Relates to detention of Polish prisoners of war and suppression of Ukrainian and Belarusian nationalist activities. Includes related memoranda by Lavrentiĭ Berii͡a, 1940, and Aleksandr Shelepin, 1959, successive heads of the Soviet secret police.
Reports, memoranda, and other writings, relating to post-World War II politics in the Soviet Union and Poland, American and Soviet intelligence and propaganda activities, and activities of Russian and Ukrainian émigré groups. Many of the documents were prepared for the French intelligence service.
Autobiography, other writings, printed matter, identification papers, certificates, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the oil and gas industries in Poland, the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance, and investment opportunities in post-Soviet Russia.
Serial issues, proclamations, cartoons, booklets, and other printed matter, relating to the Soviet occupation of Poland, and especially of the western Ukraine, at the outbreak of World War II, and to the cult of Joseph Stalin.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, photocopies of reports and government documents, and computer disks, relating to Poles in the Soviet Union prior to World War II, and to Jewish and Polish resistance activities in Belarus and Poland during World War II.
Diary, memoirs, and military service records, relating to Georgian relations with Turkey, 1920-1921; Georgian refugee life in Turkey and Poland; the Polish army in the interwar period, and its defeat in 1939; the Georgian Legion in the German army during World War II; and Georgian prisoners in British prison camps at the end of the war. Includes translations.
Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, other printed matter, clandestine literature, writings, photographs, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Poland, Russia and Ukraine, and especially to the Solidarność movement in Poland and to political developments in Russia and Ukraine at the time of the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, reports, radio broadcast transcripts, and printed matter, relating to twentieth-century Polish history, the history of the Communist International, and Radio Free Europe broadcasting to Poland. Includes draft and finished reports of the Polish Rada Ministrów, 1946, relating to the Katyn Forest Massacre and Polish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union during World War II.
Correspondence, writings, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to various aspects of Russian history and Russian émigré affairs; the acquisition of Russian historical materials; and the Russian Orthodox Church in the United States. Includes letters from Sergeĭ A. von Mohrenschildt, Russian military historian and father of D. S. Von Mohrenschildt, describing political and economic conditions in Poland under Soviet and Lithuanian occupation, 1939-1940.
Correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to Russian governmental administration in Poland; political, economic, and religious conditions in Poland; and the Polish Revolution of 1863-1864. Entire collection also available on microfilm (4 reels).
Writings, correspondence, notes, genealogical charts, certificates, and photographs, relating to the history of the Svi͡atopolk-Mirskiĭ family from the tenth to the twentieth century, and to Russian émigré affairs. Consists mainly of drafts of and working materials for a genealogical history. Includes photographs of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra.