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Getmansky, Padalka, et al.) Editor-in-chief L. A. Block
SOVIET TRAVEL. Illustrated Magazine. No. 5
Moscow: United Magazines and Newspapers, 1933


One of propagandist magazines (along with "U.S.S.R. in Construction") published by the Soviet Union for foreign countries.
This issue is dedicated to Kharkov - the capital of Ukraine.

Text in English. Large 4to (11-5/8" x 8-1/4") softcover. Profusely illustrated with photographs, drawings and map. Colorful advertisements.

Editor-in-chief - L. A. Block. Managing Editor - Ismail Urasov [Urazov].
Text by A. Maryamov, Kopstein, I. Mikitenko, K. Polonnik, V. Dubrovski, U. Koretski, M. Iohansen, D. Grydina.

Covers and map by Mikhail Getmanski.
Illustrations: A. Shakhov and P. Klettenberg, Alexander Dovgal', Ivan Padalka, Vassil Kassyan, Anatol' Petritsky.
Photographs by G. Andreychine, V. Gorbovets, B. Seilinger, et al.

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Item ID: 03534R

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