[Missouri-l] Accessible World Announcement: A World View of history has a new Name. Jan. 4, 2011
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Get ready for next year when we meet on the first Tuesday, January 4th in
the Accessible World's new History Room. We will have a new name, "A JOURNEY
THROUGH HISTORY" AND A NEW TIME and day, THE FIRST Tuesday of the month. We
will still be reading historical non-fiction. However we plan to include
Historical Fiction also.
Our next book will be "MUTINY: THE TRUE EVENTS THAT INSPIRED THE HUNT FOR
RED OCTOBER" by David Hagberg and Boris Gindin. David Hagberg is an author
of over fifty mystery and suspense novels. Boris Gindin is a co-author and
was a former Senior Lieutenant on the Soviet Sub-Chaser, Scorozhevoy during
the mutiny. Now a US. citizen, he had remained silent for over thirty years
out of fear of the KGB.
The book describes how Valery Sablin, the ships political officer and a
disillusioned Marxist ideologue seized control of the ship, locking up
Boris, the Captain and some officers and attempted to send a radio message
to the Russian people denounceing the rampant corruption of the Soviet
Government of Leonid Brezhnnev . A nervous crewwman misdirected the message
which went out only to military channels. Leonid Brezhnnevthe ordered the
navy to sink the Scorozhevoy along with it's crew. Boris Gindin was there
and an active eyewitness whose actions probably saved the lives of the 150
Mutiny: The True Events That Inspired The Hunt for Red October
Read by Roy Avers. Reading time 10 hours 4 minutes.
World History). 2008.
Download Mutiny: The True Events That Inspired The Hunt for Red October,
You can find Tom Clancey's 1984 fictional thriller on NLS at The Hunt for
Red October (RC 21513, BR 7205
The group will meet on the first Tuesday of every month and will be
facilitated by Don Queen, Email: queens at pacbell.net
Date:Tuesday, January 4th 2011.
Time: 6:00 PM PST, 7:00 PM MST, 8:00 PM CST, 9:00 PM EST
and elsewhere in the world Thursday 02:00 GMT.
Approximately 20 minutes prior to the event start time; go to The History
Select The History Room at: www.accessibleworld.org
Enter your first and last names on the sign-in screen.
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software, there is a small, safe software program that you need to download
and then run. A link to the software is available on every entry screen to
the Accessible World rooms.
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