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William Henry Chamberlin

Author Code: AWHC

Born: (?) 1897 - Brooklyn, New York, USA

Died: Sep. 12, 1969 - St. Moritz, Switzerland

Educated at Haverford College, Chamberlin became a journalist and free-lance writer. In 1922, he traveled to Russia as a correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor. Initially impressed with the Soviet system, he soon became disillusioned. In 1930, he published Soviet Russia: A Living Record and a History. He remained in Moscow until 1934 and in 1935 published The Russian Revolution. Chamberlin received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1931. In 1939, he worked as a journalist in France, but in 1941 was forced to flee the Nazis. He returned to the USA and settled in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he continue to work as a free-lance writer. He was a long-standing contributor to The Russian Review, which he also edited until 1946. He died of a heart attack while vacationing in Switzerland in 1969. His many works include Collectivism: A False Utopia (1937), Japan Over Asia (1937), Russia's Iron Age (1937), The Confessions of an Individualist (1940), Japan in China (1940), World's Iron Age (1941), Canada, Today and Tomorrow (1942), Ukraine, a Submerged Nation (1944), America: Partner in World Rule (1945), World Order or Chaos (1946) and Education of a Conservative (1959).

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