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BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50,27
June 7, 1950






DEPARTMENT OF STATE
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FOREWORD


The fortnightly Soviet Bibliography is an attempt to list on a cur-

rent basis the most significant published materials having to do with

the Soviet Union, its foreign policy, economic and social development,

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 in-

cluded 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 collection.

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 De-

partmental security regulations, any of the items listed in the Bibliog-

raphy. For this service authorized persons may apply to the Circulation

Section, LR, Room 202, State Annex #1, or call Republic 5600, extension

5363.


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AGRICULTURE

THE KOLKHOZ crisis. -In Newsletter from behind the Iron curtain
(Stockholm) April 28, 1950, 4:98-99. (924)

ON THE COURSE OF FULFILLMENT of the April 18, 1949, decree of the
UoSoS.R. Council of ministers and Central committee of the Communist
party on three-year plan for development of collective and state
farm communal productive animal husbandry. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 15, 1950, 2:10-14. (925)
From Pravda and Izvestia, April 18. Summary


ALASKA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Law library. Russian administration of
Alaska and the status of the Alaskan natives, prepared by the Chief
of the foreign law section. Washington, 1950. 99po (81st Cong.,
2d sess., 1950. Senate. Document no. 152) (926)


ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS

MAY DAY, In New times (Moscow) May 1, 1950, p. 1-3. (927)

MIROV, J. The USSR on May 1, 1950. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) April 28, 1950, 10:251-252. (928)


ARCTIC REGION NAVIGATION

LLOYD, TREVOR. The Northern sea route. In Russian review
(New York) April 1950, 9:98-111, (929)
The shortest way from Western USSR to the Far East by sea
is through polar waters


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ATTITUDE TOWARDS GERMANY

DEUTSCHER, ISAAC. A useful bogeyman. In Reporter (New York)
May 25, 1950, 2:15-16, (930)
Future of Germany said to be worrying Russian statesmen.


ATTITUDE TOWARDS U.S.S.R.

WARMONGERS UNMASKED. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950, no. 5,
p. 174-175. (951)
Review of N. Shpanov, Warmongers. Allegations of designs
against Russia by other countries.


BERLIN STRATEGIC POSITION


PERLMAN, DAVID. The Red plot to-seize Berlin. In Collier's
(Springfield, Ohio) May 27, 1950, p. 264--.
Western sectors are ready to defend themselves against
Russian intervention.


(932)


CHINA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


ASTAFYEV, G. -China's economic problems. In New times (Moscow)
April 19, 1950, p. 12-16. (955)
Concluded. See New times (Moscow) nos. 15, 14, and 15.


CHINA EDUCATION


TING-YI, LU. Education and culture in new China.
China (Peiping) April 16, 1950, 1:5-7-4.


In People's
(954)


CHINA LITERATURE


FEDORENKO, N. The literature of free China.
(Moscow) May 1950, no. 5, p. 145-147.


In Soviet literature
(955)


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CHINA RAILROADS


SEN, MENG. The Chinese-Changchun railway.
(Peiping) March 1, 1950, 1:15-14.


In People's China


SOVIET TECHNIQUE, Chinese people brought rail to life.
China (Peiping) March 1, 1950, 1:22-25.
China's reconstructed railway system.


(956)


In People's
(957)


CIVIL WAR. 1918-1920


VISHNEVSKY, V. Unforgettable 1919. In Soviet literature (Moscow)
May 1950, no. 5, p. 9-82. (958)
Three act play about Red-White civil war.


COMMUNISM


TOKAEV, GRIGORI A. Inside the Kremlin.
for political research, 1949. 28p.


London, British institute
(959)


COMMUNISM EASTERN GERMANY


YOUTH UNDER COMMUNISM. In Information bulletin (Frankfurt)
1950, p. 21.
Communist control of "Freie Deutsche Jugend" and its
activities.


May
(940)


CZECHOSLOVAKIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

ACHIEVEMENT OF THE FIVE YEAR PLAN raises the workers' standard of
living. In World trade union movement (Paris) April 1950, no. 4,
p. 56-57. (941)


CZECHOSLOVAKIA ESPIONAGE


KRUSHINSKY, S. Spies in cassocks. From the courtroom.
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May
2:24.
From Pravda, April 6, p. 4. Says U.S. helped form
Czechoslovak underground.
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CZECHOSLOVAKIA PRESS


KISHKIN, L. Tvorba. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950,nM 5
pf 165-170. (943)
History and description of the Communist party organ,
Tvorba.


EASTERN EUROPE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


WILD, JOSEPH. Wage policies in Eastern-Europe. In New Central
European observer (London) May 13, 1950, 5:104. (944)
First of two articles. Wage'structure in Czechoslovakia,
Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria.


EASTERN GERMANY PRESS

CELLER, M. Aufbau. In Soviet literature (Moscow)
no, 5, p. 159-164.
Aufbau is the organ of the "Kulturbund."


May 1950,
(945)


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


ZVEREV, A. Reserves for reducing cost of production of industrial
output; In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
May 15, 1950, 2:3-5, (946)
Translation from Planovoye khozyaistvo, no. 1, January
1950. Condensed text. About reducing costs of produc-
tion,


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS ALBANIA


SYERS, KENNETH,
observer (London)


Progress in new Albania.
May 13, 1950, 5:100,


In New Central European
(947)


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS CHINA

SIAO, EI. Five weeks wi.h the Soviet cultural delegation in China.
In People's China (Peiping) March 1, 1950, 1:8-10, (948)
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ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS YUGOSLAVIA


TIE YUGOSLAV 5-year plan.
May 13, 1950, 3:101.


In New Central European observer (London)
(949)


ECONOMIC POLICY

ANOTHER THREE MONTHS of planned progress. In Soviet weekly (London)
May 4, 1950, p. 7. (950)
New Soviet planning scheme.


EDUCATION

ANISIMOV, 0. The Soviet system of education. In Russian review
(New York) April 1950, 9:87-97, (951)


ESPIONAGE

WALLACE, BETTY. Three trials in Eastern Europe. In New Central
European observer (London) Dlay 15, 1950, 3:99. (952)
Two spy trials in Czechoslovakia and one in Rumania
described as evidence of British and American spy
activities at embassies.


ESTONIA POLITICAL PERSECUTION

PROGRESS of the purge, in-Newsletter from behind the Iron curtain
(Stockholm) April 28, 1950, 4:101-102. (953)
Purge in Estonia said to be continuing against men in
high positions.


EUROPE SITUATION ESTIMATES


BORGESE, G.
(New York)
Author
USA as


A. USA: eagle or ostrich? In United Nations world
May 1950, 4:15-18. (954)
analyses the fears and misunderstandings that the
a world leader has aroused in Europe.


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FOREIGN RELATIONS AUSTRIA

WHAT'S HAPPENING; mission to Moscow; Soviet delays. In Tribune
(London) May 12, 1950, no. 696, p. 7. (955)
Russian delay of peace settlement with Austria one of
many examples of Soviet tactics.


FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA

SINO-SOVIET economic agreements. In People's China (Peiping)
April 16, 1950, 1:3. (956)

SINO-SOVIET friendship is indestructible. In People's China
(Peiping) March 1, 1950, 1:3-4, (957)


FOREIGN RELATIONS FINLAND

FISCHER A. J. Finland and the Kremlin. In Contemporary review
(London5 May 1950, p. 285-288. (958)


FOREIGN RELATIONS POLAND

LAPONOGOV, I. Soviet-Polish friendship is growing stronger. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) April 28, 1950, 10:240-241.
(959)


FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.

CAKSTE, MNTAUTS, The American plane over Latvia; In Newsletter
from behind the Iron curtain (Stockholm) April 28, 1950, 4:102-105.
(960)
The plane incident in the Baltic sea region.

NOTES OF SOVIET GOVERNiMENT to USA on violation of USSR border by
American plane. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) April
28, 1950, 10:256-257. (961)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS WESTERN DEMOCRACIES

THE NEXT THREE YEARS: to win through, the West must keep awake and in
motion. In Life (Chicago) June 5, 1950, 28:26-27, (962)
Appeal to remain aware of communist tactics.


FRANCE FOREIGN RELATIONS INDO-CHINA

CADETT, THOMAS. France's problem in Indo-China. In Listener
(London) lay 18, 1950, 43:859. (963)
Difficulties in Indo-China increased by communist inspired
revolts.


GEOGRAPHY

BERG, LEV S. Natural regions of the U.S.S.R. New York, Macmillan
1950. 436p, (9645


GERMANY LABOR

BINNEVELD, J. M. van. The question of trade union unity in Germany.
In World trade union movement (Paris) April 1950, no. 4, p. 42-45,
(965)
Interference by "capitalist" powers in Western Germany
'is held responsible for failure of trade unions in East
and West Germany to unite.


HISTORY

MOHRENSCHILDT, DIMITRI von. Review of U.N. Roy: The Russian revolu-
tion, Calcutta, Renaissance publishers, 1949. In Russian review
(New York) April 1950, 9:155-157. (966)
See Soviet Bibliography #50.19:8.


HISTORY SLAVS

CRAMER, FREDERICK H. Masters of Europe: Germans or Slavs? In
Current history (Philadelphia) May 1950, 18:275-278. (967)
Historic highlights, 1772-1945. See Part II in Soviet
Bibliography #50.24:8,
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HUNGRY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

STEWART, NEIL. Factories in new Hungary. In New Central European
observer (London) April 29, 1950, 5:90. (968)
Third and last of his series of articles, describes
factories and Hungarian workers' life, See first and
second part cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.24:8; 56:7.


INDO-CHINA FOREIGN RELATIONS

INDO-CHINIA, the new frontier. In Time (Chicago) May 29, 1950,
55:24-27, (969)
Indo-China, a new ally in the cold war, viewed as an asset
as well as a dangerous liability.


INDUSTRY POLAND

STEEL INDUSTRY EXPANSION; giant new works started. In Polish
facts and figures (London) May 6, 1950, no. 197, p. 4. (970)


INTELLIGENCE

VIOLENCE OF IMPERIALIST INTELLIGENCE AGENTS against Czechoslovak
plane passengers. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 20, 1950, 2:24-25, (971)
From Pravda and Izvestia, April 1, p. 4. Relates how
British navigators take charge of Czech planes, divert
their course and force them down near Munich, allegedly
for inspection by American intelligence service.


ITALY MARSHALL PLAN

FAILURE OF 'MARSHALL PLAN' in Italy. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:19, (972)
From Pravda, April 7,p. 4.


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JAPAN FOREIGN RELATIONS


EARLY PEACE PACT wanted, In Oriental economist (Tokyo)
1950, 17:405-404.
The problem of military bases and Japan's role as a
buffer state between United States and Russia.


April 29,
(973)


LABOR


SOLOVIEV, L. The struggle for the workers' well-being; uninterrupted
rise in workers' living standards in the USSR. In World trade union
movement (Paris) April 1950, no. 4, p. 28-31, (974)
Fall in prices and increase in purchasing power, budget
of a working class family, social insurance system.


LANGUAGE

DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL LANGUAGES; scientific session on questions
of development of national languages and literature of peoples of
U.S.S.R. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
May 20, 1950, 2:10-12. (975)
From Vestnik akademii nauk S.S.S.R., no. 2, 1950, p. 74-
80.


LITERATURE


ALL-UNION book chamber. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950,
no. 5, p. 177-178. (976)
Description of Russia's largest bibliographical institu-
tion and its activities.


AGAINST VULGARIZATION of literary criticism.
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 13,
From Pravda, March 30. Complete text.
will follow in a future issue.


In*Current digest of
1950, 2:8-10. (977)
Further reports


ASTAKHOV, I, The classics and their contemporary purport. InL
Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950, no. 5, p. 158-142. (978)
Presents struggle of Soviet literature against "reactionary
theory" of art for art's sake and against aloofness of art
from life and politics.


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SOVIET CULTURE forges ahead. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May
1950, no. 5i p. 3-8, (979)
Review of outstanding works in Soviet literature.

SOVIET LITERATURE, its development and problems. In Soviet litera-
ture (Moscow) May 1950, no. 5, p. 129-157. (980)

STRAKHOVSKY, LEONID I. Three sojourners in the Acmeist camp. In
Russian review (New York) April 1950, 9:151-145. (981)
About Gorodetsky, Narbut, and Zenkevich, three Soviet
-writers.


MARSHALL PLAN

THE COLD WAR is permanent. In New Central European observer
(London) 'Iay 13, 1950, 5:97-98, (982)
Marshall aid is described as causing economic ruin in
Europe.


MEDICINE

CAN ARMS AND LEGS be sewn to the body? In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:10-11. (985)
Condensed text of article by Tatyana Tess, Constructive
surgery, published in Izvestia, April 9, p. 2.


OCCUPATION POLICY, RUSSIAN GERMANY

ON THE EVE OF VICTORY. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950
no. 5, p. 171-172, (984)
Review of E. Kazakevich, Spring on the Oder, story of
the Soviet Army's march from the German border to Berlin
during the final year of the war, and early stages of
occupation#


PEACE PROPAGANDA

MIKHAILOV, M. The appeal for peace is a call to struggle for peace,
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) April 28, 1950, 10:253-
235, (985)
Includes text of World peace congress' appeal and its
original signers,
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PEASANTRY

DIMITROV, G. M. The peasant movements and unification of Europe,
In International peasant union bulletin (Washington) April 1950,
1:10-12, (986)


PERSONALITIES

BERDYAEV, NICHOLAS. N. F. Fedorov, In Russian review (New York)
April 1950, 9:124-150. (987)
A translation of a part of Berdyaev's article entitled
"Three jubilees" (Leo Tolstoy, H. Ibsen, and N. F.
Fedorov) Put', Paris, in 1928. Similarity of Berdyaev's
ideas to those of Marx.

DOUBLE TALK. In Time (Chicago) May 29, 1950, 55:15. (988)
Vladimir Popovich, new Yugoslav ambassador to U.S.,
characterized as "anti-capitalist" communist according
to statements in Tito's organ "Kommunist."

LEISER, ERNEST. ...And the man behind the plot. In Collier's
(Springfield, Ohio) May 27, 1950, p. 274-. (989)
Walter Ulbricht groomed as puppet ruler of East Germany.

NEW MEN with new ideas; bricklayer Shirkov becomes a 'master builder".
In Soviet weekly (London) May 4, 1950, p. 8. (990)

SIMONOV, ,:.ilSf',JTIN, A character with three names and his lap dog.
In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 20,
1950, 2:27. (991)
From Pravda, April 1, p. 4. Comparison of Tito with
Goering.

YAKOVLEV, I;. V. I. Lenin-great founder of the Soviet-state. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) April 28, 1950, 10:225-227.
(992)


POLAND ECONOhIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

FIRST QUARTER PLANS are surpassed; increase in industry and agricul-
ture. In Polish facts and figures (London) May 6, 1950, no. 197,
p. 5. (995)
Progress in industry, agriculture, communications and trade.
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KOVALSKY, I. Poland's economic achievements and prospects, In
New times (Moscow) May 1, 1950, p. 10-12, (994)

TECHNICAL PROGRESS in Poland; plans for scientific research. In
Polish facts and figures (London) May 6, 1950, no. 197, p. 4. (995)

WARSAW'S REBIRTH amazes visitors. In Inter-Catholic press agency
(New York) May 24, 1950, 5:5-7, (996)
Reconstruction of housing, transportation, and industry.


POLAND LITERATURE

ARTSIMOVICH, V. New heroes. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May
1950, no. 5, p. 148-152. (997)
Contribution of Polish writers to the establishment of the
'People's Democracy of Poland".


POLAND PROPAGANDA

PRESS WEEK anti-American project. In Inter-Catholic press agency
(New York) May 24, 1950, 5:7. (998)
Poland's "Education, book and press week" used by commu-
nists to spread hatred against Western democracies,
especially America.


POLITICAL PENETRATION

BEHIND THE IRON curtain. In International peasant union bulletin
(Washington) April 1950, 1:20-25. (999)
Contents: Stalin the Great; Isolation of the Satellites;
"Breakaway of Satellites"; Bulgaria; China; Czechoslovakia;
Lithuania; Soviet Union; Yugoslavia.

ZACK, JOSEPH. The octopus at work. In Plain talk (New York) May
1950, 4:6-10. (1000)
Author's views about Soviet "imperialism".


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POLITICAL PENETRATION ASIA


ROTH, ANDREW.
April 2, 1950,
Communist


Is India following China's road? In India (Bombay)
4:6-74-, (1001)
penetration of India and China compared.


POLITICAL PENETRATION EASTERN EUROPE

MIKOLAJCZYK, STANISLAW. Sovietism and the nations behind the Iron
curtain. 'In International peasant union bulletin (Washington)
April 1950, 1:6-10. (1002)


POLITICAL PENETRATION FAR EAST

ON THE SAKHALIN. In Soviet literature (Moscow) May 1950, no. 5,
p. 172-174. (1003)
Review of A. Chakovsky, It is morning here, an account
of progress of communism in southern Sakhalin and the
Kuriles.


POLITICAL PENETRATION GERMANY

GERMANY; warning for Whitsuntide. In Time (Chicago) May 29, 1950,
55:28-51. (1004)
Preparations for Communist demonstrations in Berlin and
evaluation of the strength of the "Freie Deutsche Jugend"
in Eastern Germany,

STALIN'S ,SECRET PLAN'in Germany. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) May 19, 1950, 28:21-22. (1005)


POLITICAL PENETRATION HUNGRY

REVAY, JOZSEF. Fifth anniversary of Hungarian liberation. -In
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, lich.) May 20,
1950, 2:25-26, (1006)
From Izvestia, April 4, p. 5. Account by member of the
Hungarian politbureau of the Communist party in Hungary.


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POLITICAL PENETRATION INDO-CHINA

ANOTHER SLICE, In Time (Chicago) May 22, 1950, 55:11. (1007)
Support of Bao-Dai by U.S. funds said necessary as a
result of communist advances.


POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

PISKO, ERNEST S. Tremor in politburo:Brigades 'team up'-against
Andreyev, In Christian science monitor (Boston) May 22, 1950
42:10. (1008)


PROPAGANDA

PARTY EDUCATION for constant attention to ideological growth of
communists. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, MiCh.)
May 27, 1950, 2:33. (1009)
On organization of propaganda training in Russia by
P. Sobolyov, head of propaganda and-agitation depart-
ment, published in Pravda, April 11, p. 2.


SCIENCE

TOPCHIIEV, A. V. Plan of scientific research of U.S.S.R. Academy
of sciences and plan for training scientific personnel in 1950. In'
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 13, 1950,
2:6-7, (1010)
Translation from Vestnik, Akademii nauk S. S.S.R., no. 2,
February 1950, Condensed text. Academy of sciences
research program.


UKRAINE RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS

RUSSIA; neither Czar nor commissar. In Time (Chicago) May 22, 1950,
55:35-36. (o011)
Account of Ukrainian nationalist on Russian oppression.


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UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS


HAMILTON, THOMAS J. USSR bloc may leave U. N. In Freedom and union
(Washington) May 1950, 5:4. (1012)
Says General assembly will continue to recognize Nation-
alist China, and that Soviet bloc will withdraw from the
U.N.

RASSADIN, G. and I. Filippov. At idling speed; what goes on'at the
UoN. -In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)'
May 20, 1950, 2:17. (1013)
From Pravda, April 4, p. 4. U.N. said to have become
impotent because of difference between Russia and
other nations.

VALLANCE, AYLMER. Co-operation's last chance. In New Central
European observer (London) May 13, 1950, 3:105o (1014)
Visit of Trygve Lie and Gunnar Myrdalto Moscow con-
sidered a last attempt to promote co-operation between
East and West through United Nations.


U.S. AERONAUTICS


KHRUSTALYOV, P. At American airfields. Notes-of a Soviet flier.
In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 20,
1950, 2:3-10. (1015)
From Novy mir, no. 2, February, p. 182-228.


U.S. ATTITUDE TOWARDS U.S.S.R.


RUSSIA AND THE WEST. In Information bulletin (Frankfurt) May 1950
p. 58-59. (1016)
From "Deutsche Kommentare", Heidelberg, March 20.
Describes Mr. Acheson's policy tovrards Russia as exten-
sion of the Kennan policy of "containment".


U.S. ATTITUDE TOWARDS WESTERN GERMANY


NEW AGGRESSIVE STEP of Anglo-American bloc.' In Current digest of
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:19. (1017)
From Izvestia, April 11, p. 4. West German government
believed backed by U.S. against Russia.
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U.S. ESPIONAGE


BINGHAM, ROBERT K. Paste-pot reportage. In Reporter (New Y
May 9, 1950, 2:36-57.
Review of R. de Toledano and V. Lasky's Seeds of treason,
New York, Funk and Wagnalls, 1950, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.26:14.

MILLER, MERLE. The natural stccess-of "Seeds of treason".
New republic (New York) May 8, 1950, 122:18-19,
Review of R. de Toledano and V. Lasky's Seeds of treason,
New York, Funk and Wagnalls, 1950, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.26:14.


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U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS


HAMILTON, THOMAS J. Mr. Dulles' foreign policy. In Nation
(New York) May 13 1950, 170:452-453, (1020)
Review of J. Dulles, War or peace, New York, Macmillan,
1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.26:6.

LERNER, MAX, The'world of John Dulles. In New republic
(New York) May 15, 1950, 122:18-19, (1021)
Review of J. Dulles, War or peace, New York, Macmillan,
1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.26:6

LINDLEY, ERNEST K. A long cold war? In Newsweek (New York)
May 22, 1950, 55:25. (1022)
Avoidance of actual hostilities important for U.S.


U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA


CHINA; invasion season. In Time (Chicago)


May 22, 1950, 55:50-51.
(1025)


Threat of invasion between May and August raises question
of strategic advisability for U.S. to support Formosa
against Chinese communists.


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IVANOV, V. N. American air pirates. -In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:21. (1024)
From Literaturnaya gazeta, April 15, p. 4. Says American
bombers under direction of General Chennault fight
against "People's liberation army" in China.


U.S, FOREIGN RELATIONS WESTERN EUROPE

AMERICAN PLANS for a 'Franco-German union'. In Current digest of
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:8-9. (1025)
Review of article by D. Melnikov, published in Trud,
April 9, p. 5,


U.S. POLITICAL IDEOLOGY

THE RIGHT-WING SOCIALISTS; accomplices of warmongers and servants of
imperialism. -In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor
Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:18. 1026)
Condensation of article by Yu. Pavlov, published in
Pravda, April 12, p. 35


U.S. SCIENCE

INOZEMTSEV, N, Militarization of science in U.S.A. In Current
digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 27, 1950, 2:29-50.
(1027)
From Izvestia, April 13, p. 3.


U ,S. SOCIALISM

HECHT, DAVID. Plekhanov and American socialism. In Russian review
(New York) April 1950, 9:112-125. (1028)


VOICE OF AMERICA

CUDDLING THE COMIUNISTS. In Time (Chicago) May 29, 1950, 55:59-
60. (1029)
Voice of America tries to avoid jamming by Russia,


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TUGAREV, V. American radio at the service of warmongers. In
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) May 20, 1950,
2:34-35, (1030)
From Kultura i zhizn, April 11, p. 4o


WAR POTENTIAL

BERLE, ADOLF A, Are we close to war? (II) In New leader (New York)
May 15, 1950, p. 12-14. (1031)
Proposes specific measures for preventing a new war.
Second of two articles. See Part I in Soviet
Bibliography #50.26:16.

RUSSIA BEAT U.S.? West is gaining. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) May 26, 1950, 28:16-20. (1052)
Russia's fighting power viewed as being progressively
matched by West, while trouble in satellite countries
weakens Russia economically,


WORLD WAR

DOLMATOVSKY; YEVGENI. When the war ended. In New times (Moscow)
May 1, 1950, p. 21-26. (1033)


WORLD POLITICS

OUTSTANDING DEVELOPIr'iETS of the month. The major nations, Europe,
Eastern Europe and East and Southeast Asia. In Current develop-
ments in United States foreign policy (Washington) April 1950, vol.
no. 9, 60p. (1054)
Contents: Soviet Union, p. 10-14; China, p. 15; Germany,
p. 25; Italy, p. 27; Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, p. 29-50;
Finland, p. 52; Turkey, p. 40; Japan, p. 46.


YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

KALININ, A. Tito-Rankovic clique has established fascist regime
in Yugoslavia. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) April 14
1950, 10:221-222. (1055)
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