Politics of the Russian emigration.

Documents on the Russian emigration: an appendix to Rand paper p-768. by Boris L Dvinov

Publisher: Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 227 Downloads: 205
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  • Refugees, Russian

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Series[Rand Corporation. Paper] P-865
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LC ClassificationsDK269 D85 APPENDIX
The Physical Object
Pagination[227 leaves]
Number of Pages227
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Open LibraryOL14903188M

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[The chapter on Emigration from and Immigration into Russia was much longer than any of the other contributions by foreign scholars and too long to be included without abbreviation. Fortunately the Russian text has been printed in full.

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