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S Sebag Montefiore
Writer:Jerusalem.Stalin. YoungStalin. CatherinetheGreat. The Romanovs. Sashenka. OneNightinWinter. RedSkyatNoon. Written in History:LettersthatChangedTheWorld
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Pamela Paul 21h
The Nazis didn’t only burn books. They stole them too.
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Replying to @Moudhy
Adorable research assistant
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June Sarpong MBE 18h
I have officially been been inducted into the Dazongo tribe. After a few dance lessons from the women's cooperative, they were pleased to learn I hadn't lost my Ghana rythm. My new name Awinboyo. If Cheryl Cole can change her name a million times so can I!
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Replying to @ImogenEJ
Good luck
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B&W Thornton Jan 14
Why is Jerusalem So Important? with via
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Writers' BlockBusters Jan 14
"For writers, wasting time is as vital as working" says SASHENKA author Simon Sebag Montefiore... so give yourself space and time to think
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Amanda DiGioia Jan 10
Replying to @MatPDouglas
This is from Simon Sebag Montefiore’s ‘The Romanov’. Catherine has no time for your ish, Maria! Be confident! ‘...stop torturing yourself and be sure of your charms’.
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Rachel Riley 18h
A VERY long thread on the scale of deception, lies and intimidation I’ve had since speaking out about , and the lows those seeking to hide it will stoop to. Since exposing evidence of AS, the attempts to smear me & others have become more and more elaborate.
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S Sebag Montefiore 18h
Replying to @AllanSchlosser
thanks!
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Allan Schlosser 19h
Your take on Putin and his strategic aspirations in "The Romanovs" could not be more cogent or timely in the context of the ongoing Trump-Russia investigation.
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Kate Keehan 📚 Jan 14
Replying to @simonmontefiore
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Jonathan Ball Publishers Jan 15
A collection of the greatest letters in history, charting great events and revealing the unique personalities of some of history's most famous figures Read more here:
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Johny Kreuz Jan 8
Replying to @KikiMusampala
Oh mais je vais me jeter dessus. D’ailleurs si tu ne les a pas lus, je te conseille vivement les ouvrages historiques de Simon Sebag Montefiore sur Jojo (le jeune Staline, la Cour du Tsar Rouge).
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Nathalie Bretecher Jan 13
It's very good! The complete French title is Le bureau des légendes. I'm always à little reluctant towards the TV crap we send you (while I've always been very happy with what came from the other side of the Channel) but there's no risk with this one.
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Jewish Book Week Jan 10
All tickets for Jewish Book Week 2019 are now on sale! From to , from Brecht to Brexit, here's a glimpse of what you can expect from this year's festival.
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S Sebag Montefiore Jan 14
Replying to @LloydLlewJ
Yes we must
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Tom Joad Jan 6
The excellent ‘Written in History’ by Simon Montefiore includes this indescribable letter. I want to find pity for , & others like him who are ignorant and angry and lonely. But we must only hate Nazis, wherever we find them. Cc:
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S Sebag Montefiore Jan 14
I highly recommend Le Bureau by far the best most sophisticated spy thiller tv drama so far. Much better than Homeland or most of our British dramas, its French on embraces complexities of our world esp brilliant on middle east.I ll be bereft when i finish last season
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Juliet Moses Jan 8
Replying to @KoniniSt @maxbtweedie
Yep, and that’s why I don’t appeal to biblical sources and as I said the link I gave you only mentions the bible in passing. Try reading Simon Sebag Montefiore’s history book Jerusalem, as an example that springs to mind.
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Plodding Historian Jan 4
Another to add to the . Or possibly... Could the contents prove inspirational as I plod toward the end of this unnecessarily painful path I've created? 🤔😏
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