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1GEORGE FEIFER


recent publications
- BREAKING OPEN JAPAN. Smithsonian Books, 2006.

- THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA. The Lyons Press, 2001


- essay about the Berlin Tunnel in THE COLD WAR: A MILITARY HISTORY.

Random House, 2006.


- essay about the U-2 Affair in WHAT IF 3. Putnam, 2003
- contribution to NO END TO VICTORY (the Quarterly Journal of Military History’s

best World War II articles). Putnam, 2001; Book of the Month Club main selection


- essay about the Russian revolution in WHAT IF 2. Putnam, 2001
- featured article about World War II’s legacy in World Policy Journal, autumn 2000
- RED FILES: SECRETS: SECRETS FROM THE RUSSIAN ARCHIVES. TV Books, 2000; featured in the PBS documentary series

previous publications:
Books:


JUSTICE IN MOSCOW (Simon and Schuster, 1964)

THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE (for Senator Edward Brooke,

Little Brown, 1967)

MESSAGE FROM MOSCOW (Knopf, 1969) (Book of the Month Club main selection)

THE GIRL FROM PETROVKA (Viking, 1971) (basis for the film starring Anthony Hopkins and Goldie Hawn)

SOLZHENITSYN (Stein & Day, 1972)

OUR MOTHERLAND (Viking, 1973)

MOSCOW FAREWELL (Viking, 1976)**

TO DANCE (with Valery Panov, Knopf, 1978)

THE DESTINED HOUR (With Barbara and Barry Rosen

Doubleday, 1982)

TENNOZAN: THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA AND THE ATOMIC BOMB

(Ticknor and Fields, 1992) (a New York Times "Notable of 1992")

DIVORCE, an Oral Portrait (The New Press, 1995)






Screenwriting:

“Moscow Farewell” (with Victor Nord, for direction by Sir Peter Hall); “The Brothers

Karamazov” (with Harry Moses, for PBS); “Michael and Tanya” (for Paramount and NBC); “Russians, Language and People” (a 20-part BBC series) : “Moscow U” (for

CBS’s “The 20th Century”)


Translation:

THE WHITE STEAMSHIP, a Russian novel by Chingiz Aitmatov

(Hodder and Stoughton, 1976)


Essays published in these anthologies:

CHINA IN REVOLUTION, HISTORY, DOCUMENTS & ANALYSIS,

edited by Vera Simone (Fawcett, 1968)

WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL, edited by Gilbert Geis

(Atherton Press, 1968)

LAW AND THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, edited by Lawrence Friedman and Stewart Macaulay (Bobbs-Merrill, 1969)

MIRROR Of MAN, READINGS IN SOCIOLOGY & LITERATURE,

edited by Jane Dabaghian (Little Brown, 1970)

SOVIET INSTITUTIONS AND POLICIES, INSIDE VIEWS,

edited by William G. Andrews (Norton, 1970)

MAN, STATE AND SOCIETY IN THE SOVIET UNION,

edited by Joseph L. Nogee (Prager, 1972)

DISSENT IN THE USSR, edited by Rudolph Tokes (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975)

ANNUAL EDITIONS: COMPARATIVE POLITICS

(Dushkin Publishing Group, 1984)

AN INVITATION TO LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE by Richard Lempert and Joseph Sanders (Longman, 1986)

SOURCES, 1989 ANNUAL: SOVIET-AMERICAN DEBATE

(Greenhaven Press, 1989)

THE AMERICAN SYSTEM OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE by George F.

Cole (Brooks Publishing, 1992)

THE GREATEST U.S. NAVY STORIES EVER TOLD. edited by Iain C Martin

(The Lyons Press, 2006)




Articles, essays and book reviews published in these and other American magazines:

The Atlantic, Harper's, the New Republic, Look, GEO (New York), the Saturday Review, the Reader's Digest, the New York Times Magazine, the New York Times Book Review, the

New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Nation, Book World, the Saturday Evening Post, Conde Nast's Traveler, Holiday, Civilization, the Quarterly Review of Military History, World Policy Journal, Penthouse, the Baltimore Sun, The Reporter...


Articles, essays, reviews published in these and other British and European magazines:

The Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Times, the Sunday Times Magazine, the Sunday Telegraph, the Telegraph Sunday Magazine, the Guardian, the Observer Magazine, the Spectator, the Reader's Digest (French, English, Italian, German and Scandinavian editions),

l'Esprit, GEO (Hamburg), Stern, Die Zeit...
education: Harvard College, B.A., (magna cum laude)

Columbia University, Russian Institute Certificate, (PhD. requirements completed except dissertation) Moscow State University (exchange year,1962)


awards: Christopher Medal, 1983; Ford Fellowship, 1963; Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, 1960 - 1962; Phi Beta Kappa, 1956

employment:

2001: OSCE supervisor of Kosovo parliamentary elections

1999: OSCE observer of Russian Duma elections

1988: instructor in Soviet studies, Dartmouth College summer school

1984-1990: lecturer about Russians as People at Ohio State, Notre Dame, Tulane, Carelton, Clark, St. Olaf, William and Mary and scores of other colleges and universities

1965 - present: free-lance writing

1962 - 1980: various roles on BBC radio and television, including "Russians Language & People," a 20-part series

1964: newswriter, CBS News



1956 - 1958: Officer Candidate's School and service aboard a U.S. naval destroyer



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