Soviet Union and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
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Soviet Union and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam friendship, solidarity and cooperation by G. Popov

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Published by Novosti Press Agency Pub. House in Moscow .
Written in English


  • Russia -- Foreign relations -- Vietnam (Democratic Republic),
  • Vietnam (Democratic Republic) -- Foreign relations -- Russia

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Edition Notes

Translation of SSSR-DRB: druzhba, sotrudnichestvo, solidarnost".

StatementG. Popov and A. Serov.
ContributionsSerov, A.,
LC ClassificationsDK68.7V53 P613
The Physical Object
Pagination59 p., [8] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22207352M

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