The East Came West
By Peter J. Huxley-Blythe. The Cossacks, and more than a million Russians, fought against Communism during World War II, and they still hate Communism today. But they are not pro-American nor are they pro-West.
While researching material for the writing of The East Came West, Mr. Peter J. Huxley-Blythe discovered why these people do not trust the United States or Great Britain. When the war in Europe ended, millions of Russian men, women and children sought sanctuary in the West.
They met terror face to face. They were physically beaten into submission and then shipped like cattle back to the Soviet Union to face Stalin’s executioners, or to serve long sentences at hard labor in the death camps of Siberia.
The author claims that this brutal appeasement policy was contrary to recognized international law, and was initiated and carried out by the Supreme Allied Commander, General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
From survivors, Mr. Huxley-Blythe obtained the details of the Cossacks’ fight for freedom from 1941 until 1945, and from them he learned the method used by the British to betray them. Former members of the “Russian Liberation Army” and refugees told him of the treatment they had received from U.S. troops who forced them back to the merciless Soviet leaders using rifles and bayonets.
Softcover, 224 pages