In the Name of Friendship and Progress: Cultural Exchange Enriches and Unites the Peoples
Novosti Press Agency Publishing House. Softcover. ; Undated, circa l970, unpaginated. Clean inside, cover creases, tear on the back cover's edge, front cover is scuffed. A story about the cultural cooperation between the Soviet Union and Afro-Asian countries. Topics include Education, Atomic Reactors and Professors, Cultural Exchange, etc. Contains mostly black and white photos with captions. Some of the photos include Red Square in Moscow with a youth delegation from the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) ; Mac Fitz-Williams, student from Ghana, studying in the Soviet Union to become both a doctor and musician; Vietnamese artists greeting a Soviet delegation that visited the democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1965; Az-Zujaji Ridha Jawad from the Iraqui Repulic presenting his thesis on poultry farming at the Timiryazev Agricultural Academy in Moscow; Pilots from Mali training in the Soviet Union, Guests from Ceylon; Wahib Bateddini from Lebanon studying at the Surikov Art School, Moscow; Various sports including Indonesian weighlifter Irsen at the international weightlifting competition in Moscow and Valery (Valeriy) Brumel, Soviet high jumper and world record holder, The Soviet Union set up a reserach center in syrian; Indian scouts at the Moscow Young Pioneer Palace, etc. Good .
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Keywords: African Students -- Soviet Union Cultural Exchanges Asian Students -- Soviet Union African Culture Atomic Reactors Urss Propaganda Exterieure Nigerian-Soviet Friendship Society Timiryazev Agricultural Academy Burma Medical Conference History Ephemera Spor