Relates to the life of Joseph Stalin. Includes PAL and VHS versions of finished video, and PAL and VHS versions of raw footage of interviews used in preparation of video. Interviews conducted by Oksana Bulgakova. Produced by Mosfilm.
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).
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).
Drafts and biographical data used in preparation of the book by B. Lewytzkyj, The Stalinist Terror in the Thirties : Documentation from the Soviet Press (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1974). Includes material relating to political purges in the Soviet Union in the 1940s and 1950s.
Writings, letters, passports, certificates, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War, the nature of communism, and the imprisonment of G. K. Siminskiĭ by French authorities in 1945 as a suspected German collaborator.
Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, orders, interview transcripts, notes, conference papers, printed matter, and photographs, relating to international communism; Joseph Stalin, Georgi Dimitrov and the Communist International; the history, political and social systems and foreign policy of the Soviet Union; the German occupation of areas of the Soviet Union during World War II, and the Vlasov movement; the KAL 007 airplane incident; and Soviet arms control negotiations.
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.
Correspondence, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating to Russian and Latvian émigré affairs. Includes papers of Hella Beatrice Milrud, wife of Aleksei Milrud, and of Mikhail Mil'rud, father of Aleksei Milrud and journalist in Latvia.
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.
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.