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A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union

Smolen, Rick;Cohen, David

ISBN 10: 0002179725 / ISBN 13: 9780002179720
Published by Collins Publishers in association with I. Shapiro, Japan, 1987
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Dust Jacket Has Minor Chipping To Upper Left Corner Area, The Rest Of The Dust Jacket Is Immaculate, Inside Has Gifting, Clean Pages, Binding Tight. Stated First Printing, August 1987 With Number Line Ending With 6. For 50 Of The Western World's Top Photojournalists, An Invitation Would Be The Ultimate Prize-A Ticket To Join 50 Soviet-Bloc Photographers And Then To Spread Out Across The Soviet Union To Record Subjects Never Seen In The West.Start The Day Less Than 100 Miles From Alaska, Go Falcon Hunting In The Mighty Tien Shan Mountains And Much, Much More. The Sixth In The Day Of The Life Series. Because Of The Size Of This Book, Additional Shipping Will Be Required. Bookseller Inventory # SB0000356

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Title: A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union

Publisher: Collins Publishers in association with I. Shapiro, Japan

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Walker, Thomas :Art Director

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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Beautifully illustrated coffee-table book. On May 15, 1987, 100 of the world's leading photojournalists captured a day in the life of the Soviet Union.

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In 1987, 50 Western and 50 Soviet photographers spread out across the Soviet Union and captured on film a day in a country that stood at the apex of remarkable change as it celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Great October Revolution. As the Soviet people looked back on decades of war and famine, conquest and achievement, and forward to sweeping changes during a time of new leadership and openness, the photographers were granted unprecedented access to homes, factories, schools and even prisons. They traveled to all 15 Soviet republics and across 11 time zones. They ventured into areas that have been closed to outsiders for centuries, and they came back with candid images of the daily life of the people behind the headlines, capturing a lost Soviet era, the twilight of a country.

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