KIM IL SUNG ON THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S UNION

By: Kim Il Sung

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KIM IL SUNG ON THE WORK OF THE WOMEN'S UNION by Kim Il Sung
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Foreign Languages Publishing House, Pyongyang, Korea, 1971. Hardcover, 7½" x 5" (no jacket issued). Small white-out to ffep. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Brown cloth-bound boards with gold type to front, photographic portrait under tissue as frontispiece, red and blue type to title-page, with red place-marker ribbon. Three speeches by Kim Il Sung: 1. "The Duty of Mothers in the Education of Children" - 1961. 2. "On Some Tasks Confronting the Women's Union Organisation" - 1965. 3. 'The Communist Education and Upbringing of Children is an Honourable Revolutionary Duty of Nursery School and Kindergarten Teachers" - 1966.

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