Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]. Dmitrii Baltermants.
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]
Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]

Sto dnei v Kitae [i.e. Hundred days in China]

Moscow: Pravda, 1955. Item #685

160 pp. 33x24 cm. Original cloth binding. Illustrated dustjacket. Dustjacket is slightly teared and worn, otherwise very good.

Illustrated throughout. Book deisgn by I.Dolgopolov.
The photo book is dedicated to the five year anniversary of People’s Respublic of China and the trip that Pravda photo correspondent took the same year. Dmitriy Baltermants (1912-1990) was one of the best known Soviet official photographers of the 1940s-80s. He has captured some of the most iconic shots of WWII from the Soviet side. His
personal photo exhibitions were held in London and New York in the 1960s.

Price: $1,000.00

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