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  african americans     anti-semitism     civil rights movements     communism     concentration camps     europe     france     holocaust     jewish     jim crow     military     nazis     nonviolence     race relations     racism     segregation     slavery     soldiers     war     wwii  

  • Annotation:
    • The author interweaves her own coming-of-age struggles with those of her great-grandmother Lola, who lived through the Bolshevik revolution and the Holocaust before serving in the Red Army and moving to the United States.
  • Creator:
    • Author - Julia Alekseyeva
  • Publication Information:
    • Microcosm Publishing, Portland, OR, 2016
  • Color or Black & White: Black and White
  • Genres:
    • Autobiography/Memoir
    • Biography
    • Non-Fiction
  • Bibliography Available:
    • No
  • Original Language
    • English
  • Historical Topic/Event
    • Bolshevik Revolution (1917-1921)
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • Geographic Setting
    • Soviet Union
    • Illinois--Chicago
  • Date Range
    • 1910 - 2016
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