Moscow by Yury Balanenko and Alexander Berezin. Hardcover book published by Planeta Publishers Moscow 1975, 207 pages with colour and black and white photographs. All text is in English.
Maria Ivannikova, Hero of Socialist Labour and a member of the Central Committee of the CPSU, works at the Frunze Cotton Mills in Moscow. She is the initiator of an anti-waste movement, and among her followers are not only textile workers but also metal-workers and workers in the footwear industry and in power engineering.
At the Orjonikidze Machine-Tool Building Plant, people speak with pride of Vladimir Komarov, an assembly fitter who holds the title of Hero of Socialist Labour and was a delegate to the 24th Congress of CPSU
Konstantin Fedin, Hero of Socialist Labour, one of the founders of Soviet literature, is also the author of books on the art of writing, a serious critic and theoretician.
The message of Leonid Leonov’s books is patriotism, loyalty to an idea and love of mankind.