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English: Lenin (1870-1924) making a speech in the Red Square at the unveiling of a temporary monument to Stepaz Razin. Altered version. In this case there is only a cosmetical manipulation by the removal of a lantern.
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English: Goldshtein G.
Русский: Гольдштейн Г.
Deutsch: Grigori Petrowitsch Goldstein (1870-1941)
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