One who survived, the life story of a Russian under the soviets, by Alexander Barmine, with an introduction by Max Eastman.


New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons [1945] .

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Subjects Communism -- Soviet Union.
Communism.
Communisme -- U.R.S.S -- 1917-.
Politics and government
Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1917-1936.
Soviet Union.
U.R.S.S -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1917-.
URSS. Mémoires. 1900-1937.
URSS. Politique extérieure. 1900-1937.
URSS. Questions politiques. Transfuges.
Description xiv, 337 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 23 cm
Copyright Date [1945]
Notes Special Collections copy bound in red cloth over boards; spine lettered in silver.
Special Collections copy from the library of Eleanor Lansing Dulles.
Also issued online.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)406411
(OCoLC)ocm00406411
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WorldCat Identities Barmine, Alexandre.
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