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Gleb Rahr

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From 1960-1963, the Rahr family relocated to Japan, where he directed a Russian-language program on Japanese radio in Tokyo. During this time, he also taught Russian at the Tokyo campus of the University of Maryland. (When the Rahr family returned to Germany, he would teach Russian Literature and History at one of the University of Maryland's campuses there.) From 1963 until 1974, Gleb Rahr again worked for the Frankfurt publisher he had years before.
From 1974-1995, Rahr worked for [[w:Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty|Radio Liberty ]] in Munich. He led programs going into the Soviet Union of religious nature along with the programs "The Baltic Lighthouse", "Russia Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow", and "Not from Bread Alone." For many in the Soviet Union, these radio programs were the only opportunity to get truthful information about the plight of the Russian Orthodox Church.
==Church Work==
*[ German Wikipedia Article] (This article is based on the article Leben und Wirken des exilrussischen Journalisten und Kirchenhistorikers Gleb Rahr. Quelle: "Bratstwo-Bote" Ausgabe 2007, Bad Kissingen. / The Life and Works of the Exile Russian Journalist and Church Historian Gleb Rahr; Source: "Bratstwo-Bote"; 2007 edition; Bad Kissingen, Germany)
*[ Detailed obituary] SputnikNews, March 10, 2006 (in German)
*[ The Death Train to Dachau]
*[ Dachau 1945: The Souls of All are Aflame]
*[ Pascha (Easter) at Dachau] recollections of Gleb Rahr ('''Note: ''' Mr. Rahr's account of Pascha at Dachau was written in English by his daughter Xenia in 1998, most likely for the book ''Dachau 29 April 1945: The Rainbow Liberation Memoirs'' by Sam Dann (ISBN 0896723917). This account has been republished in many, many places. However, over the years, even many reputable sites have pieces that have been altered or missing. This snapshot of a Geocities page is probably the originalonline posting, as it was first posted in early 2000, seems to be the most complete, and was published with the knowledge and blessing of Mr. Rahr's daughter Xenia.)
*[ Ein Russe Erzaehlt] A Russian Tells His Story (In German)
*[ The Russian Orthodox Chapel at Dachau]

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