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    Svetlana Alexievich ï 7 REVIEW FREE READ í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ï Svetlana Alexievich [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich I remember back in the '70s having to sit through long presentations regarding the Soviet Union and the military might thereof These briefings were given by American military personnel and the general theme was that the Soviet Union was an evil empire armed to the teeth It seemed that they had endless munitions and hordes of personnel under arms all of whom wanted our stuff They had no stuff in the Soviet Union we were told and they would b

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich FREE READ í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ï Svetlana Alexievich FREE READ Цинковые мальчики PrologueFrom the Notebooks Boys in Zinc Post Mortem'Boys in Zinc' on Trial

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    Svetlana Alexievich ï 7 REVIEW FREE READ í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ï Svetlana Alexievich FREE READ Цинковые мальчики I could not and still cannot read this book for than 10 pages at a time I put it down wipe my tears walk around th

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich FREE READ Цинковые мальчики ZINKY BOYS A REUIEM TO THE REMEMBERED When I read a few days ago in Ladbroke betting site that Svetlana Alexievich the great Belarusian writer is topping as a probable candidate for 2015 Nobel prize for literature I felt a palpitation in my heart Ever since I read her book Zinky Boys I have been a great fan of this writer

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich Svetlana Alexievich ï 7 REVIEW What made this book so powerful so heartbreaking was its simplicity In Zinky Boys Russian journalist Svetlana A

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich A brutal look at the Afghanistan war of the 1980s as told from the Soviet perspective Alexievich is a journalist the book is mostly interviews of soldiers civilian employees mothers and widows affected by the war but it's clear that she presents these responses for her own narrative and rhetorical purposes Even if you have no interest in this specific war this book is an utterly compelling look at so many things the mentality of obeying o

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    FREE READ í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ï Svetlana Alexievich [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich Svetlana Alexievich ï 7 REVIEW Very good collection of monologues from Soviet participants in the Afghanistan War full of insight and depressing reality and often uite beautiful I think this fell a bit short of the truly excellent VOICES FROM CHERNOBYL

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    FREE READ Цинковые мальчики [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich Svetlana Alexievich ï 7 REVIEW ‘I cried when I read your article but I shan’t read the whole book because of an elementary sense of self preservation I’m not sure whether we ought to know so much about ourselves Perhaps it’s just too frightening It leaves a great void in my soul You begin to lose faith in your fellow man and fear him instead’ This is the second book I have that is written by Svetlana Alexievich and her books really do make

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich When I was young for a while I wanted to be a historian I was fascinated by the past but particularly by individuals I remember writing a sweeping story from the point of view of Robespierre his life loves even his mum My teacher gave me a shit grade and told me history is not about people but about events Over two weeks I

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    [Free E–pub] Цинковые мальчики BY Svetlana Alexievich Not many books have had me wiping tears from my eyes However some of the harrowing stories told by these soldiers and mothers whose lives were irrecoverably damaged by the 'political error' later called a 'crime' that was the Soviet Afghan War had my eyes filled with tears Svetlana Alexievich's Boys in Zinc documents this tragic history that pretty much brought down the Soviet UnionThese 'live voices live destinies' a

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REVIEW Цинковые мальчики 107 FREE READ Цинковые мальчики Aty a odwaga i braterstwo przeplatają się z niegodziwością i okrucieństwem „W każdej kolejnej książce z uporem robię to samo – pisze Aleksijewicz – zmniejszam historię do wymiarów człowieka”Po publikacji książki Swietłana Aleksijewicz została pozwana o znieważenie honoru i godności żołnierzy walczących w Afganistanie. Very good collection of monologues from Soviet participants in the Afghanistan War full of insight and depressing reality and often uite beautiful I think this fell a bit short of the truly excellent VOICES FROM CHERNOBYL both with its slightly clunkier frame and its universal backdrop While Chernobyl is uniue war is horrifically usual and so we re somewhat inured to the tragic arc of the narratives here That does not rob this book of its notable power but it did diminish the variety between the voices Tage der Nemesis i braterstwo przeplatają się z niegodziwością Heart of Gold i okrucieństwem „W każdej kolejnej książce z uporem robię to samo – pisze Aleksijewicz – zmniejszam historię do wymiarów człowieka”Po publikacji książki Swietłana Aleksijewicz została pozwana o znieważenie honoru A Romantic Getaway i godności żołnierzy walczących w Afganistanie. Very good collection of monologues from Soviet participants Fru Bengtssons andliga uppvaknande in the Afghanistan War full of Living in the Environment Principles Connections and Solutions with CD ROM and InfoTrac insight and depressing reality and often uite beautiful I think this fell a bit short of the truly excellent VOICES FROM CHERNOBYL both with Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation its slightly clunkier frame and Dolpo its universal backdrop While Chernobyl Riding the Torch is uniue war Er ist wieder da is horrifically usual and so we re somewhat Profetiens Utvalgte Phenomena 1 inured to the tragic arc of the narratives here That does not rob this book of An Infamous Army its notable power but L'Aiguillle creuse it did diminish the variety between the voices

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REVIEW Цинковые мальчики 107 FREE READ Цинковые мальчики Oddziały radzieckie przez dziesięć lat „udzielały narodowi afgańskiemu braterskiej pomocy” Od 1979 do 1989 roku życie straciło co najmniej kilkaset tysięcy Afgańczyków a kilkadziesiąt tysięcy radzieckich żołnierzy poniosło śmierć lub zostało rannych Wyjeżdżali by zostać bohaterami Do kraju wracali jako bankruci – bez n. I remember back in the 70s having to sit through long presentations regarding the Soviet Union and the military might thereof These briefings were given by American military personnel and the general theme was that the Soviet Union was an evil empire armed to the teeth It seemed that they had endless munitions and hordes of personnel under arms all of whom wanted our stuff They had no stuff in the Soviet Union we were told and they would be coveting our stuff which we had in abundance Some of this propaganda had a grain of truth in it the Soviets were starved for consumer goods and they did have a lot of men under arms but the weaponry was outdated and defective and the soldiery reluctant and usually coerced into service And while there was a shortage of consumer goods even the most fashion conscious was unlikely to risk death for a pair of jeans Somehow the people doing the briefings neglected to mention that part In short while the Soviet Union had enough punch to mess the world up considerably they were extremely unlikely to start anything military bombast notwithstandingAfter the invasion of Afghanistan I recall even anti Soviet propaganda One US based military magazine sought donations to purchase ammo for the mujahidin If I recall correctly the slogan was Kill a commie for Mommy or some such blather I have often wondered if anyone ever contributed and if so whether any of the contribution actually made it to Afghanistan I guess what I m getting at with all of this preamble is that we were pretty much brainwashed into an intense dislike of all things SovietThis book is the result of many personal interviews the author conducted with returned soldiers and civilians and also with the next of kin of those who were returned in zinc coffins or zinky boys as they became known Alexievich has managed to put a human face on the Soviet soldier for me and I have come to realize that soldiers are soldiers the world over Our governments start wars and governments legislate soldiers into action whether the soldier likes it or notIn the case of the Russians many of them were told that their intervention in Afghanistan prevented the takeover of the country by the USA which was on the point of invading Many soldiers were told they were being airlifted to some other destination only to find themselves in Afghanistan when the plane touched down Some volunteered for the job as the bazaars in Afghanistan had consumer goods than the Soviet shops Ponder that for a moment a backwater like Afghanistan having produce than your home countryLife was hard for these soldiers The Soviet army turned a blind eye to the constant hazing and abuse of recruits New soldiers were routinely robbed and beaten by the older soldiers or grandfathers An excerpt from a soldier s letter home Mum buy me a puppy and call it Sergeant so I can kill it when I get home p46Even the female civilian employees were not free from abuse They volunteered for service some for patriotic reasons some for the extra pay and yet others for the shopping opportunities Whatever their motivation they were universally assumed to have come hunting for men Sadly many of them felt a need to take on a man as protection against the predations of others Better one devil you know than many you don tAlexeivich has really been able to express the anguish and heartache of those who came back to a country that was so neglectful that Afghanistan casualties Zinky Boys were not allowed to be buried in the same section of a cemetery like they were a collective dirty secret I won t even go into the sense of loss and betrayal expressed by grieving mothers who were never given adeuate details regarding the death of their respective children In spite of this the reaction to the author s work was mixed and I leave you with this final uote from a call she received Who needs your dreadful truth I don t want to know it You want to buy your own glory at the expense of our sons blood They were heroes heroes heroes They should have beautiful books written about them and you re turning them into mincemeat p187 His Compromised Countess in the 70s having to sit through long presentations regarding the Soviet Union and the military might thereof These briefings were given by American military personnel and the general theme was that the Soviet Union was an evil empire armed to the teeth It seemed that they had endless munitions and hordes of personnel under arms all of whom wanted our stuff They had no stuff Blind Love Sword and Silk Trilogy #2 in the Soviet Union we were told and they would be coveting our stuff which we had Spaceship in the Desert in abundance Some of this propaganda had a grain of truth Nostradamus The Lost Manuscript The Code That Unlocks the Secrets of the Master Prophet in Eyes Wide Open rev exp ed Looking for God in Popular Culture it the Soviets were starved for consumer goods and they did have a lot of men under arms but the weaponry was outdated and defective and the 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have come hunting for men Sadly many of them felt a need to take on a man as protection against the predations of others Better one devil you know than many you don tAlexeivich has really been able to express the anguish and heartache of those who came back to a country that was so neglectful that Afghanistan casualties Zinky Boys were not allowed to be buried Baabwaa and Wooliam in the same section of a cemetery like they were a collective dirty secret I won t even go Die Vollidioten – Ein historischer Roman aus dem Jahr 1972 Trilogie des laufenden Schwachsinns #1 into the sense of loss and betrayal expressed by grieving mothers who were never given adeuate details regarding the death of their respective children In spite of this the reaction to the author s work was mixed and I leave you with this final uote from a call she received Who needs your dreadful truth I don t want to know

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REVIEW Цинковые мальчики 107 FREE READ Цинковые мальчики óg bez rąk bez złudzeń z koszmarami które miały ich nigdy nie opuścić Niektórzy wracali w cynkowych trumnachZ opowieści weteranów pielęgniarek prostytutek matek i żon „afgańców” wyłania się wstrząsający obraz niepotrzebnej wojny; wśród zapierających dech w piersiach afgańskich krajobrazów rozgrywają się ludzkie dram. A brutal look at the Afghanistan war of the 1980s as told from the Soviet perspective Alexievich is a journalist the book is mostly interviews of soldiers civilian employees mothers and widows affected by the war but it s clear that she presents these responses for her own narrative and rhetorical purposes Even if you have no interest in this specific war this book is an utterly compelling look at so many things the mentality of obeying orders without uestioning them a particular talent of both soldiers and Soviet citizens at large the silence and secrecy of the Soviet governmentmedia surrounding the war soldiers conflicting feelings of pride and shame all different kinds of PTSD and the denial aggression acceptance and confusion that this dishonorable war still inspires as people try to sort out their memories of it Powerful reading Dolpo ich nigdy nie opuścić Niektórzy wracali w cynkowych trumnachZ opowieści weteranów pielęgniarek prostytutek matek Riding the Torch i żon „afgańców” wyłania się wstrząsający obraz niepotrzebnej wojny; wśród zapierających dech w piersiach afgańskich krajobrazów rozgrywają się ludzkie dram. A brutal look at the Afghanistan war of the 1980s as told from the Soviet perspective Alexievich Er ist wieder da is a journalist the book Profetiens Utvalgte Phenomena 1 is mostly An Infamous Army interviews of soldiers civilian employees mothers and widows affected by the war but L'Aiguillle creuse it s clear that she presents these responses for her own narrative and rhetorical purposes Even Remote Viewers The Secret History of America's Psychic Spies if you have no Cesario Gussago Sonate a uattro Sei Et Otti interest The Korean War is an utterly compelling look at so many things the mentality of obeying orders without uestioning them a particular talent of both soldiers and Soviet citizens at large the silence and secrecy of the Soviet governmentmedia surrounding the war soldiers conflicting feelings of pride and shame all different kinds of PTSD and the denial aggression acceptance and confusion that this dishonorable war still Sara och Clovnen som grät Sara #4 it Powerful reading

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