The Finnish-Soviet Society: From Political to Cultural Connections
Mikkonen, S. (2015). The Finnish-Soviet Society: From Political to Cultural Connections. In V. Ingimundarson, & R. Magnúsdóttir (Eds.), Nordic Cold War Cultures. Ideological Promotion, Public Reception and East-West Interactions (pp. 109-131). Kikimora Publications. Aleksanteri Cold War Series, 2:2015. http://www.helsinki.fi/aleksanteri/english/publications/coldwar_all.html
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