Stalin Ate My Homework
Alexei Sayle was born in Liverpool on the day egg rationing came to an end. Alexei always knew his parents were different. They ate salad. And they read the Soviet Weekly. They also travelled. They travelled to northern seaside towns to attend AGMs. And they travelled across Europe.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mancmilhist - LibraryThing
Having parents who took me to 1980s Poland (just before martial law was declared in 1981!) and Czechoslovakia in 1982 this brought back many memories. Particularly the tour of the Heydrich ... Read full review
Review: Stalin Ate My HomeworkUser Review - Andy - Goodreads
Wry take on a 60s Liverpudlian childhood influenced by communist parents and free rail travel to Eastern Block countries... Excellent autobiography of a time when political thinkers and union leaders meant something to the British public. Funny - 4.5 stars! Read full review