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prostitutes) on the margins of war, poverty, and hope. His 2005 novel ''Europe Central'' follows the trajectories of a wide range of characters (including Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich) caught up in the fighting between Germany and the Soviet Union, and won the 2005 National Book Award for Fiction (National Book Award#Fiction). History During the Soviet (Soviet Union) era, especially after World War II, the city was a regional industrial and transport center


Germany

composer Dmitri Shostakovich) caught up in the fighting between Germany and the Soviet Union, and won the 2005 National Book Award for Fiction (National Book Award#Fiction). '''HMS ''Jaguar'' (F34)''' was a J class (J and K class destroyer) destroyer of the Royal Navy laid down by William Denny, Brothers and Company (William Denny and Brothers), Limited, of Dumbarton in Scotland on 25 November 1937, launched on 22 November 1938


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