Viata trece ca un glont. Memoriile unui reporter BBC pdf

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With photos from the author’s personal archive Dorian Galbinski (Dorian Galor) was the longest-serving member of the Romanian-language editorial staff of a famous radio station: BBC World Service, covering the history of World War II, the Cold War and then the fall of the Iron Curtain. As a valuable witness to political events that he remembers in their humorous or consequential details, the author of this book gradually becomes the reporter of his own life. He left his native Constanta in the 1960s, went to Israel, found himself in the army and at war, separated from his parents and relatives, got married, then went to England, thanks to his radio voice was hired by BBC WS, took part as a translator in Nicolae Ceaușescu’s visit to Buckingham Palace, had a beer with Prince Philip. Enriched by communication with the people he met and the experience of his sufferings and achievements, Dorian Galbinski is now writing this book of biographical and professional adventures, which will delight any reader concerned with the memory of lived history. Life Passes Like a Bullet invites its readers on an exciting journey through three countries and eras, united in the warp of a single destiny. – TATIANA NICULESCU


Autor: Dorian Galbinski
Editura: Humanitas
Colectie: Memorii, jurnale
Anul aparitiei: 2.021
Luna aparitiei: 3
Tip coperta: Brosata
Numar de pagini: 372
Format: 130 x 200
ISBN: 978-973-50-7035-9
Cod de bare: 9789735070359

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