Inside the New Russia
INSIDE THE NEW RUSSIA provides readers with much interesting information about the history, religion, culture & ethnography of the new Commonwealth of Independent States. Discussions of 160 ethnic groups give a detailed summary of the population, language base, national dress & other important information. The book, with dozens of illustrations, gives up-to-date figures ranging from the population to the percentage of each ethnic group within Russia. The sources used to create INSIDE THE NEW RUSSIA will give its readers the most current information available, helping them to understand who the Russian people are. One can find this book useful for research as well as for leisure reading. To order write to: Slavic Christian Publishing, P.O. Box 2845, Broken Arrow, OK 74013-2845.
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