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FOREWORD



The fortnightly Soviet Bibliography is an attempt to list on a current

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 included 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 collection. Re-

quests for supplementary and additional materials are always welcome.

The Division of Library and Reference Services is prepared to supply

cn 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


AGRICULTURE

BAZHAN, MIKCLA. Volga, Amu Darya, Dnieper. In New times (Moscow)
October 4, 1950, p. 14-16, (2044)
Reclamation of land by elaborate system of irrigation canal and
water power plants.

GOLUBEVA, VERA. Water being brought to Kara-Kum desert will restore it to
life. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 581-582.
(2045)
Kara-Kum desert, between the Aral and the Caspian Seas.

MATVEYEV, V. Stalin's great plan for remaking nature and Soviet agricul-
ture. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:586-
587, (2046)
The new system of irrigation.

POPOV, N, The main Turkmenian canal. In Soviet weekly (London)
October 5, 1950, p. 6. (2047)
About irrigation and hydro-electric power stations. See also
Soviet Bibliography #50,36:1.

RUMYANTSEV, V. M. Collective farms amalgamate for greater progress. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950 10:590-591. (2048)

SHAROV, I, A. Irrigation for abundance. In Soviet weekly (London)
September 21, 1950, p. 5, (2049)

ZUBRIK, K. The main Turkmenian canal. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) September 29, 1950, 10:546-548. (2050)
See also Soviet news (London) September 14, 1950. p. 1.

ANTHROPOLOGY

SHICKlN, D. B. Recent trends in Soviet anthropology. M1nasha, Wis,, 1950,
p. 621-625, (2051)
Reprinted from American anthropologist (Menasha, Wis.) vol. 51.
no. 4, October-December 1949.









ATTITUDE TOWARDS U.S.


HERMAN, LOUIS J. America througlthe Kremlin's eyes.
mercury (New York) November 1950, 91:590-597.


In American


(2052)


CHINA


DISPOSAL OF COMPLAINT of bombing of Chiiea.
(New York) October 1, 1950, 9:295-299.
USSR complaint of bombing by air forces
,China.


In United Nations bulletin
o (2053)
of the territory of


WANG, Y. C. Repercussions
economic review (Hongkong)


of the Korean war on China.
October 19, 1950, 9:457-458.


In.Far Eastern
(2054)


CHINA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS


GERASIMOV, S. In the New China. In Soviet press translations (Seattle)
October 1, 1950, 5:526-532. (2055)
From Izvestia, June 24 and 28, 1950. Two articles:, subtitled
The'people are learning and School for tractor drivers.


CHINA FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.

VINACKE, HAROLD M. The problem of recognition of the Chinese communists.
World affairs (Washington) Fall 1950, 113:70-72. (2056)
Asserts US cannot recognize Red China if her foreign policy re-
flects only desires of Soviet Union,


CHI'T_ POLITICS :AID GOVEi',rNNT


CHOU EN-LAI on foreign and domestic policy.
press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 21, 1950,


In Current digest of the Soviet
2:3-9. (2057)


COI-ITIAISM


APTOLD, G. L.
December 1950,


Stalinism.
22:338-355.


In Political quarterly (London)


October-


DEUTSCHER, ISAAC. Before Lenin and after. In Nation (New York)
October 14, 1950, 171:346-348.
Review of E. H. Carr's Studies in revolution, New York,
Macm.llan, 1950, cited in Soviet Bioliography #50.36:1.


(2058)


(2059)








IMLIKf, CHARLESo The communist doctrine of war and revolution, In World
affairs (Washington) Fall 1950, 113:76-79. (2060)
Dialectical materialism and eternal conflict inherent in
communist ideology.

WHO'S THE ENEMY- the communist or the Russian people? In Russia (New York)
September 1950, 7:1-22. (2061)


COMMUNISM CHINA

ELEMENTS OF INSTABILITY in China,, In Far Eastern survey (New York) October
11, 1950, 19:177-182. (2062)
Contents: Discontent in countryside; Russian aid limited;
High cost of army and bureaucracy; Nationalism vs. Russian
influence; Communists admit difficulties; Business bad, says
Chen Yun; No quick remedy possible.


COMMUNISM EUROPE

HANDLER, M. S. The new pattern of Soviet aggression. In New York times
magazine section (New York) October 1, 1950, p. 94-. (2063)


COMMUNISM YUGOSLAVIA

PESHICH, BOGDAN. Why Soviet leaders evade discussion of questions vital to
the labor movement. In Review of international affairs (Belgrade)
September 27, 1950, 1:14. (2064)


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

THE INVOLUNTARY ANSWERS of a Soviet Russian officer of the repatriation
commission, concerning life in the Soviet state, In Information on
conditions behind the iron curtain (Stockholm) n, d., 1950, p. 137-140o
(2065)

NICKEL, EDWARD J. If you lived in Russia! In Parade, Washington post
(Washington) October 22, 1950, p, 8-9- (2066)
Soviet DP's tell what Russian life is like,


ECONOMIC POLICY

HOLZMAN, FRANKLYN D. Commodity and income taxation in the Soviet Union.
In Journal of political economy (Chicago) October 1950, 58:425-433.. (2067)









HUSZAR, G. B., de, Use of satellite outposts by the U.S.S.R. In Annals of
the American academy of political and social science (PhiladelphiaY September
1950, 271:157-164, (2068)


ECONOMICS

DOMAR, E. Do The Varga controversy. New York, 1950. p. 132-151. (2069)
Reprinted from American economic review (Evanston, Ill.) vol 11,
no. 1, March 1950.

HAZLITT, HENRY. Communism imitates capitalism. In Newsweek (New York)
October 9, 1950, 36:76. (2070)
Theory and practice of Communist economics compared.


ELECTIONS

VISHNIAK, MARK. When the Russian people spoke. In New leader (New York)
October 7, 1950, 33:24-25. (2071)
Review of 0. H. Radkeyts The election to the Russian Constituent
assembly of 1917, Cambridge, Harvard university press, 1950,
cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.31:4.


ESTONIA AGRICULTURE

PASSIVE RESISTANCE strengthening. Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) October 3, 1950, 4:223. (2072)
Resistance of the Estonian farmers to the regime and collectivi-
zation.


FAMILY

THE PROBLEM of the alimony dodger. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 21, 1950, 2:14-15. (2073)

WEDDING BELLS under the Soviets. In Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) October 3, 1950, 4:219-220, (2074)
Marriage and family are not a private affair in USSR,


FINANCE

WYCZALKOWSKI, MARCDI R. The Soviet price system and the ruble exchange
rates. In International monetary fund. Staff papers (Washington)
September 1950, 1:203-2230. (2075)
Analysis of the price system in the USSR and the ruble exchange
rate in international economic relations.
4








FIVE YEAR PLAN

GUREVICI, S. The new economic upswing of the U.S.S.R. in the postwar
five-year plan period. 9bscow, Foreign languages publishing house, 1950.
256p. (2076)


RUSSIA prepares her new Five-year plan. In Statist (London)
1950, 152:429.


September 30,
(2077)


FOREIGN RELATIONS


BOUSCAREN, ANTHONY T, Soviet expansion and the West. San Francisco,
Pacific states printing company, 1949. 199p, (2078)
Reviewing Soviet-Western relations since 1939, analyzing the
pattern of Soviet expansion.


DEAN, V. M. What is Russia's over-all strategy today?
bulletin (New York) September 15, 1950, p. 2-3,

SPECTOR, IVAN. Soviet strength and strategy in Asia.
Superior publishing company, 1950. 52p.


In Foreign policy
(2079)

Seattle, Wash..
(2080)


TAKE, R. S, Continuity in Russian foreign policy. In International
journal (Toronto) Autumn 1950, 5:283-298,
Contents: The ideological background; The traditional aims of
Russian foreign policy; Soviet tactics in foreign policy;
Conclusion.


FOREIGN RELATIONS GERMANY


YERUSALIMSKY, A. A turning point in Europe's history.
(Moscow) October 4, 1950, p. 9-13.
Defense of Russian policies in Germany.,


In New times


FOPrIGN RELATIONS U.S.


CHURCHILL, WINSTON S. How our Russian troubles began. In Life
(Chicago) October 23, 1950, 29:91-924-. (2083)
Beginning of the fourth volume of The war memoirs of Winston
Churchill,. First of the four installments.

DALLIN, ALEEXANDER. A peep-show view of the cold war. In New leader
(New York) October 14, 1950, 33:22-23. (2084)
Review of E. M. Zacharias: Behind closed doors; the secret history
of the cold war, New York, Putnam, 1950, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.31:6.


(2081)


(2082)








GURIAN, W. Can we avoid World war III? In Commonweal (New York) October
13, 1950, 53:7-9. (2085)
It is said that war can be avoided only through a program of
strong armaments.

THE LONG COLD WAR. In Nation (New York) October 21, 1950, 171:368. (2086)
Review of Albert Z. Carr's Truman, Stalin and peace, New York,
Doubleday, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.34:4.

SHUCK, L. E. Review of W. B. Smith: My three years in Moscow, Philadelphia,
Lippincott, 1950, In Western political quarterly (Salt Lake City)
September 1950, 3:474, (2087)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.19:7.


GERMANY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

KALINOWSKI, J, Review of F. Loewenthal: News from Soviet Germany, London,
Gollancz, 1950. In Eastern quarterly (London) October 1950, 3:64-66.
(2088)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.20:6.

POLYANIOV, N. In the new Germany, In New times (Moscow) October 4, 1950,
p. 24-27. (2089)


GT. BRIT, DEFENSES

DICKENS, GERAILD. Sea power in a war with Russia. J United States naval
institute. Proceedings (Menasha, Wis.) October 1950, 76:1069-1072. (2090)
British naval defenses still important


HISTORY

BARROWS, DAVID P. Review of J. A. White: The Siberian intervention,
Princeton, N. J., Princeton university press, 1949, In Western political
quarterly (Salt Lake City) September 1950, 3:456-457, (2091)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.16:7.

HILL, CHRISTOPHER. The U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe. In New Central
European observer (London) September 30, 1950, 3:211-212. (2092)
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.








REVISED -TEXTBOOK on 19th century Russian history. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 14, 1950, 2:9-11. (2093)
Review of: History of the U.S.S.oR Vol. II: Russia in the 19th
century. From Voprosy istorii, no, 7, July, 1950. Abridged
translation of text. Problems of Russian and Central Asian
history, modern and ancient, as treated in Soviet journals.


HOUSING

IVANOV, V. Achievements of housing construction in the Soviet countryside.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:592-594.
(2094)


KOREAN CONFLICT

DISCUSSION of complaint of aggression in Korea. In United Nations bulletin
(New York) October 15, 1950, 9:379-381. (2095)
Mr. Malik's attempts to justify North Korean position.

DOCUMENTS EXPOSING preparation of aggression in Korea. In Soviet news
(London) September 26, 1950, p. 7-8. (2096)

KOREA: high point of the northern advance. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 14, 1950, 2:13-16. (2097)

KOREA: the Inchon landing. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 21, 1950, 2:18-23. (2098)
Complete text of reports on military operations by Izvestia and
Pravda from September 10 to September 20. Further reports will
appear in subsequent issues of the Current digest of the Soviet
press,

KOREA BEFORE THE U.N., counteroffensive, In Current digest of the Soviet
press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 21, 1950, 2:15-18. (2099)

LINDLEY, ERNEST K. The burial of the 38th parallel,, In Newsweek
(New York) October 9, 1950,. 36-23. (2100)
Korea as object of contention between Japan and Russia.

MIIMEYEV, V, The Korean people's struggle for unity and independence,
In Soviet press translations (Seattle) October 1, 1950, 5:515-520. (2101)
From Bolshevik, no. 15, August 1950.

MITCHELL, C. C. Political and economic significance of the Korean war.
In International journal (Toronto) Autumn 1950, 5:299-303. (2102)








NO YALTA in Korea. In New leader (New York) October 7. 1950, 33:30, (2103)

REPORT ON KOREA. In United Nations bulletin (New York) October 1, 1950,
9:288-294. (2104)
Partial contents: China's attitude; U.S.SR. proposal discussed;
"Unconditional surrender"; U.S.S.R. reply; Geneva conventions.

WRAGA, R. Korea. In Eastern quarterly (London) October 1950, 3:13-17.
(2105)
Background of the Korean conflict and views on American policy
in Korea,

YEN, PAK HEN. U.S. intervention in Korea. In Soviet weekly (London)
October 5, 1950, p. 9-7.0. (2106)
Statement by the North Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs to
the UN.


LATVIA INDUSTRY

PRESENT STATE of industry, In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) October 3, 1950, 4:224. (2107)


LAW

BERMAN, HAROLD J. Criminal law and psychiatry: the Soviet solution.
Stanford university, California, 1950. p. 635-663. (2108)
Reprinted from Stanford law review (Stanford) vol. 2, p. 635-
663.


MALAY

BONDARYEVSKY, G. The postwar struggle of the Malay peoples for national
liberation. In Soviet press translations (Seattle) September 15, 1950,
5:483-503. (2109)
From Voprosy istorii, no. 4, 1950.


NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS

LIDIN, V. The moral fiber of the Soviet man, In USSR information
bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:595-596. (2110)

WOOD, WILLIAM A. Our ally: the people of Russia. New York, Scribner, 1950.
288p., (2111)









OCCUPATION POLICY, ALLIED GERMMNY


KRASNOPOLSKY, V. kMves for the remilitarization of western Germany, In
New times (Moscow) September 27, 1950, p. 12-15. (2112)
Russian viewpoint of western Germany rearmament.


PEACE

FOR PEACE and security of the nations, against the threat of a new war, In
New times supplement (Moscow) September 27, 1950, no. 39, p. 1-8. (2113)
Vyshinsky's speech at the plenary meeting of the UN General
Assembly, September 20, 1950.

IN THE VAN of the fight for peace. In New times (Moscow) October 11,
1950, p. 1-3, (2114)

IORDANSKY, V. The Soviet people champion peace. In New times (Moscow)
October 4, 1950, p. 6-9. (2115)

IVANOV, L. The USSR stands for strengthening the UN, peaceful co-existence
of the peoples. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13 ,
1950, 10:601-602 (2116)

OSIPOV, G. The peace partisan movement in the Near East. In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) October 1, 1950, 5:532-535. (2117)
From Izvestia, August 17, 19;0,.

STANDiR3D-BEARER of peace. In Soviet news (London) September 27, 1950,
p. 1-2. (2118)
From Pravda editorial. See also New times (Moscow) October 11,
1950, p. 3-6.

USSR continues peace fight at United Nations. In Soviet weekly (London)
October 5, 1950, p. 3-4. (2119)

VYSHINSKY. ANDREI Y. Soviet program for peace. In United Nations
bulletin (New York) October 15, 1950, 9:350-352, (2120)
Contents: The Security council's role; An armaments race;
Atomic weapons; Soviet position; U.S.S.R. declaration;
Assembly's task.


PERSONALITIES

WATTS, RICHARD. More complex than Lenin or Stalin. In Saturday review
of literature (Philadelphia) October 14, 1950, 33:11-12. (2121)
Review of R. Payne's Mao Tse-tung: ruler of Red China, New York,
Schuman, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.37:7.









POLITICAL PENETRATION


FREIDIN, SEYMOUR and others, Next targets for Stalin? Showdown in the
Middle East. I Collier's (New York) October 21, 1950, p. 28-29-f. (2122)
Tells what is being done to prevent any Russian aggression.
Concluded. Part I cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.37:7.

GLASGOW, GEORGE. Revolution and the upshot. In Contemporary review
(London) October 1950, 178:245-251. (2123)
How Russia proceeds to undermine the governments of other
countries.


POLITICAL PERSECUTION EASTERN EEUROPE

PADEV, MPCHAEL. Communist trials. In Contemporary review (London)
October 1950, 178:209-213. (2124)
Terse summary of trials in satellite states.


POLITICS AuTLCO_ 0VRJllDiT

GRZYBOWSKI, WACLAW. The problem of Russia. In Eastern quarterly
(London) October 1950, 3:2-8. (2125)
Stifling nationalism, disguised as communism, regarded as
Russia's affliction.

MANKOVSKY, B. S. The new stage in development of the people's democracies
as states of the socialist type. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Tich.) October 7, 1950, 2:3-8, (2126)
From Sovetskoye gosudarstvo i pravo, no. 7 July, 1950. Complete
text. Outlining "a new stage" in their development, the stage
in which Soviets take over local government.

NIEBIR, REINHOLD. The Soviet reality. In Nation (New York) September
23, 1950, 171:270-271. (2127)
Review of Barrington Moore's Soviet politics-dilemma of power,
Cambridge, ass., Harvard univeristy press, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50.36:9.

SOVIET DOCTRINE. In Review of politics (Notre Dame, Ind.) October 1950,
12:519-523. (2128)
Review of B. Nbore's Soviet politics-dilemma of power,
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50,36:9.








POPULATION EAST-nET EUROPE

PONIATOWSKI, JOZEF. The population of intermarium on the eve of the second
World war. In Eastern quarterly (London) October 1950, 3:18-28. (2129)
"Intermarium" generally includes land between Russia and Germany
spreading from the Baltic to the Black Seas.


POWER PLANTS

CRANKSHAW, EDWARD. Dams for the Volga; great new hydro-electric projects
are dates 1955-56 significant? In Saturday night (Toronto) October 24,
1950, 66g16a. (2130)

GRAND CONSTRUCTION WORKS of the Stalin epoch; decisions of the Council of
Ministers of the U.S.S.R. In New times supplement (Moscow) September
27, 1950, no. 39, p. 1-8. (2131)
Irrigation and hydroelectric stations.

KRZHIZHiANOVSKY, G. Two glt'ts on the Volga. In Soviet weekly (London)
September 21, 1950, p. 1--. (2132)
Hydro-electric stations at Kuibyshev and Stalingrad. See also
USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:579-
580.

NEW DNIEPER hydro-electric station and canals to be built. In Soviet
news (I... ?n) September 21, 1950, p. 1-2, (2133)


PRISONERS OF WAR JAPANESE

VIKTOROV, YA. Sebald's deliberate lie. In Soviet press translations
(Seattle) October 1, 1950, 5:523-526. (2134)
From Pravda, August 25, 1950. Refutation of allegation that
Russia has not completed repatriation of prisoners of war.


PROPAGANDA

FIELD, MARK G. The academy of the social sciences of the Communist party
of the Soviet Union. Chicago, 1950. p. 137-1412 (2135)
Reprinted from the American journal of sociology (Chicago) vol 56,
no. 2, September 1950.








PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE


BOLDYHEFF, CONSTANTII:E W. We can win the cold war- in Russia. In Reader's
digest (New York) November 1950, 57:9-13. (2136)
Author thinks World war III could be prevented by encouraging
smoldering opposition of the Russian people against the Kremlin.


RELIGION

BEAUSOBRE, IULIA de. Religion and social conscience in Russia. In
Listener (London) September 28, 1950, 44:418-419. (2137)


SATELLITE STATES

INFORMATION on conditions behind the iron curtain. Stockholm, 1950-
bi-monthly. (2138)
In forthcoming issues only outstanding articles will be cited.


SCIENCE

BOLTZ, C. L. Russian scientific claims. In Listener (London) September
28, 1950, 44:417-418. (2139)


SEMANTICS

ELLIS, ELLEN D. Soviet semantics. In Current history (Philadelphia)
October 1950, 19:193-197. (2140)
Investigates differences existing between the Western world and
the Soviet Union in their conceptions of terms.


SMUGGLING

FREIDIN, SEYMOUR. Stalin's red market. In This week magazine section,
Sunday star (Washington) October 8, 1950, p. 54-. (2141)
How our war materials are smuggled into the Soviet Union.


TERRITORIAL EXPANSION

POLAND EXPANDS FOR EXTINCTION: Russia's biggest satellite is apt to be the
first to be incorporated in the U.S.S.R.; that's why an expansion of heavy
industry there now has the green light under ambitious six year plan. In
Business week (Albany, N. Y.) August 26, 1950, p. 92-94. (2142)








TURKLSTI


KAJUMKHAN, V.
3:35-39.


Turkestan.


jn Eastern quarterly (London) October 1950,
(2143)


UKRAINE POWER PLANTS


WATER POWER and irrigation in the South Ukraine.
SSoviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 21, 1950,


In Current digest of the
2:9-13. (2144)


UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS


ALVAREZ DEL VAYO, J. Vishinsky vs. Dulles. In Nation (New York)
21, 1950, 171:357-358.
Divergent views on veto, international army and other pressing
UN issues.


October
(2145)


THE DANGER OF WAR can be eliminated. In New times (Moscow) September 27,
1950, p. 1-3, (2146)
Soviet delegation's proposals to the General Assembly on eliminating
the danger of a new war and strengthening the peace and
security of the nations.


HAMILTON, THOMNS J, Russian return unwelcome,
(Washington) October 1950, 5:29-30.
About return of the Soviet Union to UN.


InTh eedom and union


SPEECH BY A. Y. VYSHINSKY; in the political committee, U.N. General assembly,
October 2, 1950, In New times supplement (Moscow) October 11, 1950, no. 41,,
p. 1-16. (2148)


UNITED NATIONS General assembly: fifth session opens.,
(London) September 21, 1950, p. 2-4.


In Soviet news


US. FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA

CHOU EN.LAI PROTESTS to U.N.O. against U.S. bombing. In Soviet news
(London) September 27, 1950, p. 4.
U.S. military planes in Korea being accused of violating the
air frontiers of China.


US. FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.SR.

INFAMOUS POLICY of the U.S.-British bloc. In New times (Moscow)
1950, p. 1-3.
U.S. accused of warlike intentions against USSR.


October 4,
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A NEW RUSSIAN POLICY. In New leader (New York) October 7, 1950, 33:30-31.
(2152)
Citing article by V Nichols, on emancipation proclamation for
the Russian people.


U.S. POLITICAL PENETRATION FORNDSA


US ECONOMIC AGGRESSION on Taiwan.
September 15, 1950, 5:503-505.
From Pravda, August 17, 1950.


In Soviet press translations (Seattle)
(2153)


WORLD POLITICS


CIOTORI, D. N. The third
Eastern quarterly (London)
Two world orbits: the
communist satellites.


Atlantis; or, The progress of appeasement.
October, 1950, 3:9-12.
Atlantic pact community versus the


WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 ATROCITIES

POLISH ASSOCIATION of former Soviet political prisoners. Katin, the mass
murder of Polish prisoners of war. Report prepared by the Polish association
of former Soviet political prisoners and presented by the Polish socialist
party to the International socialist conference, Copenhagen, 1-3, June,
1950. London, 1950. 16p. (2155)


YUGOSLAVIA PEASANTS


POPVICH, B. The peasants under Tito. In Eastern quarterly (London)
October 1950, 3:29-34.


(2156)


YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

BRUSKOV, V. The Tito clique -- who they are and what they represent. In
New times (Moscow) October 4, 1950, p. 17-21.. (2157)


In
(2154)




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