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    Russian and Soviet books translated

    http://home.freeuk.com/russica2/index.html

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    In the USSR the English language publishing was regarded as a propaganda tool. After the USSR disintegrated the financing stopped and most of those publishing houses collapsed. The books are not likely to be published again in the future. Some of them are class struggle motivated and very intollerant. Some, especially children's books, make nice reading.
    But they all make a monument of the epoch...
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    http://home.freeuk.com/russica2/books.html
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    http://www.russica2.fsnet.co.uk/index.html

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    Soviet Literature Summarized
    (Texts, Biographies, etc.)

    http://www.sovlit.com

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