Correspondence, writings, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to various aspects of Russian history and Russian émigré affairs; the acquisition of Russian historical materials; and the Russian Orthodox Church in the United States. Includes letters from Sergeĭ A. von Mohrenschildt, Russian military historian and father of D. S. Von Mohrenschildt, describing political and economic conditions in Poland under Soviet and Lithuanian occupation, 1939-1940.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, radio scripts, identification documents, biographical data, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to the settlement of displaced persons at the end of World War II, Russian émigré affairs, communism and conditions in the Soviet Union, and activities of the Narodno-Trudovoĭ Soi͡uz and other anti-communist organizations.
Writings, letters, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, and to Russian émigré life in China and the United States. Includes a memoir of the Russian Civil War in the Blagoveshchensk area and of the trial of the Socialist Revolutionary A. N. Alekseevskiĭ in Blagoveshchensk in 1918 (with a translation by Elena Varneck). Also includes records of N. L. Shapiro's work with the Office of War Information during World War II. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Correspondence, writings, certificates, airplane designs, blueprints, technical and financial reports, telegrams, contracts, printed matter, and photographs, relating to engineering and military aspects of Chinese aviation, aeronautical engineering in the United States, and Russian émigré affairs.
Writings, correspondence, notes, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Revolution and Soviet foreign policy; various aspects of Soviet society from 1917 to World War II, including economic conditions and labor; and nineteenth and twentieth century European history in general. Includes drafts of and working materials for an unpublished book-length documentary study by M. T. B. Spalding and Xenia Joukoff Eudin, "Origins of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917-1920." Also includes newspaper and periodical issues published in Belgium immediately after its liberation in 1945, and reproductions of paintings in the Tretiakov State Gallery, Moscow.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, reports, radio broadcast transcripts, and printed matter, relating to twentieth-century Polish history, the history of the Communist International, and Radio Free Europe broadcasting to Poland. Includes draft and finished reports of the Polish Rada Ministrów, 1946, relating to the Katyn Forest Massacre and Polish prisoners of war in the Soviet Union during World War II.
Diary, memoirs, and military service records, relating to Georgian relations with Turkey, 1920-1921; Georgian refugee life in Turkey and Poland; the Polish army in the interwar period, and its defeat in 1939; the Georgian Legion in the German army during World War II; and Georgian prisoners in British prison camps at the end of the war. Includes translations.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, photographs, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to Russian émigré affairs, Russian culture, Cossack history and Cossacks in emigration, and post-World War II resettlement of Russian displaced persons. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
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.
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.
Correspondence, writings, notes, printed matter, and photocopies of Soviet, American and German government documents, relating to twentieth-century Soviet history and foreign relations, the Soviet Union during World War II, and Soviet historiography.
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).