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family of fraternal peoples 50 years since the formation of the Uzbek, Kirghiz, Turkmen and Tajik Socialist Republics. by

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Published by Novosti Press Agency in Moscow .
Written in English


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Cover title: Soviet Central Asia - a close-knit family of peoples.

Other titlesSoviet Central Asia - a close-knit family of peoples.
The Physical Object
Pagination128p., [16]p. of col. plates :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21765161M

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