Our own people: a memoir of 'Ignace Reiss' and his friends

@inproceedings{Blackstock1969OurOP,
  title={Our own people: a memoir of 'Ignace Reiss' and his friends},
  author={Paul W. Blackstock and Elizabeth K. Poretsky and I Reiss and F. W. D. Deakin},
  year={1969}
}
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Index to Volume 30 (1971)

  • Art
    Slavic Review
  • 1971
Abouchar, Alan. "The Private Plot and the Prototype Collective Farm Charter" 2: 355-59; "Rejoinder to Professor Nove" 2:360; (review) 3:693 Afferica, Joan (review) 1:140-42 Alexander, John T.