Co-operative self-government in People"s Poland
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Published by Pub. House of the Central Agricultural Union of Co-Operatives in Warsaw .
Written in English



  • Poland.


  • Cooperation -- Poland.

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At head of title: Supreme Co-operative Council.

ContributionsNaczelna Rada Spółdzielcza (Poland)
LC ClassificationsHD3517.7 .A4C6
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p.
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4773181M
LC Control Number78244643

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