Cilvēki maskās

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  • Title: Cilvēki maskās
  • Author: Vilis Lācis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
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    About “Vilis Lācis

    • Vilis Lācis

      Vilis L cis May 12, 1904 February 6, 1966 was a Latvian writer and Communist politician.L cis was born into a working class family in Manga i, near Riga He was a manual labourer, mostly working in the port of Riga and writing in his free time In 1933, he published his hugely successful novel Zvejnieka d ls Fisherman s Son , making him one of the most popular and commercially successful Latvian writers of the 1930s His novels have been characterized as popular fiction, not always liked by high brow critics, but widely read by ordinary readers.Throughout this period, L cis maintained underground ties to the officially banned Communist Party of Latvia L cis was under periodic surveillance by the Latvian secret services due to his political activities Eventually L cis became a favorite of Latvian dictator Karlis Ulmanis, who personally ordered the destruction of the surveillance files on L cis L cis wrote newspaper editorials highly favorable of the Ulmanis regime, while still secretly remaining a Communist supporter, and Ulmanis s government generously funded L cis s writing and a film adaptation of Fisherman s Son.L cis s Communist links became public after Latvia was occupied by the Soviet Union, when he was appointed as Minister of the Interior in the puppet government of Augusts Kirhen teins After Latvia was illegally incorporated in the USSR in August 1940, L cis became Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Latvian SSR nominally, Prime Minister and served in this position from 1940 to 1959 He was regarded mostly as a figurehead, as most of the actual decisions were made by the Central Committee of the Communist Party As first Minister of the Interior and then Chairman of the Supreme Soviet, he must take personal responsibility for the Stalinist deportations and other aspects of the police state, and signed orders for the arrest and deportation of over 40,000 people.L cis s books have been translated into than 50 languages, with translations into Russian being the most numerous He remains the most translated Latvian writer.

    593 thoughts on “Cilvēki maskās

    • Tēli mazliet plakātiski, un sižetā vairākkart pavīd nemotivēti pagriezieni, taču kopumā stāsts labs - ja nebūtu padomju laiku, Lācis visdrīzak itin pelnīti kļūtu par alternatīvās jaunatnes vietējo kulta autoru.


    • Ja grāmata liek man raudāt, tā ir izcili uzrakstītaKomunists ne komunists, bet Vilis Lācis ir pelnījis lielāku atzinību kā latviešu rakstnieks, viennozīmīgi.!


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