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The Ruins of Ani

by Rachel Jagareski

Father Krikor Balakian’s memoir of his 1909 visit to the medieval Armenian city of Ani is newly available in English as "The Ruins of Ani". Translator Peter Balakian highlights the historical importance of this text, which documents... Read More

Book Review

How It Happened

by Rachel Jagareski

Budapest lawyer Ernő Munkácsi was the secretary of Hungary’s Central Jewish Council, which administered restrictions on Jews by the government and its German occupiers during 1944. He documents the decimation of the largest intact... Read More

Book Review

The Broadcast 41

by Rachel Jagareski

Carol A. Stabile explores the “cleansing” of progressive women writers, artists, and performers from postwar American television in "The Broadcast 41". It’s a chilling account of how FBI and conservative leaders worked to cement... Read More

Book Review

The Zinoviev Letter

by Rachel Jagareski

Intelligence historian Gill Bennett’s easy familiarity with Anglo-Soviet foreign policy and espionage imbues "The Zinoviev Letter" with impressive authoritativeness, untangling the 1924 “fake news” document from speculation to... Read More

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