Updated 25 April, 2012
its like a dream come true .
i can not believe that whole of the soviet literature is in front of me . just here. i am so happy.
Such a nice thing to say. Thank you.
who wrote this book —History of Philosophy “from plato to lenin”
All the title are listed in the ‘Most recent non-fiction titles’ page.
Hi Philip, Its great to see the collection of all soviet books. I’m from India and a great follower of Soviet books published by Raduga Publishing House. I used to have a novel(translated into my mother tongue,Telugu) called Ajeya Sainikudu – Unbeatable Soldier (True translation). Its about a soldier in a fort in Russia – Germany border at WW2. He fights alone against the whole germany command, though all of his mates dies in the war. I was told that thats a true story of a russian warrior. I would like to know the name of the english version of that novel, and i’m curious whether there is any movie produced based on that novel.
Looking forward to your response!
Perhaps Boris Vassilyev’s ‘His Name Was Not Listed’. My copy is Progress, 1978
I’m extemely glad to see such a huge collection of soviet russian literature. A particular book “soviet russian stories of the 1960s and 1970s” had completely changed my life. It’s so good to see that you’ve kept soviet literature alive. Great job!
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