Wolves in Russia: Anxiety Through the Ages

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This book is a unique review of wolves as experienced in a culture much different than ours in North America. This book summarizes the massive research on wolves, particular those in Russia. The killing of humans by wolves is generally suppressed as reading material. This book documents the fear of Russian people because of the large number of people being killed by wolves. The diseases carried by wolves is another concern. These are explained in this book in detail. The need for control of wolves runs throughout this book. Wolves are not the positive influence in balancing nature as may be thought. Without control there is wide damage to humans, domesticated animals, and wild animals.<<<More information and to purchase>>>

Book Reviews

By Tom Remngton

Available in the Finnish language

This book, Wolves in Russia: Anxiety Through the Ages, has been translated into Finnish. On the cover, the picture is made from a 1942, lithograph by T. Berger, Berlin with a title “Ein Friedenst√∂rer” (An intruder).

The scenery is probably from a village in Northern Poland or Koenigsberg. Night is falling and a wolf is coming into a peaceful village.

Copies of the book can be found at the print, PR Offset in Joensuu, Finland.

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