He wanted to sleep in the Kremlin

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Reynal & Hitchcock , New York
World War, 1939-1945 -- Soviet U

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Soviet U

Statement[by] Gerhard Schacher.
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LC ClassificationsD764 .S35
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Pagination5 p. l., 3-261 p.
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Open LibraryOL6437653M
LC Control Number42018131
OCLC/WorldCa1527213

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Excerpt from He Wanted to Sleep in the Kremlin For a lifetime Dr. Gerhard Schacher studied the danger created for the peace Of Europe and the world by the successors to the Teutonic knights the German Junkers and their master and utensil Adolf Hitler.

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The Colonel undressed fastidiously, calling for an orderly to polish his boots and press his uniform while he slept. He was tired enough that he didn’t even feel the need for a drink.

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A coffeepot sat on the table. If he didn’t have some coffee he’d soon be incoherent. If he did, he’d be unable to go back to sleep.

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Well, the government wasn’t paying him to sleep. Ryan poured himself some coffee. “Nikki Wagner called in sick. They want me to take over her class this afternoon,” she told him on reentering the car. Her husband grunted.

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People with Trump during his lone visit to Moscow have said he stayed only one night in the Russian capital, and was alone in his room for only five or six hours, enough time to sleep. Comey and three other intelligence officials, Jim Clapper, John Brennan and Mike Rogers, briefed Trump on an intelligence community assessment of Russia’s.

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