The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (644) Jimmie Moglia – Tolstoy’s War And Peace, Dostoyevsky’s 19th Century Russia And The Jews

The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (644) Jimmie Moglia – Tolstoy’s War And Peace, Dostoyevsky’s 19th Century Russia And The Jews

In today’s show originally broadcast on May 1 2018, EuroFolkRadio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Jimmie Moglia, for a show entitled, “Tolstoy’s War And Peace, Dostoyevsky’s 19th Century Russia, And The Jews.”

We discussed: the various ways in which people can read Tolstoy’s, “War And Peace,” you don’t have to read the whole book as there are summarized versions available; the main characters in Tolstoy’s novel; how Dostoyevsky started his career as a journalist; Dostoyevsky’s, “Diary Of A Writer,”; how the Tsarist government tried a variety of methods to appease the Jews, and make their presence more acceptable to the Russian population; how the Jews have been historically at the forefront of the miscegenation of every other race apart from their own; how there is no other race in history that every complained as much as the Jews; how the Jews tried to get control of the news media in 19th Century Russia; the Jews involved in the American Civil War; and many other topics.

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