Printed reports and computer disks, relating to activities of the Bulgarian secret service from 1944 to 1991. Includes reproductions of official Bulgarian documents from that period. Also includes accompanying Biuletin.
Memoirs relating to Bulgaria and Bulgarian émigré politics, and unpublished articles, relating to the Bulgarian Agrarian Union between World Wars I and II, world agriculture, and agriculture in the Soviet Union.
Photographs, compact disk, and printed matter, relating to the Bulgarian communist leader Todor Zhivkov. Includes a copy of his privately printed memoirs; compact disk version of selected documents from the Bulgarian state archives; and photographs of Todor Zhivkov, mainly in public appearances, and often with foreign leaders.
Correspondence, bulletins, newsletters, reports, pamphlets, serial issues, certificates, and photographs, relating to Bulgarian literature and culture; Bulgarian émigré activities; activities of various anti-communist organizations, including the Bulgarian National Front, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, and the Assembly of Captive European Nations; and political participation of Bulgarian and other ethnic Americans in the Republican Party through the National Republican Heritage Groups (Nationalities) Council.
Correspondence, writings, bulletins, serial issues, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Bulgarian history, the Bulgarian Orthodox Eastern Church, Bulgarian émigré affairs, and activities of anti-communist organizations, including the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations and the Bulgarian National Front.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders, and affidavits, relating to administration of military justice in the Armed Forces of Southern Russia, Russian émigrés in Bulgaria, the political situation in Bulgaria, and the composition and distribution of the First Army Corps and the Don Corps.
Pamphlets, serial issues, newsletters, election campaign literature, press summaries, and video tapes, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Bulgaria; Bulgarian history from the mid-nineteenth century through World War II; allegations of Bulgarian involvement in the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II in 1981; and post-1990 elections in Bulgaria.
Correspondence, dispatches, statements, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to Bulgaria and the World War I peace settlement, Bulgarian foreign relations, and national minority problems in Bulgaria.
Correspondence, dispatches, orders, and reports, relating to political, military, and diplomatic affairs in Bulgaria, Bulgarian participation in World War I, and the suppression of an attempted military coup in Bulgaria in 1886.