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|Named Person:||Bernard Shaw|
|Notes:||See Laurence, A281, B246, C3136.
Lists George Bernard Shaw as a prominent supporter of the Congress under literature (p. 7).
Lists "Why the U.S.S.R. joined the League" on display for inspection by delegates (book distributed by the New Fabian Research Burea) and "Shaw-Wells-Keynes on Stalin-Wells Talk (distributed by the New Statesman).
|Description:||19 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Responsibility:||Congres of peace and friendship with the U.S.S.R.|