Correspondence, writings, petitions, leaflets, flyers, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to clandestine activities of the Narodno-Trudovoĭ Soi͡uz in the Soviet Union and its public activities in the West, in opposition to Soviet communism and in support of Soviet dissidents. Includes papers of Boris Miller, Narodno-Trudovoĭ Soi͡uz leader and father of George Miller-Kurakin.
Diaries, correspondence, reports, memoranda, and clippings, relating to Yugoslav-Soviet relations, the Yugoslav coup d'état of 1941 March 27, relations of the Yugoslav Government-in-Exile with the United States and Great Britain, Draža Mihailović and the Yugoslav resistance movement during World War II, dissension within the Yugoslav resistance movement (especially as expressed in the so-called Cairo affair of 1942), and postwar Yugoslav émigré politics. Includes diaries, in Russian, for 1917-1931 and 1941-1975. Also available on microfilm (6 reels).
Correspondence, reports, communiqués, and printed matter, relating to White Russian military activities in northern Russia during the Russian Revolution, and to White Russian liaison with the British War Office. Consists mainly of records of the White Russian special military mission to Great Britain from 1919 to 1920. Includes some papers of Boris V. Gerua, head of the mission.
Correspondence, writings, radio broadcast scripts, underground journals, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Russian literature, dissidence in the Soviet Union, and radio broadcasting to the Soviet Union. Includes some papers of other family members.