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BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50.16

January 4, 1950







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FOREWORD


The fortnightly Soviet Bibliography is an attempt to list on a

current basis the most significant published materials having to do

with the Sovict 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

published.

Emphasis must be placed on the fact that the bibliography lists

only a fraction of the pertinent materials in the Department's collec-

tion. Requests for supplementary and additional materials are always

welcome.

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 35565


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AGRICULTURE

BERGSON, BRJM. The yield of the sickle. In New republic
(New York) November 28, 1949, 121:24-26, (1)
Critique of Naum Jasny: The socialized agriculture of
the USSR. Stanford, Calif., Stanford university press,
1949, cited in Soviet Bibliography 50,11:1; S. S. Balzak:
Economic geography of the USSR. New York, Macmillan, 1949,
cited in Soviet Bibliography 50.10:9.


AGRICULTURE RUMANIA

COLLECTIVISATION in Rumania in 1949. In Digest (London) November
19, 1949, p. Al-A3. (2)


AIRCRAFT

DODSON, JOHN T. Russia's rocket fighter, In Flying (Chicago)
January 1950, p. 13-15. (5)
Russia claims to have built a plane that can climb
50,000 feet in 35 minutes.


ART AND STATE

MILLER, J. Review of Alexander Werth: Musical uproar in Moscow.
London, Turnstile press, 1949. In Soviet studies (Oxford) October
1949, 1:157-162. (4)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography 50.15:2.


ATOMIC BOMB

VYSHINSKY, A. Y, On prohibition of the atomic weapon and establish-
ment of international control. In New times supplement (Moscow)
November 25, 1949, no, 48, p. 1-15. (5)
Vyshinsky speech, November 10, 1949.


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VYSHINSKY, A. Y. On the banning of atomic weapons and on inter-
national control. -In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor
Mich.) December 20, 1949, p. 9-24. (6)

VYSHINSKY, A. Y. Outlaw atom weapon but allow full scope for
peaceful use of atomic energy. In Soviet weekly supplement (London)
December 1, 1949, p. 1-2. (7)
Speech at the United Nations General assembly on November
25.


ATOMIC ENERGY

UNITED NATIONS special political committee. A. Y. Vyshinsky's
speech on prohibition of atomic weapons and international control of
atomic energy. In Soviet news (London) November 14, 1949, p. 1-3.
(8)


COMMUNISM HUNGRY

HUNGARY as a dictatorship of the proletariat. In World today
(London) December 1949, 5:510-520, (9)


COM viUNISM POLAND

THE PURGE. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stockholm)
December 16, 1949, 5:276-277. (10)
Polish communists must follow Kremlin line.


COMMUNISM YUGOSLAVIA

GUISE, ROBERT. Pattern for puppets. In Magazine of Wall street
(New York) December 51, 1949, 85:513. (11)
Impact of Tito's defection upon communism.

HANDLER, M. S. Kremlin pattern fails with Tito. In New York
times magazine section (New York) November 20, 1949, p. 124-. (12)


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CONSTITUTION


BARANOVSKY; M.
December 1, 1949,


CURRENCY QUESTION


The Stalin Constitution.
p. 1--.


In Soviet weekly (London)
(13)


VOLUISKY, N. Soviet currency is the most stable in the world.
Soviet weekly (London) December 1, 1949, p. 6.


In
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


CHEPRAKOV, V. The growth of a new economic crisis in the capitalist
world. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
December 6, 1949, 1:3-6. (15)
Extracted from Bolshevik no, 13, July 15, 1949, p. 46-56.
Stresses the economic aspects of overproduction.


DALLIN, D. J. Black market in Russia.
(New York) December 1949, 69:676-684.


In American mercury


GALANTIERE, LEWIS. Through the Russian looking-glass. In Foreign
affairs (New York) October 1949, 28:114-124. (17)
Review of La Russie en 1839 by the Marquis de Custine,
4v., first published in Paris by Amyot in 1843, and
republished in Moscow in a Russian translation in 1930,


LABIN, SUZANNE. Stalin's Russia. London, Gollancz, 1949.

Reviewed in (London) Times literary supplement, July
8, 1949, p. 459.

MATTHEWS, TANYA. Russian child and Russian wife, In Digest
(London) November 12, 1949, 11:C1-C2.
Author's early life in Russia with description of
living conditions,


492p.
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS MONGOLIA


25th ANNIVERSARY of the Monogolian people's republic,
(Moscow) November 50, 1949, p. 5-4.


In New times
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS SATELLITE STATES

IN THE PEOPLE'S DEMOCRACIES. In.New times (Moscow) November 2,,,
1949, p. 16-17. (21)
Accomplishments of economic planning in Poland and
Rumania,


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS UNITED STATES


LEMIN, I. USA exports unemployment. In Soviet weekly (London)
December 8, 1949, p. 5. (22)
American business, says author, is trying to check the
growth of unemployment by increasing exports to
European countries.


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS YUGOSLAVIA


DACIE, ANNE.
320p,


Instead of the brier.


Journey through Tito's Yugoslavia,


London, Harvill press, 1949,
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ECONOMIC POLICY


FIVE-YEAR PLAN for Soviet empire.
December 10, 1949, p. 101-102.


In Business week (Albany, N. Y.)
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ECONOMICS


MILLER, J. Some recent developments in Soviet economic thought.
In Soviet studies (Oxford) October 1949, 1:119-127. (25)
Surveys the contributions of Strumilin and Matislavsky
to Soviet economic thought,
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EDUCATION


PANFILOVA, T. Friends of the school. 'In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) December 20, 1949, 1:5-4, (26)
Work of Parents' committees with Moscow schools.


EDUCATION HUNGRY


THE STUDY OF RUSSIAN-to be intensified in Hungary.
(London) October 29, 1949, 11:B7-B8.


In Digest


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EDUCATION POLAND


POLISH EDUCATION reorganised. In Digest (London)
11:A1-A5.
Communisation of education in Poland.


October 29, 1949
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ESPIONAGE HUNGRY

DEAK, ZOLTAN. The Tito-Rajk conspiracy against the camp of peace
and democracy. In Political affairs (New York) December 1949,
28:87-94. (29)
Review of: Laszlo Rajk and his accomplices before the
People's court, Budapest, 1949.


FOREIGN POLICY


SCHUMAN, FREDERICK L. Soviet politics. Rev. ed. New York,
Knopf, 1949. 710p.
Significance of the Soviet revolution for the Russian
people and for the world.


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FOREIGN POLICY UNITED STATES

U. S. POLICY abroad-jumbled?
report (Washington) December
American attitude toward
inconsistent.


In United States news and world
23, 1949, p. 16-17.
communist states said to be


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FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA


MEETING in Moscow. In Time (Chicago) December 26, 1949, p. 13.
(52)
Meeting between Mao Tse-tung and Stalin for possible
cooperation,


FOREIGN RELATIONS IRAN

BELOFF, MAX. Review of George Lenczowski: Russia and the West in
Iran, 1918-1948; a study in big-power rivalry. New York, Cornell
university press, 1949. In Political science quarterly (New York)
December 1949, 64:611-613, (33)
See Soviet Bibliography 50.7:6,


FOREIGN RELATIONS UNITED STATES
THE UNITED STATES and the Soviet Union. New Haven, Yale university
press, 1949. (34)
The Quaker report on the prospects for peace, Reviewed
by Richard Lauterbach in New republic (New York)
December 26, 1949, 121:20-21.


FOREIGN RELATIONS YUGOSLAVIA


GERVASI, FRANK. The defense of the Tito regime. In New republic
(New York) December 19, 1949, 121:15-16. (35)
How America should help to keep Yugoslavia in the
Western orbit. Second of two articles. First article
cited in Soviet Bibliography 50.15:8.


FORTIFICATIONS FINLAND

VIIPURI and Porkkala. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) December 16, 1949, 3:276. (36)
Finnish regions of Viipuri and Porkkala -out of
bounds for visitors because of work on fortifications.


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HEALTH INSURANCE

ARALOVETS, NADEZHDA. Paid leave to nurse sick child. In Soviet
weekly (London) December 8, 1949, p. 4. (37)


HISTORY

:EITPrEr JULES, Stalin and his Russia, In Nineteenth century and
after (London) December 1949, 146:595-404, (38)
Title of 1st part: Legend and reality. Begins with
nineteenth century. (To be continued)

WHITE, JOHN A. Siberian intervention. Princeton, N, J.,
Princeton university press, 1949. 450p, (59)
The Allied struggle against the early Soviets- the
race for Siberian railroads, the Kolchak regime.


HISTORY SOURCES

STALIN, J. Unpublished writings of Stalin. In Labour monthly
(London) December 1949, 51:561-568. (40)
Unpublished articles by Stalin, translated and
published for the first time.


LABOR YUGOSLAVIA

MOROZOV, V. Economic dislocation and exploitation of the workers in
Tito's Yugoslavia. In New times (Moscow) November 50, 1949,
p. 12-15, (41)


LAW HUNGRY

A NEW CIVIL CODE for Hungary; courts to punish all who oppose
Communism. In Digest (London) November 19, 1949, p. 4-5, (42)


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MACHINE INDUSTRY


ALEXANDROV, N. Our engineers build sinews of peace.
weekly (London) December 1, 1949, p. 7.
USSR economic growth benefits from new machines.


In Soviet
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METAL INDUSTRIES

NIKONOV, V. New achievements of Soviet metallurgical industry.
In Soviet news (London) November 10, 1949, p. 4.


NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS


GORER, GEOFFREY and J. Rickman. The people of Great Russia; a
psychological study. London, Cresset press, 1949. 256p.


NAVY

SOVIET adds to navy: U. S. cuts back, In United States news and
world report (Washington) December 30, 1949, p. 18-19.
Growth of sea power in Russia a future threat to
United States.


PEACE PROPAGANDA


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THE MOVEMENT of millions for peace will save humanity. In Soviet
weekly (London) December 8, 1949, p. 3. (47)
Vyshinsky calls for more peace efforts in the United
Nations.


OVSYANNIKOVA, M. and E. Shevelyova. Heralds of peace. In New
times (Moscow) November 30, 1949, p. 4-8,
Report on Moscow meeting of Women's international
democratic federation.


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PERSONALITIES


MEN IN POWER. Review of Walter Duranty: Stalin and Co., the
Politburo, the men who run Russia. London, Seeker, 1949. In
Times literary supplement (London) December 2, 1949, p. 786.
See Soviet Bibliography 50:4.


S3RGEY KIROV outstanding working class leader,
(London) December 8, 1949, p. 7.
The life and work of Kirov,


In Soviet weekly
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POLITICAL PENETRATION ALBANIA


PERVENTSEV, ARKADI. Albania; from a-writer's travel diary,
New times (Moscow) November 25, 1949, no, 48, p. 26-52.
Albania being gradually freed from Anglo-Saxon
"intrusions".


In
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POLITICAL PENETRATION POLAND


KUSNIERZ, BRONISLAW.
516p,


Stalin and the Poles. London, Hollis, 1949,
(52)


An indictment of the Soviet leaders.


POLITICAL PENETRATION SATELLITE STATES


THE SOVIET Trojan horse.
(Stockholm) December 16,
Communist tactics in


In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
1949, 5:274-275. (55)
various countries,


POLITICS ANiD GOVEPNMNT

STEPANYAN, Ts. Ths Soviet state-chief instrument of the construc-
tion of communism in the U.S.S.R. In Current digest of the Soviet
press (Ann Arbor, Mich,) December 20, 1949, p. 5-7, (54)
Summary of Bolshevik, no. 14,


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POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT YUGOSLAVIA

TITO. Political report delivered April 9, 1949. Belgrade,
Jugoslovenska knjiga, 1949. 54p.


TITOISM'S YEAR VI.
56:25.


In Pathfinder (Chicago) December 14, 1949,


WERTH, ALEXANDER. Browned off. In New statesman and nation
(London) December 5, 1949, 38:6544-.
Review of Richard Hilton, Military Attache in Moscow.
London, Hollis, 1949, cited in Soviet Bibliography
50.15:17.


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PUBLIC HEALTH UKRAINE


MEDVED, LEV. Health centres service every village.
weekly (London) December 1, 1949, p. 8.
Soviet Health service at work in Ukraine.


In Soviet


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RADIO BROADCASTING


BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION. Monitoring service.
world broadcasts. Pt. 1: U.S.S.R. and eastern Europe.


Summary
London,


of
1947.
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REFUGEES ESTONIA

THREE RECENT fugitives. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) December 16, 1949, 3:272-275. (60)
Describes Russian control of Estonian frontiers.


REVOLUTIONS

VOIGT, F. A. The Russian and Chinese revolutions.-V. In Soundings
(London) December 1949, p. 17-20. (61)
Part 5. Chinese revolution is examined in the light of
autocracy, orthodoxy and nationality.


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SCIENCE
FREEDOM of science and research. In Newsletter from behind the
iron curtain (Stockholm) December 16, 1949, 3:270-272. (62)
Excerpts from article printed in Bolshevik no 12,
June 30, 1949, by S. Kaftanov: To perfect the teaching
of the doctrines of Marxism-Leninism at the universities.

LEIKIND, MORRIS C, The genetics controversy in the U.S.S.R.; a
bibliographic survey, Washington, American genetic association,
1949. p. 205-208. (63)


STALIN

BITTELMAN, ALEXANDER. Stalin: on his seventieth birthday. In
Political affairs (New York) December 1949, 28:1-13. (64)

STALIN: the Lenin of today. In Political affairs (New York)
December 1949, 28:14-17, (65)

TOWSTER, JULIAN. Review of Isaac Deutscher: Stalin; a political
biography, London, Oxford university press, 1949. In American
political science review (Evanston, Ill.) December 1949, 45:1290-
1291. (66)
See Soviet Bibliography 50,3:19.

USSR information bulletin (Washington) December 21, 1949, 9:749-
785. (67)
Special Stalin issue. Contents: J. V. Stalin, great
continue of Lenin's cause; J. V. Stalin, founder of
the multinational Soviet socialist state; Struggle for
peace is keystone of Soviet foreign policy; J. V. Stalin,
inspire and organizer of socialist industrialization;
Soviet peasantry, led by J. V. Stalin, heads for new
victories; Generalissimo Stalin, great military leader;
J. V. Stalin and Soviet science; J. V. Stalin and the
efflorescence of Soviet culture; Gori, birthplace of
J. V. Stalin; The love of the people.


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UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
AGAINST WAR preparations and for the conclusion of a Five-power
pact to strengthen peace. In Soviet news (London) November 22
1949, p. 1-4, (68)
Vyshinsky's speech at the UN political committee on
November 16. Proposals for prevention of war prep-
arations and for a Five-power pact. (Continued)

UNITED NATIONS political committee. A. Y. Vyshinsky's speech on
the Greek question on November 1. In Soviet news (London)
November 8, 1949, p. 2-5. (69)
Article on the same subject cited in Soviet Bibliography
50.14:12.

UNITED NATIONS political committee; speech by A. Y. Vyshinsky on
Five-power pact to strengthen peace. In Soviet news (London)
November 16, 1949, p. 1-4; November 17, 1949, p. 1-5. (70)
Vyshinsky calls for a Five-power pact to strengthen peace.

VYSHINSKY, A. Y. On condemning preparation of a new war and on
concluding a Five-power pact for the strengthening of peace. In
New times supplement (Moscow) November 25, 1949, no. 48, p. 16-46.
(71)
Speech by A. Y. Vyshinsky in Committee one of the
United Nations General assembly, November 14, 16, 1949,


UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATIONS YUGOSLAVIA

XYDIS, STEPHEN G. Money for Tito? In Forum (Philadelphia)
November 1949, 102:272-274. (72)
What United States can do in Yugoslavia.


WAR PLANS GERI BNY

TETENS, T. H. New German blueprint: war on Russia's side. In
United Nations world (New York) December 1949, 5:17-21+. (75)
Behind-the-scenes of German revenge against the West.


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