Correspondence, memoranda, notes, speeches and writings, press releases, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the unification of Germany, and to American and Soviet foreign policy regarding it. Includes photocopies of Soviet archival documents. Used as research material for the book by P. Zelikow and Condoleezza Rice, Germany Unified and Europe Transformed: A Study in Statecraft (Cambridge, Mass., 1995).
Writings, transcripts and sound recordings of Radio Liberty broadcasts, Radio Liberty memoranda and other internal documents, and reports, studies, newsletters, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Radio Liberty broadcasts to the Soviet Union, and to Soviet politics, culture and society.
Writings, correspondence, card files, and printed matter, relating to economics, anti-communist movements, and Russian émigré affairs. Includes records of the Koordinat͡sionnyĭ T͡Sentr Antibol'shevistskoĭ Bor'by and some papers of Aleksandr Kerensky.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Russian nationalism, Russian émigré affairs, and Radio Liberty broadcasts to the Soviet Union. Includes manuscripts submitted to Veche and editorial correspondence of the journal.
Writings and correspondence, relating to the Soviet economy, and especially to the role of women in the Soviet labor force from 1917 to World War II; the role of women in the Soviet armed forces during World War II; and the role of women in the German labor force during World War II. Includes letters by Pavel Aksel'rod and Karl and Luise Kautsky.
Writings, correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to the disappearance of the émigré Russian Generals A. P. Kutepov (1930) and E. K. Miller (1937) from Paris, Russian émigré anti-communist groups and Soviet penetration of them, the Narodno-Trudovoĭ So͡iuz organization, White forces during the Russian Revolution, and Russian displaced persons after World War II.
Correspondence, writings, reports, government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to life in Russia prior to the 1917 Revolution; the persecution of the Jews in Russia and their emigration to Germany, 1904-1906; Soviet financial and commercial policy, 1918-1925; the purchase of 600 locomotives by the Soviet government from Sweden, 1920; and the German socialist Karl Liebknecht.
Correspondence, orders, reports, and printed matter, relating to Russian military operations during World War I, Russian prisoners of war in Germany, and the Russian Revolution and Civil War. Also available on microfilm (11 reels).
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders, newsletters, clippings, leaflets, maps, pamphlets, and printed matter, relating to operations of the offices of the Russian Military Agent in Germany and the Russian Military Representative to Hungary, Russian counterrevolutionary activities, political events in Russia, and activities of Russian civilians and military personnel in Europe. Includes the office files of the delegation of the Russian Society of the Red Cross for Relief to Prisoners of War, 1919-1922. Also available on microfilm (10 reels).
Memoirs, correspondence, reports, memoranda, interview summaries, notes, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigrés in Berlin, elsewhere in Germany, and in other European countries, after the Russian Revolution; and to the claim of one Anastasii͡a Nikolaevna Chaikovskai͡a to be Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia. Also available on microfilm (14 reels).
Writings, notes, and collected printed matter, relating to the life of the Russian physiologist Sergeĭ Chakhotin, including his membership in the Smena Vekh circle, his émigré life in Germany, his involvement in the anti-Nazi movement, and his work in the field of political psychology, especially relating to use of symbols.
Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, personal documents, certificates, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian émigrés in China, Czechoslovakia and Germany after the Russian Revolution. Includes papers of and writings by various émigrés, including Viktor Nikolaevich Chelishchev and I͡Uriĭ Apollonovich Cheremshanskĭ.