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#141 - World War II: Soviet Union

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Description                           Estimate: $1,000+          

Archive totaling 23 documents, including 21 signed by some of the highest ranking Soviet WWII military commanders, usually Marshals of the Soviet Union, dating from 1930 to 1982, with signers including: Konstantin Rokossovsky, Semyon Budyonny, Vasily Chuikov, Semyon Timoshenko (3), Ivan Chernyakhovsky, Ivan Bagramyan, Andrei Grechko (2), Sergey Gorshkov, Kirill Moskalenko (2), Ivan Yakubovsky, Ivan Konev, Pyotr Koshevoy, Pavel Batitsky, Vasily Sokolovsky (2), Nikolay Voronov, and Dmitry Ustinov. The two additional documents are signed by aircraft builders: one by Andrei Tupolev and one by Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev. In overall very good to fine condition.

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