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Alpert, Satz, et al.) Editor-in-chief B. I. Baratov
SOVIET LAND. Illustrated Magazine. No. 7
Moscow: United Magazines and Newspapers, 1936

One of propagandist magazines (along with "U.S.S.R. in Construction") published by the Soviet Union for foreign countries.

Text in English. Folio (13-3/8" x 10-1/4" softcover. Profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings.

Editor-in-chief: Boris I. Baratov. Managing Editor: Ismail [Izmail] Urasov [Urazov].
Text by A. A. Bogdasarov, I. Gershberg, A. I. Khatskevich, M. Kovalchuk, N. Labkovski, A. Maryamov, B. Olenin, N. Pogodin, Natalia Satz, M. Stroev, et al.

Cover by F. Litvinov.
Drawings by Konstantin Urbetis.
Photographs by Maks Al'pert, E. Faibisovich, S. Shingarev, S. Strunnikov, et al.

Constitution of the U.S.S.R. - Architecture - Arkhip Tevelev - The Ukrainian Stage - Martiros Sarian - Sports - Wood carving - Children's theatres - etc.

Rare. Not in MOMA. Not in Getty. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 03990R

Price: Upon Request

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