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Forever Russian: Memoirs of a Vagabond Prince

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176 pages3 hours

Summary

Anyone who is interrested in history and is intrigued with nobility would enjoy "Forever Russian". The book is written as a personal family history, not only his own. He mentions the huge number of Russians who escaped, literally, from Russia when the Communists took over and how it affected his immediate family. There are vivid details about his immediate family's journey from Russia to Europe, his parents' ultimate immigration to Persia (Iran) where he was born, his experience as a POW in Germany during World War II and escape from the prison camp, and finally how he was able to achieve his dream by immigrating to the United States.

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