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Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.

Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.
Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.
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Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.
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Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.
Sir Walter Citrine autographing Reichmark notes for Russian officers, Lt. Sergeev and Col. Tulpanov.
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Walter McLennan Citrine, 1st Baron Citrine, GBE, PC (22 August 1887, Wallasey — 22 January 1983, Brixham) was a British trade unionist. Citrine played a central role in the labour movement, especially by redefining the role of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) as mediator, co-ordinator and researcher. He provided co-ordination and a centralised leadership for the entire movement, and set up a research programme that laid the foundations for the Labour government of 1945-51. He co-ordinated the industrial and political wings of the labour movement, and helped stop the Labour Party's drift to the Left after the 1931 crisis. He also played a key role in the reshaping of Labour's foreign policy from the mid-1930s to oppose both Fascism and Communism. World Federation Trade Unionist cross the frontier of the Russian Zone in Germany. Members of the delegation of the World Federation of Trade Unions ceremoniously crossed into the Russian zone on the great autobahn at Helmstedt on February 6th . There were Russian flags, pictures of Stalin, and other Soviet leaders. they were escorted by armoured cars. Sir Walter Citrine, autograph, Reichmark, Russian officers, Lt. Sergeey, Col. Tulpanov, World Federation Trade Unionist, Germany, Helmstedt
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