Review: Red Horizons: The True Story of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescus’ Ion Mihai Pacepa is the highest-ranking Soviet-bloc official ever to defect to the. Ion Mihai Pacepa is a former three-star general in the Securitate, the secret police of Communist Romania, who defected to the. Results 1 – 24 of 24 Red Horizons: The True Story of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescus’ Crimes, Lifestyle, and Corruption by Ion Mihai Pacepa and a great.
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Pacepa has several other books, too, very much worth reading. About Ion Mihai Pacepa.
Engaging book revealing the decadence and abuse of the Ceausecus during their time in power. One ventures into such subject matter knowing ahead of time that the information is going to be unpleasant. See and discover other items: Jun 24, Nikolas Larum rated it liked it Shelves: Regnery PublishingApr 15, – True Crime – pages. A first hand account of the inside workings of communist Romania. It is a true public opinion survey. It would explain from the love of an invisible god to the veneration of a disgusting Osama Ben Laden.
All his books are written as articles for tabloids – everything has to be shocking, and bombastic.
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Jan 02, Katherine Hernandez rated it really liked it. Nevertheless, if one miahi to have a better understanding of the people behind the image created by the propaganda machine, I think that this book provides an interesting perspective.
This book was loaned to me by an exile from Romania, he said I would be shocked and I was. Of course most of the teachers in today’s schools would burn these books.
Red Horizons was subsequently republished mihi 29 countries, and it was made into a documentary movie by the Hungarian TV. Here is my favorite Ceausescu quote, regarding his plans to wiretap every home in Romania: Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. No eBook available Amazon. Get to Know Us.
This book represents Dictator Ceausescu like a genius who was paacepa big, but in reality he was a just a simple stupid peasant. While this book may not be of interest to most readers, although it is both fascinating and horrible, I read it in honor of many of our Hungarian friends of Romanian descent.
Red Horizons : The True Story of Nicolae and Elena Ceausescus’ Crimes, Lifestyle, and Corruption
Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Reading this book makes me ask questions about what happened after Pacepa’s defection, both to him and to Romania, and it helps me to understand more about what my family had been through. But he brought with him knowledge of how the Communist intelligence services worked, and unlike his contemporary, Ded Wolf in the East German Stasi, Pacepa decided to come clean. You don’t get to be the head of a foreign intelligence agency by not participating in the acts he was writing about.
One ventures into such subject matter knowing ahead of time that the information is going to be unpleasant. They built the second largest building on earth, and one of the ugliest This is rrd memoir of Romania’s top spy for Stalinism’s oddest creations – Nicolai and Elena Ceausescu of Romania.
It is told as a story should be, pacspa emotion, grabbing my interest. In holding the positions he purports to have had, Pacepa must have done his share of the type of fawning he describes his colleagues doing.
Mar 28, Meg Lindsay rated it really liked it. Five Romanian diplomats in West Germany, who had helped Carlos the Jackal in this operation, were expelled from the country. As that generation “had not lived through that history and did not know better, [this] time it worked. Although it might have made it less ‘accurate’. DuringPacepa published a book, Red Horizons: Their murders were appropriate. Overall I really enjoyed it. In a letter to his daughter, Dana, published in the French newspaper Le Monde in and broadcast over and over by Radio Free EuropePacepa explained the reason for defecting: A story not well-known in America, but fascinating to discover.
Peake called Pacepa’s theory an “imaginative story” and “implausible”.