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BIBLIOGRAPHY NO. 50,29
July 5, 1950
DEPARTNTIENT OF STATE
Division of Library and Reference Services
Office of Libraries and Intelligence Acquisition
OFFICE OF INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH
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 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 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 1l, or call Republic 5600, exten-
KHRUSHCHEV, N. S. On some questions of the further organizational
and economic strengthening of the collective farms. In Current
digest of thn Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) June 10, 1950, 2:3-
MARTYANOV, F. Soviet state farm production is on the upgrade.
In Soviet news (London) May 30, 1950, p. 3, (1151)
ALBANIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
LOGORECI, ANTON. Albania and Yugoslavia. In Contemporary re-
view (London) June 1950, 177:360-364, (1152)
Albania's oppression during past decade makes unlikely
the ability to support Tito or Western allies against
ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBCRTIONS
DINMUKHIAMETOV, GALEI A. Thirtieth anniversary is marked by Tatar
autonomous SSR. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) June
9, 1950, 10:344-345. (1153)
ATTITUDE TOWARDS GERMANY
IUGHES, WILLIAM R. Those human Russians; a collection of inci-
dents related by Germans. London, Gollancz, 1950. 128p, (1154)
Stories of kindness and mercy shown by Russian soldiers
and civilians to the Germans with whom they wore at war.
KOSMODEMYANSKAYA, LYUBOV. The Soviet people are confident of
their children's future. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
June 9, 1950, 10:332-334. (1155)
CHINA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
STEINER, A. H. New regional governments in China. In Far
Eastern economic survey (New York) May 31, 1950, 19l112-116.(1156)
USSR in construction. Moscow, 1949. monthly. (1157)
BURNHAM, JAMES. "How communism will be defeated." In Vital
speeches of the day (New York) June 15, 1950, 16:517-53. (1158)
HUNT, R. N. The theory and practice of communism. London,
C. Bles, 1950. 231p, (1159)
Historical and ideological development from Marx to Stalin.
LETTERS BY LENIN. In Labour monthly (London) June 1950, 32:280-
Written February 1920.
DORIAN, PAUL. Behind the new Czech purge. In New leader
(New York) June 3, 1950, 33:18-20. (1161)
See first part in Soviet Bibliography #50.28:4.
WALKER, GORDON. Japanese double feature; conservatives win,
communists are purged; political stability remains. In
Christian science monitor weekly magazine section (Boston) June 17,
1950, p. 3. (1162)
Tells that Soviet interests in Japan have received a
ARMENIAN SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Armenian
Soviet Socialist Republic of March 23, 1937, as amended through
July 11, 1947. New York, American Russian institute, 1950.
AZERBAIJAN SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Azerbaijan
Soviet Socialist Republic of March 14, 1937, as amended through
July 29, 1947. New York, American Russian institute, 1950. 22p.
BELORUSSIAN SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Byelo-
russian Soviet Socialist Republic of December 23, 1936, as amended
through July 11, 1947. New York, American Russian institute,
1950. 16p. (1165)
COLLINS, HENRY H. The constitutions of the 16 constituents of
union republics of the USSR. New York, American Russian institute,
1950. 43p, (1166)
ESTONIAN SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Estonian
Soviet Socialist Republic of August 25, 1940, as amended to
November 1947. New York, American Russian institute, 1950,
GEORGIAN SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Georgian
Soviet Socialist Republic of February 13, 1937, as amended
through July 24, 1947. New York, American Russian institute,
1950. 23p. (1168)
KARELO-FINNISH SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Karelo-
Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic of July 9, 1940, as amended
through April 22, 1948. New York, American Russian institute,
1950. 20p. (1169)
KAZAKH SSR. Constitution (fundamental law) of the Kazakh Soviet
Socialist Republic of March 26, 1937, as amended through March 13,
1948. New York, American Russian institute, 1950. 22p. (1170)
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
ONCE MORE about the worker's standard of living. In New times
(Moscow) June 7, 1950, p. 11-14, (1171)
Describes "steadily rising" standard of living in Soviet
Union. See also Soviet Bibliography #50.26:4.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS CHINA
WALN, NORA. The Russiansta China. In Atlantic monthly (Boston)
July 1950, 186:31-35, (1172)
Account of famine and misery under Soviet administration.
RONIMOIS, H. E. Soviet planning and economic theory.
Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1950, 337p, (1173)
RUSSIA'S aim: an empire, not war. In Business week (Albany)
May 6, 1950, p. 125-126. (1174)
THE STATE LOAN a gala performance. In Newsletter from behind
the Iron curtain (Stockholm) May 12, 1950, 4:111. (1175)
CONCERNING THE SCHOLARLY WORK and the state and training of
personnel in the philosophy institute. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mioh.) June 3, 1950, 2:7. (1176)
From Vestnik akademii nauk S.S.S.R. Condensed text.
JOHNSON, WILLIAMH. E. Russia's educational heritage. New
Brunswick, N. J., Rutgors university press, 1950. 384p. (1177)
Russian educational system under the Tsars has changed
little under the Soviets.
KLYUSIHNIKOV, V. This is how the world outlook of the pupils is
formed. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
June 3, 1950, 2:214-217. (1178)
From Uchitelskaya gazeta, April 26. Complete text.
KOLBANOVSKY, V. "A vital question". In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) June 10, 1950, 2:7-8, (1179)
From Literaturnaya gazeta, May 4. Complete text.
Coeducation versus separate education of boys and girls.
MEDINSKY, E. The Soviet diploma-key to a life of creative work.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) June 9, 1950, 10:326-
PANKRATOVA, A. 32 years of educational progress in the Soviet
Union. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) June 9, 1950,
SHCHERBAKOV, A. Hertzen pedagogical institute in Leningrad has
trained thousands of teachers. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) June 9, 1950, 10:3350-331. (1182)
TREGUBOV, VLADIMIR. The Stalin university of Tbilisi trains ex-
perts in 39 fields. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
June 9, 1950, 10:328-329. (1183)
KARP, A. A. The right to recall a deputy. In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) June 15, 1950, 5:367-372. (1184)
Translated from Sovietskoye gosudarstvo i pravo, no. 9,
September 1949. Soviet Constitution establishes the
right of recall of any deputy by the voters.
ESTONIA ECONOMIC POLICY
FRAUD and theft. In Newsletter from behind the Iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 2, 1950, 4:127-128. (1185)
Communist functionaries of Estonia accused of un-
lawful appropriation of Socialist property.
PURGE in cultural field. In Newsletter from behind the Xron
curtain (Stockholm) May 12, 1950, 4:114. (1186)
Criticism of policies of Estonian Minister of education,
ESTONIA POLITICAL PERSECUTION
PURGE among peasants. In Newsletter from behind the Iron curtain
(Stockholm) May 12, 1950, 4:113-114. (1187)
New purges feared.
YAKOVLEV, L. Literature of decay. In Soviet literature
(Moscow) June 1950, p. 172-178, (1188)
About contemporary writers said to echo Hitler.
GLASGOW, GEORGE. Foreign affairs. In Contemporary review
(London) June 1950, 177:371-378. (1189)
Communism seen as potent, but internally weak, devilry
which must be exposed and counteracted by firm measures.
ONCE AGAIN on the Trieste question and the Austrian treaty. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) June 9, 1950, 10:341-342.
From Pravda editorial.
PRICE, M. P. Russia and the world. In Contemporary review
(London) June 1950, 177:321-326. (1191)
Russian dogmatic attitude compared with more flexible
Western ideas on negotiating peace.
FOREIGN RELATIONS ASIA
MOORE, HARRIET. Review of D. J. Dallin: The rise of Russia in
Asia, New Haven, Yale university press, 1949. In Far Eastern
quarterly (New York) May 1950, 9:355-356. (1192)
See Soviet Bibliography#50.26:6.
FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA
ALEXANDROV, A. New page in international relations marked by
Soviet-Chinese treaty. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
June 9, 1950, 10:338-340. (1193)
CIANDRA, KAILASH, The Sine-Soviet pact and Russian politics in
China, In Modern review (Calcutta) April 1950, p. 278-279.
FOREIGN RELATIONS FAR EAST
BELOFF, MAX. Soviet policy in the Far East. In Listener (London)
May 25, 1950, 43:899-900, (1195)
FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.
MORALS AND l.ANNERS of the State department. In Soviet news
(London) May 30, 1950, p. 4. (1196)
Criticizes American attitude in Baltic plane incident.
WORLD DOCUT'ENTS: Baltic plane incident. In Current history
(Philadelphia) June 1950, 18:357-359. (1197)
Contents: The Soviet note; The United States protest;
The Soviet reply.
DALLIN, DAVID J. Why isn't Formosa covered by 'total diplomacy,
too? In New leader (New York) June 17, 1950, 33:13. (1198)
Says Formosa will be the next act of Soviet aggression.
DALLIN, DVID J. USSR building vast new bases in Baltic. In
New leader (New York) Juno 3, 1950, 33:12. "T199)
To be continued.
,KKAR'KASHYAN, G. Agrarian reforms in the German democratic
republic. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
June 3, 1950, 2:8-13. (1200)
From Voprosy oconomiki, no. 2, March 21. Condensed text.
GERIMANY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
Economic slump in West ormnany,
June 1, 1950, p, 6.
FRISCH, ALFRED. Life in the Soviet zone.
(O:w York) June 9, 1950, 520215-217.
(L J.\IY REPARATIONS
SOVIET GOVERNMENT'S reduction of German reparations' payments and
the bourgeois press. In Soviet news (London) May 23, 1950,
p. 3-4. (1203)
From Pravda editorial, May 22.
GT. BRIT. FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.S.R.
WINSTON CHURCHILL on European unity and settlement with Russia.
In Bulletin of the atomic scientists (Chicago) June 1950, 6:168-
His speech before the House of Commons on March 28.
BACKER, GEORGE. The deadly parallel; Stalin and Ivan the
Terrible. N'e York, Random house, 1950. 240p.
INDOCHINA FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.
WHITE, THEODORE H.
struicent of American
The cost of Indo-China; Bao Dai as an in-
anti-communist policy, In Forum
3, 1950, 13:174 (1206)
IhDOCHINA POLITICS AID GOVERNMENT
LEWIS, NORMAN. Report on the Viot-Minh. In New statesman and
nation (London) June 3, 1950, 39:625-626. (1207)
Part I cited in Soviet Bibliography #50,28:11,
FROLOV, YEVGENI, Soviet economy forges steadily ahead, In
Soviet news (London) May 25, 1950, p. 1-2. (1208)
MIKHAILOVA, V, A mighty industrial base in the oltern part of the
country. In Soviet press translations (Seattle) Juno 15, 1950p
Translated from Pravda, May 15, 1950, About industriali-
zation of a coal and metallurgical base, the Ural-
VISITING BRITISH WORKERS relate their impressions of USSR. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) Juno 9, 1950, 10:337-338,
Opinions about Russian workers.
IATVIA AkrJ'LD FORCES
TROOPS IN RIGA. In Newsletter from behind the Iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 27 1950, 4:129-130, (1211)
Latvia more militarized than during the first Soviet
SICS, KARL. Latvian light industry makes steady progress. In
Soviet news (London) May 22, 1950, p. 2. (212)
PROZHOGIN, V. Labour in Maxim Gorky's works. In Soviet
literature (Moscow) June 1950, p. 154-160. (1213)
MINES AND MINING
BORISOV, A. Inspired labor of Soviet minors in Kuznetsk basin.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) June 9, 1950, 10:350-
About Kuzbas mines, their modern machines and technical
GROSHEVA, E. New works of Soviet music.
(Moscow) June 1950, p. 166-171.
In Soviet literature
OCCUPATION POLICY, AMERICAN GERMANY
HIGGINS, MARGUERITE. The night raiders of Berlin. In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) June 17, 1950, 222:32-33S+- (1216)
About street incidents said to have occurred in Berlin
between American army officers and Russian agitators.
OCCUPATION POLICY, RUSSIAN GERMANY
GElRMAN OFFICERS in Soviet service. In Newsletter from behind the
Iron curtain (Stockholm) May 12, 1940-7 4:115-117. (1217)
Soviets go out of their way to attract officers of the
former Wehrmacht into their service in the East zone of
EHRENBURG, I. We shall fight for peaoe4 I
(Moscow) June 1950, p. 192-195.
FADEYEV, A. For peace throughout the world,
literature (Moscow) June 1950, p. 189-191a
a Soviet literature
THE INVINCIBLE MOVEMENT of the peace partisans, In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) June 15, 1950, 5:359-367, (1220)
Translated from editorial, Bolshevik, no. 2, January 1950.
THERE CAN BE NO NEUTRALITY in the struggle for peace.
times (Moscow) May 31, 1950, p. 3-4.
STYPULKOWSKI, ZBIGNIEWe 'What happens before a Soviet trial. In
Listener (London) June 8, 1950, 43:975-976. (122)
Authors experiences in Lubianka prison, Moscow.
KHUDYAKOV, E. Life of Mikhail Kalinin is example of selfless
service to people. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
June 9, 1950, 10:321-3'2. (1223)
PLATTS-MILLS, J. Portrait of a warmonger.
(London) June 1950, 32:249-254e
About Secretary Acheson.
In Labour monthly
POLAND ECONOMIC POLICY
MARTYANOV, A. Poland's socialist path of industrial development.
In Soviet news (London) May 19, 1950, p. 2, (1225)
About progress in rehabilitation with Soviet assistance.
June 14, 1950,
Hong Kong and Berlin. In Pathfinder (Chicago)
Berlin and Hong Kong as communist objectives.
POLITICAL PENETRATION CHINA
FITCH, GERALDINE. Russia arms Chinese reds. In New leader
(New York) June 3, 1950, 33:13-14. (1227)
Tolls of Soviet Russia's military support of the Chinese
RUSSIA closes clamps on China.
1950, p. 101-102.
In Business week (Albany)
POLITICAL PENETRATION EASTERN EUROPE
HARSCH, JOSEPH 0. The curtain isn't iron. New York, Doubleday,
19500 192po (1229)
Clarifies the Soviet position in Czechoslovakia, Austria,
Finland, Germany and Poland and their need of U.S.
assistance. See also Soviet Bibliography #50.11ll11
POLITICAL PENETRATION FAR EAST
KEETON, G. W. The next step in the Far East.
(London) April 1950, 4:129-139.
In World affairs
POLITICAL PENETRATION GERMANY
ARBOLD-FORSTER, MARK. Whitsun in Berlin.
(London) June 2, 1950, p. 749.
Describes Russian system of political
affecting German youth adversely.
THE WEST IS READY for the test. In Newsweek(New York)
Communist preparations for youth rally in Borlin.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
NEFEDOV, K. The Supreme Soviet of the USSR-highest organ of state
power. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) June 9, 1950,
SCHWARTZ, H. Russia has a paper' curtain, too. In New York
times magazine section (New York) Juno 4, 1950, p. 17+- (1234)
Soviet government hesitant about giving out news about
BOEHM, ERIC H, The "free Germans" in Soviet psychological
warfare, In Public opinion quarterly (Princeton, N. J.)
Summer 1950, 14:285-295. (1255)
Account of propaganda methods used by Russia during the
war through the "National Komiteo Freies Deutschland.
INKELES, ALEX. Public opinion in Soviet Russia; a study in mass
persuasion. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1950*
KIARLAMOV, N. Crimes of the modern slave traders. In New times
(Moscow) May 24, 1950, p. 10-12. (1237)
Accuses France of preventing repatriation of Soviet
citizens, and British and American authorities of anti-
Russian acts in displaced persons camps.
MATTHEWS, TaiA, Russians still fleeing from Stalin, In
Saturday night (Toronto) June 27, 1950, 65i11 (1238)
Author interviews refugees from the Soviet Unions
REPATRIATION of Ukrainians. In Newslotter from behind the Iron
curtain (Stockholm) June 2, 1950, 4:131-132. (1239)
WHERE TO DINE. In Time (Chicago) June 12, 1950, 55:33-34, (1240)
Description of Russian luxury restaurants.
SCIENCE in the Soviet Union. In Bulletin of the atomic scientists
(Chicago) Juno 1950, 6:178-179. (1241)
Soviet scientist's attack on Julian Huxley and Huxley's
defense by a British scientist.
VOSNJAK, BOGUMIIL. Slav and Balkan freedom.
(Philadelphia) June 1950, 18:342-345,
Democracy in the Balkans.
In Current history
THE PECULIARITIES of Soviet transport. In Newsletter from behind
the Iron curtain (Stockholm) June 2, 1950, 4:124-125, (1243)
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
GUISE, ROBERT. Mr. Lie- a link in Russia's peace offensive. In
Magazine of Wall street (New York) June 17, 1950, 86:2974-. (1274)
The cold war can only be ended by the continuous re-
sistance to Soviet aggression.
Trygve Lie advocating dangerous appeasement. In Magazine
of Wall street (New York) June 3, 1950, 86:2414-. (1245)
Acceptance of Kremlin dictated formula is believed a
danger to world freedom and to the existence of the U.N.
LIE'S MYSTERY M4ISSION. In Newsweak (Now York) May 4, 1950,
Efforts to secure Russian return to boycotted U.N. groups.
MR. LIE goes to Moscow,
In Now republic (New York) June 5, 1950
MR. TRYGVE LIE'S press conference in Moscow.
(London) May 18, 1950, p. 1,
In Soviet news
U.S. ATTITUDE TOWARDS WESTERN DEMOCRACIES
OSIPENKO, N. Now stage in U.S. expansion in western Europe. In
New times (Moscow) June 7, 1950, p. 3-7, (124)
Criticizes activities of State Department in western
SHUB, BORIS. Soviets expose American baby. In New leader
(Now York) June 17, 1950, 33:11-12, (1250)
Allegation that through "the commercial diaper service,
the American child has lost all sense of his own physical
and psychological continuity as an individual." (1)
U.S. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
MANUKYA-~, A. The recent stage of America's economic crisis. In
times (Moscow) May 31, 1950, p. 7-12o (125-)
Alleges increase of unemployment in U.S.
U.S. ECONOMIC POLICY
LEMIN, I. American expansion in Africa. In Soviet news
(London) May 24, 1950, p. 2--,.
Criticizes American interest in Africa.
SOVIET WOMAN. Moscow? May-June 1950. 62p. bi-monthly. (1253)
Articles deal with the home and family, child upbringing
and education, and women in governmental posts.
WORLD WdAR, 1939-1945
FISCHER, LOUIS. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin. In New leader
(New York) June 3, 1950, 33:22-23. (1254)
Review of Winston S. Churchill, The grand alliance,
Boston, Houghton, 1950. v, 3.
YUGOSLiVIA MINES AND MINING
CHRISTIE, JOHN J. Inside Yugoslavia-II: The Trepca mine's
great possibilities. In Engineering and mining journal (Chicago)
June 1950, 151:77-79, (1255)
About Yugoslavia's met-.l mines.