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- Hyoscyamus niger
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- Instructions for use Title A Note on The Kuban Affair (1932-1933
- of the 'Ryutin' affair and 'Eismont-Smirov and Tolmachev' case, which were said to be the last oppositionists moves against the Stalinist system.
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- l?oisr'revr'lrs, [932-I939 (Newhaven, 1999).
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- Washington and Lee University. Leningrad Affair. Leningrad, Siege of.
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- ORGANS OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF UKRAINE. In article features and characteristics of Oproshanska L. V.
- Syllabus, 21H.467J / 17.57J Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and
- Key terms: Ryutin, the Congress of Victors (17 th. Party Congress, 1934), Terror; .
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- Medvedev, Sergei Pavlovich, 1885-1937
- In 1930, he and Shliapnikov were investigated for alleged ties with oppositionists in Omsk. In 1932, the CCC investigated Medvedev on the Ryutin Affair, but he was not charged with any violations.
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- Ryutin Affair - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Ryutin Affair (1932) was one of the last attempts to oppose the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin within the Soviet Communist Party.
- Martemyan Ryutin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Main article: The Ryutin Affair.
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- Medvedev, Sergei Pavlovich, 1885-1937 | libcom.org
- Sep 6, 2007 and Shliapnikov were investigated for alleged ties with oppositionists in Omsk.
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