Reports, memoranda, and other documents, relating to Czechoslovak secret police and intelligence activities, and to dissidents in Czechoslovakia. Includes some documents from other Czechoslovak government agencies.
Correspondence, reports, and investigative files, relating to secret police and intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Estonia, and to Russian refugees in Estonia before 1940 and post-World War II Estonian refugees in western Europe.
Archive/Manuscript — 1444 microfilm reels, digital files.
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, lists, directives, and other documents, relating to secret police, intelligence and counter-intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Lithuania.
Photocopies of Polish government and communist party documents, minutes, bulletins, reports, circulated material, and printed matter, relating to political conditions and secret service activities in Poland during the communist era.
Correspondence, reports, and investigative and judicial files, relating to secret police investigative activities and prosecutions in Georgia. Includes lists of persons tried and judicial proceedings in 1937-1938.
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.
Case files, reports, and diaries and interrogation transcripts of Czech senior secret police personnel, relating to secret service activities in Czechoslovakia. Includes a summary of the secret police file on Václav Havel.
Reports, statistics, directives, memoranda, and map, issued by the Ob"edinnenoe Gosudarstvennoe Politicheskoe Upravlenie and other Soviet governmental and communist party agencies, relating to forced resettlement in the Novosibirsk region and other parts of Siberia, in connection with collectivization, primarily in the 1930-1933 period; photographs depicting resettlement camps; and studies and other writings about Soviet resettlement.
Selected minutes, reports, memoranda, and letters, of the central committee of the Czechoslovak communist party and the Czechoslovak ministry of the interior, relating to political persecutions in Czechoslovakia, trials and imprisonment for political offenses, forced labor camps, confiscation of church property, and secret police activities.
Laws, regulations, reports, directives, and memoranda, by Soviet governmental and communist party agencies, relating to the Russian Revolution and Civil War in western Siberia, and to collectivization, peasant revolts, and operations of the Soviet secret police in the Novosibirsk region and other parts of Siberia. Includes some microfilm copies.
Memoirs, co-authored with her son Leonid Parshin, and sound recordings of interviews conducted by Tat'i͡ana Zhilkina, relating to Soviet intelligence operations in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, clandestine sabotage and intelligence operations in the German-occupied Soviet Union during World War II, and postwar Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence operations in Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Includes interview of Leonid Parshin relating to the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov.
Reports, orders, letters, writings, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to Jedburgh operations carried out by the Office of Strategic Services in 1944, involving parachuting operatives behind German lines in the Netherlands, Belgium and France to effect liaison with local resistance forces. Includes copies of official records of the operations, and subsequent recollections of veterans of the operations.
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.
Interview transcript, and transcript of notes, relating to Central Intelligence Agency operations, and especially to the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. Interview conducted by Roger W. Fontaine and William E. Ratliff.