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Twenty years of the Soviet Republics
Bib ID 424110
Format BookBook
Description London : World Committee of Societies of the Friends of the Soviet Union, 1937 
21 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Twenty years that changed history : twentieth anniversary of the Soviet Republics.

Subjects Communism -- Soviet Union.  |  Soviet Union -- History -- 1917-1936.
Also Titled

Twenty years that changed history : twentieth anniversary of the Soviet Union.

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