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Soviet Far East and Pacific Northwest, edited by Robert Mossé, special research professor of economics and business, University of Washington.

Publication:
Seattle, Wash., University of Washington press, 1944.
Format/Description:
Book
vii, [1], 42 p. incl. illus. (maps) tables. 27 cm.
Series:
Special studies series, Bureau of business research, College of economics and business, University of Washington
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Subjects:
Siberia -- Economic conditions -- 1918-.
Soviet Union -- Relations (general) with United States.
United States -- Relations (general) with Russia.
Contents:
New bridges to Asia, by F. H. Michael.
Economics of the Soviet Far East, by Robert Mossé.
Air transportation across the northern Pacific; the Seattle-Khabarovsk route, by G. L. Gifford.
Across the north pole to America, by M. Gromov.
Soviet ideals and post-war cooperation, by Melvin Rader.
The Russian church and religion in the Soviet union, by Metropolitan Benjamin.
Soviet foreign policy in the Pacific, by Ivar Spector.
Materials on the Soviet Far East, by Alice Blackburn (p. 41-42).
Notes:
Bibliographical foot-notes.
Contributor:
Mossé, Robert, 1906- ed.
OCLC:
4083988