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BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50.31
August 2, 1950
DEPARTMENT 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 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
COLLECTIVE FARM POLICY, conditions and incentives. In Soviet
studies (Oxford) July 1950, 2:70-9/4.
From several Soviet periodicals.
THE HARVESTING and storing programme. In Soviet news (London) June
21, 1950, p. 4. (1363)
KRASKO, L. Small farms fuse for greater prosperity.
weekly (London) June 29, 1950, p. -1-.
ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS
CELEBRATION of Victory day. In Current digest
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) June 24, 1950, 2:15-21.
Excerpts from various publications. Fifth
of the Soviet press
INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S DAY. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, lich.) July 15, 1950, 2:16-19. (1366)
Condensed texts from various publications.
PRESS DAY and Radio day. 3I Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) June 24, 1950, 2:21-31. (1367)
SALVIN, Go ho wants to keep the atom bomb?
(London) June 29, 1950, p. 6,
In Soviet weekly
HASTED, J. Atomic blasting in the U.S.S.R.
news (London) May 1950, 3:126-127.
Based on a report which appeared in the
newspaper Neucs Deutschland on November
In Atomic scientists
ATTITUDE TOWARDS U.S.
SANDOMIRSKY, VERA. As they see us. In
July 1950, 3:619-638.
Russian popular opinions of the U.S.
Common cause (Chicago)
CHEN, THEODORE HSI-EN. Red education in China.
(Philadelphia) July 1950, 19:14-20.
Soviet influences detected,
CIN A POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
In Current history
AVARIN, V. The political and economic construction of the
people's republic. In Soviet press translations (Seattle)
Translation from Voprosy ekonomikii, no. 2, 1950.
MOHRENSCHILDT, DIMITRI von. Postwar party line of the all-union
Communist party of the U.S.S.R. In Russian review (New York) July
1950, 9:171-178. (1373)
STEINBERG, JULIEN, ed. Verdict of three decades from the literature
of individual revolt against Soviet communism, 1917-1950. New York,
Duell, 1950. 634p. (1374)
ZILLIACUS, K. Communism and peace. In Fortnightly (London)
1950, p. 13-18.
Claims communism cannot be eradicated, but sublimated into
a democratic society.
ZINNER, PAUL E. Marxism in action; the seizure
Czechoslovakia. In Foreign affairs (New York)
of power in
July 1950, 28:644-658.
FISCHER, A. J. Communism in Norway,
(London) July 1950, 178:32-37.
History of the Communist party in
ship to Ebscow.
In Contemporary review
Norway and its relation-
EBON, MARTIN. Ten years with the party, In Saturday review of
literature (New York) July 1, 1950, p. 14, (1378)
Review of L. F. Budenz, Men without faces; the communist
conspiracy in the U.S.A., New York, Harper, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50,28:5.
The Soviet attempt to change human nature. In
July 6, 1950, 44:3-44 (1379)
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
Soviet news (London)
The great vitality of the Soviet economy. In
June 22, 1950, p. 3-4. (1380)
TSCHEGOTARIOFF-BILL, VALENTINE. National feudalism in Muscovy. I
Russian review (New York) July 1950, 9:209-218. (1381)
USHERENKO, Y. Schools, clubs, theatres for Donbas miners.
Soviet weekly (London) July 6, 1950, p. 7.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS ASIA
WHITE, THEODORE H. Russia's back door. In New republic (New York)
July 10, 1950, 123:20. (1383)
Review of 0. Lattimore's Pivot of Asia, Boston, Little,
1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.22:1.
KAFTANOV, SERGEI. Higher education in the U.S.S.R.
(London) June 26, 1950, p. 2,
PROGRESS OF EDUCATION in the Soviet Union.
June 26,. 1950, p. 2-39
In Soviet news
In Soviet news (London)
ELECTION OF THE PRESIDIUM of the Supreme Soviet.
tion bulletin (Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:0399.
In USSR informa-
RADKEY, OLIVER H. The election to the Russian Constituent assembly
of 1917. Cambridge, Harvard university press, 1950. 89p.
(Harvard historical monographs, xxi) (1387)
Demonstrates that in November 1917, the Russian people were
in a thoroughly revolutionary frame of mind.
THE SUPREME SOVIET of the land of socialism. In USSR information
bulletin (Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:394, (1388)
Election of deputies to the Supreme Soviet on March 12.
(First session of the Supreme Soviet)
A budget of peace. In USSR information bulletin
July 7, 1950, 10:396-398. (1389)
STATE BUDGET of the USSR for 1950. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:395-396. (1390)
FINLAND and Russia. Ij w staMaia and nation (London) July 1, 1950,
Outlines progress of Russian induced industrialization in
9ACZKOWSKI, W. Towards an understanding of Russia: a study in
policy and strategy, London, Mbrven press, 1949. 216p. (1392)
Analyses the methods of Russian communism, and assesses
its danger to world security.
THE CAT IN THE KREMLIN. In Time (Chicago) July 17, 1950, 56:23-
Aggression policy of the Russian "cat" towards the five
"mice" Indochina, Iran, Turkey, Yugoslavia, and Germany.
JOINT SITTING of Soviet of Union and Soviet of nationalities. In
Soviet news (London) June 21, 1950, p. 1-2, (1394)
PINCI, A. R. Peter the Great: Stalints ghost; Soviet Russia adopts
controversial will as its international blueprint. In Catholic
world (New York) July 1950, 171:246-252. (1395)
FOREIGN RELATIONS FINLAND
SOVIET-FINNISH trade agreement. I USSR information bulletin
(Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:415t- (1396)
FOREIGN RELATIONS GT. BRIT.
TIMBER agreement with Russia. In Statist (London) June 24, 1950,
FOREIGN RELATIONS U.Sa
FISCHEi, GEORGE. Genesis of U.S.-Soviet relations in World war II.
In Review of politics (Notre Dame, Ind.) July 1950, 12:363-378.
GURIAN, WALDEMAR. After Korea, what? In Commonweal (New York)
July 21, 1950, 52:359-362. (1399)
Events in Korea bear out need for a firm American policy
KENNAN, G. F. Russia and the United States.
(New York) June 26, 1950, 122:12-16.
MNTCHELL, DONALD W, The risks of cold war.
(Philadelphia) July 1950, 19:5-9,
In New republic
In Current history
ZACHARIAS, ELLIS M. Behind closed doors; the secret history of the
cold war. New York, Putnam, 1950. 367p. (1402)
Authors opinion of what has been going on in our relations
FORMDSA STRATEGIC POSITION
to U.S. denfenses? JI U.S. news and world report
June 30, 1950, 28:21-22. (1403)
considered buffer against Russia.
ZABORSKI, B, Review of S, S. Balzak: Economic geography of the
USSR, New York, Macmillan, 1949. In Russian review (New York)
July 1950, 9:229-233. (1404)
See Soviet Bibliography #50.10:9.
GERIANY ART AND CULTURE
FAGG, ELIZABETH. How the Soviet ravaged German art. In American
mercury (New York) August 1950, 71:158-165. (1405)
About removal of art treasures from Eastern Germany and
Berlin by Russians.
FISCHER, GEORGE. Russia's 'authoritarian tradition'.
leader (New York) July 1, 1950, 33:24-25,
Review of G. Backer's The deadly parallel; Stalin
the Terrible, New York, Random house, 1950, cited
SCHLESINGER, RUDOLF. Recent Soviet historiography -II. In Soviet
studies (Oxford) July 1950, 2:3-21. (1407)
Contents: The interpretation of ancient history; The origins
of the Russian state; Late medieval history. To be con-
WALSH, WARREN B. Review of P. A. Sorokin: Leaves from a Russian
diary-and thirty years after, Boston, Beacon press, 1950. In
Russian review (New York) July 1950, 9:233-235. (1408)
See Soviet Bibliography #50.19:8.
BUDGETARY CONTROL in Soviet factories. In Soviet studies (Oxford)
July 1950, 2:94-108. (1409)
RUSSIA ATTACKS on the economic front. In Business week (Albany, lY.)
June 17, 1950, p. 136. (1410)
Comparison with progress in America.
SHIFT OF SOVIET PRODUCTION. In Statist (London) June 3, 1950,
JAPAN TRADE UNIONS
REPRISALS against democratic organizations in Japan. In Soviet news
(London) June 28, 1950, p. 1-2, (1412)
Lt. Gen. K. Derevyankots protest to Gen. MacArthur concern-
ing alleged reprisals of the American occupation authorities
and the Japanese government against the trade unions. See
also Soviet weekly (London) June 29, 1950, p. 7.
AMERICAN AGGRESSION in Asia, In New times (Moscow) July 5, 1950,
p. 1-3, (1413)
THE ATTACK against North Korea. In Soviet weekly (London) June 29
1950, p. 7. (1414
In a radio address on June 26, Im Ir Sen, declared that
Syngman Rhee began an offensive on the territory north
of the 38th parallel.
BEHIND UNITED STATES ACTION; grave responsibility rests with Moscow.
In Forum (Johannesburg) July 8, 1950, 13:9. (1415)
North Korea,with Moscow's consent could call off military
COSTELLO, WILLIAM. Korea: Moscow's way out. In Reporter
(New York) July 18, 1950, 3:33-35.
DALLIN, DAVID J. INot Korea, but Japan'. In New leader (New York)
July 15, 1950, 33:19-20. (1417)
Says Kremlin's real current objective is not Korea, but Japan.
DALLIN, DAVID J. Unite the two Koreas. In New leader (New York)
July 8, 1950, 33:2-3--. (1418)
THE ENEMY. In Time (Chicago) July 17, 1950, 56:21.
Korean leaders backed by Stalin and Politbureau,
ENEMY HAS BIG EDGE-at start. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) July 14, 1950, 29:18-19.
Korea can be prologue to World war III major move by
Stalin can start declared war,
FIRST REPORTS on Korea. In Current digest of the
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 15, 1950, 2:12-15.
Excerpts from various publications.
GROMYKO, A. A. American aggression in Korea. In Soviet weekly
(London) July 6, 1950, p. 3. (1422)
Says that attack was the outcome of a premeditated plan.
GUISE, ROBERT. As I see it! We meet the challenge.
Wall street (New York) July 15, 1950, 86:401.
Korean crisis considered as showing Soviet Russia
western countries will not permit communist attack
In Magazine of
HOTTING THE COLD WAR. In New statesman and nation (London) July 1
1950, 40:3-4, (1424)
Korean conflict seen as phase of the world struggle between
the USSR and the US.
KIM, IR SEN. The fighting in Korea.
27, 1950, p. 3-4.
Text of radio broadcast.
In Soviet news(London) June
KOREA- and what next? In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 27, 1950, 4:147-148. (1426)
KOREA: final test of the UN. In New republic (New York) July 3,
1950, 123:5-6. (1427)
This session discussed attitudes toward peace movements.
LAWRENCE, DAVID. The Kremlin's offensive. In U.S. news and world
report (Washington) July 7, 1950, 29:48. (1428)
NDRLEY, FELIX. Stepping stone to Japan. In Pathfinder (Chicago)
July 12, 1950, 57:27. (1429)
Russia considers Korea the key to Japan.
MOSCOW turns on the heat in Asia, our weakest spot; In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) July 22, 1950, 22~ai (1430)
OLIVER, ROBERT T. Behind the war in Korea. In New leader
(New York) July 15, 1950, 33:6-7. (1431)
OUR STAND in Korea. In Armed forces talk (Washington) no. 334,
July 7, 1950, p. 1-9. (1432)
PRATT, FLETCHER. A long, tough fight. In New republic (New York)
July 24, 1950, 123:11-13. (1433)
TEST CASE. In Economist (London) July 1, 1950, p. 1-2. (1434)
Korean conflict viewed as test of U.S. and U.N. vs. Russia,
TWO KINDS OF KOREAN. In Economist (London) July 15, 1950, p. 126-
Remarks on the political complexion of North Koreans, a
factor in current crisis.
DESCRIBES RUSSIAN OPPRESSIONS of early thirties. In Inter-Catholic
press agency (New York) July 12, 1950, 5:7-9. (1436)
GUINS, GEORGE C, Law does not wither away in the Soviet Union. In
Russian review (New York) July 1950, 9:187-204. (14377
Lenints doctrine of state and law.
PAULUS, ARTHUR. The Russian background. Ig Tribune (London)
June 16, 1950, p. 18-19. (1438)
Review of M. Slonim: The epic of Russian literature, London,
Oxford university press, 19/9, cited in Soviet Bibliography
#50.19:9. See also review in Soviet Bibliography #50.30:9.
LITHUANIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
MISREP3ESENTATIONS by the Soviet embassy. In Lithuania bulletin
(New York) January-June, 1950, 8:12-23. (1439)
Contradiction of Soviet description of conditions in
LITHUANIA POLITICAL PERSECUTION
GRINIUS, KAZYS. Lithuania in the clutches of Stalin. In Inter-
national peasant union bulletin (Washington) May-June, 1950, 1:43-
MORLEY, FELIK. The Ruhr of Asia; a great industrial concentration
lies adjacent to North Korea. In Barron's (New York) July 24,
1950, 30:3. (1441)
Industrial potential of Manchuria and how Russia takes
advantage of it.
OSTRY, 0. For a progressive trend in medical science. In Current
digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 15, 1950, 2:20-
From Literaturnaya gazeta, May 13. Complete text.
MINES AND MINING
VOROBYOV, M. War-wrecked colliery now fully mechanised,
weekly (London) June 29, 1950, p. 5.
Donets coal field,
SMOGORZEWSKI, K. M.
(London) July 1950,
The Mongolian republic.
OCCUPATION POLICY A1ERICAN GERMANY
MUHLEN, NORBERT. The beetle in the Kremlin's bonnet. In
leader (New York) July 15, 1950, 33:11.
Russians charge use by Americans of Colorado beetles in
western Germany for bacteriological warfare test.
GUINS, GEORGE C. The prospects of 'pan-slavism'.
journal of economics and sociology (Lancaster, Pa.)
See also Soviet Bibliography #50.2:11.
MANNING, CLARENCE A. The myth of slavic unity.
quarterly (New York) Spring 1950, 6:107-114.
Explodes the theory of Slavic unity which is p:
KUZNETSOV, V. V. Supreme Soviet gives full approval to World peace
congress appeal, In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 7
1950, 10:400-406. (1448)
Included various speeches made by Russian deputies,
SOVIET PEOPLE vote for peace. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:413-414. (1449)
On collection of signatures for Stockholm peace appeal.
THE SOVIET UNION-bulwark of peace. In New times (Moscow) July 5,
1950, p. 5-6. (1450)
Collection of signatures for the Stockholm appeal demanding
the banning of atomic weapons.
THE SOVIET UNION- standard bearer of the struggle for peace. In
Soviet news (London) June 23, 1950, p. 1-2, 1t451)
From Pravda editorial.
"UNDER THE WISE LEADERSHIP of great Stalin, forward to the victory
of communism." In Soviet news (London) June 22, 1950, p. 3. (1452)
From Pravda editorial, June 20. See also USSR information
bulletin (Washington) July 7, 1950, 10:410-411.
V. KUZNETSOV'S REPORT on world peace delegation's reception in
U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet. In Soviet news (London) June 21, 1950,
p. 2-3. (1453)
SANCHEZ SALAZAR, LEANDRO A. Murder in Mexico, the.assassination of
Leon Trotsky. London, Seeker, 1950. 235p. (1454)
THE LINGUISTIC DEBATE-III: Pro and con on Marr. In Current digest
of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 1, 1950, 2:3-9. (1455)
Discussion of two articles which appeared in Pravda, May 23.
N. Chemodanov: The paths of development of Soviet linguistics,
B. Serebrennikov: On N. YA. Mrr's research techniques.
LINGUISTICS DEBATE- V: conflicting views. In Current digest of
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 15, 1950, 2:3-12. (1456)
Discusses three articles: by F. Filin, Against stagnation,
for the development of Soviet linguistics; G. Kapantsyan,
On certain of N. Marr's general linguistic theses; A. Popov,
Pressing problems of Soviet linguistics. From Pravda,
May 30. Complete text.
STALIN, J. Concerning Marxism in linguisitcs. In New times
supplement (1bscow) June 28, 1950, no. 26, p. 1-16.
See also USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 7,
1950, 10:386-393; Soviet news (London) June 29, 1950,
p. 1-2; June 30, p. 2-3; July 3, p. 3-4; July 4, p. 3.
GRYZIEWICZ, S. Post-war agrarian policy in Poland. In Eastern
quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:21-29. (1458)
Land reform and collective farming in Poland compared with
precedents from Russia.
KULSKI, W. W. Can Russia withdraw from civilization? In Foreign
affairs (New York) July 1950, 28:623-643. (1459)
Study of Russian political theory from about 900 A.D. to the
THE PROBLEM of Russian guilt. In Ukrainian bulletin (New York)
June 15, 1950, 3:1+-. (1460)
The Russian people are partly responsible for the aggressive
growth of communism.
POLITICAL PENETRAhION CHINA
WRAGA, R. 1saning and consequences of the communist victory in
China. In Eastern quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:9-13. (1461)
Having reduced China, Russia is proceeding to abolish all
traces of "capitalism" there.
POLITICAL PENETRATION EASTERN EUROPE
RADITSA, BOGDAN. Tito as a temptation, In New leader (New York)
July 1, 1950, 33:21-22. (1462)
Reviews of: V. Bartlett's East of the iron curtain, London,
Latimer house, 1949, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.22:3;
J. C. Harsch's The curtain isn't iron, New York, Doubleday,
1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.29:12.
POLITICAL PENETRATION ESTONIA
RUSSIFICATION. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 27, 1950, 4:150-151. (1463)
POLITICAL PERSECUTION BALTIC
KLESMENT, JOHANNES. Ten years since the occupation of the Baltic
states. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stockholm)
June 21, 1950, 4:139-140. (1464)
June 15-17, 1940, Soviet Union forcibly occupied Estonia,
Latvia and Lithuania.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
FAINSOD, M. Controls and tensions in the Soviet system. In
American political science review (Menasha, Wis.) June 1950, 44:266-
GURIAN, WALDEMAR. From Lenin to Stalin. In Review of politics
(Notre Dame, Ind.) July 1950, 12:379-388. (1466)
WASHING DIRTY LINEN in the Soviet bureaucracy; articles in papers
and magazines exposing abuses by the bureaucracy. In Newsweek
(New York) June 12, 1950, 35:341-. (1467)
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT BALTIC
THE FATE OF SOVIET quislings. In Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) June 21, 1950, 4:141-144. (1468)
Cabinet members of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT EASTERN GERMANY
EASTERN GERMANY; a survey of Soviet policy, 1945-50.
(London) July 1950, 6:297-308,
In World today
FEDOSEYEV, P. Cannibalistic theories of contemporary Malthusians.
In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 15,
1950, 2:15-16. (1470)
From Pravda, May 28. Condensed text. Some current ideals
on "surplus" European population.
DOES SOVIET want world press curb via U.N. statute?
evening post (Philadelphia) July 8, 1950, 223:10.
TIMASHEFF, N. S. Review of A. Inkeles: Public
Russia; a study in mass persuasion, Cambridge,
versity press, 1950. I. Commonweal (New York)
See Soviet Bibliography #50.29t13.
opinion in Soviet
Mass., Harvard uni-
July 7, 1950, 52:323-
BALTIC PROTEST meetings. In Newsletter frombehind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) June 21, 1950, 4:144-146. (1473)
Protest against the occupation of Estonia, Latvia and
Lithuania, which took place ten years ago,
WILL THE RUSSIANS fight Stalin? In Ukrainian quarterly (New York)
Spring 1950, 6:101-106. (1474)
STRATEGIC POSITION BALKANS
RUSSIAN MIVES point
to Tito as real target,
July 7, 1950, 29:20.
In U.S. news and world
TERROR TACTICS LITHUANIA
UNDER THE SIGN of genocide. In Lithuanian bulletin (New York)
January-June, 1950, 8:1-12. (1476)
Soviet anti-religious campaign and mass extermination in
UKRAINE WAR POTENTIAL
SHANDRUK, PAUL. The military potential of the Ukraine.
Eastern quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:14-20.
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
ACTION-and an empty Russian chair.
In Newsweek (New York)
U.S. COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA
HALICH, WASYL. Russian communist propaganda in American schools.
I Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Spring 1950, 6:163-169. (1479)
U.S. ECONOMIC POLICY
VARGA, Y. The economy of the capitalist countries under the blows
of U.S. monopolies. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor,
Nich.) June 24, 1950, 2:12-14. (1480)
From Pravda, May 10. Condensed text.
U.S, FOREIGN RELATIONS
SIOWDOWN IN THE FAR EAST: can America hold the line?
and world report (Washington) July 7, 1950, 29:11-13.
In U.S. news
U.S. POLITICAL PENETRATION JAPAN
POPOV, K. The American colonization of Japan. In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) July 1, 1950, 5:403-409. (1482)
Translation from Izvestia, May 26, 1950. Contents: I. "Co-
operation" of the Japanese-American monopolies; II. Japanese
reparations and US policy; III. The infiltration of American
capital into postwar Japan; IV. The Japanese economy on the
eve of 1950.
AMEIICAN AND RUSSIAN war potentials. In Statist (London) July 8,
1950, 152:51. (1483)
Estimates that the U.S. industrial potential is greater than
that of Soviet Russia.
SOVIET WAR potential is rising. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) July 14, 1950, 29:20-21. (1484)
Poland, Czechoslovakia and East Germany are being developed
as hinterland for the Soviet,
STALIN: strength at peak in '50. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) July 7, 1950, 29:18-19. (1485)
Russian preparedness for war.
WORLD VIEW: no big war soon. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) July 14, 1950, 29:25-26. (1486)
Military and foreign diplomats discount Russia's readiness
WORLD WAR. 1939-19.5.
GLABISZ, K. Causes of the German collapse in the 1941-1945 Russo-
German campaign. In Eastern quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:30-35.
Without the enormous help of the Western allies Russia would
not have been able to defeat Germany as rapidly as she did.
In Economist (London)
July 22, 1950, 159:176-177.
YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
STEVENS, EDMUND. Yugoslavia; stumbling block to Stalin. I
Christian science monitor (Boston) July 24, 1950, 42:1.
Yugoslavia only communist country so far to defy Russia.
First of a series of nine articles.
YUGOSLAVIA FOREIGN RELATIONS
ZILLIACUS, K. Yugoslavia and the West.
(London) July 1950, 178:6-11.
YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
AUTY, PHYLLIS. Marshal Tito looks ahead.
July 6, 1950, 44:6-7,
Says that if internal conditions can 1
regime will endure indefinitely.
In Contemporary review
In Listener (London)
be improved, Tito's