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jonathan dimbleby talk

8th March 2009

Dear fellow member of the Great Britain-Russia Society,

On Thursday April 2nd at 5.15 p.m. for 6.00 p.m. we are holding a major
event of the year at the Great Britain-China Centre, 14-15 Belgrave
Square, London.

111 reservations have already been made, but the auditorium holds 140
seats.

So if you have not already booked, please make your reservation as soon as
possible, as we should like to see all the remaining 39 seats pre-booked!

Throughout history the written impressions from visits to Russia by
perceptive foreigners have assumed a tremendous significance. This applies
to the reports of Baron von Herberstein in 1517,of Britain's Giles
Fletcher at the end of the 16th century, of Adam Olearius in the 17th
century, of the Marquis de Custine in 1839, and of Andre Gide in 1936.

What has changed, and what is still the same?

Jonathan Dimbleby's epic journey was made into a 5 part television series
last year, and aa approximately 550 page book at £25.50.

Our talk takes place on the very first day of the issue of the papeback
version – yours for just £7.00!

Don't delay! Book up today!

Yours sincerely
Daniel Salbstein
Talks Organiser

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