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Soviet minorities

Soviet minorities

a minority rights group update pack.


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Published by Minority Rights Group in London .
Written in English

  • Minorities -- Soviet Union.

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    Other titlesThe Armenians., The deported peoples : Crimeans Tatars, Volga Germans, Meskhetian Turks, Koreans, Greeks and Kurds., The Georgians., Religious minorities., The Ukrainians., Minority issues in the USSR., Peoples of the USSR., A Minority Rights Group update pack., A Minority Rights Group Soviet update., Soviet minorities update.
    Series[A Minority Rights Group report] -- 91-1., Report (Minority Rights Group) -- 91/1.
    ContributionsWalker, Christopher J., 1942-, Russell, John, 1953-, Russell, John, 1953-, Ellis, Jane, 1951-, Russell, John, 1953-, Russell, John, 1953-, Minority Rights Group., Minority Rights Group.
    LC ClassificationsJN6520.M5 S652 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folio (6 pamphlets, 1 folded map) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18576029M
    ISBN 10946690871

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