IVAN IVANOVICH ZAVEDEEV. The fate of the marine officer
It's a story about an extraordinary gifted man who walked the tough way up from country boy to the Stalin Prize winner. Almost age-mate of the century, he has experienced all the severities and hardships that his country encountered in the XX century, and he strongly believed in what he fought for and has never betrayed neither with words nor with deeds the ideals of his time. He believed that it's to the Soviet system that he's obliged for his education and accoplishments.

For friends and family and for those who want to learn the history of their country first hand.
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