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- The History of Cartography, Volume 2, Book 3: Cartography in the
- BORIS POLEVOY is at the Institute of Ethnology of the. Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg.
- November/December 2001 Interior
- A Soviet journalist known in the West as Boris Polevoy was the first to report on the so-called liberation of Auschwitz.
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- hold of the Danube Sea Steamship Line's "Boris Polevoy" heavy lift ship. If required, of if the hold of the "Boris Polevoy" not more than 20 days.
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- Heddesheimer, '' 'Nothing Has Been Invented': The War Journalism of Boris Polevoy,''. Journal for Historical Review 21 (2002), http://www.ihr.
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- Likewise, we used to get Russian literature, books like The Story of a Real Man by Boris Polevoy, Dinka by Oseeva, Yury Olesha's The Three Fat Men,” or Ostrovsky's “How the Steel Was Forged.
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- Boris Polevoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Boris Nikolaevich Polevoy (or Polevoi) (Russian: Бори́с Никола́евич Полево́й; March 17 , 1908 – July 12, 1981) was a notable Soviet writer.
- Boris Petrovich Polevoy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- Nothing has been invented -- The War Journalism of Boris Polevoy
- These emotive words, written over twenty years after the war, are those of Soviet journalist Boris Polevoy.
- Boris Polevoy | Facebook
- Boris Nikolaevich Polevoy (or Polevoi) was a notable Soviet writer.
- Boris Polevoy (1908 - 1981) - Find A Grave Memorial
- Jan 4, 2008 Boris Nikolayevich Kampov was born in Moscow and raised in Tver.
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