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BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50,17
January 18, 1950
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
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OFFICE OF INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH
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 Department'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 35653
MAKHIV, HRYHORY. New cultivated crops in Ukraine.
quarterly (New York) Autumn 1949, 5:518-525.
ELY, LOUIS B. The Red army today.
Military service publishing company,
1st ed. Harrisburg, Pa.,
ATTITUDE TOWARD UKRAINE
MAI IFG, CLARENCE A. Total war and
(New York) Autumn 1949, 5:524-530.
Russian attitude toward Ukraine
total war involves not only the
also the securing of the peace.
Ukraine. In Ukrainian quarterly
after World war II stresses
winning of victory, but
DOBLHOFF, LILY. The deviationistt" slogan. In Commonweal (New York)
January 6, 1950, 51:558-560. (4)
Deviations in communism from Trotzky's expulsion to the
PHILLIPS, JOSEPH B, The Soviet view of the future. In Newsweek
(New York) January 2, 1949, 55:27, (5)
Discusses Malenkov's claim that communism and capitalism
can live side by side in peace.
VAVILOVA, L. The primary organization in the school. In Current
digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, 1.ich.) December 27, 1949, 1:3-
Methods of a communist party school in Russia.
HSIEH, YUEH. Mao Tse-tung's "Revolution". In Fourth international
(New York) December 1949, 10:328-552, (7)
Industrial and commercial policy, and perspectives of
COMMUNISM GREAT BRITAIN
Penguin books, 1949.
The case for communism.
COMMUNISM UNITED STATES
FOSTER, WILLIAM Z. In defense of the Communist party and the indicted
leaders. New York, New century publishers, 1949. 96p, (9)
THE GREAT STALIN Constitution. In Soviet news (London) December 6,
1949, p. 5. (10)
CONSTITUTION GERXmANY (RUSSIAN ZONE)
OFFICE OF THE HIGH COIiISSIONER for Germany. Office of political
affairs. Foreign relations division. Constitutional developments
in the Soviet zone. n. p., October 15, 1949. 60p. (11)
GERlIAIN, ERNEST. Purge of Soviet culture. In Fourth international
(New York) December 1949, 10:332-336, (12)
States that an international revolution will liberate
Russian art and science from close control.
BODER, DAVID P. I did not interview the dead.
of Illinois press, 1949. 220p.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
LUNDBERG, YNGVE. So this is Russia.
SELEHEN, HALYNA, Soviet family life.
(New York) Autumn 1949, 5:340-346.
London, Falcon press, 1949,
In Ukrainian quarterly
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS ALBAN1IA
PERVENTSEV, ARKADI. Albania. In New times (Moscow) December 7,
1949, p. 25-29. (16)
Progress of Albania's industrialization.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COFDITJ.ONS ESTONIA
KAREDA, ENDEL. Estonia in the Soviet grip; life and conditions under
Soviet occupation, 1947-1949. London, Boreas publishing company,
1949. lOOp. (17)
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS IRAN
YOUNG, T. CUYLER, The race between Russia and reform in Iran.
Foreign affairs (New York) January 1950, 28:251-252,
Seven-year plan of Iranian self-development in coopera-
tion with Western technical aid.
KURSKII, A. The planning of the national economy of the U.SiS.R.
Moscow, Foreign languages publishing house, 19494 215pt (19)
Analysis of planning and the method used in putting plans
STERNBERG, FRITZ.- Tractors and Titoism. In Nation (New York)
December 31, 1949, 169:644-645. (20)
Russia wants Eastern European countries industrially depen-
dent upon her.
ECONOMIC POLICY YUGOSLAVIA
MOFFAT, ABE. Tito gang-tool of the warmongers. Inn World news and
views (London) December 17, 1949, 29:608-609. (21)
Tito said to be placing Yugoslavia in Anglo-American orbit.
ECONOMIC POLICY WESTERN EUROPE
LEONTYEV, A. North Atlantic treaty will cost Europe 40,000,000,000
dollars. In Soviet weekly (London) December 15, 1949, p. 5. (22)
Marshall plan countries declared spending larger sums for
aims than they receive for economic aid.
EATON, JOHN. Political economy; a Marxist textbook. New York,
International publishers, 1949. 250p. (25)
G30.?GIEV, Dr2ITR, Indictment presented by the prosecutor-general of
the Bulgarian people's republic in the case of Traicho Kostov and his
accomplices. In New times supplement (Moscow) December 7, 1949,
no. 50, p. 1-25. (24)
WARAONGERS fail again; meaning of the treason trial in Bulgaria.
In Soviet weekly (London) December 15, 1949, p. 6. (25)
Kostov's plans for the Balkans.
SVERDLOV, G. M. Marriage and family law in the countries of
People's democracy, In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor,
Mich.) December 27, 1949, 1 5. (26)
MOLOTOV, V. M. Problems of foreign policy: speeches and statement*
April 1945-November 1948. Mloscow, Foreign languages publishing
house, 1949. 610p. (27)
TARLE, E. Some features of the Stalin foreign policy of the Soviet
Union. In New times (iloscow) December 14, 1949, p. 9-15. (28)
BOUSCAREN, ANTHONY T. Soviet expansion and the West. San Francisco,
1949. 199p, (29)
FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA
GREEN, 0. M. Russia and the Chinese communists. In Eastern world
(London) October 1949, p. 5-7. (50)
FOREIGN RELATIONS SATELLITE STATES
RADITSA, BOGDAN. The coming battlefield? In Plain talk (New York)
January 1950, 4:25-25. (51)
Satellite states said to be planning course of action
FOREIGN POLICY UNITED STATES
SERGEYEVA, F. The State department's dead horses. In New times
(Lioscow) December 7, 1949, p. 14-17. (32)
Author states that State dept. continues cold war under
new methods instead of trying co-operation with Soviet
FOREIGNT POLICY YUGOSLAVIA
Tito's plot against Europe. London, Lawrence, 1949.
Significance of Yugoslav policies in Eastern Europe since
DOMBROVSKY, ALEXANDER. Prehistory of Ukraine and Russian histori-
ography. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Autumn 1949, 5:356-359.
45% UP ON 1950 target; steel works' present to Stalin.
weekly (London) December 15, 1949, p. 1,
Machines guard human hands from danger.
December 15, 1949, p. 5,
of the workers in Soviet engineering.
VAVILOV, S. I. Science joins forces with farmers, workers,
Soviet weekly (London) December 15, 1949, p. 7.
STRUVE, GLEB. Anti-westernis-. in recent Soviet literature.
Yale review (New York) December 1949, 39:209-224.
M]ISHCHENKO, MICHAEL. Medical science in Ukraine under the Soviets.
In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Autumn.1949, 5:510-517, (59)
TITO'S UKRAINIAN FORERUNNERS. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York)
Autumn 1949, 5:295-299, (40)
Shumsky described as Ukrainian forerunner of Tito.
OCCUPATION POLICY, RUSSIAN GERMANY
RISE OF A RED wehrmacht. In Plain talk (New York) January 1950, 4:12-
A correspondent, reveals facts about Russo-German collab-
PEARSON WILLIAM. We must fight for peace. In Soviet weekly
(London5 December 15, 1949, p. 5. (42)
Impressions of the Scottish miners' delegation of the
SOVIET SEMANTICS, the current phase of the Soviet "peace" campaign.
In Economist (London) November 19, 1949, 157:1110-1111. (45)
THE SOVIET UNION'S fight for peace at the United Nations General
assembly. In Soviet news (London) December 9, 1949, p. 1. (44)
Commentary from Pravda.
VYSHINSKY, A. Y. On condemnation of preparations for a new war and
the conclusion of a 5-power pact to strengthen peace. In Current
digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mlich.) December 27, 1949,
Complete text from Pravda and Izvestia. Speeches on peace
and atom. (Continued)
ARONOVITCH, SAM. Stalin as an economist. In World news and views
(London) December 17, 1949, 29:604-606. (46)
Stalin and Lenin regarded founders of the political
economy of socialism.
DI VITTORIO, GIUSEPPE. Stalin and the international working class.
In New times (Moscow) December 14, 1949, p. 5-9. (47)
On the occasion of Stalin's 70th birthday.
KALINOV, KYRIL D. Stalin's private life, In Washington post
parade (Washington) January 8, 1950, p. 6-7. (48)
The author is a refugee in the United States.
MACLEAN', FITZROY. Tito: a study. In Foreign affairs (New York)
January 1950, 28:251-246. (49)
Career of Tito viewed as principal factor in Yugoslav
VLASOV, I. A. J. V. Stalin-founder of the multinational Soviet
socialist state. In Soviet news (London) December 12, 1949, p. 1-3.
LUCKYJ, G. Review of Oksana Kasenkina: Leap to freedom. New York,
Lippincott, 1949. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Autumn 1949
Cited in Soviet Bibliography 50.12:11.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
TCHERNOV, F, Will the state be preserved under communism? In
Soviet press translations (Seattle) January 1, 1950, 5:22-24. (52)
Elaboration of Stalin's remarks that the Soviet state will
wither if capitalist encirclement is liquidated and is re-
placed by socialist encirclement.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT CHINA
CH'EN, CHIH- IAI, Kuomintang-Communist relations; a historical survey
Washington, 1949. 38p. (55)
KEDRYN, IVAN. Ukrainian political science today. In Ukrainian
quarterly (New York) Autumn 1949, 5:300-509. (54)
Ukrainian historical and political development, structure
and foreign policy.
GROSSIAN, VASILY. Stalingrad city of Stalin. In New times
(Moscow) December 7, 1949, p. 6-10. (55)
Stalingrad described as symbol of Stalin's energy.
SIAL-STOCKY, ROMAN. The right of self-determination of the non-
Russian nationalities in the Soviet Union. In Ukrainian quarterly
(New York) Autumn 1949, 5:360-565. (56)
MILLIONS participate in socialist emulation movement. In Soviet news
(London) December 9, 1949, p. 2. (57)
Pravda editorial. Workers putting socialism into practice
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL assembly; Y. A. Malik's speech on arms reduction
on December 6. In Soviet news (London) December 13, 1949, p. 2.
VOICE OF AMERICA
LET'S CHANGE the voice of America! In Christian century (Chicago)
December 14, 1949, 66:1479-1481. (59)
States that the Voice of America should stress achieve-
ments in peaceful development.
WORLD WAR, 1959-1945
ASSMA.NN, KURT. The battle for Loscow, turning point of the war. In
Foreign affairs (New York) January 1950, 28:509-326. (60)
German campaign against Russia and conflicts in strategy
within the German high command.