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"De Roeck's life experiences have been intertwined with some of the most fascinating - and also the most horrifying - historical events of the twentieth century...She has seen it all, first hand. Dr. De Roeck's memoir makes for absorbing reading."
- David N. Gibbs, Professor of History, University of Arizona
"De Roeck is a refugee from that great world that Americans are taught not to understand... her life is full of lessons worth sharing... Americans who never budge to put an end to their leaders' endless verbal hostility against Russia and preparations for more and more war should
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"De Roeck's life experiences have been intertwined with some of the most fascinating - and also the most horrifying - historical events of the twentieth century...She has seen it all, first hand. Dr. De Roeck's memoir makes for absorbing reading."

- David N. Gibbs, Professor of History, University of Arizona

"De Roeck is a refugee from that great world that Americans are taught not to understand... her life is full of lessons worth sharing... Americans who never budge to put an end to their leaders' endless verbal hostility against Russia and preparations for more and more war should take the opportunity to see the world through the eyes of a woman who has truly been there."

- Diana Johnstone, author of Circle in the Darkness: Memoir of a World Watcher

Galina De Roeck was born in Bihac, Yugoslavia in 1938 to Russian émigré parents and grew up in Belgrade, Germany, Morocco, and Australia. She received her BA at Sydney University and her PhD in Comparative Literature at City University of New York. She has taught at St. Peter's College, Rutgers University, Michigan State University, and the University of Arizona. In addition to her work in the field of literary criticism, Galina De Roeck has lectured on international affairs in the United States and participated in and led peace delegations to Latin America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. The Door in the Nightmare: From the Russian Revolution to Pax Americana is her tell-all of a life lived through war and peace.

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