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Peter Kropotkin: Expropriation  wikidata:Q113445239 reasonator:Q113445239 s:en:Index:Peter Alexeivitch Kropotkin - Expropriation.djvu
Peter Kropotkin  (1842–1921)  wikidata:Q5752 s:en:Author:Peter Alexeivitch Kropotkin q:en:Peter Kropotkin
Peter Kropotkin
Alternative names
English: Piotr Kropotkin; Peter Alexejevič Kropotkin
Français : Pierre Kropotkine
Description Russian zoologist, philosopher, economist, geographer and writer
Date of birth/death 27 November 1842 (in Julian calendarEdit this at Wikidata 8 February 1921 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Moscow Dmitrov
Authority file
creator QS:P170,Q5752
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Unknown authorUnknown author Edit this at Wikidata
Expropriation Edit this at Wikidata
title QS:P1476,en:"Expropriation Edit this at Wikidata"
label QS:Len,"Expropriation Edit this at Wikidata"
label QS:Lga,"Expropriation"
G. M. Wilson
Object type version, edition, or translation Edit this at Wikidata
39, [1] p. ; 18 cm
Language English
Publication date 1890s
date QS:P,+1890-00-00T00:00:00Z/8
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Place of publication London Edit this at Wikidata
Authority file  OCLC: 1045244040
Source Internet Archive identifier: expropriation00kroprich
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