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The fortnightly {2 '. P.-Uj, 114r-1.h 1 is- n attempt to list on a current

bcis the mo~it significant pufolished materials 'ih in g to do with the Soviet

U 7,it.l its foreign policy, economic and social development, and its im5 -.t

upon the satellite countries and the world in general. It is compil-ed 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 include nd ad 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 collection. Re-

quests 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 56Y', extension 3363,







SOVIET BIBLIOGRAPHY


AGRICULTURE

ANCHIKHOROV, Po Gathering the harvest in the Soviet Union, In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:555-556.

ANTONOV, V. Harvest time on a collective farm. In USSR information
bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:556-557o


NEDVEDEV, N. The Danube-Black Sea canal.
13, 1950, po 23-25.


In New times (Moscow) September
(1947)


RUMEANTSEV, V. M. Agriculture in the USSR highly mechanized, In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10-552-554. (1948)

TWO GIANTS on the Volga; canals in Turkmenia. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 7, 1950, 2:3-9. (1949)
See also Soviet news (London) September 14, 1950, p. 1.

ARMAMENT


DAVENPORT, R. Why are Russian tanks better than ours?
post (Philadelphia) October 7, 1950, 223:30-314-.


In Saturday evening
(1950)


ATOMIC BOB

BAXTER, BEVERLEY, Has Russia really got the bomb? In Maclean's (Toronto)
October 1, 1950, 63:5--+ (1951)

BIBLIOGRAPHY


LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, General reference and bibliography
to Soviet bibliographies; a selected list of references.
John T, Dorosh, Washington, 1950, 158po


division. Guide
Compiled by
(1952)


COMMUNISM


DALLIN, DAVID Jo Communism means war. In American mercury (New
October 1950, 71:400-409.
Demonstrates how despite professions of peace Soviet Russia
thrives on war.


York)
(1953)


MARCHE, HENRI, Communist tactics-phony and real. In Reporter (New York)
October 10, 1950, 3:31-33o (1954)
How to recognize Russian propaganda techniques.


(1945)


(1946)







TAYLOR, A. J. P. Anti-Bolshevik primer. In New republic (New York)
October 16, 1950, 123.r20-21. (1955)
Review of J. Steinberg's Verdict of three decades from the
literature of individual revolt against Soviet communism, 1917-
1950, New York, Duell, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
#50.31:2.

TIMASHEFF, N. S. The Soviet concept of democracy. In Review of politics
(Notre Dame, Ind.) October 1950, 12:506-518. (1956)
"Democracy" as government for the people in accord with Soviet
political concepts.


DEFENSES EUROPE

HALTON, MATTHEW. The greatest danger is in Europe. In Maclean's (Toronto)
October 15, 1950, 63:7+. (1957)
Discussion of whether Europe could withstand a Russian attack.


DEPORTATION

POLSKA PARTIA SOCJALISTYSZNA. Polish deportees in the Soviet Union. Report
prepared by the Polish socialist party to the International socialist
conference, Copenhagen, 1-3, June, 1950. London, 1950. 15p. (1958)


DOUKHOBORS

WOODCOCK, GEORGE. The Doukhobors: Canada's religious Russians. In
Tomorrow magazine (New York) October 1950, 10:39-44. (1959)

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

BUILDING WORKERS have own suburb in Moscow. In Soviet weekly (London)
September 14, 1950, p. 4. (1960)


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS EUROPE

SOKULSKY, DMYTRO. Review of L. Lania: The nine lives of Europe, New York,
Funk, 1950. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6:272-273.
(1961)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.21:6.


EDUCATION

MEDINSKY, EUGENE. The teacher occupies position of honor in Soviet society.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:564-565.
(1962)








98% FOR COEDUCATION in letters to the editor. In Current
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 7, 1950, 2:9-11.
From Literaturnaya gazeta, August 24. Complete text.
Soviet Bibliography #50.29:5.

ZHARKOV, SERGEI. Shop assistants train in trade schools.
(London) September 14, 1950, p. 5.


digest of the
(1963)
See also


In Soviet


weekly
(1964)


ESTONIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


ECONOMIC SHORTCOMINGS. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) September 5, 1950, 4:196-197,


(1965)


FOREIGN RELATIONS


EUROPE expects dramatic Soviet about face. In United Nations world
(New York) October 1950, 4:4-5.
Belief that Soviet foreign policy may become more conciliatory.


(1966)


FOREIGN RELATIONS GERMANY

ROSSI, A. The Russo-German alliance, 1939-1941. London, Chapman, 1950.
218p. (1967)


FOREIGN RELATIONS IRAN


WILLIAMj, RICHARD, Russiats Muslim neighbor.
September 21, 1950, 44:365-366.


In Listener (London)


FOREIGN RELATIONS U. A,

BAILEY, THOMAS Ao America faces Russia; Russian-American relations from
early times to our day. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell university press, 1950o
375p. (1969)

LASERSON, MAX M. The American impact on Russia, 1784-1917. New York,
Macmillan, 1950. 441p. (1970)
A study of diplomatic and ideological exchanges between US and
Russia.

MARTINDELL, JACKSON. Can capitalism and communism live side by side? I
Commercial and financial chronicle (New York) September 28, 1950, 172:22-23o
(1971)
Present conflict between U.S. and Russia is not economic, but
political.


(1968)







FOREIGN TRADE FINLAMD


NYKOPP, JOHAN. The new trade agreement between the Soviet Union and Finland.
In Economic review (Helsinki) January-February 1950, p. 3-6. (1972)


GT. BRIT. HISTORY

VARGA, E. The decline of British imperialism. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 23, 1950, 2:3-10. (1973)
Abridged translation from Voprosy ekonomiki, no. 4, 1950.


HISTORY

SEEGER, ELIZABETH. The pageant of Russian history. New York, Longmans,
1950. 43p. (1974)
History of the Russian people from the time of the Slavic in-
vasion of Europe to the end of World War II.


INTELLECTUAL LIFE

CULTURAL LIFE of a province center. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 7, 1950, 2:12-14. (1975)
Toronezh, industrial and farming province.


JAPAN BACTERIAL WARFARE

MATERIALS ON THE TRIAL of former servicemen of the Japanese army charged
with manufacturing and employing bacteriological weapons. Mbscow, Foreign
languages publishing house, 1950. 534po (1976)

KOREA

NORTH KOREAN TARGET: cold and tough. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) October 13, 1950, 29:22-23. (1977)


KOREA ARMY

KALINOV, KYRIL. How Russia built the North Korean army. In Reporter
(New York) October 10, 1950, 3:17-20. (1978)
The second of two installments. See part I in Soviet Bibliog-
raphy #50.35:4.








KOREA RECONSTRUCTION


MODEL KOREA with U.S.-U.N. help. g U.S. news and world report
(Washington) October 20, 1950, 29:23.

KOREAN CONFLICT

COMMENT on the war in Korea. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, MLch.) October 7, 1950, 2:17-24;-.


(1979)


(1980)


THE CONFLICT IN KOREA and in the U.N. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, ich.) September 30, 1950, 2:18-23, (1981)
Summary of recent articles.


HOW SYNGMAN RHEE planned the aggression.
September 28, 1950, p. 7,


In Soviet weekly (London)


KEY TO CONFLICT and its significance. In Newsweek (New York) October 2,
1950, 36:22-23o (1983)
Belief Russia may soon give up support of North Koreans.

LAWRENCE, DAVID. Expose the aggressors, 3 U. S. news and world report
(Washington) October 6, 1950, 29:52. (1984)
Says the Soviet Union should be put on trial for its dishonorable
role in the Korean war.


PABLO, MICHEL. Korea and the "cold war", In Fourth international
(New York) September-October 1950, 11:137-142.
Russia backing Korean venture to divert efforts of western
powers from European defenses.

ROSENTHAL, A. M. Is world war III waiting at the 38th parallel?
United Nations world (New York) October 1950, 4:11-15,
World war not regarded inevitable.


(1985)



(1986)


STUART, J. B. Civil war in Korea. In Fourth international (New York)
September-October 1950, 11:131-137. (1987)
Korean conflict believed part of Asiatic revolutionary pattern
encouraged by Russia.

LABOR

THE BIG TRUTH and the big lie. In Soviet Russia today (New York) October
1950, 18:14-154-. (1988)
Denial that "Soviet labor is not free".


(1982)








LITERATURE

ANNIVERSAfR OF THE DECREE on literature. In Current digest of the Soviet
press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 30, 1950, 2:23-27. (1989)
Contents: For high ideological standards and craftsmanship; For
a fighting, principled literary criticism; Criticism and book
reviews in the magazine Zvezda; Meeting of Leningrad writers.

LEHMANN, JCHN. The Soviet treatment of literature. In Listener (London)
September 21, 1950, 44:3794-. (1990)

MORE ON THE WRITERS and critics. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Miih.) October 7, 1950, 2:14-17. (1991)


LITERATURE UKRAINE

MANNING, CLARENCE A. The trials of Ukrainian communist literature. In
Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6:206-213. T7992)
"Russification" threatens Ukrainian literature.


MANCHURIA INDUSTRY

CHECHOTKINA, 0. The flag over the furnace. In New times (MOscow)
September 13, 1950, p. 18-23, (1993)
Description of Anshan as Manchuria's great metallurgical centre,
due to support by Soviet Russia.


MUSIC

-'.RF.ol'E, ELENA. mny new operas presented in the Soviet Union, In USSR
information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:" '.-574. (1994)


.: '104L CHARACTERISTICS

CORT, DAVID. kassia without mystery. In United. Nations world (New York)
October 1950, 4:30-32. (1995)
"Some peculiar Ibscow behavior patterns..."


~0EAR EAST

ORIENTAL STUDIES and national questions; a survey of recent articles, In
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) September 30, 1950,
2:3-17. (1996)
Reviews of: History of the Tadzhik people, by B. G. Gafurov;
"Turkey", by B. Dantsig; Objectivist mistakes in A. F. Miller's
works on the history of Turkey, by G. Akopyan; The problem of the
character of the movement of Muridism and Shamil, by M. D. Bagirov.







PEACE

BERKOV, A. Progressive students united for peace. In USSR information
bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:558-560. (1997)


BOULIER, ABBE J.
today (New York)


Why I signed the Stockholm appeal, In Soviet Russia
October 1950, 18:10-114-. (1998)


FOR THE PEACE and security of the peoples, against the menace of a new war.
In Soviet weekly supplement (London) September 28, 1950, p. 1-2. (1999)
Vyshinsky's speech in UNO, September 20, 1950.

RAYMIND, ELLSWORTHo Does Stalin want peace? In United Nations world
(New York) October 1950, 4:17+. (2000)
Russia professes peace, but organizes groups to foment trouble.


PERSONALITIES


FYVEL, T. R. The real Ilya Ehrenburg.
23, 1950, 33:16-18.


In New leader (New York)


September
(2001)


A NEW VYSHINSKY. In Newsweek (New York) October 2, 1950, 36:24.


PAYNE, ROBERT,
1950. 321p,


Mao Tse-tung: ruler of Red China. New York, Schuman,
(2003)


POLITICAL PENETRATION


DAILIDE, P. Preventive war or Bolshevik enslavement? In Newsletter from
behind the iron curtain (Stockholm) September 5, 1950, 4:193-195. (2004)


FREIDIN, SEYMOUR and others. Next targets for Stalin? In Collier's
(New York) October 14, 1950, p. 22-23+-.
Soviet targets: Yugoslavia, Turkey and Iran. Yugoslavia is the
best prepared to resist aggression.


(2005)


POLITICAL PENETRATION EAST GERMANY


KLEIMAN, ROBERT. Russia's Germany makes gains.
report (Washington) October 13, 1950, 29:19-21.
About Mbscow's method of wooing an ally.


In U.S. news and world
(2006)


POLITICAL PENETRATION IRAN

DILDINE, WILLIAM G. Iran: trouble spot on Russia's border. In Reporter
(New York) October 10, 1950, 3:6-9. (2007)


(2002)







POLITICAL PENETRATION MIDDLE EAST


DEUTSCHER ISAAC. Has Stalin 'stopped' at the Middle East? In Reporter
(New York5 October 10, 1950, 3:10-13. (2008)
Russia held back in her aggression on Middle East by threat
of open war.


POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT


HAILE, PENNINGTON, The eagle and the bear: a primer of political philosophy.
New York, Washburn, 1950. 194p. (2009)
Major political forces which have shaped the forms of government
of the US and the Soviet Union.


POWER PLANTS


NEW DNIEPER POWER STATION and canals to be built by 1957. In USSR
tion bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:550-551.
See also Soviet weekly (London) September 28, 1950, p. 3-4.

THREE GREAT SOVIET PROJECTS, In Soviet news (London) September 1
p. 1.
About hydroelectric stations. See also Soviet Bibliography
#50.35:7.


informa-
(2010)


, 1950,
(2011)


PROPAGANDA


SETON-WATSON, HUGH.
(London) September
Soviet attempt


The intellectual's place in communism.
14, 1950, 44:339-340.
to captivate minds with peace appeals.


In Listener
(2012)


PUBLIC WELFARE

SCHECHTER, ANM. The old belong to life. In Soviet Russia today (New York)
October 1950, 18:20-23. (2013)
Aged regarded as very important in Soviet life.


REFUGEES


THE CHALLENGE; bulletin of the Association of former political prisoners of
Soviet labor camps. Vol. 1, no. 1- July 1950- New York, 1950-
monthly. (2014)







RUMANIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


LIVANOV, I. Exhibition shows steady progress of Romanian economy ,
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10 :562-563.'. 1 5)


SCIENCE


BERNAL, J. Do
October 1950,


Questions and answers on Lysenko.
18:18-19+-.


In Russia t.d a (Ne.w 1 t
(2016)


KASSIL, LEV. The famous worker in science, Konstantin Tsiolkovesky in
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10o:567-68. '.'
September 19, 1950, the 15th anniversary of the death of the
Russian scientist and inventor.


SPORTS

SOKOLOV, B. Soviet athletes win European meets, set many new records. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10: 36-5710 -'


TERRITORIAL EXPANSION

CARMAN, E. D. Soviet
concepts and methods.


territorial aggrandizement, 1939-1i048 an
Washington, Public affairs press, 1950.


UKRAINE LANGUAGE

OHIENKO, ILARION. Ukrainian literary language in the USSRo In Ukrainian
quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6:229-240, ..)


UKRAINE LITERATURE


ROMANENCHUK, BORDAN.
Ukrainian quarterly


Ten years of Soviet literature in Ukraine.
(New York) Summer 1950, 6:246-252.


UKRAINE MINES AND MINING

PROTSIUK, STEPHEN. Ukrainian Donbas at the close of the fourth Five year
plan. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6s219-228. (2022)
Alleged waste of coal resources.


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UKRAINE POLITICAL PERSECUTION


MISHCHENKO, MICHAEL. Vr testimony on the genocide in Ukraine.
Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6:256-264.


(2023)


UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS


BREAKING RUSSIA'S veto power. In U. S. news and world report (Washington)
S October 6, 1950, 29:20-21. (2024)
What may happen if the UN adopts Mr. Acheson's plan to grant
General Assembly military power.

FROM VICTORY TO PEACE. In Christian century (Chicago) October 11, 1950,
67:1190-1191. (2025)
Recommends establishment of UN police-action force to safeguard
peace.


MALIK EXPOSES new U.S. manoeuvres to prolong Korean war.
(London) September 14, 1950, p. 14-.


In Soviet


'U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL meetings, September 11 & 12. In Soviet news
(London) September 15, 1950, p. 3-4.


S- ARM

ZASLAVSKY, D. The U.S. Army as it really is. In New times (boscow)
September 13, 1950, p. 26-29.
Review of Stefan Heym's book "The Crusaders", stressing the
author's description of the U.S. army as corrupt and inefficient.


weekly
(2026)


(2027)


(2028)


U S. FOREIGN RELATIONS FAR EAST


HORNBECK,
divided.
746.


STANLEY K. The United States and China; a world three ways
In Vital speeches of the day (New York) October 1, 1950, 16:738-
(2029)


Accuses Russia of having caused Far Eastern aggression.


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


COLEMAN, ARTUR P. "Understanding of Russians".
(New York) Summer 1950, 6:214-218.
Criticism of American attitude toward USSR.


In Ukrainian quarterly
(2030)


GUISE, ROBERT. As I see it! Let's not fall for it again.
of Wall street (New York) October 7, 1950, 87:5+.


In Magazine
(2031)


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LINDLEY, ERNEST K. Will we fall for it again? In Newsweek (New York)
October 2, 1950, 36:19, (2032)
Advises stiff American attitude in future relations with Russia.


OUR "CONTAINMENT" POLICY; a road to peace or to disaster.
quarterly (New York) Summer 1950, 6:197-205.
Criticism of American foreign policy as "Russophile".


In Ukrainian
(2033)


U.S. POLITICAL PENETRATION ASIA


WITTFOGEL KARL A. How to checkmate Stalin in Asia.
(New York5 October 1950, 10l334-341.
Land reforms more appealing than Russia's systems
vent further spread of communism.


In Commentary

may help pre-


U.S. PRESS

WOLTMAN, FREDERICK. Pravda, U.S.A.; Stalin's American mouthpiece.
Collier's (New York) October 21, 1950, p. 15-174+.
Concerns the New York Daily Worker.


WAR POTENTIAL

KREMLIN has mobilization problems, too. In Business week (Albany, N.
October 14, 1950, p. 19-20.
Russia must decide what proportion of industry shall be devoted
to munitions.


WERTH, ALEXANDER. Alarm in Russia. In Nation (New York) October 7, 1950,
171:303-304. o0
Russia believed beginning preparations for world wide war now.


WHY RUSSIA CAN'T RISK a big war now. I U.S. news and world report
(Washington) October 20, 1950, 29:20-21.


WAR POTENTIAL EAST GERMANY

WHY GERMANY isn't to be next 'Korea'. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) October 6, 1950, 29:18-19.
East Germany poorly equipped for military ventures.


YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

VLAHOVIC, VELJKO. Six years of the people's state. New York, Yugoslav
information center, 1950. 19p. (2040)


(2034)


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(2036)


(2038)


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YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC POLICY

HANDLER, M. S. Pressureon Yugoslavs is steadily mounting; Belgrade looks
to U.S. as satellites work to destroy the Tito regime. In New York times
(New York) October 1, 1950, sec. E, p. 4. (2041)

PAROM3V, M. Tito Yugoslavia subjugated to foreign monopolies. I1 USSR
information bulletin (Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:574-575. (2042)

YUGOSLAVIA RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS

ZYABLOV, P. The Yugoslav people's struggle against the Tito clique. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) September 8, 1950, 10:544-545. (2043)




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