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.
Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, microfilm and photocopies of German and American military documents, bulletins, pamphlets, other printed matter, sound recordings, motion picture film, slides, and photographs, relating to the Russkai͡a Osvoboditel'nai͡a Armii͡a, led by General AndreĬ A. Vlasov, and to other anti-Soviet movements, especially among Ukrainians and Cossacks, during World War II. Includes research material used for the book by S. A. Auský, Vojska generála Vlasova v C̆echách (1980).
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.
Relates to the X Corps, the Sevastopol' Fortress during World War I and the Russian Civil War, and White Russian and Allied military activities in the Crimea during the Russian Civil War. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Correspondence, reports, and dispatches, relating to the activities of the anti-Bolshevik movements during the Russian Civil War, and relations of the Don Cossack Republic with the Germans and with the Allied representatives in Odessa.
Files of the president of the Council of Ministers, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice, and Minister of Internal Affairs, relating to the relations of the Crimean Regional Government and the Constitutional Democratic Party with the Russian Volunteer Army and with the Allies.
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.
Excerpts from published sources, documents, and notes (primarily in Russian), relating to the Ukrainian government, Russia, Siberia, and the Far Eastern Republic during the Russian Civil War in 1919, used by J. Bunyan as research material for his book, The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1918 (1934); drafts, notes, charts, and printed matter (primarily in English), relating to Soviet economic, administrative, agricultural, and industrial organization and planning, 1917-1963, used by J. Bunyan as research material for his book, The Origin of Forced Labor in the Soviet State, 1917-1921 (1967); and drafts of the latter book.