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Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953

J.V. Stalin replies to 'Pravda' correspondent on the atomic weapon (1951)

J.V. Stalin replies to 'Pravda' correspondent on the atomic weapon (1951) by Stalin, Joseph, 1878-1953

Stalin's official public comments on nuclear weapons.

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Union of Democratic Control

Crisis in Japan (1950)

Crisis in Japan (1950) by Union of Democratic Control

A history of how Japan's "Meiji Restoration" transformed the economy and results of policy in the early Post-WW2 years.

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Comrades in Arms! Britain and the U.S.S.R (1943)

Comrades in Arms! Britain and the U.S.S.R (1943)

Propaganda pamphlet with many photographs, describing about how how Britain and the USA are aiding and supplying the USSR in order to defeat the Axis Powers.
 

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Communist Party of India

Foreign capital in 'free' India (1950)

Foreign capital in 'free' India (1950) by Communist Party of India

Remarkably detailed analysis of how India's Independence was anything but, with economic facts and figures showing how for all the bluster of Nehru, that it was firmly in the hands of foreign capitalists, the USA and Great Britain duelling for control and supremacy of the newly c...

Klaus D. Vaque

The Plot Against South Africa (1989)

The Plot Against South Africa (1989) by Klaus D. Vaque

Foreword

At some time or other most of us will have tried to put a jigsaw puzzle together; baffling little pieces that in the end form a clear coherent picture of a landscape or what not. The hardest thing about it is the beginning. The more pieces that get put in place, the clearer and mo...