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    Joseph Stalin Typed Note Signed "Stalin", 1pp, marked "Secret", 8.25" x 5.75", June 1, 1944. Addressed to Comrades Zhukov, Vasilevsky, Yakovlev, Voronov, Antonov, Fedorenko, and Shtemenko, the note states, "Being distributed to you for your familiarization is a note received from Comrade Khrushchev sent to him by the commander of the First Ukrainian Front Artillery, Colonel-General of the Artillery Varentsov." Included is the seven-page memorandum from Khrushchev, typed in Russian. The documents are housed in a red full Moroccan leather case. In addition to the document there is a photograph of Stalin. Very fine condition.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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