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Communist plan for victory and peace
Bib ID 2271824
Format BookBook
Author
Communist Party of Australia
 
Description Melbourne : Victorian State Executive, Australian Communist Party, [1945?] 
56 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Part 1. Address to State Conference by Ralph Gibson.

Cover title.

Subjects Communism -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Gibson, Ralph, 1906-
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