Ispovest jednog crvenoarmejca [Confession of The Red Army Soldier]. ANTI-COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA.
Ispovest jednog crvenoarmejca [Confession of The Red Army Soldier]
Ispovest jednog crvenoarmejca [Confession of The Red Army Soldier]
Ispovest jednog crvenoarmejca [Confession of The Red Army Soldier]

Ispovest jednog crvenoarmejca [Confession of The Red Army Soldier]

[Belgrade]: [1944]. Illustrated wrappers. Item #277

Octavo (14.5 x 20.5 cm). 15 pages: illustrations. Text in Serbian. The pamphlet is in fair condition with some tears, occasional foxing and minor fragments lost. The front wrapper is colored in a pink felt-tip pen.

Serbian anti-communist and anti-masonic propaganda pamphlet entitled "Confession of The Red Army Soldier" published in occupied Belgrade (1941-1945) the Nazi Germany-established Military Administration's capital Authority in occupied Serbia. The narrative in the form of anti-soviet propaganda on behalf of the Red Army artist Gregory Petrov, who arrived in Serbia during the Second World War. Petrov claims that in the Soviet Union, there is a deficient level of education, strong anti-religion propaganda, and all this is happening under the leadership of the Jews!

Scarce; we cannot trace any copies in OCLC; not in the trade, as of February 2021.

Price: $350.00

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