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Russian traits and terrors; a faithful picture of the Russia of to-day

Author: Emile Joseph Dillon
Publisher: Boston, B.R. Tucker, 1891 [cover 1894]
Series: Twentieth century library, no. 56
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Dillon, Emile Joseph, 1855-1933.
Russian traits and terrors.
Boston, B.R. Tucker, 1891 [cover 1894]
(OCoLC)600709220
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emile Joseph Dillon
OCLC Number: 3343554
Notes: Cover title: Russian characteristics.
Imprint on cover: New York, Humboldt Pub. Co.
Description: 288 pages 19 cm.
Series Title: Twentieth century library, no. 56
Responsibility: by E.B. Lanin; With an ode by Algernon-Charles Swinburne.

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