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BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50.15
December 21, 1949
DEP.3TMENT OF STATE
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The fortnightly Soviet Bibliography is an attempt to list on a
current.basis the most significant published materials having to do
with the Soviet Union, its foreign policy, economic and social devel-
opment, and its impact upon the satellite countries and the world in
general. It is compiled by the Division of Library and Reference
Services and is based primarily on materials available in the central
collection of the Department of State but also including publications
in other libraries of the Washington area. Only materials in the
English language are included and the periodical articles are selected
from about 50 of the most pertinent and scholarly journals currently
Emphasis must be placed on the fact that the bibliography lists
only a fraction of the pertinent materials in the Departnent's collec-
tion. Requests for supplementary and additional materials are always
The Division of Library and Reference Services is prepared to
supply on loan, through its Circulation Section in accordance with
Departmental security regulations, any of the items listed in the
Bibliography. For this service authorized persons may apply to the
Circulation Section, LR, Room 202, State Annex #1, or call Republic
5600, extension 5565.
BELOKHOIOV, I. V. Fruit trees march into the North. In Soviet
weekly (London) November 17, 1949, p. 4.
Every shelter-belt in the Stalin plan is devoted to in-
BENNETT, M. K. Food and agriculture in the Soviet Union, 1917-48.
In Journal of political economy (Chicago) June 1949, 57:185-198.
ROBINSON GEROID T. Rural Russia under the old regime- a history of
the landlord-peasant world and a prologue to the peasant revolution
of 1917. London, Macmillan, 1949. 542p.
ZiDiIJ, L. Agrarian reform in Rumania III. In New Central
European observer (London) November 12, 1949, 2:276-277.
Third and last of a series of articles.
KARRA, V. Rumania's peasants take the socialist path. In New
times (Moscow) November 2, 1949, p. 11-15.
Russiam pattern of socialization, of assistance to farmers,
of land reform etc., has been adopted by Rumania.
AGRICULTURE SATELLITE STATES
KAZANTSEV, N. D. Agrarian reforms in the countries of people's
democracy. I_ nn Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
November 15, 1949, 1:13-15.
Collective farming in Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland,
Czechoslovakia, Albania and the USSR.
AGRICULTURE UNITED STATES
SHISHKIN, M. Impoverishment of the American farmer.
(Moscow) November 16, 1949, p. 10-12.
Russian interpretation of United States farming.
In New times
LEE, A. Soviet air power.
June 1949, 145:354-562.
TOLMACHOFF, I. P.
In Nineteenth century and after (London)
Siberian passage. New Brunswick, N. J.,
press, 1949. 250p.
search into the Siberian Arctic.
ART AND STATE
VWERTH, ALEXANDER. Musical uproar in Moscow. London, Turnstile
press, 1949. 103p.
Relations between the state and its artists.
MITCHELL D. W. Strategy and the Atlantic pact0
history (Philadelphia) October 1949, 17:213-215.
Military significance'of the treaty to Russia,
VYSHINSKY, A. Y. Vyshinsky proves U.S. atom control plan aids
monopoly, not peace. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
December 9, 1949, 9:721-725.
VYSHINSKY, A. Y. We continue fight to ban atom bomb. In Soviet
weekly (London) November 17, 1949, p. 54-.
VYSHINSKY calls for prohibition of atomic weapon. In World news
and views (London) November 26, 1949, 29:567.
Proposes strict international control of atomic weapons.
GIFT to the Russians? In Newsweek (New York) December 12, 1949,
Hopkins' alleged role in supplying Russia with atomic
LUEDECKE, HEINZ. Where deserts bloom-and'mountains move. In
World news and views (London) November 26, 1949, 29:574-575.
Claimed uses of atomic energy in Soviet Asia.
ATTITUDE TOWARDS UNITED STATES
LEWIS, E. G. Voice of Russia; distorted stories about America. In
Christian science monitor weekly magazine section (Boston) August
15, 1949, p. 2,
BARGHOORN, F. C. Some recent books on Russia and the Soviet Union;
review article. In Journal of modern history (Chicago) June 1949,
CHURCH AND STATE
PHILLIPS, J. B. Churches and the struggle for power. In Newsweek
(New York) -June 13, 1949, 53:58.
Restricted status of thechurch in Russia and satellite
MALENKOV, G. M. On the road to communism. In World news and views
(London) November 12, 1949, 29:541-542.
Extracts from speech delivered at the celebration of
the 32nd anniversary of the Great October Revolution.
IN THE VAN-of progressive humanity. In New times (Moscow)
November 7, 1949, p. 1-3.
Describes from Russian point of view development of
Communism under Lenin.
GREEK COMM0UNIST reckoning. In Continental news service (London)
October 28, 1949, p. 9-10.
Cooperation among Greek, Yugoslav and Bulgarian commu-
nists interrupted by Tito-Cominform dispute.
RUEDEMANN, P.. I learned about communism the hard-way. In
Saturday evening post (Philadelphia) May 28, 1949, 222:19-214-.
LEONIDOV, N. A treasure store of experience. In New times
(Moscow) November 7, 1949, p. 4-9.
Russia's experience with Communism held as example for
MANKOVSKY, B. S. Class essence of the states of people's democracy.
-In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November
15, 1949, 1:11-15,
SELIGMAN, DANIEL, Stalin speaks out. In Plain talk (New York)
December 1949, 4:34-40.
Stalin's interpretations of Communism.
TITOISM. In Continental news service (London) November 4, 1949,
The Titoist movement would establish a new Communist in-
ternational under the leadership of Yugoslavia.
DALLIN, DAVID J. The bridge of Brest-Litovsk. In New leader
(New York) November 26, 1949, 32:2.
Experiences of Margarete Rubert-Neumann in Russian and
German concentration camps. First of two articles,
SOVIET CONSTITUTION gives people a vivid charter of freedom. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) December 9, 1949, 9:717-720,
LAMONT, CORLISS. The Soviet Constitution. In Soviet Russia today
(New York) December 1949, p. 8-94-.
First of two articles on the basic law of the USSR.
Discusses the structure of Soviet society and the state.
MOSELY, P. E. Infallible dogma in black and white: review of Law of
the Soviet state, by A. Y. Vyshinsky; In Saturday review of
literature (New York) July 23, 1949, 32:13.
COST AND STANDiRD OF LIVING
BIRMAN, A, Shop sales are soaring. In Soviet weekly (London)
November 17, 1949, p. 1-- .
Increased purchasing power noted.
A NEW LAND of cotton. In Soviet weekly (London) November 17, 1949,
Mostly about Central Asiatic Soviet republics.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
ALEXEIEV, KIRILL. Russia's underground capitalism. In Plain talk
(New York) December.1949, 4:19-24.
Private enterprises now being carried on under cover of
DEUTSCHER, I. 'ussia is still remote from communism. In New York
times magazine section (New York) August 21, 1949, p. 7--.
HOW STRONG is Soviet Russia? In New republic (New York) May 16,
1949, 120: supp.,, 29p.
Contents: Economic progress; Reliability of Soviet
statistics; Living standards; Social differentiation;
Party and government; The attack on the West; Soviet
ideology; The significance of Titoism.
INKELES, A. Family and church in the postwar U.S.S.R. In Annals
of the American academy of political and social science (Philadelphia)
May 1949, 265:65-44,
LEONIDOV, N. Co-existence of the two social systems and George
Dior-an's falsifications, in New times (Moscow) November 2, 1949,
American and Russian systems compared. New times opinion
is that U.S. propaganda drew false picture of Russian
MARCUS, B. L, Labour, freed by the socialist revolution. In
Soviet news (London) November 4, 1949, p. 2.
Soviet laws said to guarantee every citizen full free-
dom in the choice of profession or place of service.
SMITH, W. B. Why the Russian people don't rebel. In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) November 26, 1949, 222:22-23t.-.
SMOGORZEWSKI, K. M, Soviet economic position. In Contemporary
review (London) August 1949, 176:96-100.
TIMASIHEFF, N.-S. Classes in the 'classless' state: Russia has four;
upper, middle, lower and still lower; but only one enjoys power,
prestige, and the comforts of life. In Reporter (New York) August
16, 1949, p. 10-11.
TURIN, SERGIEI P. The USSR; an eeonomib and social survey. Forest
Hills, N. Y., Transatlantic arts, 1949. 274p.
VOZNESENSKY, N. A. Soviet economy during the Second world ware
New York, International publishers, 1949. 160p.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS BYELORUSSIA
ZAKHAROVA, ALEXANDRA. Socialism ended mass joblessness for western
Byelorussians. I_ USSR information bulletin (Washington) December
9, 1949, 9:759-741.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS POLAND
CARY, W. Poland struggles forward. New York, Greenberg, 1949.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS SATELLITE STATES
PRICE, PHILIPS M. Through the iron-laced curtain. London, Low,
Journey through Yugoslavia and Bulgaria in 1946.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS UlI"l!
KOVPAK, SIDORO Socialist power in Western Ukraine makes economy
prosper. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) December 9,
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS YUGOSLAVIA
GERVASI, FRANK, Tito's revolution is unique, In New republic
(New York) December 12, 1949, p. 12-15.
Yugoslavia's resistance to Russian encroachments a,re-
sult of Western aid. First of two articles.
JURY, L. R. dr. 'Life in Tito's Yugoslavia II. In World news
and views (London) October 15, 1949, 29:496.
Statistical report on wages, rations and food in
LOGAN, MILLA. Cousins and commissars; an intimate visit to Tito's
Yugoslavia. New York, Scribner, 1949. 222p.
TALLMER, JERRY. -Russia's "new" morality. In Nation (New York)
November 26, 1949, 169:515-517.
The Soviet Union now encourages stronger family units.
THE SOVIET state loan, In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 25, 1949, 3:157-158.
FIVE YEAR PLAN
MALENKOV, G. M. Speech at 32nd anniversary of the great October-
socialist revolution. In Soviet news (London) November 7, 1949,
Progress of the post war Five year plan.
FIVE YEAR PLAN HUNGI.RY
HUNGARIANS FORCED to contribute to "voluntary loan." In_ Digest
(London) November 5, 1949, ll:B7-B8.
Solicitation of contributions to Hungary's Five year
plan "voluntary loan."
BAKERFIELD, JACK. The Soviet foreign policy is a peace policy.
In Political affairs (New York) November 1949, 28:10-24.
KIRCHWEY, FREDA. Soviet tactics and Soviet fears. In Nation
(New York) December 10, 1949, 169:559-561.
Fear of war is causing Russia to line up other powers
in her bloc.
THE KREMLIN'S next three moves. In United Nations world (New York)
December 1949, 5:4-5.
Proposed framework for world peace.
TiRLE, E. Peace vs. atomic blackmail. In New times (Moscow)
November 7, 1949, p. 10-15.
Claim that USSR offers were consistently flouted by
VYSHINSKY, A. Y.
The USSR and world peace. New York, International
Russia, v. I,
B. Review of Max Beloff: The
1929-1956, v. II, 1956-1941.
In Russian review (New York)
Foreign policy of Soviet
London, Oxford university
October 1949, 8:545-
BARNES, JOSEPH. Natural selection in politics. In New republic
(New York) November 28, 1949, p. 25-24.
Critique of G. Lenczowski: Russia and the West in Iran,
1918-1948. Ithaca, Cornell university press, 1949;
P. Tompkins: American-Russian relations in the Far East.
New York, Macmillan, 1949, cited in Soviet Bibliography
50.13; and A. Y. Vyshinsky: The USSR and-world peace.
New York, International publishers, 1949,
VYSHINSKY, A. Y. Council of foreign ministers' session of June 1.
In Soviet news (London) June 2, 1949, p. 1-53.
Vyshinsky's comments on M. Schuman's remarks on the
question of German federalization.
FOREIGN RELATIONS AUSTRIA
CRANKSHAW, E. Russian game as it is played in Austria. In New York
times magazine section (New York) November 6, 1949, p. 153-.
Internal strife may reduce Austria to a position where
Russia may step in and seize it.
FOREIGN RELATIONS FINLAND
LEONTYEV, B. Where is the social democratic government leading
Finland? In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann-Arbor, Mich.)
November 29, 1949, 1:35-37. (From Pravda, October 24, p. 4.)
FOREIGN RELATIONS GERMANY
VIERECK, P. Soviet-German collaboration. In Forum (Philadelphia)
August 1949, 112:75-76.
Russo-German military cooperation from 1922 to 1941.
FOREIGN RELATIONS LATVIA
CAKSTE, :TiThUTS, Latvia and the Soviet Union. Part II. In.
Journal of Central European affairs (Boulder, Colo.) July 1949,
Part I. cited in Soviet Bibliography 50.1. Account
from the end of the first World war to 1941.
FOREIGN RELATIONS POLAND
STANFORD, NEAL. Poland: pattern of Soviet duplicity.
mercury (New York) July 1949, 69:71-82.
How Poland came under Soviet influence.
FOREIGN RELATIONS SATELLITE STATES
NYA iDI, N. How Moscow sabotages its own satellites; Molotov plan,
In Saturday evening post (Philadclphia) July 9, 1949, 222:28-29--.
FOREIGN RELATIONS UNITED STATES
INFORMAL Dr. Jessup and genial Mr. Malik. In U. S, news and world
report (Washington) May 20, 1949, 26-58-41,
IAUTERBACH, RICHARD. The prize that was lost. In New republic
(New York) November 28, 1949, p. 21-23.5,
Critique of E. R. Stettinius: Roosevelt and the Russians.
New York, Doubleday, 1949. See Soviet Bibliography 50.12.
PHILLIPS, JOSEPH B. The Quaker proposals for peace. In Newsweek
(New York) December 5, 1949, 34:37.
Review of: The United States and the Soviet Union: some
Quaker proposals for peace. A report prepared by the
American Friends-service committee. New Haven, Yale
university press, 1949,
SC11LRZSCHILD, LEOPOLD. iWith Stettinius at Yalta. In Plain talk
(New York) December 1949, 4:44-49.
Review of E. Stettinius: Roosevelt and the Russians
New York, Doubleday, 1949., cited in Soviet Bibliography
SHITH, W. B. Beedle in wonderland, In Time (Chicago) November
21, 1949, 54:33-34,
Bedell Smithts account of day-to-day life in Moscow.
TARSAIDZE ALEXANDER. John Quincy Adams in Russia. In Russia
(New York5 October 1949, 6:12-15.
(Continued from August 1949) John Quincy Adams as
American Minister to Russia.
TOWARD PEACE with the Russians; Americant Friends service committee.
In Commonweal (New York) June 17, 1949, 50:257.
Cultural and ideological harmony between U.S. and
FOREIGN RELATIONS YUGOSLAVIA
DiLLIN, DAVID J. The Yugoslav issue. In New leader (New York)
November 12, 1949, 32:2; November 19, 1949, 52:2.
Tito has stopped the Communist "social -revolution" in
Europe, at least for the time being.
FREIDIN, SEYIOUR. Winter of reckoning for Tito. In Collier's
(Springfield, Ohio) December 10, 1949, p. 18+-.
Dispute between Tito and Stalin.
HOW FAR WILL U.S. back Tito? In Business week (Albany, N. Y.)
September 10, 1949, p. 21.
Aid will be largely economic, not political.
FOREIGN TRADE HUNGRY
SOVIET-HUNGARIAN trade relations;discussion of an article entitled,
"The pattern of Soviet exploitation of eastern Europe", by P. R.
Porter and Gordon Anderson. In New Central European observer
(London) August 6, 1949, 2:185-184.
FOREIGN TRADE UNITED STATES
SOVIET'S steel trick backfires. In U. S. news and world report
(Washington) December 16, 1949, p. 26.
Economic rivalry between U.S. and USSR.
SOVIET TRADE squeeze fails. In Business week (Albany, N. Y.)
September 10, 1949, p. 125.
HaZaRD, J. N. Political, administrative, and judicial structure in
the U.S.S.R. since the war. In Annals of the American academy of
political and social science (Philadelphia) May 1949, 265:9-19.
i NEW CONCEPT of Russia's role in 1848. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 8, 1949, 1:15-16.
Review of A. S. Nifontov: "Russia in 18348." oscow,
State publishing house for textbooks and pedagogical
literature, 1949. Development of a Russian social
movement in 1848.
OGG, FREDERIC and H. Zink, Modern foreign governments. New York,
Macmillan, 1949. 1004p.
Includes political developments and institutions of
BENEDICT-H. SUMNER. A short history of Russia. Rev. ed. New York,
Harcourt, 1949. 469p.
Analysis of factors leading to present political and
social developments in the USSR.
HISTORY SATELLITE STaTES
DVORNIK, FRANCIS. The making of Central and Eastern Europe. London,
Polish research centre, 1949. 550p,
NELSON, WILLIAM, ed. Out of the crocodile's mouth; Russian cartoons
about the United States from "Krbkodil," Moscow's humor magazine,
Washington, Public affairs press, 1949. 116p.
A DAY IN THE ROUTINE of Comrade Josef Doakesky; all work end no
play, plus propaganda and spying. In Newsweek (New York) December
12, 1949, 54:40-41.
Russian worker's daily experience.
HOW GOOD are Russiats machines? In Business week (Albany, N. Y.)
September 5, 1949, p. 22-253.
GORYAINOV,-I, Man from the lathe teaches the experts; his name is a
trade mark, Genrikh Bortkevich. In Soviet weekly (London) November
17, 1949, p. 5.'
Bortkevich, inventor of high-speed metal-cutting methods.
KHAVIN, A.- Cutting speeds. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 29, 1949, 1:5-12.
From Novy Mir, no. 7, July 1949, 176-205p. 80 years'
NAGENGAST, WILLIAM E. Moscow, the Stalingrad of 1812: American re-
action toward Napoleon's retreat from Russia. In Russian review
(New York) October 1949, 8:302-515.
Paralledm between Moscow battle of 1812 and Stalingrad
battle of 1942.
MINES AND MINING CZECHOSLOVAKIA
STORM, WALTER. The Vrbensky mine-5. The five-year plan and the
future. In New Central European observer (London) October 29, 1949,
Last of series of articles. Shows organization of the
mine today, and participation of the miners in Five-year plan.
CARROLL, WALLACE. It takes a Russian to beat a Russian, In Life
(New York) December 19, 1949, 27:30-82.
Increasing popular resentment against their government
threatens USSR more than the German World war attack.
GORER, GEOFFREY and J. Rickman. The people of Great Russia.
London, Cresset press, 1949.
Analysis of the Great-Russian national character, with
ten descriptive sketches of Russian peasant life by Rickman.
GUINS, GEORGE C. East and West in Soviet ideology. In Russian
review (New York) October 1949, 8:271-285.
OCCUPATION POLICY, RUSSIAN GERMANY
ENTER THE RUSSIANS, bearing gifts. Inn Newsweek (New York) May 9,
Significance of Russia's lifting the Berlin blockade,
SOLOVEYTCHIK, G. After the blockade. In Contemporary review
(London) June 1949, 175:525-550.
Developments after Berlin blockade.
MALENKOV, G. M. The voice of Russia: 'we don't want war'! In U. S.
news and world report (Washington) December 9, 1949, 27:65-71.
Full text of speech as it appeared in the Russian
official newspapers. Same as: The USSR and peace which
appeared in December 1949 issue of Soviet Russia today.
WORLD women's federation will press wide fight for peace. In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) December 9, 1949, 9:729-750,
BILAINKIN, GEORGE, Tito; a biography. London, Williams, 1949.
CARR, E. H, The riddle of a-public face. In New republic
(New York) November 28, 1949, p. 19-21.
Critique of I. Deutscher: Stalin; a political biography,
London, Oxford university press, 1949. See Soviet
DALL, ROBERT.* Dictator and slave. In Plain talk (New York)
December 1949, 4:49-52,
Review-of I. Deutscher's, Stalin: a political biography,
London, Oxford university press, 1949, cited in Soviet
FISCHER, GEORGE. General Vlasov's official biography. In Russian
review (New York) October 1949, 8:284-301.
Translation of General Vlasov's biography, by V. Osokin,
Berlin, 1944, Survey of his career, and his part in
Russia's campaign against Germany.
GARMAN, DOUGLAS, Stalin and the socialist state. In World news
and views (London) November 12, 1949, 29:544-545.
On the occasion of Stalin's seventieth birthday.
KIROV, bolshevik fighter and builder, is revered across Soviet land.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) December 9, 1949, 9:726-
One of the leaders of the Revolution, victim of an assassin.
MALENKOV, GEORGI M. G. M. Malenkov, heir apparent to Stalin, has
long been trained in all devices of Russian policy to keep the
'cold war' going. In U. S. news and world report (Washington)
December 9, 1949, 27:42-453
PERSONALITIES SATELLITE STATES
WHO'S WHO in Eastern Europe's Politburos. In United Nations world
(New York) December 1949, 5:5-9.
HILTON, RICHARD. Military Attache in Moscow. London, Hollis,
General Hiltcisexperiences in Russia and exposition on
the charge of being a spy.
POLITICAL PENETRATION ALBANIA
DEANE, PHILIP. Two pieces of gold buy a look behind Albania's
iron curtain. In Sunday star (Washington) December 11, 1949, po Cl-+
Information about Albania.
HAUSER, E. 0. Red rape of Albania. In Saturday evening post
(Philadelphia) November 26, 1949, 222:26-271 .
POLITICAL PENETRATION CHINA
THE INAUGURATION of the all-China society for Sino-Soviet friendship
In Soviet press translation (Seattle) December 1, 1949, 4:652-654,
From Pravda, October 7, 1949.
TERGENYEV, K. The victory of the democratic forces of China over
Kuomintang-reaction. Inn Soviet press translations (Seattle)
December 1, 1949, 4:645-652,
Program of Communist party in China and assistance,
political, ideological etc.-given by-Russia. Trans-
lated from Bolshevik, no,14, July 50, 1949.
POLITICAL PENETRATION EASTERN EUROPE
1BALKAN EUPIREt fades for Soviets: Russia's hold on eastern Europe
is in real danger; that fact, alarming Moscow, is behind Stalin-
Tito squabbles. In U. S. hews and world report (Washington)
September 2, 1949, p, 24-25.
THE SOVIET STATE in the struggle for peace and democracy, in New
times (Moscow) November 2, 1949, p. 1-5.
Russia described as bulwark of democracy, peace and
HUXLEY, JULIAN. Heredity East and West; Lysenko and world science.
New York, Schuman, 1949. 256p.
Lysenko's views on genetics, and the regimentation of this
science in the USSR. Revie'r in New York times book review
(New York) November 27, 1949, p. 44 ,
HUXLEY, JULIAN. Why Lysenko is important. In New republic
(New York) December 5, 1949, p. 11-14.
Lysenko's standardization of Russian acceptance of
SOVIET SCIENTIFIC shortsightedness. In Collierts (Springfield,
Ohio) June 11, 1949, 125:86.
Control of scientific research detrimental to Russia.
ZIRKLE, CONWAY. Death of a science in Russia. Philadelphia,
University of Pennsylvania press, 1949. 553p.
Events leading to the schism between Russian scientists
and the West.
BABKIN, B. P. Pavlov: a biography, Chicago, University press,
The life and work of a Russian scientist written by his
HOW RELIABLE-are Soviet statistics? Inn New republic (New York)
May 16, 1949, 120:supp. 10,
TERROR TACTICS YUGOSLAVIA
ANTI-SOVIET arrests must stop, USSR warns Yugoslavia (text of note,
August 18, 1949) In USSR inXormation bulletin (Washington)
September 9, 1949, 9:53355-556-i.
today (New York)
Soviet trade union democracy.
December 1949, p. 18-19t-.
YEGURAZDOV, S. 280 million trade unionists.
(London) November 17, 1949, p. 5.
In Soviet Russia
In Soviet weekly
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
The USSR and U.N.O.
London, The British-Soviet
MOSKVIN, A.- At the General assembly; II, In New times (Moscow)
November 16, 1949, p. 18-22.
Vyshinsky's proposals for prevention of war preparations
and for a Five-power pact. Part I cited in Soviet
VICTOROV, Y. The new contribution of the USSR to the struggle for
world peace. In Soviet press translations (Seattle) December 1,
NYARADI, M. I saw Russia preparing for World war III.
evening post (Philadelphia) July 2, 1949, 222:22-234-.