East-West Review, the journal of the Great Britain-Russia Society, is published three times a year. The quality of its content and production draws many accolades.
Individual issues typically include feature articles; memoir; new translation of the classic Russian poets; reviews of film, books and recent theatre productions;
and more – anything of interest relating to the geographic area of the pre-1917 Russian Empire and pre-1989 Soviet bloc,
not forgetting contemporary issues in the successor states.
The contents of the Autumn 2019 issue are listed below (scroll down).
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We are delighted to learn that Tony Cash’s article, The Svetlana Stalin Letter Affair, published in the Autumn 2017 issue of East-West Review, has been awarded the Bosworth Prize.
The judges remarks have been published by the Frinton Society (Frinton = Former Russian Interpreters of the Navy):
“The judges commented that the articles from 2017/18 are of a uniformly high standard and a part of modern history.
They chose as winner “The Svetlana Stalin Letter Affair” by Tony Cash, a fascinating tale of political machinations, very well written.”
A Student in Leningrad, the Prague Spring and the BBC
Russia Past, Present and Future: As seen by a representative sample of people who live there
The Restoration of St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Moscow
Sketches from a Cook’s Album: Vladimir Mukhin & the reinvention of Russian cuisine
A historical drama television mini-series
Dark Shadows: Inside the secret world of Kazakhstan
by Joanna Lillis (Book review)
Light of the Other: Unveiling the art of Central Asia
An exhibition mounted by the British-Kazakh Society
The Caspian Sea Agreement: What was settled?
Report on a British-Kazakh Society Networking Session
by Vasily Grossman (tr. Robert & Elizabeth Chandler; ed. Robert Chandler & Yuri Bit-Yunan)
by Guzel Yakhina (tr. Lisa C Hayden)
by Eugene Vodolazkin (tr. Lisa C Hayden)
by Richard Freeborn
Vladimir Lenin: How to become a leader
by Vladlen Loginov
Pan Tadeusz: The last foray in Lithuania
by Adam Mickiewicz (tr. Bill Johnston)
Mirror Sand: An anthology of Russian short poems in English translation
Edited and translated by Anatoly Kudryavitsky
We are Building Capitalism! Moscow in transition 1992-97
by Robert Stephenson
Fortress Russia: Conspiracy theories in post-Soviet Russia
by Ilya Yablokov
Plots Against Russia: Conspiracy and fantasy after socialism
by Eliot Borenstein
Alexander Ivanovich Guchkov and the Great Russian Revolution
by Viktor Ivanovich Kozodoy
Maly Drama Theatre of St Petersburg
Vaudeville Theatre, London
A Tribute to Victor Hochhauser (1923-2019)
My Stalingrad Childhood: A memoir by Edward Ochagavia
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