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Domas. Monthly review for literature, arts and science. A Latvian modernist magazine, containing contributions by mostly left-wing artists, writers, scientists and politicians. »Domas« was published between 1924 and 1934.

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Domas, 12, 1931
Domas, 12, 1931
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