BIBLIOGRA1W r o. 50&I6
October 11, 1950
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
LIBRARY AND REFERENCE SERVICES
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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
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.
CONSTRUCTION of main Turkmenian canal. In Soviet news (London)
September 14, 1950, pe .l (1857)
Decree of USSR Council of Ministers concerning irrigation.
FOR A HIGHER STANDARD of agriculture. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) September 8, 1950, 10:515-5-6. (1858)
From Pravda August 18, 1950,
ON INTRODUCING a new irrigation system for making fuller use of irri-
gated land and improving the mechanization of agricultural work. In
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich,) September 235
1950, 2:11-15. (1859)
Translation from Pravda and Izvestia, August 18.
MOLODTSOV, S. V. The regime of the Baltic straits in international
lawo In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
September 16, 1950, 2:7-8. (1860)
Complete text of dissertation on straits off west coast of
CAN RUSSIA close the Baltic? In Business week (Albany, N. Y.) September
2, 1950, p. 88-91 (1861)
CHAO-CH'I, LIU. Concerning agrarian reform in China. In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) September 1, 1950, 5:451-461 (1862)
Translation from Pravda, July 31, 1950.
CARR, E. H. Studies in revolution. New York, Mamnillan, 1950. 226p.
The ideological origins of the Russian revolution.
STALIN'S "Dialectical and historical materialism". In Monthly bulletin
of the International peasant union (Washington) JulySugust, 1950,
Criticism of Stalin's views on "Leninism" and "Marxism".
VSESOIUZNAIA oommunisticheskaia partiia (bolsshevikov) Tsentral'nyi
komitete History of the Communist party of the Soviet Union (bolsheviks)
Moscow, Foreign languages publishing house, 1950, 447pg (1865)
LIDDELL HART, Bo He
republic (New York)
If Russia should strike in the West, In New
September 11, 19509 123513-16, (1866)
DEFENSES WESTERN EUROPE
WRESTING THE INITIATIVE from Russia. In Forum (Johannesburg)
19, 1950, 133-40o .
About Churehillvs proposal for a western European army.,
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
MACLEAN, FITZROYo Escape to adventure.
Experiences in Russia and Yugoslaviae
Boston, Little, 1950o
RASHIDOV, SHARAF, The Soviet people base their life on peaceful crea-
tive labor. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 8,
1950, 10g524-c525 (1869)
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS EASTERN EUROPE
MARGOLD, STELLA Ko Economic life in Russia's orbit. In Harvard
business review (Boston) September 19509 28865-78.
First installment, the second will appear in forthcoming
DUBROVINA, LYUDMILAo 20 years of compulsory education in the Soviet
Union In USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 8, 1950,
10519 o (1871)
MOOS, E0 The educational system of the Soviet Union,
National council of American-Soviet friendship, 1950o
WEBB, MARGARET K, The Russian dilemmas robots or thinkers In
Virginia quarterly review (Charlottesville) Autumn 1950, 26-512-529,
ESTONIA POLITICAL PERSECUTION
PURGE rather ineffective. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) August 29, 1950, 4:190-192, (1874)
Estonian people are strongly opposed to collaboration with the
POLYAKOV, M. The banking system of the U.S.S.R. In USSR bulletin
.(Bangkok) April 18, 1950, p. 7-10. (1875)
FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA
EVGENYEV, K. Strengthening of Soviet-Chinese friendship, In USSR
bulletin (Bangkok) April 18, 1950, p. 1-3. (1876)
WHY MISSION to China failed; General Marshall tells of deal that
collapsed. In U. So news and world report (Washington) September 29,
1950, 29:23. (1877)
Proposed Russian trusteeship for Manchuria said to have pre-
vented settlement of Chinese question in 1946.
FOREIGN RELATIONS IRAN
CROSSMAN, R. H. Persian Odysseyo In New statesman and nation (London)
September 16, 1950, 40:278. (1878)
Review of G, Lenozowski's Russia and the West in Iran, 1918-
1948, Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell university press, 1949, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50.9:4.
FOREIGN RELATIONS US.
BAILEY, THOMAS A. America faces Russia; Russian-American relations from
early times to our dayo Ithaca, N, Y., Cornell university press, 1950.
BALDWIN, HANSON We U,S.A, and US.S.R,-an assay of strength. In
New York times magazine section (New York) September 24, 1950, p. 94.
Contents: I, Military. IT. Geographic and strategic,
III. Economic. IV, Political. V. Psychological and moral.
NOTE OF THE SOVIET GOVERNMENT to the US State department. In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) September 8, 1950, 10:527. (1881)
USSR Embassy's note of May 11, concerning Gen. MacArthur's
directive on release of Japanese war criminals.
TRADE WITH RUSSIA,
In Statist (London) September 2, 1950, 152:518-320.
EAST, W. GORDON. How strong is the Heartland?
(New York) October 1950, 29:78-93.
Belief that Russia, dominant in East Europe,
entially affect the course of all Europe and
In Foreign affairs
much of Asia.
GUISE, ROBERT, As I see itl Conference at the Waldorf.
of Wall street (New York) September 23, 1950, 86:6553..
Advocates West German troops integrated into a western
European command to enhance defense against Russia.
PICK, ROBERT. Debacle of the bourgeoisie. In Saturday review of
literature (New York) September 16, 1950, p. T--16. (1885)
Review of M. Aldanov's The escape, Scribner, New York, 1950,
cited in Soviet Bibliography #50,3554.
PRITT, D. N. New history of Soviet Union. In Labour monthly (London)
September 1950, 32:428-431. (1886)
Review of A. Rothstein's A history of the U.S.S.R., New York,
Penguin books, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.35:4.
WERTH, ALEXANDER. Penguin on Russia, In New statesman and nation
(London) September 23, 1950, 40:307-308, (1887)
Review of A. Rothstein's A history of the U.S.S.R., New York,
Penguin books, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.35:4.
SKARIN, YEVGENY, USSR is solving its housing problem.
weekly (London) September 7, 1950, p. 7.
HOEFFDING, OLEG. Review of A. Arakelian: Industrial management in the
USSR, Washington, Public affairs press, 1950. In Annals of the American
academy of political and social science (Philadelphia) September 1950,
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50,26.8.
SHIMKIN, D. B, What is Russia's industrial strength; analysis of the
pattern and potentials of the economy: economic development, 1940-1950.
In Automotive industries (Philadelphia) August 1-15, 1950, p. 34-357+
KOREA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
KORNILOV, V. In liberated Seoul. In Soviet press translations
(Seattle) September 1, 1950, 5:465-467.
Translation from Pravda, July 22, 1950.
KOROSTOVETZ, VLADIMIR DE. Korea past and present.
review (London) September 1950, 178:138-142.
Historicalreview, including survey of relations
AMERICA'S CRIMES in Korea,
September 7, 1950, p. 1-3,
In Soviet weekly supplement (London)
AT LAKE SUCCESS and in Korea, In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 23- 1950, 2:19-24. (1894)
Translated from Pravda and Izvestia.
BARMAN, THOMAS .
Through the Soviet looking-glass. In Listener
24, 1950, 44:2594.
Soviet broadcasts concerning the Korean conflict.
CHEREDNICHENKO, N, A people's war against aggression. In New times
(Moscow) September 6, 1950, p. 5-7, (1896)
It is said that South and North Korea are united in the fight
against the American "invaders".
GROMYKO STATEMENT. In Current history (Philadelphia) September 1950,
Statement of July 4, accusing U.S. of "aggression" in Korea.
IGNORANCE in questions of international law, In Soviet press transla-
tions (Seattle) September 1, 1950, 5:461-464, (1898)
Translation from Izvestia, August 6, 1950. See also Soviet
INCIDENT OF SOVIET BOMBER, In United Nations bulletin (New York)
September 15, 1950, 9:27:247-2T8. (1899)
Malik denies validity of report on the Russian flyer shot
down mouth of 38th parallel.
KOREA. In United Nations bulletin (New York) September 15, 1950,
After a procedural deadlock the UN Security Council tackled
the Korean question. Malik's and Austin's statements in-
KOREA: editorial comment and reports. In Current digest of the Soviet
press (Ann Arbor, Mich,) September 16, 1W50, 2:11-17. (1901)
Defines "'aggression". Part II cited in Soviet Bibliography
KORNILOV, Vo Map of American aggression. In Soviet press translations
(Seattle) September 1, 1950, 5:464-465, (1902)
Translation from Pravda, July 22, 1950*
MIKOLAJCZYK, STANISLAW. The echoes of the shooting in Korea. In
Monthly bulletin of the International peasant union (Washington) "July-
August 1950, 1:4-6, .(1903)
Reflections regarding Korean conflict; uncertainty whether
through it Russia intends a world war.
OLIVER, ROBERT T, 'Why war came in Korea, New York, Fordham universi-
ty press, 1950, 260pe (1904)
Russia, feeling an American disinclination to defend Korea,
attempted to occupy the entire country to enhance her Far
Eastern toehold. See also his article in Current history
(Philadelphia) September 1950, 19:139-143,
Newsweek (New York)
How the Korean
to the world,
Key to conflict.eo and its significance.
September 25, 1950, 36:26-27o
conflict reflects the communist challenge
RED FACTS and fiction. In Monthly bulletin of the International peasant
union (Washington) July-.. gust 1950, 1:21-27. (1906)
Russian attitudes regarding the Korean conflict.
SOVIET AGGRESSION in Korea. In Monthly bulletin of the International
peasant union (Washington) July-August 1950, 1:12-19. (1907)
Salient documents of US and UN Security Council regarding the
outbreak of the Korean conflict,
THE UNITED NATIONS in action; implications of the war in Korea,
Round table (London) September 1950, p. 299-303,
Contents: Surprise and counter-surprise; Russia and Asia,
WHITE PAPER ON KOREA, In Current history (Philadelphia) September
1950, 19:170-174, (1909)
Official American view on the Korean conflict, by State
Department countering Gromyko's assertions,
ELISEYEVA, V. Collective farmers trade on Riga markets.
weekly (London) September 7, 1950, po 5e
THE MOSCOT INSTITUTE of pediatrics, In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) September 8, 1950, 10:536-537,
WESTERN MOTOR TRANSPORT, Re Russia's tin supply. Los Angeles, 1950,
Photostat of article from Western motor transport on tin and
Siberian trucking; an interview with Alexander P. Solovov of
the Ministry of geological survey in Moscow8
MONGOLIA ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS
DEMIDOV, S. The glorious celebration of the Mongol people.
press translations (Seattle) September 1, 1950, 5:473-474,
Translation from Izvestia, July 11, 1950e
COWHERD, RAYMOND G. The Soviet peace offensive. In Current history
(Philadelphia) September 1950, 19:129-134. (1914)
How the Soviet fifth column is exerting influence in several
countries through sham peace efforts,
KOTOV, Me The Soviet people have declared their will for peace In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 6, 1950, 10g522-523.
HARCAVE, SIDNEY. Review of Christopher Hills Lenin and the Russian
revolution, New York, Macmillan, 1950o In Annals of the American
academy of political and social science (TEiladelphia) Seltember 1950,
271 229, (1916)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.24?10.
CHIEN-CHTUN, LIU. Lift the iron curtain and search the conspirator, In
Vital speeches of the day (New York) September 15, 1950, 16]714-716,
Discusses also the Soviet concept of war.
DISUNITY GIVING COMFORT to the Kremlin. In Statist (London)
2, 1950, 152:5-4e
FAIRBANK, JOHN K. The problem of revolutionary Asia, In Foreign
affairs (New York) October 1950, 29.101-113 (1919)
Private American contacts could counterbalance Russian
activities in Asiao
PRICE, M. P. Russiaz what now? In Contemporary review (London)
September 1950, 178?129-1354, (1920)
Russian methods of attempted domination of other lands.
ROUCEK, J, S., edo Moscow's European satellites. In Annals of the
American academy of political and social science (Philadelphia)
September 1950, 2711-1840 (1921)
Partial contents: -The changing role of iron curtain countries.
-The structure of Soviet power and expansion, -Constitutions
of the Soviet satellites. -The Sovietization of the
satellites, -Use of satellite outposts by the USSR,
-Bonapartist unity of eastern Europe.
POLITICAL PENETRATION ASIA
RUSSIA'S EASTERN MARCHES, In Round table (London) September 1950,
p. 34-340 (1922)
About Russian encroachments upon the Straits, Iran, southeast
Asia and Korea.
POLITICAL PENETRATION BALTIC STATES
THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY of the liberation of the Baltic states. In
Monthly bulletin of the International peasant union (Washington) -July-
August 1950, 1:43=45. (.1923)
Observations on ten years' domination by Russia of the Baltic
POLITICAL PENETRATION CHINA
GOODFRIEND, ARTHUR. When the communists came. n. p., 1950. 21p.
Chinese village under communism.
HU, SHIH, China in Stalin's grand strategy. In Foreign affairs
(New York) October 1950, 29:11-40. (1925)
Effects of Russian influence upon China from the 1920's to the
POLITICAL PENETRATION GERMANY
GERMANY-another nation divided. In Armed forces talk (Washington)
September 8, 1950, no, 343, p. 1-iT. (1926)
Soviet Union may attempt to make all Germany a cannunist state.
POLITICAL PENETRATION UKRAINE
SMAL-STOCKY, ROMAN, The intellectual blockade of Ukraine by Russia,
In Ukrainian bulletin (New York) September 1, 1950, 3:3. (1927)
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
MOORE, BARRINGTON. Soviet politics-dilemma of power. Cambridge,
Masse, Harvard university press, 1950. 503pq (1928)
GRAND CONSTRUCTION WORKS of the Stalin epoch. In New times (Moscow)
September 6, 1950, p, 1-3. (1929)
About hydroelectric stations built on the Volga.
THE KUIBYSHEV hydroelectric station will be the world's largest. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 8, 1950, 10:513-514.
See also Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor,
Mich.) September 16, 1950, 2:10-11e
VEDERNIKOV, A. Five years of the Patriarchate, February, 1945-February,
1950. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)-
September 23, 1950, 2:15-19. (1931)
From Zhurnal Moskovskoi Patriarkhii, no, 3, abridged
translation, Includes two articles: On jurisdiction;
REPO, D. Finland trades with the Soviet Union. In World news and
views (London) September 16, 1950, 30:443. (1932)
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
HAMILTON, THOMAS J. The U.N. and Trygve Lie. In Foreign affairs
(New York) October 1950, 29:67-77.. (1933)
Mr, Lie and Russia's attitudes in UN proceedings.
MALIK reaffirms Soviet peace policy. In Soviet weekly (London)
September 7, 1950, p. 3, (1934)
Day by day report of Security Council debates.
UoN. SECURITY COUNCIL meetings, August 29-September 8. In Soviet news
(London) September 14, 1950, p. 2-3. (1935)
WEST TO OPEN UN, DOOR to Mao--if he behaves. In U.S. news and world
report (Washington) September 29, 1950, 29:22, (1936)
Belief that Red China in UN would check Russia's world
DEXTER, BYRON. Clausewitz and Soviet strategy.
(New York) October 1950, 29:41-55.
In Foreign affairs
COOPER, DUFF. The plough and the furrow. In Foreign affairs,
(New York) October 1950, 29:1-10.
U.S. has supplanted Britain as dominant in international
affairs in the vanguard of peoples opposing Russia,
DEAN, VERA M. What is Russia's over-all strategy today?
policy bulletin (New York) September 15, 1950, 29:2-3.
KOHN, HANS. Korea and after. In New leader (New York) September 2,
1950, 33:8-10. (1940)
Says free nations must unite more effectively against
further communist aggression.
THOMPSON, CAROL L, The Treaty of Portsmouth. In Current history
(Philadelphia) September 1950, 19:144-150, (1941)
Diplomacy of the major powers leading to the Russo-Japanese
war of 1905, and the American role in negotiating the
WORLD3 WAR, 1939-1945
HALE, ORON J. The Fuehrer and the
quarterly review (Charlottesville)
Story of the German debacle in
field marshal.- In Virginia
Autumn 1950, 26:49iZ-811,
Russia in World War II.
VSESOIUZNYI leninskii kommunisticheskii soiuz molodezhi, Otdel propo-
gaudy i agitatsii. Young communists in the USSR. A Soviet monograph
describing the demands made upon members of the Komsomol organization.
Tr. by Virginia Rhine. Washington, Public affairs press, 1950. 92p.
TALMADGE, I. D. Could Tito hold out? In New republic
October 2, 1950, 123:10-13,
Whether Yugoslavia could survive a Russian invasion,