Lenin has 58 ratings and 5 reviews. Lenin Antoniego Ferdynanda Ossendowskiego – jedna z pierwszych polskich powieści biograficznych – ma wiele odsłon. Lenin by Antoni Ferdynand Ossendowski, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Buy Lenin by Antoni Ferdynand Ossendowski (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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After the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War — Ossendowski moved to Harbin in Manchuriawhere he founded a Central Technical Research Laboratorya Russian-financed institution for development of the ore deposits in the area. P1en1ek rated it it was amazing Sep 02, This page was last edited on 23 Novemberat No trivia or quizzes yet. For his description of his trip to Crimea and Constantinoplehe received his first royalty.
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He continued to travel to different parts of the world, and after each journey he published a book or two. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Beasts, Men and Gods. Views Read Edit View history. In Manchuria, he also became one of the leaders of the considerable Polish diaspora and published his first novel in PolishNoc Night.
After his arrival in New York City, Ossendowski started to work for the Polish diplomatic service and possibly as a spy. However, he also proved to be an exceptional military commander, and his forces grew rapidly. Maciej rated it it was amazing Sep 18, He served at various posts, among others as an intelligence officer, an envoy to the intervention corps from the United States and an assistant to the Polish 5th Rifle Division of Maj. Pima73 rated it it was amazing Sep 18, Books by Ferdynand Oasendowski Ossendowski.
Ferdynand Antoni Ossendowski
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. During the summer, he was frequently enrolled as a ship’s writer on the Odessa – Vladivostok line, a job that allowed him to visit many parts of Asia, including Japan, SumatraChina, Malaya and Indonesia.
Return to Book Page. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource. After the outbreak of the February Revolution ofOssendowski moved yet again, to Siberiathis time to Omskwhere he started giving lectures at the local university.
The relative obscurity of much of Ossendowski’s output means that many books have been published twice under different names or with no date of publication. Marina rated it it was amazing Sep 16, There he continued to write books and at the same time headed the Society of the Gold and Platinum Industry and several newspapers and journals, both in Russian and in Polish.
Maciej Aszyk rated it it was ok Apr 14, As an assistant to professor Aleksander Zalewskihe traveled to many distant areas, including Siberiathe Caucasus and the Altay Mountains.
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Lenin : Antoni Ferdynand Ossendowski :
Ferdynand Antoni Ossendowski was a Polish writer, journalist, traveler, globetrotter, explorer, anti-communist, university professor, a member of the French Academy, political activist. Many of his books were confiscated from the libraries and burnt. The following list is an approximate and incomplete ferdyband only. Thanks for telling us about the problem. He studied at the famous gymnasium in Kamieniec Podolskibut he moved with his father, a renowned ossendoeski, to Saint Petersburgwhere he graduated from a school in Russian.
At the same time, he remained an advisor to the Polish government and an expert sovietologist. He is best known for his books: