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.-SOVIET


VMILIOGRA PTHV OOM


BIBLIOGRAPHY


BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 5040
December 6, 1950


S. ; DEPARTMENT OF STATE
DIVISION OF LIBRARY AND REFERENCE
SWASHINGTON, D. C.


SERVICES


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FOREWORD


The fortnightly Soviet Bibli omraDby is an attempt to list on a current

'basis the most significant published materials having to do with the Soriet

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

niteri'ls available in the central collection of the Department of State

but also includes publications in other libraries of the Washington area.

GOly 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 loc~n any of the items listed in this Bibliography, Applications may be

made to the Circulation Section, LR Room 202, State Annex t1, or call

Republic 5600- extension 3363








SOVIET BIBLIOGRAPHY


AGRICULTURE


BAYKOV, ALEXANDER- Agricultural development in the U.S SSR. 'n
Bulletins on Soviet economic development (Birmingham, Eng,) December
1949, Bulletin 2, p. 1-27. (2257)
Contents.- The maie, problems and trends of agriculture since
the Revolution of 1917- Agricultural development during war -
time; Post-war plans for the restoration and development of
agriculture, Current measures and actual development of
agriculture


SOVIET IRRIGATION plans
441,.


In World today (London) October 1950, 6a434-
(22581


ARMED FORCES


GARTHOFF, RAYMOND L, On Soviet military strategy and capabilities.
Tn World politics (New Haven) October 1950. 3 114-129, (2259)
Reviews of LB- Aly a The Red army today, Harrisburg Pa
Military service publishing company, 1949. cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50,17 ~; A, Guillaume's Soviet arms and Soviet
power, Washington Infantry journal press- 1949, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50 3"6; A. Lee s The Soviet air force,
London, Duckworth, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
#50,211,-.


ARMAMENT


KOREA YIELDS a sample of Russian arms, Tn Business week (Albany, N.Y,)
November 18 1950, p- 22-23 (2260)
Comparison of American and Russian tanks and weapons


ARMAMENT WESTERN GERMANY

STATEMENT of the Foreign Ministers of the USSR, Albania Bulgaria-
Czechoslovakia. Poland, Romania, Hungary and the German democratic
republic concerning the decisions of the New York conference of the
three powers on the remilitarization of Western Germany- Tn USSR in-
formation bulletin (Washington) November 7, 1950, 10"666-668 (2261)


RYEIR MS LA


VAKAR, NICHOLAS P


The name white e Russia"


New York- 1949


13p,
(2262)








CHINA EDUCATION


HUNTER, EDWARD, Communist China educates for war. In New leader
(New York) November 13, 1950, 33:6-8, (2263)
Students receive communist indoctrination in their schools.


CHINA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

CHOU, EN-LAI. Consolidate and develop the achievements of the Chinese
people. In Soviet press translations (Seattle) November 1, 1950,
5:$587-597. (2264)
From Pravda, October 1, 1950-


CHINA SOCIETIES AND INSTITUTIONS

CHENG, C. K, The Sino-Soviet friendship association, Th People's
China (Peiping) November 1, 1950, 2,27, (2265)


CHURCH AND STATE EAST GERMANY


PIPER, OTTO A- The church in Soviet Germany
(Chicago) November 22, 1950, 67.-186-388,


In Christian century
(2266)


CIVIL WAR 1919-1920


WOLFE, BERTRAM D, The influence of early military decisions upon the
national structure of the Soviet Union, In American Slavic and East
European review (New York) October 1950, 97169-179, (2267)


COGfMNISM


HILON, FRANK
views (London)


How real socialism was established.
November 4, 1950, 30x519-521,


In World news and
(2268)


MAHON, JOHN- Lenin:s "left-wing communism".
(London) November 4,1950, 30.525-527.


In World news and views
(2269)


COMMUNISM YUGOSLAVIA


STRAUSZ-HUPE, ROBERT., Yugoslavia-Marx without Stalin,
history (Philadelphia) November 1950, 19.267-270
Reexamination of Yugoslav communist ideology,


In Current
(2270)








CZECHOSLOVAKIA LABOR


INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS in Czechoslovakia, In World today (London)
October 1950, 6:423-433,~ (2271)
Content, Manpower shortage; Low labour productivity; Shock-
work; Wages policy; The trade unions; Youth; Intelligentsia.


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

CHARIKOV, I, The struggle between the old and the new in the develop-
ment of Soviet society, In Communist review (Sydney) October 1950,
p, 304-310 (2272)

FULBRIGHT, A. S,, How people live in the Soviet Union,. In Political
affairs (New York) November 1950, 29:70-84, (2273)
Partial contents: The standard of living of the Soviet
citizen; War damage and postwar plan; British delegation
findings; Working conditions. To be concluded in the next
issue,

GROWING MIGHT of the land of peace and socialism, J New times
(Moscow) November 1, 1950, p. 1-3, (2274)

LINDEMAN, KELVIN. My sentimental journey, In Freedom and union
(Washington) November 1950, 5:22-23, (2275)
Present-day life in the USSR is described by a member of a
cultural delegation from Scandinavia,

PRITT, D. N, The truth about U.S.S.R. In Labour monthly (London)
November 1950, 32:493-506, (2276)

SCOTTISH LEAGUE for European freedom. Economic and military strength
and weakness of red Russia and the independence movements in the USSR,
Edinburgh, 1950. 16p, (Today's world handbooks of current foreign
affairs no, 1) (2277)

THE SIXTEEN REPUBLICS of the Soviet Union. London, Soviet news, 1950,
96p, (2278)
Describes the natural resources and the economic and cultural
life of the 16 Republics.

STEVENS, EDMUND. This is Russia; uncensored., New York, Didier, 1950,
200p:, (2279)
See also Soviet Bibliography #50,26:5 for reference to pre-
liminary edition,


ECONOMIC PJQLIGQ

LADYGIN, S. The Soviet people confidently tread the path of peace and
construction, In USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 7.
1950, 10:651-653. (2280)







ECONOMICS


ALEKEYEV, A. and I, Kosodoyev. Concerning serious errors in books on
the theory and history of economic crises. In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 4, 1950, 2:16-18, (2281)
From Pravda, September 29, Translation of complete text,
Economists assailed for treatment of capitalist crises.


FINANCE

BA7KOV, ALEXANDER. Financial developments in the U.S.S.R. In
Bulletins on Soviet economic development (Birmingham, Eng.) August 1950
Bulletin 3, pc 1-23, (2282)
Contents: Main pre-war characteristics of the Soviet
financial system and developments; Finance in wartime; Post-
war financial development.


FOREIGN RELATIONS


CORT, DAVID. Russia without mystery, In United Nations world
(New York) October 1950, 4:30-32.
Russia's treatment of foreign envoys and of foreigners
through the ages,

RAYMOND, ELLSWORTH. Does Stalin want peace? J United Nations
(New York) October 1950, 4:17-19,
Probable goals of Stalin's foreign policy.


(2283)



world
(2284)


RUBINSTEIN, N,: Soviet foreign policy is policy of peace and people's
friendship. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 7
1950, 10:654-656. (2285)


FOREIGN RELATIONS CHINA

WHITING, ALLEN S. Review of M, N. Pavlovsky: Chinese-Russian relations,
New York, Philosophical library, 1949, In American Slavic and East
European review (New York) October 1950, 9:222-224, (2286)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.14:6,


WING MAH, N, Sino-Soviet relations in retrospect,
(New York) October 1950, 9:267-274,


In Russian review
(2287)


WU, AITCHEN K. China and the Soviet Union-a study of Sino-Soviet re-
lations, London, Methuen, 1950. 434p. (2288)


FOREIGN RELATIONS JAPAN


LENSEN, GEORGE A. Early Russo-Japanese relations.
quarterly (New York) November 1950, 10:3-37.


In Far Eastern
(2289)









AISTYNE. IICLHARD W. VAI The United t..: and Russia in World war II.
h Current history (Phila.elpphia) Novermbr 1950, 19:257-260. (2290)
To be concluded.

CONG0ESS. HOUSE. Coimni:ttee on foreign affairs. Background information
on the Soviet Union in international relations, Report of the Committee
on foreign affairs pursuant to 11. Res. 206, Washington, 1950, 54p.
(81st Congress, 26 session, 1950. House. Report 3135) (2291)

RUSSIA liaCNOUVIES! 3pec1tator (London) October 27, 1950, p. 410o
(2292)
U ISR's foreign policy in regard to the United States,

WHY DO W;E DO everything we can to help Stalin? In Russia (New York)
October 1950, 7:8-9. (2293)
National economic council criticizes the United States policy
toward Russia,

I CRta .J .iAd'- L TGO .-"IA

ABRSTRONG, IAILTOcN F. Tito and Goliath. New York, Macirillan, 1950.
(2294/)
An analysis of the struggle between Tito and Stalin and its
significance,


i-NmGARY POLITICAL FPJETTRATION

KERTSZ, ,STEPIIN D, The methods of coi"Munist conquests: Hungary 1944-
1947, World politics (Ne-. Haven) October 1950, 3:21-54, (2295)

fflNUARiY ,,ru^(.:tLLJiiD !1 'i .!:

-'i." of N. Sineviro.3y's i3 ersh, New York, Holt, 1950. TI Ukrainian
bulletin (New York) November 15, 1950, 3:2, (2296)
Cited in Soviet Bibliogra hy /50).396.


JAPAN ESPIONAGE

WALKER, GORDON. Russia's busiest spy nest. In Collier's (iew York)
December 2, 1950, 126:18-19-. (2297)
Soviet intelligence agents in Japan, aided by Japanese
com rnists, endanger oir security.

KOREA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

STRONG, ANNA L. Inside North Korea. Nontrose, Calif,, 1950. 44p.
(2298)










COMMUNIST ENIGMA. In Spectator (London) November 10 1950, p,. 452-
453, (2299)


DUNCAN, CONSTANCE- Korea-source of conflict,
(Sydney) September 1950, 4/+147-161.


ISAACS, HAROLD R-
December 12- 1950,
International
Korea,


In Australian outlook
(2300)


Yalu river or Rubicon? In Reporter (New York)
3 o6-8
implications of the present situation in North


KEY TO CONFLICT... and its significance. Tn Newsweek (New York)
November 20, 1950, 36z36-37.
The causes and the significance of the conflict in Korea-


(2301)




(2302)


KIM IL SUNG'S STATEMENT and other events.
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich..) November


In Current digest of the
4, 1950, 2:18-21-4, (2303)


LATVIA POLITICAL PERSECUTION

PURGE of the government apparatus. Tn Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) October 31, 1950, 4:248-250 (2304)


LITERATURE

BROWN, DEMING. Review of Marc Slonim- The epic of Russian literature;
from its origins through Tolstoy, New York, Oxford university press-
1949. In American Slavic and East European review (New York) October
1950, 9''227-229 (2305)
Cited in Soviet Bibliography #50-19*9.


FENG, HSUEH-FENG Lu Hsun and Russian literature I
(Peiping) November 1, 1950, 2:12-14-i-.

HEMMINGS, F- W The Russian novel in France,3884-1914.
Oxford university press, 1950 250p.


1 People's China
(2306)


London,


(2307)


LITHUANIA


NYUNKA, V- On certain errors in the book 'Soviet Lithuania, .n
Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich ) November 11, 1950-
2.:5--6. (2308)
From Kultura i zhizn, September 30. Translation of complete
text. Y. Paletskis' book "Soviet Lithuania" criticized.








MARSHALL PLATN
r KASHK-AROV --


KASHKAROV, A,
times (Moscow)


MOVI NG PICTT.11RF


The Marshall plan and the rearmaiment drive
November 1 1950. p 10--16


o. New
2309'


EISENSTEIN, SERGET. The Soviet cinema
'"J Y'-. .- k November 1950 3' !>26 -36


T, i.":-'.. aDnd mainst rea ,"
f2310


WETH, ALEXANDER
November 9 1950


Russian rmsic for the people
44 494. 495


In Listener (Lon.don)
(2311


NAT r, TNiAT, .RACTERTISTITS


BARNES, JOSEPH- American engineer in Soviet RBasia. n New republic
(New York) November 20 1950, 123 18-19 C(2312)t
Review of W. A, Wood.s Our ally- the people or Russia,
New York- Scribner. 1950 cited in Soviet Bibliography
#50 38 :8.

GOdLUMAN, TRBVTING Psychiatric interpretation of Russian history, a reply
to Geoffrey Gorer. Tn American Slavic and East European review
(New York) October 1950 9-151-161 2313y


BATVBIRD UNIVERSITY
ethnography of the
by P, B, Shimkin..


Russian research center Contributions on the
U. S-S-R to the "New Century cyclopedia of names"
Cambridge, iMass 1949 31p. 2314)


PEA CF


GALLACHER, WILLIAM.. IWhy the Soviet Union fights for peace
news and views (London) November 4 1950, 30 .521~522-


Tn World
'2315)


'<'OUTY77, B. L, The .t-;ule for peace--mighty movement of modern times.
T i; r'ni digest of the Soviet press (Ann uArbor Mich November 4.
1950, 2.3-8 2316
Abridged translation of text from Voprosy filoscfii, no- .
1950 The article presents the Russian point of view on the
onlikeli.hood of war.







ON AVERTING THREATS of the new war and on consolidating peace and security
of nations. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 7
1950, 10:669-681 2317)
Text of a speech by A. Y, Vyshinsky, October 23, 1950, before
the Political committee of the General Assembly of the United
Nations


RUBENSTEIN, N
weekly (London)


Thirty-three years of struggle against war,
November 9. 1950, p. 2,


THE SECOND U.S.SR. conference for peace. Moscow, October 16-18, 1950,
n New times supplement (Moscow) November 1, 1950, no. 44, p- 1-56-
(2319)
See also New times (Moscow) October 25, 1950, p. 1-3.


SOVIET UNION fights for peace at every United Nations meeting.
Soviet weekly (London) November 9, 1950, p. 3:


(2320)
'--(2320)


TIKHONOV, N S The Soviet people in the struggle for peace, against
instigators of a new war. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
November 7, 1950, 10,685-688, (2321)

VISHINSKYTS SPEECH,- I Current history (Philadelphia) November 1950,
19-297-303: (2322)
Entitled "For peace and security of the peoples against the
threat of a new war". Reply on October 10 to Secretary of
State Acheson's speech of September 20. See also New times
supplement (Moscow) October 11, 1950, no, 41, p: 1-16,


PERSONALITIES BUDENNY

OUT OF THE NAPHTHALENE


In Time (Chicago) November 20- 1950, 56,36,
(2323)


Reappearance of Marshal Seiaen j3udenny, hero of the civil
war of 1918-1921.


PERSONALITIES TOLSTOY

FEDOTOFF WHITE, D, An aristocrat at Stalin's court In American
Slavic and East European review (New York) October 1950, 9t207-217.
(2324)

PHILOLOGY

CHANGES IN TEACHING linguistics and history- In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich,) November 11, 1950; 2t9-1, (2325)


In Soviet
(2318)








TOPCHIYEV, A, V, J, V Stalin on problems of linguistics and the tapks
of the US.-S R. academy of sciences, In Current digest of the Soviet
press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 11 1I50, 2c7-9 (2326)
From Herald of the USSR academy of sciences, uly published
in September 1950. Abridged translation of text, For other
reports of the linguistics discussion, see Soviet Biblio-
graphies #50 30,11; 31l12, 31?13; 32:11; 33tl1; 34 8-


POLITICAL PENETRATION GERMANY


ATTWOOD, WILLIAM and S. Freidin.
Stalin I'n Collier s (New York)


The Nazis march again-this time
November 25, 1950, 126!'22-23.-


POLITICAL PERSECUTION


CIANFARRA, CAMILLE M. The Vatican and the Kremlin, New York.
Dutton. 1950,, 258p
Communist persecution of the Catholic church since World War
11 in Europe,,


POLITICAL SCTENCr

DVOICHENKO-MARKOV, EUEROSINA. Jefferson and the Russian Decembrists,
Tn American Slavic and East European review (New York) October 1950.
9T162-168 (2329)
Influence of Thomas Jefferson's political theories upon the
Decembrists.


POLITICAL SCIENCE SATELLITE STATES


SCHMIDT, DANA A, Ideas the iron curtain cannot keep out.
times magazine section (New York) October 22; 1950; p, 9"-.
How western liberal traditions seep through to Soviet
satellites,


In New York
(2330)


POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT


CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM H.., A scholar views the Soviet carnage, In New
leader (New York) November 13 1950, 33-24-25, (2331)
Review of B- Moore's Soviet politics-dilemma of power,
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50 36-9-


for
(2327)


(2328)








POWER PLANTS


AUTHORITIES WRITE about the reclamation projects
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich ) November 4,
Description and plans of hydraulic systems,
electrical development schemes in Russia.


In Current digest of
1950, 2;8-15, (2332)
adopted for hydro-


PRISONERS.QF WAR. GERMAN

GERMANY, Memorandum of the government of the Federal Republic Germany
on the retention of German prisoners of war by the Union of Socialist
Soviet Republics. Bonn, 1950. lp. (2333)


PROPAGANDA


READING BETWEEN THE LIES! the anti-Soviet experts.,
stream (New York) November 1950, 3.46-60.

SOVIET RADIO propaganda on the Far East Tn Worl(
October 1950, 6"434-.441


Tn Masses and main-
(2334)

i today (London)
(2335)


RAILROADS


HUNTER, HOLLAND- Soviet railroads since 1940, In Bulletins on Soviet
economic development (Birmingham, Eng..) September 1950, p, 10-20-
(2336)


REFUGEES


DALLIN, DAVID ;. Soviet slaves speak out Tn New leader (New York)
November 13, 1950, 33!11 (2337)
See also the publication entitled The Challenge, published
by former prisoners of Soviet labor camps, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.37'8.


SATE LIT)ESTATES,


AMERICAN ACADEMY of political and social science Philadelphia,
Moscow's European satellites- Philadelphia, 1950 253p, (Annals,
v. 271, September 1950) (2338)


SCIENCE


SHULMAN, IRWIN 1- l- Anything in Russ:a.
November 13, 1950; 1,.114-:115.


T1 Frseman (Concord, NH,)
(2339)








SLAVS CTVTLIZATmw9-

MEHNERT, KIATU, Sr1'vey of Slavic and East E.oe- studies in Grmani--
since 1945,- 7n American Slavic ansd Eat European review (New Yorki
October 1950 .,191-Q06 (2340)
Contents.. History; Slavic studies; Theology and church history;
Philosophy,; *-,veir-nrient and .law Geography; Ethnology; History
of art.


TFCHNOTQLC


GT. BRIT. Dept- of scientific and industrial xsseaxoh,
contents lists of FP R -'e 3 periodicals. London, 1950.-


Translated
monthly (2341)


FRPTT'?RT L EYa PI.J 1C.?IT


PRESTON, THOMS FLus:isia seen at first .-hand the Soviet method of ex-
pansion the various lands .nnexsd since the First world war., n
GommonweaLth and empire review (tLondon) October 1950, p 20-25 (2342)


THAT R


HUNKIN, ELIZABETH, Moscow entertainments
October 27- 1950 p. 414


JIn Spectator (Tc r.rj' i
(2343)


STUDY THE TLFG?;c: of K. S Stanislavsky profoundly and develop it
creatively 'n -0-Mrent digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich,)
November 11, 1950 2,3-4- (2344)
From Sovetskoye iskasstvo, August 22. Complete text. To be
continued,


TRADE UNIONS


SOLOVIEV, L. Soviet -rade unions in the fight for peace
trade union movement (Faris) October 20- 1950, p 5-8


In World
(2345)


TURKEY POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

ELLIS, ELLEN D Turkey looks toward the West Tn Current history
(Philadelphia) November 1.950, 19 282-286, (2346)
Turkey's western orientation to counteract Russian influences.








UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS

BERKUTOV, N. The situation in the United Nations, In New times
(Moscow) November 1, 1950, p, 6-10. (2347)


U.S ARMED FORCES

LUKACS, JOHN A. The inter-service dispute viewed with European eyes.
In United States naval institute Proceedings (Menasha, Wis, November
1950, 76:1237-1247, (2348)
United States defenses in the light of possible war with the
USSR-


U2SL, SCIENCE

RUBINSTEIN, M. The State department and science. Tn New times(Moscow)
November 15, 1950, p. 9-12.,, (2349)


WAR POTENTIAL

ANDERSON, BERN, Russia s new kind of war In United States naval
institute. Proceedings N(enasha, Wis ) November 1950, 76.'1171-1181
(2350)
Russia s unconventional methods of waging war.

HAS STALIN been stopped? Europe believes Soviet t.ill not fight now.
In U,S. news and world report (Washington) November 17 1950, 29:25-
(2351)

WORLD WAR III has it begun? Six conflicts add up to big one. Tn U,S
news and world report 'Washington) November 17, 1950, 291l.-1~3, -(2352)
United States and Russia have already ..-'h.ior.ol:Te._' c'".. '.
opposite sides in wars in Greece :,..do-China, Malaya, China,
Korea and Philippines


WORLD WARa, 122-:512 EVACUATION OF CIVILIANS

LEITCH, DONALD G Soviet housing administration and the wartime
evacuation, In American Slavic and East European review (New York)
October 1950 9180-190. (2353)


YOUTH

FRISCH, EDWARD A generation of Soviet youth.. In Political affairs
(New York) November 1, 1950, 29 85-95 (2354)




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