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Military Medical Business (Военно Санитарное Дело) was one of the professional medical journals of the Worker's and Peasant's Red Army (RKKA). The journal was published monthly in Moscow. Between 1938-1940, each issue cost 1 ruble and 50 kopecks. A 12-month subscription to the journal for the year 1939 cost 18 rubles. The Moscow publishing house published a total of 33 different professional medical journals for the RKKA in the year 1939. The Leningrad publishing house published five different journals that same year. Four different serials were also published by the Moscow publishing house under the title Central Medical Abstract Journal. By the end of 1940, the price of a single issue of Military Medical Business had increased to 2 rubles. The Moscow publishing house advertised 33 differ

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  • Military Medical Business (Военно Санитарное Дело) was one of the professional medical journals of the Worker's and Peasant's Red Army (RKKA). The journal was published monthly in Moscow. Between 1938-1940, each issue cost 1 ruble and 50 kopecks. A 12-month subscription to the journal for the year 1939 cost 18 rubles. The Moscow publishing house published a total of 33 different professional medical journals for the RKKA in the year 1939. The Leningrad publishing house published five different journals that same year. Four different serials were also published by the Moscow publishing house under the title Central Medical Abstract Journal. By the end of 1940, the price of a single issue of Military Medical Business had increased to 2 rubles. The Moscow publishing house advertised 33 differ
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  • Military Medical Business (Военно Санитарное Дело) was one of the professional medical journals of the Worker's and Peasant's Red Army (RKKA). The journal was published monthly in Moscow. Between 1938-1940, each issue cost 1 ruble and 50 kopecks. A 12-month subscription to the journal for the year 1939 cost 18 rubles. The Moscow publishing house published a total of 33 different professional medical journals for the RKKA in the year 1939. The Leningrad publishing house published five different journals that same year. Four different serials were also published by the Moscow publishing house under the title Central Medical Abstract Journal. By the end of 1940, the price of a single issue of Military Medical Business had increased to 2 rubles. The Moscow publishing house advertised 33 different journals, the Leningrad publishing house advertised 5 journals, and the Kazan publishing house advertised 1 journal for the year 1941. A 12-month subscription to Military Medical Business cost 30 rubles in 1941. The Moscow publishing house also advertised four serials under the title Central Medical Abstract Journal for the year 1941.
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