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Description Lenin (1870-1924) making a speech in the Red Square at the unveiling of a temporary monument to Stepaz Razin
Date 1 May 1919
Source originally uploaded on en.wikipedia by en:User:Bronks at en:Image:Lenin.WWI.JPG. Filename was Lenin.WWI.JPG. (Lenin Collection of Photographs and Stills Volume 1, Institute of Marxism Leninism, Moscow 1990 p.166)
Author Photographer G.P.Goldshtein
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probably published before 1923, therefore assumed to be PD in the US


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