Working People's Life in Hungary
Budapest: Hungarian Trade Union Council, 1950. Photo-illustrated Communist propaganda on the happy and productive lives of Hungarian working people since 1945 “when the liberating Soviet Army drove the fascists from Hungarian territory.” Includes sections on factory life, child care, social security, health resorts, and holidays.
Stapled oblong wrappers (5 ¾” x 9”),  p., heavily illustrated with photographs. A Fine copy. Only three copies in OCLC. Item #10687
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