The great Russian Jewish writer was caught between revolution and daily life, Bolsheviks and Jews, a desire to kill and an inability to pull the trigger. Did he ever choose?
The (fictional) Jewish prisoner who brought about Solzhenitsyn’s conversion.
Refuting an anti-Semitic libel need not involve papering over Soviet crimes.
Nikolai Freudenstein/Yuri Felsen.
Only the Red Army tried to prevent pogroms.
Is the central figure of Darkness at Noon (1940), Arthur Koestler’s highly influential anti-totalitarian novel, a Jew? Koestler said no; the evidence suggests otherwise.
Neither Nazism nor Bolshevism would have been conceivable without the disaster that was World War I.
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