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I heard that some Petrograd journalists , reporters for cheap gossip rags , were going to the Ukraine . Their documents were in order . A Moscow journalist arranged for me to meet them . Though not exactly delighted , they agreed to ...
You've heard me - get into the trams ! ' the airman said crossly . ' Didn't I tell you we'd get transport ? These are military trams . ' The Cossacks gabbled cheerfully . " There's a civilised war for you ! ' Father Gervaise must have ...
The noise must have been heard far beyond its precincts . An agonised cry for mercy , it beat against the dark , low sky and echoed back to earth . The pogrom never got under way . Taken aback , the authorities changed their minds .
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