File:В разбойном стане (Седерхольм 1934).djvu

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English: The book of Boris Sederholm describes his few years in jails of Soviet Union (1923—1926).
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Source http://mirknig.com/knigi/history/1181684117-v-razboynom-stane-tri-goda-v-strane-koncessiy-i-cheki-1923-1926.html
Author Борис Леонидович Седерхольм
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