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BIBLIOGRAPHY No, 50.35
September 27, 1950



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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 200 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

welcome

The Division of Library and Reference Services is prepared to supply

on loan, any of the items listed in this Bibliography. Applications may

be made to the Circulation Section, LR, Room 202, State Annex #1, or call

Republic 5600, extension 3363,







SOVIET BIBLIOGRAPHY


ADMINI STRAT ION


WHAT IS A POLICE STATE?
August 25, 1950, p. l-l-l*


In Armed forces talk (Washington) no 541,
(1782)


AGRICULTURE


FOR A HIGHER STANDARD of agriculture,
August 22, 1950, p. 1-2.
From Pravda, August 18, 1950,


In Soviet news (London)
(1783)


ANTARCTIC REGION


DENISOVC I. The Antarctic. In New times (Moscow) August 16, 1950s
p. 21-26. (1784)
Russian versus American and British claims,


ARMED FORCES

PIPES, RICHARD E. The Russian. military colonies, 1810-1831, In
Journal of modern history (Chicago) September 1950, 22s205-219.7T85)
Experiments in relocation of soldiers in autonomous
communities.


ARMY

GI IVAN runs on tough training and strict disciplines In Newsweek
(New York) September 4, 1950, 36220f- (1786)
Soviet army discipline is built on the Prussian pattern.


ATTITUDE TOWARDS U.S.


WERTH, ALEXANDER. What Russia tells itself. In Nation (New York)
September 9, 1950, 171:226-227; September 16, 195~, 171:247-249.(1787)
Contents: I. War, peace, and the U.S.A. II. Moscow's line
on Korea. See also his articles in New statesman and nation
(London) September 2, 1950, 40:242-243; September 9, 1950,
40 -265.







COMMUNISM

BERLINE, PAUL. Russian nationalism or pan-Stalinism? In New leader
(New York) September 9, 1950, 33516-18. (1788)
Stalinist communism does not represent Russian national
aspirations.


COMMUNISM FAR EAST

SACKS, MILTON, The strategy of communism in southeast Asia. In
Pacific affairs (Richmond, Va.) September 1950, 33:227-247 T1789)
Point of view of alleged liberty under communism replac-
ing colonial dependency.


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

GARDNER, JAMES. What British foundry workers saw in the USSR. In
Soviet weekly (London) August 24, 1950, p. 7, (170)

KONSTANTINOV, F. V, The role of the socialist consciousness in the
development of Soviet society. Moscow, Foreign languages, 1950,
11l3p (1791)

SLOAN, PAT. Commonsense about Russia. London, British-Soviet
friendship society, 1950, 16p. (1792)

WILBERFORCE, W. The riddle of Russia; a first-hand account of the
people, and many aspects of life in Russia. In Army quarterly
(London) July 1950, 60s217-226. (1793)


ECONOMIC POLICY

HOROTH, V. L. Politico-economic weaknesses of the Soviet orbit. In
Magazine of Wall street (New York) September 9, 1950, 86:615-616-}-.
(1794)

USS,.R. Council of ministers. Central statistical administration.
Fulfilment of the state plan for 1949, London, "Soviet news", 1950,
21p, (1795)

----- Central statistical board, Results of fulfilment of the
state plan for the rehabilitation and development of the national
economy of the U.S.S,R. in 1949, Moscow, Foreign languages, 1950.
30p, (1796)







EDUCATION

MEDYNSKY, Y. Education in the U.S.S.R, London, "Soviet news", 1950.
48p, (1797)


ELECTIONS

SOVIET UNION at the polls. London, "Soviet news", 1950. 86p.(1798)
Contents Election speeches by V M. Molotov, N. M. Shvernik,
G. M, Malenkov, K. E. Voroshilov, A. I, Mikoyan during the
USSR Supreme Soviet election campaign, March 1950, and
statement of Central electoral commission.


FAMILY

NOGINA, 0. P. Mother and child care in the UcSS.R, Moscow,
Foreign languages, 1950. 84p. (1799)


FOREIGN RELATIONS

ON THE TASKS of studying the history of the Stalinist foreign policy
of the Soviet Union, In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann
Arbor, Mich.) September 16, 1950, 2:3-7, (1800)
From Voprosy istorii, no. 4, April 1950, Complete text.


FOREIGN TRADE

WAR-GOODS pipe line to Russia; West permits huge leaks through
satellites. In US. news and world report (Washington) September
22, 1950, 29:2 6-27, (1801)
It is said that much of the machinery and material sold to
the satellites ends up in the Soviet Union,


GERMANY STRATEGIC POSITION

LAST CALL for Europe, In Time (Chicago) September 18, 1950, 56S31-
54, (1802)
Germany must become a bastion capable of repulsing Russia,
aiming for the domination also of western Europe,







HISTORY


ALDANOV, MARKQ The escape. New York, Scribner, 1950, 389p,(1803)
Describes the Bolshevik revolution.

ROTHSTEIN, ANDREWf A history of the U.S.S.R. New York, Penguin
books, 1950, 384po (1804)


KOREA ARMY

KALINOV, KYRIL, How Russia built the North Korean army. In
Reporter (New York) September 26, 1950, 3.4-8, (1805)
A former Soviet officer tells his story. The first install-
ment of the article,


KOREA, NORTH ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS

SHABSHINA, F. Five years after Korea's liberation, In New times
(Moscow) August 16, 1950, p, 4-9, (1806)


KOREAN CONFLICT

ATROCITIES OF THE AMERICAN aggressors in Korea. In Soviet news
(London) August 25, 1950, p. 1-2, (1807)

THE BACKGROUND of the present war in Korea, In Far Eastern economic
review (Hongkong) August 31, 1950, 9r233-237, (1808)

KOREA.- editorial comment and reports. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Micho) Septembe- 9, 1950, 2-3-12A-. (1809)
Defines "aggression". Continued, First article cited in
Soviet Bibliography -#50,345,.

NEHRU'S IDEAS for peace; an interview with the Prime minister of
India, In U.S. news and world report (Washington) September 15,
1950, 29:3'-32. (1810)
The Korean conflict might be solved best in the United
Nations Security Council through the offices of the
USSR and Red Chinao

A QUESTION of evidence, In Economist (London) September 16, 1950,
p. 468-469, (1811)
Suggests investigation of origin of Korean conflict by a
UN appointed body







SHOOTING in the Yellow Sea.
56 t42s


In Time (Chicago) September 18, 1950,
(1812)


About the recent incident of shooting down a Russian plane
off Korea's west coast.


THE SOVIET UNION and American intervention in Korea. (Documents) In
New times supplement (Moscow) August 9, 1950, no. 32, p. 1-14;
August 16, 1950, no. 33, p. 1-21, (1813)
Part I cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.32r8.

TRAINED, tough revolutionaries run North Korean war, linked to Moscow
through Russia's soldier-ambassador. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) September 8, 1950, 29::35-37. (1814)
About those said to have been picked by Russia to
dominate North Korea and lead her armies.


IABOR

IRGIZOV, EUGENE. The Stakhanov hurricane. In New leader (New York)
August 26, 1950, 33 19-20, (1815)
The piece work system is not succeeding too well in spite
of incentives to increase production.

LIASNIKOV, I. Why there is not and cannot be any unemployment in
the Soviet Union, In World trade union movement (Paris) July 1950,
p. 10-11. (1816)


NEWMAN, ANDREWe Soviet labour discipline.
September 1, 1950, p. 9-10.


In Tribune (London)
(1817)


MEDICINE


CASE HISTORY of a physician's complaint. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 9, 1950, 2:13-17. (1818)


NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS


MNLLAHY, PATRICK. Bent twigs, In New republic (New York)
September 11, 1950, 123r18-19,
Review of G. Gorer and J. Rickman's The people of Great
Russia, London, Cresset press, 1949, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.16:8.


(1819)


PAYNE, ROBERT. How the Russian mind vorks. In United Nations
world (New York) September 1950, 4:17-20--. (1820)
We might understand Russia better from acquaintance with
her tempestuous past.







NATIONALISM

LENIN, V. I. The right of nations to self-determination. Moscow,
Foreign languages, 1950, 117p. (1821)


PATENTS

KORSHUNOVA, Y. Basic problems of Soviet law on invention. In
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 16,
1950, 2:8-10. (1822)
Abridged translation of text from Sovetskoye gosudarstvo
in pravo, no, 2, February 1950.


PEACE


POIEVOY, B. In the great cause of peace.
(Moscoa) September 1950, pi 177-179.


In Soviet literature
(1823)


TAYLOR, ALLAN. Story of the Stockholm petition. New York, 1950s
2p. (1824)
Reprinted from New York times of August 13, 1950.


VIKTaROV, J. Peace is the basis of Soviet policy.
weekly (London) August 24, 1950, p.l- .


In Soviet


(1825)


YAKOVLEV, L. In defence of peace.
September 1950, p. 207-211,


In Soviet literature (Moscow)
(1826)


PERSONALITIES

BUBER-NEUMANN, MARGARETEo Does Wilhelm Pieck remember Moscowl In
New leader (New York) August 26, 1950, 33:15. (iT7)


PHILOLOGY

DEUTSCHER, ISAAC. Stalin talks at last. In Reporter (New York)
September 12, 1950, 3:33-36. (1828)
Stalin's argument against Marr's linguistic innovations,


POLAND SIX YEAR PLAN


POIAND'S six year plan; a brief outline of goals,
(New York) September 1950, 5:3-6,
See also Soviet Bibliography #50.33:ll


In Poland today
(1829)







POLITICAL PENETRATION GERMANY

STUHLMANN, GUNTHER. Germany's red rabbits. In New leader (New York)
August 26, 1950, $3:9-10O (1830)
West German businessmen accused of aggravating Communist
menace by seeking economic cooperation with Russia.


POWER PLANTS

ANNOUNCEMENT of Kuibyshev power plant. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 16, 1950, 2:10-11. (1831)
From Pravda, August 21, and Izvestia, August 22, 1950.
Complete text. About building of a hydroelectric station
on the Volga river,


PROPAGANDA


SIMIONS, ERNEST J.
republic (New York)


Anti-American propaganda in the USSR.
July 17, 1950, 123:14-16,


PUBLIC OPINION

TOWSTER, JULIAN. Agitprop. In New republic (New York) September
11, 1950, 123:18-19. (1833)
Review of A. Inkeles's Public opinion in Soviet Russia,
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1950, cited
in Soviet Bibliography #50,29:135


SCIENCE


THE PAVLOV DISCUSSION, In Current digest of the
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 9, 1950, 2:17-264-.
Concluded, Some speeches in the discussion,
Bibliography #50.34:9.


Soviet press

See Soviet


STRATEGIC POSITION BALTIC

O'DONNELL, JAMES P. The riddle of the Russian sea. In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) September 9, 1950, 223:38-5:4+. (1835)
Russians strengthening submarine fleets and naval defenses
in the Baltic area.


In New
- (1832)


(1834)








UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS


CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM H. Lesson of Koreas UN is outmoded. In New
leader (New York) August 26, 1950, 33-21. (1836)
Suggests UN become an anti-communist coalition to vitiate
Russian tactics balking effective international action.

DOLIVET, LOUIS. This fateful September of 1950: decision on peace
or war. In United Nations world (New York) September 1950, 4:15-
16. (1837)
Contents: Socialistsand liberals prepare defenses; Why the
Soviets will hesitate to attack; Strength of UN idea in
Russia; West will oppose extension of conflicts; General
assembly-the answer to the veto.

DORIAN, PAUL. Why Jacob Malik keeps talking. In New leader
(New York) August 26, 1950, 33:6-7. (1838)
Outwitted by Security Council decisions on Korean conflict,
Malik has vehemently attempted to justify Russia's atti-
tudes.

U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL, meeting August 4. discussion on agenda. In
Soviet news (London) August 8, 1950, p. 2-3. (1839)


U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meeting, August 8, 1950.
(London) August 11, 1950, p. 1-3,


U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meeting, August
(London) August 15, 1950, p. 1-2.

U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meeting, August
(London) August 16, 1950, p. 1,

U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meeting, August
(London) August 22, 1950, p. 3-4*

U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meeting, August
(London) August 25, 1950, p. 3-4,


WHITHER UNO?
413.


10, 1950.


14, 1950.


17, 1950.


22, 1950.


In Soviet news


(1840)


In Soviet news
(1841)

In Soviet news
(1842)

In Soviet news
(1843)

In Soviet news
(1844)


In Labour monthly (London) September 1950, 32:405-
(1845)


States that the role of the UN so far resembles that of the
ill-fated League of nations.


Y. A, MALIK'S speech to Security council, August 3, 1950.
Soviet news (London) August 8, 1950, p. 3-4.
The concluding part in Soviet news (London) August 9,
1950, p. 3-4.


In
-(1846)








Y, A, MALIK'S speech in Security council, August 11, 1950. In
Soviet news (London) August 15, 1950, p. 2-4. (1847)
Continued in Soviet news (London) August 16, 1950, p. 3-4.


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

FELIERS, BONNER. How we can lick Stalin. In Collier's (New York)
September 16, 1950, p. 13-154-. (1848)

WALLACE, HENRY A. Where I stand, In New leader (New York)
August 26,1950, 3302-4. (1849)
Disillusion with Russia and faith in U.S. and U.N, as
guarantors of peace.


U.S. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

IMPOVERISHMENT of the working people in the capitalist countries.
In New times (Moscow) August 16, 1950, p. 10-14o (1850)
Emphasizes America.


I.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.S.R.

NIEBUHR, REINHOLD. "Messianic men". In Nation (New York)
September 2, 1950, 171:212, (1851)
Review of W. Schubart's Russia and western man, New York,
Ungar, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50534:11,


WAR POTENTIAL

BESS, DEMAREE. How long will this war last? In Saturday evening
post (Philadelphia) September 9, 1950, 223:22-23-q. (1852)
Russia's military ambitions and plans a mystery.

CAN RUSSIA'S ARMY BE BEATEN? A German military expert answers. In
U0S. news and world report (Washington) September 8, 1950, 29:24-
25+ (1853)
An interview with Col. Gen. Heinz Guderian, on Germany's
military role of the future

DALLIN, DAVID J. Stalin takes a breather. In New leader
(New York) September 9, 1950, 33:4-5. (1854)
Korean invasion believed but one link in the chain of
"Stalinist wars".







THE STRENGTH AND WEAKNESSES of Russia. In Ukrainian bulletin
(New York) August 15, 1.950, 3:1+-o
How prepared Russia is against assault from without and
being undermined within.


TILLINGER, EUGENE.
(New York) October
Possibility of
formidably,


Will the Russians beat us? In Liberty
1950, 7:13-14c- .
Russo-German military collaboration looms


(1855)


(1856)




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