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Songs about Zveno:
3 Zabitikh romansa (3 Forgotten Songs): No. 2. Zveno (The Link) by Margarita Alaverdian from the Album Balakirev: Complete Romances
Pargavo zveno by Bulgarian National Radio Children Choir; Hristo Nedyalkov from the Album Songs for Children
Vesyoloye zveno by Popov Children Choir Moscow Pioneer Ensemble from the Album Pionerskiye pesni
Books about Zveno:
Zveno [serial] Volume no. 1 (Russian Edition) by Soiuz rossiiskikh studentov v Germanii and André Savine Collection (University of (Sep 30, 2011)
Zveno slavianskogo edineniia . Po materialam pedagogicheskogo simpoziuma Prazdnik slavianskoi pis'mennosti i kul'tury... by N.A. (1998)
Afferentnoe zveno vistseral'noy sensornoy sistemy: Sovremennoe sostoyanie problemy (Russian Edition) by Lidiya Vyacheslavovna Filippova and Aleksandr Danilovich Nozdrachev (Apr 27, 2012)
Migratsionnyy aspekt ekonomicheskoy bezopasnosti: Upravlenie migratsionnymi potokami - tsentralizovannoe zveno... by Oksana Orlinskaya (Mar 12, 2011)
Afganskoe Zveno by Reznik V. (1988)
Pionerskoe Zveno by Edited By (1977)
Bezsmurtnoto Zveno by Georgi Strumski (1973)
Wiki information Zveno:
Zveno was a Bulgarian military and political organization, founded in 1927 by Bulgarian Army officers. It was associated with a newspaper of that name. The Zveno members were not Fascists but still advocated a statist and corporative economy and were...
Zveno was a parasite aircraft concept developed in the Soviet Union during the 1930s. It consisted of a Tupolev TB-1 or a Tupolev TB-3 heavy bomber acting as a mothership for between two and five fighters. Depending on the Zveno variant, the fighters...