Leaders of the Russian revolution : microform, 1994.


Akselʹrod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich), 1850-1928. Leaders of the Russian revolution : microform, 1994.

Leaders of the Russian revolution : microform, 1994.

Relates to Russian revolutionaries. Filmed from holdings of the Rossiĭskiĭ t︠s︡entr khranenii︠a︡ i izuchenii︠a︡ dokumentov noveĭsheĭ istorii.

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