Levitan. The voice Stalin

Ella Taranova  Levitan. The voice Stalin
Author: Ella Taranova
Year: 2010
Pages: 240
Cover: hard cover
Book size: 60x90 1/16
ISBN: 978-5-9902040-1-0

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Hitler considered Levitan enemy number one, and only the second he called Stalin. Two hundred and fifty thousand marks were promised to those who bring Levitan alive in Berlin. In Goebbels' Ministry of Propaganda they wanted the announcer of Radio Moscow to announce to the whole world from Berlin of capitulation Russia. But the Nazi plans were not realized. And the message of victory first read too Yuri Levitan.


In 2004, for his achievements in the field of radio art he was awarded the "Radio Mania" as the "Radio legend". Speaker Levitan was actually as to say now, the main media figure before television era. Although, despite the all-union reputation little has been said and written about his personal fate during his life. Meanwhile Levitan's biography is full of interesting and important facts.


The book about radio legend number one is based on archival documents and memoirs of Levitan’s contemporaries. It fills in another page about the winners of the Great Patriotic War.