Life Triumphs – Sharov

In this post, we will see the book Life Triumphs by A. Sharov.

About the book

The book tells us story of how the terrible disease of plague was conquered. Starting from Danilo Samoilovich, a Ukrainian, founder of epidemiology in the Russian Empire, the book explores the journey of finding a cure for plague.

The book was translated from Russian by Violet Dutt and was published in 1955 by Foreign Languages Publishing House.

This translation has been made from the Russian edition published by the Sovetsky Pisatel Publishing House, Moscow 1953.

You can get the book here.

Original scan by DLI.

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Contents

CONTENTS

THE BEGINNING OF THE JOURNEY

Danila Samoilovich 5
Vetlyanka Village 22
The First Weapon 34
Invisible Currents 46
At Home 66
In Search of the Non-Existent 85
The Plague Fort 96

TWO VICTORIES

In Manchuria 112
The Moscow Plague Centre 119
The Manchurian Plague Riddle Solved 137
The Caspian Area 143
At the Fisheries 147
The Second Victory 154

WHAT COULD BE AND WHAT IS

The Conquest of a Continent 174
The Fate of Dr. Kellogg 178
A Conversation in Smolny 191

THE REALIZATION OF THE IDEA

The Beginning of the Offensive 195
“AMP” 207
The “EV” Strain 217
Against Death 224
The Experiments Continue 229
The Third Task 231
Pages from a Diary 23S

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