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Le paradis du peuple
Bib ID 6612499
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Description Pyongyang, RPD de Coreé : Editions en Langues Etrangères, 1978 
224 pages : illustrations (chiefly coloured), 1 coloured map, portraits (chiefly coloured), music ; 28 cm 
Full contents
  • Les racines historiques du pouvoir populaire
  • Pyongyang, capitale de la revolution
  • Le peuple travailleur est le maitre du pays
  • Tout le monde travaille avec entrain, l'economie du pays se developpe sans cesse
  • L'etat prend soin sous son entiere responsabilite de la vie des travailleurs
  • "Pays de l'enseignement" ou tout le peuple s'instruit
  • Pays de bonne sante et de longevite
  • L'amitie et la solidarite
  • Notre patrie doit etra reunifiee plus tot.
 
Notes

Text in French.

Subjects Korea (North) -- Pictorial works.  |  Korea (North) -- Description and travel.  |  Korea (North) -- Social conditions.

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