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The Bolshevik revolution: its rise and meaning,

Author: M M Litvinov; Ivy Litvinov
Publisher: London, British Socialist Party [1919]
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M M Litvinov; Ivy Litvinov
OCLC Number: 2971510
Notes: On cover: Third and enlarged edition, with additional chapter, compiled by Ivy Litvinoff from notes left by her husband, bringing the record down to the end of 1918.
Description: 54 pages 19 cm
Responsibility: by Maxim Litvinoff.

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Early Communist pamphlet

by dudeman5685 (WorldCat user published 2013-04-30) Fair Permalink

This pamphlet by Soviet leader Maxsim Litvinov is available online here

 

 

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