by Robert Blobaum at the Library of Congress
Warsaw during the First World War" by Robert Blobaum at the Library of CongressThe European Division and Polish Language Table of the Library of Congress, in partnership with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, present Robert Blobaum discussing his new book, A Minor Apocalypse: Warsaw during the First World War.
Robert Blobaum is the Eberly Family Distinguished Professor of History at West Virginia University. In addition to A Minor Apocalypse, he is the editor of Antisemitism and Its Opponents in Modern Poland (2005), and the author of the award-winning Rewolucja: Russian Poland, 1904-1907 (1995) and Feliks Dzierzynski and the SDKPiL: A Study of the Origins of Polish Communism (1984).
Book sales and signing to follow.
Where: European Reading Room, LJ-249
(2nd floor, Thomas Jefferson Building)
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