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  1. Wilmers, Mary-Kay (2012). The Eitingons: A Twentieth Century Story (en inglés). Verso Books. ISBN 1844679004. Artículos en prensa y revistas especializadas. Cangiano, Gustavo (7 de abril de 2010). «Revelaciones exclusivas acerca de cómo la Unión Soviética y los Partidos Comunistas organizaron el asesinato de León Trotsky». Izquierda ...

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  5. 15/10/2022 · And actually, I heard, I think, within three weeks. I got this letter from Mary-Kay Wilmers, who was then the editor, saying she really liked the story and she’d like to publish it.

  6. 15/10/2022 · And actually, I heard, I think, within three weeks. I got this letter from Mary-Kay Wilmers, who was then the editor, saying she really liked the story and she’d like to publish it.

  7. www.lrb.co.uk › collections › down-among-the-press-lordsDown among the Press Lords · LRB

    28/11/2022 · Mary-Kay Wilmers, 7 November 1985 That her husband was a rich and powerful press tycoon was something which, in later accounts, Ann always played down: ‘I regarded newspapers as I did the arrival of groceries and milk and paid but little attention,’ she wrote in 1955 to her brother.