SOVIET BIBLIOGRA \
BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50.20
March 1, 1950
DLrFiRTL.'JT 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 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, IR, Room 202, State Annex #1, or call Republic
5600, extension 3363.
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GRIBACHEV, NIKOLAI. Success of Soviet collective farming is due to
free creative labor. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
February 10, 1950, 10:90-91. (232)
TOKAREV, K. Farmers reap the fruit of progress. In Soviet
weekly (London) February 2, 1950, p.5.
Electrisation and mechanization on Russian collective
farms provides prosperity for individual farmers.
U.S.S.R. another escapee story. In U.S. naval institute
ings (Annapolis) February 1950, 76:224-225.
Taken from Chicago Tribune, December 7.
Information concerning the Soviets' four years of
efforts to prepare for war with the United States in
In The Commonweal (New York) February 24, 1950,
Negotiations with Russia about atomic weapons should
continue to check arms race.
CHIN ARMED FORCES
1WEINTAL, EDWARD. Russians training Chinese forces and building up
arms. In Newsweek (New York) February 13, 1950, 35:27-28. (236)
CHINA LAND TENURE
survey (New York)
Land reform plans in China.
February 22, 1950, p.33-38.
In Far Eastern
CITIES AND PLACES STALINGRAD
RODIONOV, V. Inspired people of Stalingrad are restoring their
city. In USSR information bulletin (Wiashington) February 10,
1950, 10:94-95. (238)
Slii~!ONS, ERNEST J. USSR: A concise handbook.
Cornell university press, 1950. 510p.
The culture and development of Russia.
STRAKHOVSKY, LEONID I. A handbook of Slavic studies.
Mass., Harvard university press, 1949. 753p.
LENINtS IDEAS ARE TRIJMPHING.
1950, p. 1-3.
In New times (Moscow) January 18,
POSPELOV, P. N. Under the great and invincible banner of Lenin
and Stalin forward to the triumph of communism! In Soviet news
(London) January 24, 1950, p.2-6- (242)
Same article in Soviet news (London) January 26, p.l-4.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA ECONOMIC nND SOCIAL CONDITIOiS
WERTH, ALEXAND.ER. OzCe:hoslovakia revisited. In Nation (Now York)
January 21, 1950, 1J7056-58. (243)
Education, the c-huch, and relations with Germany.
Title of 3rd part. Prague, Rome, and Bonn. This is the
last of a sei-.es of articles on Cze:.boslovakia. Part I
cited in Soviea Bibliography 50,.183, I- f II cited in
Soviet Bibliography 50.19:5.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
AIv ERICAN RJSSIAN institute. The USSR basic facts. Prepared by
Bernard L. Koten. Now York, January 1950. 1 folder. (244)
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ANSW~RINQI TIEE QUESTIONS on liberty in the U.S.S.R. In World news
and Viewv (London) February 4, 1950, 30:55. (245)
Russia said to enjey more liberty than Britain under the
Labor party government,
BYKOV, PAVEL. A Soviet lathe operator speaks out. In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) February 10, 1950, 10:85-86. (246)
Workers' vacations well planned.
EVERYDAY LIFE. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stock-
holm) February 3, 1950, 4:24-25. (247)
Estonian refugee tells of shortage of food in USSR,
FEDULOV, S. Social benefits add more than third to Soviet workers'
wages. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) February 10,
1950, 10:80-81. (248)
LEONTIEV, A. Steady improvement of workers' life is a law of
socialism. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) February 10,
1950, 10:78-79. (249)
PANOVA, VERA. The factory. London, Putnam, 1950. 268p. (250)
Novel of life in a Soviet factory settlement.
PEARSON, WILLIAM. Is life dull in the Soviet Union? In Soviet
weekly (London) January 26, 1950, p.8. (251)
Impressions of visiting Scotch miners.
PERVENTSEV, ARKADII. Work in the Soviet Union is a matter of honor,
glory and heroism. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
February 10, 1950, 10:75-77. (252)
RESULTS OF FULFILLMENT of state plan of the USSR for 1949. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) February 10, 1950,
Report of the Central statistical board of the Council
of the ministers of the USSR. Same article appeared in
New times supplement (Moscow) January 25, 1950, no.4, p.1-8;
cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.19:4; Soviet weekly
(London) January 26, 1950, p.3+
SOLOVIEV, L. Soviet social insurance stands guard over health,
welfare of all. In USSR information bulletin. (Washington)
February 10, 1950, 10:82-84. (254)
TRAKHTENBERG, I. Crises impossible in the Soviet Union. In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) February 10, 1950, 10:73-74. (255)
TREGUBOV, VLADIMIIR. Vassili Markov, export auto mechanic, leads an
active and full life. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
February 10, 1950, 10:88-89. (256)
SHiRP, IAURIE. The Molotov plan rolls over Eastern Europe. In
United Nations world (New York) February 1950, 4:57-60. 1~57)
NORMAND, J. F. The spirit of Russian economics. London, Dobson,
1950. 130p. (258)
Trends and ideas which have shaped modern Russian economic
VOTING RULES for Soviet electors. In Soviet weekly (London)
February 2, 1950, p.7. (259)
Regulations for elections to Supreme Soviet of the USSR.
THOM!SON, IL.'FISON S. Review of J. S. Roucok: Slavonic encyclo-
paedia. New York, Philosophical library, 1949. In Journal of
Central European affairs (Boulder, Colo.) October 1949, 9:330-332.
See Soviet Bibliography #50.3:7.
HOW RJSSIA got U.S. secrets: 10,000 spies in Key places. In U.S.
news and world report (Washington) February 17, 1950, 28:11-13.
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The red menace; Soviets spy organization.
FINLAND ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
BESj, DELinREE. How Finland balks her communists. In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) February 25, 1950, 222:28-294 (263)
Finland has induced anti-communist voters to participate
in all elections, and tries to steer from economic
dependency on other countries.
F FOREIGN RE LT IO NS
CORBETT, PERCY E. Old wine- Soviet bottles. In World politics
(New Haven) January 1950, 2:285-294. (264)
Russian diplomatic methods based upon Potemkin's
FOREIGN \ RELATIONS UNITED STATES
ACHESON, DEAN. Why agreement with Russia is blocked. In U.S.
news and world report (Washington) February 17, 1950, 28:28. (265)
Excerpts from remarks made by Secretary of State
Acheson at the conference February 8.
Agreements with the Soviet Union are useful when they
register an "existing situation of fact."
BARNES, JOSEPH. Notes from a diplomatic ghetto. In New republic
(:.; York) January 30, 1950, 122:24-25. (266)
Review of Waitcr B. Smith: My three years in Moscow.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1950, cited in Soviet
BEiNEDICT, CIBRLES. As I see it. In Magazine of wall street (New
York) February 11, 1950, 85:4854 (267)
"Cold war" said to require more drastic action.
GERMaNY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
LOViNTHAL, FRITZ. News from Soviet Germany. London, Go
LEISER, ERNEST. The students strike back at Stalin. In
evening post (Philadelphia) February 18, 1950, 222:36-37+
How the "Free university" of Berlin resists Communist
STRFKHOVSKY, LEONID I. Alexander I
Napoleon. London, Williams, 1949.
of Russia, the man who defeated
HONGiARY TRADE UNIONS
niPRO, iiNTlL. Hungarian trade unions in the struggle for socialism.
In New times (Moscow) February 1, 1950, p.5-9. (271)
YARMOLINSKY, aVRAiHii., cd. A treasury of Russian verse.
Macmillan, 1949. 314p.
MINES iND MINING
Hundred men and a problem. In Soviet weekly (London)
1950, p. 4. (273)
of Donbas colliery prove successful in using new
POSPELOV, P. N. Lenin and Stalin in the struggle for peace.
World news and views (London) February 4, 1950, 30:51-52.
Extract from a speech delivered in Moscow on the twenty-
sixth anniversary of Lenin's death.
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TIKHONOV, N, 0, Soviet people work for peace.
(Moscow) February 1, 1950, p.3-5.
In New times
WORKERS iCT TO PREVENT WiAR.
2, 1950, p.l.
In Soviet weekly (London)
PERS ON LIT IES
KISS, PETER. Bebler: Tito's Talleyrand. In United N
world (New York) February 1950, 4:9:-11.
Career and character of Alex Bebler, Yugoslav repre-
sentative at the United Nations Security Council.
LAPONOGOV, I. Three bloody fascist butchers: Tito,
Franco. In USSR information bulletin (1ashington)
WHO stands for peace? In World news and views (London) February
4, 1950, 30:58-59. (279)
Peace efforts by Russia said to have been blocked by
POLITICAL PENETRATION CHINA
LYON, JEAN. When the communists entered Poking. In Harpers (New
York) February 1950, 200:78-86. (280)
Effects of Russian influences upon China still undetermined.
ZHUKOV, E. Historic significance of the victory of the Chinese
people. In New times (Moscow) January 18, 1950, p.5-10. (281)
View that Communist victory in China was accomplished
in spite of American efforts to halt it.
POLITICS IND GOVERNMENT
PAALL, EDUARD. Equality for all nations in Supreme Soviet.
Soviet weekly (London) February 2, 1950, p.7.
SCIECHTMAN, JOSEPH B. The Polish-Soviet exchange of population.
In USSR information bulletin; (Washington) October 1949, 9:289-314.
A~iTONOV, A. World's newest and best underground railway.
Soviet weekly (London) January 26, 1950, p.4-5.
HOW IviNY UKRAINIANS were repatriated to the Soviet Union?
Ukrainian bulletin (New York) February 1, 1950, 3:2+
SOVIET ..THEISTIC PROPaGANDA to be extended; party members ordered to
fight "religious superstitions." In Digest (London) January 28,
1950, p.B1-B3. (286)
RUKHiDZE, I. Rumanian village yesterday and today.
(Moscow) January 18, 1950, p.25-28.
The village as an agricultural community.
SATELLITE STATES ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
In New times
IN THE PEOPLE'S democracies.
Economic summary for 1949.
In New times (Moscow) January
DUBOVOI, A. Soviet trade-unions protect workers and develop higher
skills. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) February 10,
1950, 10:86-87. (289)
FROLOV, S, Trade unions appoint own factory inspectors. In Soviet
weekly (London) February 2, 1950, p, 4, (290)
FORE ABOUT RUSSIA'S new course in Ukraine. In Ukrainian bulletin
(New York) February 1, 1950, 3:14-. (291)
New Ukrainian flag symbol of new national spirit.
UI:ITnD IATIONS AFFAIRS
DOnLTVT, LOUIS. The Soviet strategy of withdrawal. In United
Nations world (New York) February 1950, 4:64. (292)
Withdrawal of Soviet Union from Security Council and
other commissions has not affected United Nations
UNITED STATES COd.iUNISM
CONGRESS. HOUSE, Committee on Un-American activities. Hearings
regarding coinmunist infiltration of Radiation laboratory and atomic
bomb project at the University of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Hearings before the Committee on Un-American activities, House of
representatives, Eighty-first Congress, first session. Washington
1949-50. 852p. (2935
UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA
VYSHIINSKY, A. Y. United States policy in Asia. In Soviet news
(London) January 25, 1950, p. 1. (294)
Cominent on ir. Acheson's speech on the subject.
lvTiL:T RUSSIA prayed for. In Time (Chicago) January 16, 1950,
p. 22. (295)
Britain's recognition of Communist China regarded raising
Russia's hope for strained Anglo-American relations.
UNITED STATE = OCCUPATION POLICY GERMANY
CLAY, LUCIUS D, Decision in Germany.
Clay's four years in Germany.
New York, Doubleday, 1950.
UNITED STaTES PROPAGANDA
LCLEALT, FITZROY. Broadcasting to Russia. In World review
(London) February 1950, p. 51-54.
Effects of American radio propaganda upon the Soviet
DEFEaT of communism, In Pathfinder (Chicago) February 8, 1950,
Review of J. Burnham's The coming defeat of communism,
New York, Day, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
LEAHY, WILLIAM~ D. I was there. In Saturday evening post
(Washington) February 25, 1950, 222:17-194-.
Story of Yalta and Potsdam conferences.
WORLD WAR. 1959-1945
BALDWIN, HANSON W. Our worst blunders in the war; Japan and the
Russians, In Atlantic (Boston) February 1950, 185:50-58. (500)
RADITSA, BOGDAN, Fellow travelers think Tito may be answer to
prayer. In Saturday evening post (Philadelphia) February 18,
1950, 222:10-. (501)
New type of Communism said to be evolving in Yugoslavia,
YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC POLICY
KLUGIniANm JALES, Yugoslavia becomes a colony, In World news
and views (London) January 283 1950, 30Q46, (502)
Yugoslavia's economic future linked to Western democra-
YUGOSLAVJIL FOREIGN RELATIONS UNITED STATES
VOSTNJlK, BOGUILL. Yugoslavia
Current history (Philadelphia)
Role of the United States
1919 to the present.
and the United States (II). In
January 1950, 18:23-27. (503)
in Yugoslav diplomatic history,