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Joshua Kunitz • 79 Items / 5 Books, 49 Articles, 25 Reviews
Dawn Over Samarkand (1935)
The Rebirth of Central Asia
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Published Reviews
  1. Book Review
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    From Colonial Oppression to Socialist Construction (Review)
    Dawn Over Samarkand, by Joshua Kunitz
    1. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    The Communist, August 1935, pp. 777-786
  2. Review and Comment
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    A Study in National Liberation (Review)
    Dawn Over Samarkand, by Joshua Kunitz
    1. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    The New Masses, June 4, 1935, pp. 22-23
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    Red Samarkand (Review)
    Dawn Over Samarkand, by Joshua Kunitz
    1. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    The New Republic, August 14, 1935, p. 24
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    Travel in the Orient (3 Reviews)
    An Eastern Odyssey, by Georges Le Fevre
    1. An Eastern Odyssey by Georges Le Fevre
    2. Men Against the Clouds by Richard L. Burdsall
    3. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    The Saturday Review, July 27, 1935, p. 18
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 by William Henry Chamberlin
    2. The Murder of the Romanovs by Paul Bulygin
    3. Armed Intervention in Russia, 1918-1922 by W.P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates
    4. Outline History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by N.N. Popov
    5. Socialism Victorious
    6. I Speak for the Silent by Vladimir V. Tchernavin
    7. The Grinding Mill by Prince A. Lobanov-Rostovsky
    8. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    9. Moscow Carrousel by Eugene Lyons
    10. Soviet Journey by Louis Fischer
    11. The Soviet Union and International Law by T.A. Taracouzio
    12. Economic Planning in the Soviet Union by Boris Brutskus
    13. Religion and Communism by Julius F. Hecker
    14. Moved On! by P.S. Nazaroff
    15. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    16. Changing Asia by Egon Erwin Kisch
    17. Men of Siberia by Hugo Huppert
    18. Ordeal: The Story of My Life by Queen Marie of Roumania
    19. Yugoslavia: A New Country and Its People by Grace Ellison
    20. Heroes and Assassins by Stoyan Christowe
    Foreign Affairs, July 1935, pp. 713-715