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SOVIET IIOGRAPHY ROOM
BIBLIQGRAPHY No. 50.39
November 22, 1950
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
OF LIBRARY AND REFERENCE SERVICES
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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 includes 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
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.
CAIN, CHARLES W. Russia builds a transport.
In Flying (Chicago) December
ARMED FORCES BALTIC
MILITARY iMVEMENTS in the summer of 1950. In Newsletter from behind
iron curtain (Stockholm) October 10, 1950, 4:228-229.
Troop movements and maneuvers in Baltic states with possible
design upon East Prussia.
ARMED FORCES POLAND
MILITARY situation. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stockholm)
October 10, 1950, 4:230. (2160)
Soviet garrisons are increasing in western Poland.
MILITARY TRAINING. In Newsweek (New York) September 4, 1950, 36:20-23.
A description of the two years' basic training received by con- (216)
scripts into the Russian arqy.
PIPES, RICHARD E. The first experiment in Soviet national policy; the
Bashkir republic, 1917-1920. In Russian review (New York) October 1950,
BULGARIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
SHAVROV, Y. Bulgaria's economy flourishes with generous Soviet aid.
USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 13, 150, 10:606-608.
CARTER, DYSON. America's northern neighbor. In New times (Moscow)
October 18, 1950, p. 16-19.
CHINA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
ALEXANDROV, I. People's China marks first anniversary
successes. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
First anniversary October 1, 1949.
October 27, 1950,
CITIES AND TOWNS
PARKER, RALPH. Soviet village-cities,
November 1950, 18:20-21.
Experiment in planned communities in
In Soviet Russia today (New York)
KINTNER, WILLIAM R. The front is everywhere; militant communism in action.
Norman, University of Oklahoma press, 1950. 274p. (2167)
KRAVCHENKO versus MEscow. The report of the famous Paris case. London,
Wingate, 1950. 253p. (2168)
THE MOTIVE FORCES of Soviet society. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:596-598.
Treasury of Marxism-Leninism.
October 13, 1950, 10:598-599.
In USSR information bulletin
ON THE PEOPLE'S DEMOCRACY in China. In Soviet press translations (Seattle)
October 15, 1950, 5:563-567. (2171)
Answers to readers' questions from Pravda, September 23, 1950.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
BASS, CHARLOTTA. They work for peace not war. In Soviet Russia today
(New York) November 1950, 18:19+. (2172)
Russian economy declared not predicated on imminence of another
BIRMINGHAM. UNIVERSITY. Department of economics and institutions of the
U.S.S.R. Bulletins on Soviet economic development. Birmingham, Eng.,
1949- irregular (2173)
PRITT, D. N. A new peaceful civilization.
(New York) November 1950, 18:10-114-.
In Soviet Russia today
SOVIET WORKERS "infinitely better fed than ours" say British visitors, In
Soviet weekly (London) October 19, 1950, p. 14-. (2175)
British women's impressions of the life of the working people
TAJIK, UZBEK, AND TURKMEN republics mark anniversaries. In USSR informa-
tion bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950, 10:623-629. (2176)
Tajik formed as an autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic October
14, 1924, Turkmen, October 27, 1924, and Uzbek, October 27,
WE SAW the creative labor of the Soviet people.
bulletin (Washington) October 13, 1950, 10:605.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS NORTH AFRICA
In USSR information
IN NORTH AFRICA today.
In New times (Moscow) October 18, 1950, p. 28-32.
HARRIS, SEYMOUR E. and W. S. Woytinsky.
New leader (New York) October 21, 1950,
Discussion of whether Russia can be
Planning and the U.S.S.R.
cited as an example of
SCHOLZ, KARL, Russia's economic strength today.
(New York) November 13,1950, 123:14-16.
In New republic
SCOTT, DAVID. Ruble revaluation and Soviet trade control of communist
world: growing multilateral trade behind iron curtain cuts need for trade
with West. I Export trade and shipper 'New York) September 25, 1950,
p. 5-7. (2181)
USoS.R~: large kolkhoz movement in Estonia.
iron curtain (Stockholm) September 12, 1950,
In Newsletter from behind the
ESTONIA .- COURTS
SPECIAL TRIBUNALS, In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stockholm)
October 17, 1950, 4:234-235. (2183)
New courts established in Estonia to combat disaffection.
LINDLEY, ERNEST K. Yalta and Korea. In Newsweek (New York) October 30,
1950, 36:22,. (2184)
Charges Russian breach of Yalta agreements on Far East.
FINLAND ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
ZASLAVSKY, Do Our northern neighbor. In New times (Moscow) October 25,
1950, po 21-25. (2185)
Present day political and economic currents.
SMOGORZEWSKI, K. M. Peace or war? In Nineteenth century and after
(London) November 1950, 148:283-293. .(2186)
Author states World war III is not inevitable.
FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA
WU, AITCHEN Ko China and the Soviet Union; a study of Sino-Soviet relations.
London, Methuen, 1950. 434p. (2187)
FOREIGN RELATIONS US.
DULIJES, F. R. Our pre-Bolshevik influence. In Saturday review of
literature (New York) November 11, 1950, 33:19. (2188)
Review of N. M. Laserson's The American impact on Russia: diploma-
tic and ideological, 1784-1917, New York, Macmillan, 1950, cited
in Soviet Bibliography #50.37:3.
SOVIET ACTIVITIES on coast. In United Nations world (New York) August 1950,
Shipbuilding and fortifications along the Baltic coast.
ROUCEK, JOSEPH S. Geopolitics of the U.S.S.R. In American journal of
economic and sociology (Lancaster, Pa.) October 1950, 10:17-26. (2190)
To be continued.
A DEMOCRATIC PROGRAM for the settlement of the German question.
times (Moscow) October 25, 1950, p, 3-5.
KIMCHE, J. Can Germany be defended? In Nineteenth century and after
(London) October 8, 1950, 148:207-216. (2192)
Examination of German vulnerability to Russian invasion from
1914 to the present.
CONFERENCE of the Foreign
times supplement (Moscow)
Regarding revival of
ministers of eight states in Prague,
October 25, 1950, no. 43, p. 1-7.
war industries of West Germany.
GERMgg((ERSgfAN Egg[1 ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
WECHSBERG, JOSEPH. The Russians think itts wonderful.
post (Philadelphia) November 4, 1950, 223:29-.-.
Enthusiasm of Russian soldiers for East Germany,
In Saturday evening
GERMANY (RUSSIAN ZONE ELECTIONS
RUDENKO, V. Elections in democratic Germany. In New times (Moscow)
October 25, 1950, p. 9-11.
CARTER, HENRY. How Soviet rule came to Russia; a factual outline of events
from 1917 to 1941. London, Epworth press, 1950. 16p. (Beckly pamphlet
no, 3) (2196)
DURHAM, JOANNA. Review of W. Nelson: Out of the crocodile's mouth,
Washington, Public affairs press, 1949. In World affairs interpreter
(Los Angeles) Autumn 1950, 21:332;
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.15:13.
HUNGRY UNDERGROUND MOVEMENTS
SINEVIRSKY, NICOLA. Smersh. New York, Holt, 1950. 253p.
Author's experiences as a "Smersh" agent and the information he
imparts about the philosophy and the methods of "Smersh".
BAYKOV, ALEXANDER. Industrial development in the U.S.S.R. In Bulletins
on Soviet economic development (Birmingham, Eng.) May 1949, bulletin 1,
p. 1-26. (2199)
Contents: The main trends of industrial development in the U.S.S.R.
between 1913 and 1940; The effect of World war II on industry; The
aims of the Five-year plan for 1946-1950; Actual post-war industrial
GREEN, L. C. Korea and the United Nations.
October 1950, 4:414-437.
In World affairs (London)
DfLLIN, DAVID J. Kremlin planned Korean atrocities. In New leader
(New York) October 21, 1950, 33:11.
THE FIGHTING for Seoul. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor,
Mi.c.) October 28. 1950, 2:13-16-. (2202)
Coverage of the second battle for Seoul, beginning September 21.
KEARNEY, VINCENT S. Voice in the wilderness. In America (New York)
September 30, 1950, 83:677o
Review of R, T, Oliver's Why war came in.Korea, New York,
Fordham university press, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
LARRABEE, ERIC. Korea: the military lesson. In Harperts (New York)
November 1950, 201:51-57.
Author was a combat intelligence officer in Europe during World
NDSKATOV, P. New cadres of the Soviet working class trained according to
plan. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950, 10.621-
LABOR PARTY, GT. BRIT
LEONIDOV, N. The Margate Labour party conference.
October 18, 1950, p. 11-15.
In New times (Moscow)
BERMAN, HAROLD J. Justice in Russia; an interpretation of Soviet law.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1950. (2207)
Contrast of Soviet law with western legal tradition.
FAROOGI, NASIR A. Vyshinsky's law of the Soviet State. In
horizon (Karachi) June 1950, 3:104-121.
Review of A. Y. Vyshinsky's The law of the Soviet State,
Macmillan, 1948, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50$5.
FISKE, JOHN C. Dostoevskij and the Soviet critics, 1947-1948. n. P.,
1950. p. 42-56, (2209)
Reprint from the American Slavic and East European review
(New York) February 1950, vol. IX.
MOHRENSCHILDT, DIMITRI von. Review of Y. M. Sokolov: Russian folklore,
New York, Macmillan, 1950. In Russian review (New York) October 1950,
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.27:9.
POSIN, J. A. Soviet satire. In Russian review (New York) October 1950,
DOLGOPOLOV, MIKHAIL. People speak through song and dance. In Soviet
weekly (London) October 19, 1950, p. 4. (2212)
BRUUN, GEOFFREY. How the bear ticks. In Saturday review of literature
(New York) November 11, 1950, 33:19. (2213)
Review of G. Gorer and J. Rickman's The people of Great Russia: a
psychological study, London, Cresset press, 1949, cited in Soviet
CLUES TO RUSSIA'S THINKING: what the enemy is saying. In Newsweek
(New York) October 30, 1950, 36:42. (2214)
FISCHER, LOUIS. The price of fear. In Saturday review of literature
(New York) October 7, 1950, p. 21. (2215)
Review of W. A, Wood's Our ally: the people of Russia, New York,
Scribner, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.38:8.
KARPINSKY, ANDRE. Are the Soviets as solid and lasting as they seem to be?
In New York times book review (New York) November 5, 1950, Section 7, p. 5+.
Reviews of G. Gorer and J. Rickman The people of Great Russia; a
psychological study, London, Cresset press, 1949, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.16:8; and W. A. Wood Our ally: the people of
Russia, New York, Scribner, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
BELOFF, NORA, Don't be fooled by peace palaver. In Saturday night
(Toronto) November 7, 1950, 66:10. (2217)
American leaders indicate concern that Russian "peace offensive"
may lull United States into false security.
IN THE VANGUARD of the fight for peace. In USSR information bulletin
(Washington) October 27, 1950, 10:632-634. (2218)
Second Soviet Peace conference, Moscow, October 16-18, 1950.
KIRILIN, I. A program for peace and friendship. In USSR information
bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950, 10:634-635. (2219)
OZEROV, V. Progressive America fights for peace. In New times (ioscow)
October 18, 1950, p. 25-27. (2220)
Circulation of Stockholm peace appeal in the United States.
THE SECOND TU.SS.R. Conference for peace. In New times (Moscow)
1950, p. 1-3.
Held at Moscow October 16-18, 1950.
SNITH, JESSICA. The Soviet struggle for peace.
(New York) November 1950, 18:4-7.
In Soviet Russia today
THE SOVIET struggle for peace 1917-1950. In Soviet Russia today (New York)
November 1950, 18:4-7+-. (2223)
STASSEN TO STALIN. in Newsweek (New York) October 30, 1950, 36:27.
Harold Stassen's proposal to prevail upon Stalin to "stop the
drift of war".
WABD, HARRY F, War or peace -- the basic moral issue. In Soviet Russia
today (New York) November 1950, 18:84-. (2225)
Asserts Russia is spurring other nations toward preserving the
peace of the world.
ROSENTHAL, A. M. Vishinsky; the Kremlin's gremlin.
(New York) November 11, 1950, 126:13-15--.
CONCERNING BASE and superstructure. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 28, 1950, 2:9-13. (2227)
From Pravda, October 5, Complete text. Concerning Stalinls
articles on linguistics.
A SOVIET HISTORY of philosophy.
Washington, Public affairs press, 1950.
POI, TICAL PENETRATION
21, 1950, 3:14-17,
What Russia is after,
In Reporter (New York)
POLITICAL PENETRATION BALTIC
SMOGORZEWSKI, K. 4M The russification of the Baltic states. In World
affairs (London) October 1950, 4:468-481. (2230)
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
BUCK, PHILIP W. and J. W. Masland. The governments of foreign powers.
Rev, ed. New York, Holt, 1950. 948p. (2231)
Partial contents: The USSR and the Bolshevik Revolution, p. 501-
522; The Communist Party in the Soviet Union, p. 523-538; The
Government of the Soviet Union, p. 539-567; Soviet economic
planning and social policy, p. 568-587.
CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM H. A tragic day for all mankind, In New leader
(New York) November 6, 1950, 33:19. (2232)
Laments Bolshevist Revolution of November 7, 1917,
RADITSA, BOGDAN. The Voice and the Yugoslavs. In New leader (New York)
October 21, 1950, 33:12-14, (2233)
Declares Voice of America should be directed against Tito as well
WORTIS, JOSEPH. Soviet psychiatry. Baltimore, Willams, 1950. 314p.
TARSAIDZE, ALEXANDRE. American pioneers in Russian railroad building. In
Russian review (New York) October 1950, 9:286-295. (225)
LEPESHINSKAYA'S DISCOVERIES on the origin of cells. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) October 28, 1950, 2:3-9. (2236)
From Pravda and Izvestia, September 19. Complete text. Implica-
tions for evolution, cancer and virus study.
IRRIGATORS OF KHAKASSIA score victories on the Siberian steppe. In
information bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950, 10:629-630.
Experiment station of irrigated farming in Khakassia-Siberia.
SOCIAL SECURITY under communism. In Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) October 17, 1950, 4:232-233,
MARION, GEORGE. Behind the miracle of Stalingrad.
today (New York) November 1950, 18:12-+.
Reconstruction of a devastated city.
In Soviet Russia
ALEXANDROV, B. Modem Tibet, In Soviet press translations (Seattle)
October 15, 1950, 5:547-563. (2240)
Contents: Anglo-American plans of aggression in the Himalayas;
Natural conditions in Tibet; Main historical facts; Life in
Tibet; The feudal structure; Economic survey; World imperialism
in Tibet; Tibet has been and still remains part of China.
FOREIGN TRADE outlook. In Poland today (New York) November 1950, 5:17.
POLAND: renewed trade agreement with U.S.S.R. In Newsletter from behind
the iron curtain (Stockholm) September 19, 1950, 4:206-207. (2242)
SAILLANT, LOUIS, Champion of the workers' interests. In New times
(lbscow) October 18, 1950, p. 7-10o
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
ACHESON, DEAN. Soviet barriers to peace; recommendations to increase
effectiveness of United Nations. In Vital speeches of the day (New York)
October 15, 1950, 17:11-16. (2244)
Speech delivered before the UN General Assembly, September 20,
HUNTON, ALPHEUS. "For fundamental freedoms for all". In Soviet
today (New York) November 1950, 18:14..
In UN the Soviet Union claims to champion independence of all
MOVE TO UNDERMINE United Nations exposed. In New times (Moscow)
18, 1950, p. 1-3.
Criticism of American position on Korea in UN.
VYSHINSKY, A. Y. For peace and security of the peoples against the threat
of a new war. In Soviet weekly supplement (London) October 19, 1950,
p. 1-8. (2247)
Speech at the meeting of the UN political committee on October
10. See also New times supplement (Moscow) October 18, 1950,
U.S. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
LAPOV, R. Standard of living and standard of lying. In New times
(Moscow) October 25, 1950, p. 11-13.
American people said becoming gradually "impoverished".
U-S. WAR POTENTIAL
OIL: U.S. vs. Russia. In Pathfinder (Chicago) November 1, 1950, 57:46.
New York, Day, 1950.
Review of J. Burnham: The coming defeat of communism,
In Eastern quarterly (London) October 1950, 3:62-
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.19:15.
WORLD WAR DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
CHURCHILL, WINSTON S. Face to face with Stalin. In Life (Chicago)
October 30, 1950, 29:89-90+. (2251)
The first installment was cited in Soviet Bibliography #50,38:5.
BURKOV, BORIS. The young communist league of the Soviet Union.
information bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950, 10:613-615.
SCHECHTER, AMY. Jobs await them all. In Soviet Russia today (New York)
November 1950, 18:16-18. (2253)
Declares Soviet university graduates are not haunted by dread
AGRICULTURE in Yugoslavia; problems of collectivization. In World today
(London) November 1950, 6:469-480. (2254)
Contents: Agricultural problems; Agriculture's demands on
industry; Uneven distribution of population and productivity;
Collectivization and collection; Soviet experience and the
YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
PRASOLOV, S. How Tito's gang exploit the Yugoslav workers. In Soviet
weekly (London) October 19, 1950, p. 3. (2255)
YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
KOSOVIC, S. The Tito clique the enemy of peace and international co-
operation. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) October 27, 1950,
See also New times (Moscow) October 4, 1950, p. 17-21.