Moscow: Novosti Press Agency, 1979. 86p., text reproduced from typescript, softbound in 8x5.5 inch plain printed wraps. Title page bears a vertical crease, an otherwise sound and entirely clean copy. "In 1907, Boris Rosing filed a patent application for an electronic television system which he had developed. In 1911, he successfully demonstrated image transmission and received Licence No.18076 for what was the world's first electronic television set," see p.63; our translation into Aeolian: "Hero Earns Home While Farnsworth Fiddles"