Soviet politics and the Ukraine, 1917-1957. by Robert S. Sullivant

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  • Ukraine,
  • Ukraine.

Subjects:

  • Nationalism -- Ukraine.,
  • Ukraine -- Politics and government -- 1917-

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Issued, with variations, in microfilm form in 1958 as thesis, University of Chicago, under title: Soviet politics in the Ukraine, 1917-1957.

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LC ClassificationsDK508.8 .S75
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Pagination438 p.
Number of Pages438
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Open LibraryOL5850509M
LC Control Number62010455
OCLC/WorldCa396759

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