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From Hungary to Hollywood with Actress and Filmmaker Klaudia Kovacs

On a cold and windy late afternoon in Tehachapi, as light mountain rain pricked my bare arms, I hustled inside Beekay Theater to see the annual Playwright’s Festival, nine ten-minute plays created, produced, directed, and acted by local talent. Ordinarily, Los Angeles induces theatrical binges but I was intrigued by a newspaper paragraph noting “Bill […]

Also posted in Communism, Henry Kissinger, Hungary, Janos Kadar, Joseph Stalin, Klaudia Kovacs, Laszlo Kovacs, Nikita Khrushchev, Russia, Theater

Germany Attacked Russia 70 Years Ago

(On June 22, 1941 Germany invaded the Soviet Union, unleashing the bloodiest confrontations in history.) Please click here to read an excerpt from “Hitler Here.”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Germany, Heinz Guderian, Holocaust, Joseph Stalin, Leningrad, Moscow, Russia, Ukraine, World War II