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Ambient conflicts chapters from the history of relations between countries with different social systems by E. B. Chernyak

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Published by Progress in Moscow .
Written in English


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StatementYefim Chernyak ; translated from the Russian by Vic Schneierson.
SeriesMan through the ages
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Open LibraryOL13901191M

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