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American Hiroshima free pdf Could you name some nation whose officers and men, poorly armed, equipped, clad, unfed, inadequately trained and abandoned by that nation's government, would fight to the last ditch? But this is what Russian soldiers have always been remarkable for. Why? This is the question - how could the army of the sate, having so rich natural and manpower resources, be always equipped, trained, and brought up so badly, irrespective of political system, times and social formations, being unable to conduct warfare. Why did its soldiers pay too dear a price for their victories, why did they suffer so heavily? The state and its army, crushed the Third Reich and its praised Wehrmacht 60 years ago, have been totally ruined and routed in a peacetime, - the question is why?! Why does the victor, humiliated and deceived once again, beg on a church porch today? Why do the vanquished live in clover? What is a real threat to peoples and the world civilization presently? Who stands behind a label "the international terrorism"? Who pins this label so easily to peoples and religions showing no a hint for an encroachment upon any person or state? "Offence for power" by the Russian writer Stanislav Dymov is an educated and simple reply to all the questions of history. "This work presents my observations, conclusions, ratiocination, based on concrete historical facts, personal experience and knowledge. This is not criticism, vilification, rather this is my anguish, shame, concern over the army, the State, the people," - says the author. The State or Power, according Vladimir Dal's dictionary is "a fortress, strength, solid liaison, reliability, rule, might, something one can hold to." Is that applicable to what we see in the CIS countries? No, it is not. What we see misfits even criminals' mentality. Did we really have the State which could be called a Power in the term's full meaning? A real, not a virtual, Power? Probably, not! Unfortunately, publicism, fiction, arts are adapted to mirror the political leadership's views in many countries. Therefore many people in the world and many of our people still hold quite fantastic beliefs with regard to the USSR, Russia and other states of the CIS, particularly, in the 19th and 20th Centuries. A world outlook was formed, which modelled a complete course of history that ostensibly possesses all the outward attributes of science, but has nothing to do with the truth. This drives the author to recall Nikolai Karamzin's everlasting sentence that "history is not a novel, and the world is not a garden, in which everything must be pleasant. History describes the world as it is." The author followed these postulates in his absorbing book, telling the harsh truth about an institute of the state, thereby telling about the state and peoples, living there, the truth about the USSR (CIS). Neither in czarist days, nor under communistic regime happy peoples have never lived under prosperity in the country with a strong and efficient army, especially while the state and the society are being totally degraded presently. It is our people who are guilty of what befell us. No need to search for any Russian mystique! You will find only total laziness, drunkenness, envy, unconcern, stealing. There have never lived talented, honest people, loving the labour in this country. You will discover centuries of ignorance, dirt in head and in life. No men around for centuries. The peoples inhabiting Russian empire, then the USSR, then the CIS, were deceived by the official propaganda for centuries, though lies, phariseeism, deception have become habitual and inherent in the nation. All the history is remarkable for authority's disrespect for and animosity to this people, who, in turn, dislike and disrespect authorities sometimes with the real hatred. Why? Where are the sources of this ignorance, this barbarity and savagery? Who is guilty of century troubles of these peoples? Who is a real danger to nations of the world and what is to be done, is there a way out of it? Yes! And the author shows it.

About David J. Dionisi

Stanislav Dymov: A modern Russian writer is known as a successful novelist, an author of compelling novels, publicist and short story writer. He writes with a light touch. His fiction mirrors the age, and the thrust of it is humanity. The main theme of almost all Dymov's novels is antagonism between good and evil. Love and sex, the stark realities of life and naive dreams are pictured in his fiction. His short stories scintillate with wit- he is a master of political satire and his social and political journalism is the truth based on facts of life. The famous Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn did justice to Dymov's writing and gave him a start in literature. Dymov Stanislav was born on the ancient soil of Pskov in Russia. He was brought up in a family of a teacher. The way of thinking, moral principles were implanted in his mind with the parental blood, and were also engrafted by his mum and his nanny. On his earnest conviction, a lot of things were cultivated in him by his teachers: in a high school of the city of Pskov, and by his instructors of a military school and Military Academies. In a military school he started writing his diaries. In some time the diaries became the groundwork of his novel "My love". The author showed the love of a simple chappie for his mum, for his country, for a woman, for his favourite profession, for common people, he showed the real love of life. At his mature age he made his final decision about his future and continued to write novels, showing the truth of life on the former USSR territory. Besides, in his social and political journalism he anatomized the reasons why for millennia on the unique land abounds in resources peoples of the former Soviet Union lived in poverty, lack of culture, lawlessness, irrespective of a political system. The famous Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn set him up in literature. He read some books by Stanislav Dymov, and recommended him to continue his writing. Recently in Estonia the publishing house "Fogot" has printed the electronic versions of three books by Stanislav Dymov. And in the Ukraine they published, as a standard format, a collection of satiric stories "Odessa's gimmickry", a crime novel "Usurpers", a publicistic work "Offence for Power". Presently they prepare for publishing his trilogy "People and Beasts ", a novel "Dash at the Tsar", a blood-and-guts thriller "Dregs in Dubrovka" (the author showed the people's psychological drama in the captured theatre during the musical "Nord-Ost", two collections of his satiric stories about modern life in Ukraine and Russia, the second volume of "Usurpers", a novel "Sisters" and many other works.

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Author : David J. Dionisi
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Data Published : 14 February 2005
ISBN : 1412044219
EAN : 9781412044219
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 232 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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