Mormon Missionaries Enter Eastern Europe
Survey history of the beginnings of LDS Missionary work in Central and Eastern Europe during the 20th Century. Matthew K. Heiss edited and annotated the Mischa Markow journal in the appendix.
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Slavic Mission 19291939
Soviet Empire 19461985
Mission Impossible 19721991
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