Theses and statutes of the Third (Communist) International adopted by the 2d Congress, July 17th - August 7th, 1920

  • 85 Pages
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Communism -- Congr
LC ClassificationsHX13 .A5 1920ae
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Pagination85 p.
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LC Control Number48035238

Theses and statutes of the Third (Communist) International adopted by the 2d Congress, July 17th - August 7th, [n.p., ?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Communist International.

Congress: OCLC Number: Description: 85 pages 24 cm. These 22 precepts form, in their unity, the Law, and they are formed by the explanation of the Commandments that God delivered through Moses, the envoy of the First Era; through the teaching of Jesus, the envoy of the Second Era, and by the precepts through Elijah, the envoy of the Third Era, which are revealed to the peopleFile Size: 2MB.

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