text by Nikolai Solntsev, photography by Victor Guinsbourg, Albert
Lieberman, Evgueni Lomovski. Hardover book published by Editions
Paneta Moscou and Editions Van Hoa Hanoi 1986. All text is in
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.
Leonard Brezhnev, General Secretary of
the Central Committee of CPSU, presented the Central Committee’s
Report. The Congress worked out guide-lines for bringing about a
considerable improvement in the well-being of the people, and
endorsed the directives for the Ninth Five-Year Plan.
Travel: Guangzhou and Foshan, compiled by China International Travel
Service, Guangzhou Branch and Editorial Department of the Guangdong
People's Publishing House. Paperback book published by Guangdong
People's Publishing House 1977, 112 pages. All text is in English.
bumper harvest of rice.
school graduates from Guangzhou, who have settled down in Luodong
Brigade in the Tangtang People's Commune, are maturing under the
education of the Brigade Party Branch and former poor and
7 cadre schools are a revolutionary new thing that have emerged in
the Cultural Revolution. Taking turns, groups of cadres go there to
study Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought, take part in collective
productive labour and receive re-education from the former poor and
lower-middle peasants. Students of the Guangzhou May 7 Cadre School
working in a field.
Soviet Siberia by E. Klenov and G.
Paderin. Hardcover book with pictorial boards (no dust jacket)
published by Progress Publishers Moscow 1970, unpaginated with colour
and black and white photographs.
May this little Siberian sleep soundly
and never know the horrors of war. When he grows up he’ll be able
to choose from any number of peaceful occupations in his home region.
What’ll he be?
He’ll have at his disposal science
laboratories, the outposts of progress, to be found everywhere from
the southern mountains to the Arctic Tundra.
The Siberians have always been richly
endowed with artistic talent. But whereas the great nineteenth
century painter from Krasnoyarsk Vasily Surikov had to go to European
Russia to make his name, fame had come to this young inhabitant of
today at home. His original sketches have earned him first prizes at