Diary of Countess Marii͡a Benkendorf', and letters by her sons Aleksandr and Vasiliĭ Dolgorukov, 1915-1919, relating to the Russian army in World War I and to the Russian Revolution; diary of the journey of a noble Dutch family to Russia, 1824-1825; and photographs of the family of the tsar in captivity at Tobolsk, 1917.
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.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and art and to émigré life in France. Includes a biography of Bozhnev by his wife Ella Kaminer-Bozhnev and some of her correspondence.
Memoirs and other writings, relating to operations of the Kuban Cossack Divisions of the Russian Imperial Army, 1910-1919, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1920, and operations of the French Foreign Legion in Indochina, 1943-1945.
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.
Correspondence, writings, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the French Communist Party, the Communist International, Marxism, Soviet agricultural and economic policies, and political events in twentieth-century Russia. Includes correspondence with Ekaterina Kuskova, Sergeĭ Prokopovich, Nikolaĭ Valentinov, and the Marx-Engels Institute (Moscow).
Writings, correspondence, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to political, military and international aspects of the Spanish Civil War. Includes clippings from the Spanish, French, Italian and British press arranged day-by-day, microfilm of Spanish and foreign periodical issues, and copies of papers of Luis Araquistain, relating to the war. Used as research material for the books by Burnett Bolloten, The Grand Camouflage (1961), The Spanish Revolution (1979), and The Spanish Civil War (1991).
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, writings, printed matter, identification documents, photographs, sound recordings, video tape, and memorabilia, relating to civil liberties and dissent in the Soviet Union, and to Russian émigré affairs. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Memoirs, other writings, bulletins, reports, and printed matter, relating to medical practice in Russia during World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, efforts to resettle White Russian veterans and refugees after the war, and activities of the International Anticommunist Entente.
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.
Orders, telegrams, and correspondence, relating to the liaison work of Lieutenant Kapnist with General Pierre Janin, French Army officer and commander of Czechoslovak and other Allied troops in Siberia during the Russian Civil War.
Correspondence, memoranda, lists, extracts, summaries, reports, appeals, projects, protocols, press analyses, maps, forms, notes, drafts, clippings, newspaper issues, journals, bulletins, and pamphlets, relating to the Bessarabian question; relations between Russia, Romania and Bessarabia; the occupation and annexation of Bessarabia by Romania, 1918; and to the Paris Peace Conference.