Georgiy Chernyavskiy (PhD, Kharkov University, Ukraine) is professor emeritus of history at the Ukrainian Academy of Culture in Kharkov and is now an independent researcher living in Baltimore. The author of many books on Bulgarian and Russian history, his most recent, published in Russian, are Leon Trotsky (2010), Experience of Misfortune and Surviving: The Fate of Bulgarian Jews during World War Two (2007, with Larisa Dubova), Sagas of the Truth and Lies: Political Dramas of the Twentieth Century (2004), and The Shadow of the Devil’s Wing: Bolshevism and National Socialism — A Comparative Historical Analysis (2003). With his colleagues, Chernyavskiy received the Lomonosov Prize for the textbook Historiography of the History of Southern and Western Slavs (1967). He received also the Great Gold Medal of Sofia University (Bulgaria) for his studies in Bulgarian modern history.
Max Eastman: From Left to Right
Georgiy Chernyavskiy reviews “Max Eastman: A Life,” a biography by Christoph Irmscher....