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Boris Balinsky Memoirs (Digital Surrogates)
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Boris Balinsky Memoirs (Digital Surrogates), 1988, contains digitized copies of Balinsky's typewritten memoir. Digitized materials are divided in files arranged according with topical areas covered in the original document: introduction; childhood; russian civil war; Balinsky's studies on entomology and family matters; imprisonment of his wife Katia; his life in Kiev, in Germany, and in Scotland; his experience at Munich at the University of United Nations Repatriation and Rehabilitation Administration; the role of music in Balynsky's life; the beginning of his scientific career; the period of his life he calls "Years of prosperity"; families Stengel and Gruber; Family Syngayevsky; and other Travels. Memoirs cover a period approximately form 1905 to 1949.

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