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  • 1. G. Ogurnaya and E. Chavchavadze: “Lev Trotsky: Taina mirovoy revo- lutsii (Leo Trotsky: Secret of a World Revolution)” https://youtu.be/ WiPmqChQZoM; “Kto zaplatil Leninu? (Who paid Lenin?”) https:// youtu.be/YFM9SbV2qtk (accessed on 20-9-2015).
  • 2. G.R. Molen & C. Wilson (producers), S. Spielberg (director) (1997), The Lost World: Jurassic Park.. Amblin Entertainment.
  • 3. See Proto Thema, 4 August 2013 www.frontpages.gr/d/20130804/15 /%CE%A0%CF%81%CF%8E%CF%84%CE%BF-%CE%98%CE%AD% CE%BC%CE%B1 (accessed on 29-11-2015).

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