.
Hendricus Josephus Franciscus Marie (Henk) Sneevliet, known as Henk Sneevliet or by the pseudonym "Maring" ( - ), was a Dutch Communist, who was active in both the Netherlands and the Dutch a functionary of the Communist International, Sneevliet guided the formation of the Communist Party of China in In his native country, he was the founder, chairman and only.
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Our Own People: A Memoir of "Ignace Reiss" and His Friends. London: Oxford University Press. London: Oxford University Press. ISBN X. The first had been Ignace Reiss himself, who soon paid with his life for his denunciation of Stalin's crimes.
Later Alexander Orlov, who had been director of the GPU machine in Spain during the civil war, escaped to America. Ignace Poretsky, alias Ignace Reiss, was another leading figure of the era.
Based in Paris for many years, well known to Communists across Europe, Reiss was murdered by NKVD agents in Switzerland inafter he objected to Stalin’s policies and tried to defect. His death set off a chain of other events, among other things convincing.
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New York: Random House, hood. Now our lives together had to be squeezed into a few months. In me, Dr. Reiss saw a man not yet ready to fully re - treat to his home life, and certainly not yet ready to climb into his deathbed. “This lecture will be the last time many people I care about will see me in the ﬂesh,” I told her ﬂatly.
In his famous book I Paid Hitler, Fritz Thyssen, the former German steel magnate, one of the immensely influential "Schlotbarone," the Ruhr heavy industry magnates, and an early member of the Nazi party explicitly associated Tukhachevskii with Fritsch: "Fritsch always advocated an alliance with Russia, though not with a Communist Russia.
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A young survivor of the Bosnian War returns to his homeland to confront the people who betrayed his family At age eleven, Kenan Trebincevic was a happy, karate-loving kid living with his family in the quiet Eastern European town of Brcko.
Then, in the spring ofwar broke out and his friends, neighbors and teammates all turned on him. As a young Dutch Jewish girl, Johanna Reiss survived the war hidden in the attic of a farmer called Johan Oosterveld. Her memoir of that time, The Upstairs Room, is still read in schools today.
But while she was researching that book inher American husband, Jim killed himself. In this interview, she recommends books on the painful subject of suicide, as well as the music that helped. "Ebert's new memoir, "Life Itself," is an episodic, impressionistic and skillfully written exploration of his life, from his s childhood in Urbana, Ill., to his recent battles against thyroid cancer, which have left him unable to speak, or to eat or drink through his mouth.
What shines throughout the book is Ebert's humility, his down-to. Elsa Reiss, barely escaped Stalin's assassins in when they had orders to kill her and her son as well as her companion Ignace (see below). Her book Our Own People (published under the name Elisabeth K. Poretsky) relives the drama of that terrible period of the 'Yezhov terror', during which Stalin exterminated more revolutionary militants.
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Then, in the spring ofwar broke out and his friends, neighbors and teammates all turned on him. Pero - Kenan's beloved karate coach - showed up at his. Reiss knows his audience, and it’s unlikely that many people will read this book who aren’t already Simpsons obsessives.
I found myself fascinated by a section in which Reiss .Most denied, some stoutly, some with a shrug, that they had ever spied for the Soviet Union, but a few confessed, like Ethel Rosenberg’s brother, David Greenglass, who successfully bargained for immunity for his wife, Ruth; Elizabeth Bentley, who went to the FBI in and described in detail her work as a courier for Soviet intelligence officers running nets in New York and Washington; and.20 hours ago Melania Trump is 'in discussions about writing a White House memoir' - backed by the president - after her ex-best friend released a tell-all book about the First Lady; Trump declares his .