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Valery Panyushkin

Displaced. Civilians in the Russia-Ukraine War

Cover: Displaced. Civilians in the Russia-Ukraine War - Valery Panyushkin

Valery Panyushkin

Displaced. Civilians in the Russia-Ukraine War

2024, pp. , Paperback
ISBN: 9781787705470
Translated by: Brian James Baer, Ellen Vayner
Region: Russia
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The book

A Russian journalist’s first-hand account of the heartbreak and resilience of ordinary Ukrainians faced with Putin’s aggression.

In Displaced, Russian journalist Valery Panyushkin chronicles the devastating impact of his country’s invasion of Ukraine. By uncovering the stories of ordinary Ukrainians thrust into the chaos of war, and transformed overnight from citizens into victims and refugees, Panyushkin sheds light on the brutal crimes committed by the Russian regime, and offers a necessary act of truth-telling and atonement.

Reporting from cities and villages across Ukraine, Panyushkin delves into individual lives shattered by conflict, illuminating the human cost of war beyond the battlefront. Through interviews with people from all walks of life, the book paints a vivid picture of the challenges, choices, and hopes of those caught in the turmoil of war.

Urgent and necessary, Displaced is not only a compelling account of loss and survival, but also a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, a call for empathy and solidarity, and a Russian writer’s tribute to the courage of the Ukrainian people.

The author

Valery Panyushkin
Valery Panyushkin is a well-known, and widely translated, journalist and writer. He is the author of eleven books, two of which are about the Russian opposition movement, and the latest, Prison Cell #18, about repression and torture in Belarus. Panyushkin is the recipient of the Golden Pen of Russia award. He lives in Moscow.

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