3 edition of Seventy years of Soviet government found in the catalog.
Seventy years of Soviet government
Vladimir Semenovich Gurevich
Title on colophon: Sovetskoĭ vlasti-- 70 let 1917-1987.
|Other titles||70 years of Soviet government.|
|Statement||Vladimir Gurevich, Vitali Tretyakov ; [translated from the Russian by Boris Lunkov].|
|Contributions||Treti͡a︡kov, Vitaliĭ Tovievich.|
|LC Classifications||HC335 .G88513 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||88155606|
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