The big show in Bololand

the American relief expedition to Soviet Russia in the famine of 1921

By Patenaude, Bertrand M.

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ISBN
978-0-80474-467-6
Publisher
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2002.


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Reviewed on December 1, 2002

America's initial exposure to Russia's Socialist/Communist experiment came partly through Herbert Hoover's American Relief Agency (ARA), which supported relief efforts in Europe after the Great War. In 1921, the ARA responded to an appeal from Soviet Russia, which was undergoing a horrific famine. (Bolo was the not-so-affectionate term given to the Bolsheviks by ARA men.) Patenaude (history, Stanford ...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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