UNDERGROUND PARTISAN THEATRE: Štiri sovjetske enodejanke [Four Soviet One Act Plays]
A mimeographed pamphlet, printed by an underground Slovenian press during WWII includes four short theater plays, based on Soviet originals.
Place and Year: [Dolenjsko, Slovenia]; Cyklotehnika 13A. Komisija Agitprop pri CK KPS [Agit-Prop Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist party of Slovenia] 1944.
Technique: 8°. 53 pp. mimeographed text,  blank, original printed pink wrappers, stapled (very good, slightly stained).
Konstantin Georgiyevich PAUSTOVSKY (Константи́н Гео́ргиевич Паусто́вский, 1892 – 1968); Władimir Nikołajewicz SUCHODOLSKI (Владимир Николаевич Суходольский, 1907 - 1966); Anatolij Glebov (Анатолий Глебович Глебов, 1899—1964); a. LVOVA.
A rare mimeographed pamphlet with printed covers was made during WWII by an underground Partisan press in Slovenia and includes translations of four one-act plays, translated from Russian. The plays were performed by the underground resistance groups during the war.
The book is very rare. We could trace one example in Klagenfurt and two in Slovenian libraries (Celje and Cerkinca).
A more common reprint with the same title was made immediately after the war in 1945.
References: Bibliografija, 1964, no. 7651; OCLC 438677793.
Availability: In stock