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John Reed, Romania in 1915

John Reed

John Reed, Romania in 1915

as seen by a radical American journalist

by John Reed

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Published by Roman Cultural Foundation in Cluj-Napoca .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title.

Statementedited, with an introduction by Kurt W. Treptow.
SeriesBulletin of the Center for Transylvanian Studies -- vol.2, no.1
ContributionsTreptow, Kurt W., Roman Cultural Foundation., Center forTransylvanian Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p.
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19797577M

John Silas "Jack" Reed (Octo – Octo ) was an American journalist, poet, and socialist activist, best remembered for his first-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution, Ten Days That Shook the was married to writer and feminist Louise died in Russia in , and was buried at the Kremlin Wall Necropolis, one of only two Americans to have been given. MIA: Marxist Writers: John Reed Biography BOOKS Insurgent Mexico The War in Eastern Europe Ten Days That Shook the World Articles, Letters, Speeches, etc A Taste of Justice War in Paterson The traders’ war Mac—American The Worst Thing in Europe A Daughter of the Revolution Love at Sea Roosevelt Sold Them Out.

Journalist John Reed (most famous, I guess, for his book about the Russian Revolution, Ten Days that Shook the World, and for being played by Warren Beatty in the movie, Reds) traveled throughout Eastern Europe along with illustrator Boardman Robinson (whose drawing add quite a lot to the overall effectiveness of the book) during the spring and summer and into the fall of , looking for /5(3). In John Reed and his artist friend Boardman Robinson began a journey which would take them through the war-torn countries of Eastern Europe. They travelled for seven months, writing about and sketching the people and the scenes they discovered. This highly personal account concentrates on the national and racial characteristics and tensions 5/5(1).

Reed and Robinson traveled through Serbia, Bucovina (currently Romania and Ukraine), Galicia (currently Poland and Ukraine), Poland, Romania, Russia, and Turkey. Among other events, the book describes the typhus epidemic in Serbia and the Russian retreat from Poland to Galicia. All about Reviews: The War in Eastern Europe by John Reed. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(3).


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As a journalist of Romania in 1915 book talent and a witness to John Reed situation in Romania inon the eve of its entry into the war, his accounts are insightful reading for anyone interested in this period of Romanian history or in the author himself. John Reed’s writings on Romania are comprised of two principal texts.

Romania during World War I faced a unique situation. Although ruled by a German king, it had strong cultural and historical ties to France and the West.

The young nation also had territorial ambitions that it hoped to satisfy. As a result, the country maintained a cautious neutrality in the early years of the war before ultimately deciding to enter the conflict on the side of the Allies in.

John Reed proves the obverse: "In Petrograd, I have seen a crowded café at two o'clock in the morning – of course no liquor was to be had – shouting and singing and pounding on the tables, quite intoxicated with ideas" (pp.

).Reviews: 7. John Reed C. Scribner's Sons, - Journalists - pages 1 Review The author writes about his experience during World War I, and the human beings he encountered in the countries of Eastern 5/5(1). One of the most dramatic periods in modern history, the World War I era also marked a turning point in Romanian history.

This is a collection of studies presented by Romanian, American and British scholars at the Fourth International Conference of the Center for Romanian Studies held in Iasi and Focsani, Romania, from Juneon the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the end of the.

John "Jack" Silas Reed (Octo – Octo ) was an American journalist, poet, and communist activist. Reed first gained prominence as a war correspondent during the first World War, and later became best known for his coverage of the October Revolution in Petrograd, Russia, which he wrote about in his book Ten Days That Shook the World.

On the outbreak of the First World War, Reed went to Europe where he covered the battle fronts in France, Germany, Russia, Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria for The Masses and the Metropolitan Magazine. He saw World War I as a “Clash of Traders” and showed little sympathy for any of the participants and observed with dismay that working-class solidarity was being replaced by militarism.

Although ruled by a German king, Romania had strong cultural and historical ties to France and the West. The young nation also had territorial ambitions that it hoped to satisfy. The country maintained a cautious neutrality in the early years of the war.

John Reed proves the obverse: "In Petrograd, I have seen a crowded café at two o'clock in the morning – of course no liquor was to be had – shouting and singing and pounding on the tables, quite intoxicated with ideas" (pp.

Though written a century ago, some of his observations have lost none of their s: 7. A journalist of great talent and an eyewitness to the situation in Romania inon the eve of its entry into the war, John Reed’s accounts are worth reading for anyone interested in this period.

Buy Romania during World War I: Observations of an American Journalist by John Reed, A.K. Brackob (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. John Reed's writings on Romania are comprised of two principal texts.

The first, "Rumania in Difficulties," is a chapter from his book, The War in Eastern Europe, originally published in The second, "The Rights of Small Nations," is from a posthumous volume of stories entitled, Daughter of the Revolution and Other Stories, edited by.

John Reed's most famous book is Ten Days that Shook the World (later filmed as the movie "Reds"), an account of the Russian Revolution of Octoberwritten from his perspective as a journalist who was actually there, in St Petersburg.

The War in Eastern Europe was written a couple of years earlier, based on his wanderings through the war-torn Balkans.4/5(5). John Silas Reed, often referred to by his nickname, Jack, was an American journalist, poet & communist activist, remembered for his 1st-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution, Ten Days that Shook the World.

He was the 1st husband of the writer & feminist Louise Bryant/5(2). In the Springthe American journalist John Reed and a companion took an extended trip to Eastern Europe. They began their trip in Serbia, which had recently repulsed two Austro-Hungarian invasions.

Reed then moved onto the Galician Front. This was not a good time to be on the Russian side of the disintegrating s: 7. LOUISE BRYANT AND JOHN “JACK” Reed’s romance — if not their fidelity — endured beyond their initial meeting in Portland, Oregon, to the end of their lives, when they each expressed loving thoughts for each other.

Shortly before her death, in a hurriedly penciled postcard from Paris to radical artist Art Young, Bryant declared, “If I get [to heaven] before you do or later.

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Romania during World War I: Observations of an American Journalist by. John Reed, A.K. Brackob (Introduction) avg rating — 0 ratings — 3 editions.A journalist of great talent and an eyewitness to the situation in Romania inon the eve of its entry into the war, John Reed’s accounts are worth reading for anyone interested in this period of Romanian history or in the author himself.War in Eastern Europe: Travels Through the Balkans in by John Reed.

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