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BIBLIOGRAPHY No.. 50.41 .
:December 20, 1950
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DEPARTMENT OF STATE
LIBRARY AND REFERENCE
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.
ANNIVERSARIES AND CELEBRATIONS
TREGUBOV, VLADIMIR. Moscow celebrates holiday of labor and peace. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 24, 1950, 10:698-700.
33rd anniversary of Bolshevist revolution, November 7.
ARMED CONFLICT FAR EAST
WAR III, phase I: Soviet ahead. In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) November 24, 1950, 29:18-19. (2356)
Soviet Russian believed to be winning first phase of Asiatic
ARMED FORCES BALTIC
SUMMER TROOP movements in Baltic States. In Newsletter from behind the
iron curtain (Stockholm) October 1950, 4:228-229. (2357)
CHURCHILL, WINSTON. Living on the atom bomb; the importance of the atom
bomb in Russian hands. In American affairs (New York) October 1950,
Statement in the British House of Commons, London, Summer,
WARTH, ROBERT D. The Russian "enigma": some recent studies by Western
writers. In Journal of modern history (Chicago) December 1950, 22:346-
Summary of recent literature on Russian history.
KARTUN, DEREK. The Soviet role in Bulgaria. In New Central European
observer (London) November 11, 1950, 3:217. (2360)
Russian influence upon Bulgarian industry.
BODDE, DERK. Tolstoy and China. Princeton, Princeton university press,
1950. llOp. (2361)
Influence of Tolstoy's ideas upon Chinese thought.
STALIN, JOSEPH. The national question and Leninism. In Pol:
affairs (New York) November 1950, 29:60-69.
Published in 1949, in Russian, by the Marx-Engels-Lenin
Institute, Moscow, as volume 11 of the Collected works of
J. V. Stalin.
URWIN, E. C. Communism and violence. London, Epworth press
15p. (Beckly pamphlets, no. 4)
TALMADGE, I. D. W. Stalinism without Stalin.
November 20, 1950, 33:6-8.
Tito's brand of communism.
In New leader (New York)
MILITARY AND NAVAL CONTROL by U.S.S.R.
iron curtain (Stockholm) October 1950,
Soviet garrisons being increased in
Lower Silesia and Pomerania.
In Newsletter from behind the
Poland, especially in
DEFENSES WESTERN EUROPE
LIDDELL HART, BASIL H. Defence of the West.
New York, Morrow, 1950.
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
BRITISH WORKERS' delegation to Soviet Russia.
London, 1950. 128p.
Russia with our own eyes.
BULGANIN, N. A. Great advances within the Soviet Union.
and views (London) November 18, 1950, 30:545-548.
In World news
BULGANIN, N. A. Plan targets surpassed. In Soviet weekly (London)
November 16, 1950, p. 1-+. (2369)
BULGANIN, N. A. The thirty-third anniversary of the great October
socialist revolution. In Soviet news (London) November 8, 1950, p. 1-
See also USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 24,
INKELES, ALEX. Social stratification and mobility in the Soviet Union
1940-1950. Cambridge, Mass., 1950. p. 465-479. (2371)
Reprinted from American sociological review, vol. XV, no. 4,
JORRE, GEORGES. The Soviet Union; the land and its people. New York,
Longmans, 1950, 353p. (2372)
Economic expansion of Russia from earliest times.
RESULTS OF FULFILLMENT of the state plan for the third quarter of 1950.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) November 24, 1950, 10:710-
RUSSIA with our own eyes; full report of the British workers' delegation
1950. London, Farleigh press, 1950. 128p. (2374)
Partial contents: Moscow's underground; Education and appren-
ticeship; The U.S.S.R. and religion; The Stalingrad tractor
works; The Stalin auto works; Wages and living standards.
STEVENS, EDMUND, This is Russian uncensored. Introduction by Walter
B. Smith. New York, Didier, 1950. 207p. (2375)
Originally published as series of 44 articles in Christian
science monitor, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.26:5.
THE SOVIET ECONOMY on the 33rd anniversary of the great October social-
ist revolution, In Soviet news (London) November 6, 1950, p. 3-4.
ECONOMIC POLICY SATELLITE STATES
POPOVIC, M, On economic relations among Socialist states. London,
1950. 72p. (2377)
Aspects of the economies of the USSR and its Satellites.
KLEIN, VIOLA. Marriage and the family in Soviet Russia. In Listener
(London) November 16, 1950, 44:537-538. (2378)
DALLIN, DAVID J.
In New leader (New
Stalin also has to make the choice: Asia or Europe?
York) November 27, 1950, 33:14-15. (2379)
QUESTIONS for Stalin. In Economist (London) November 25, 1950, 159:
Reappraisal of Russian foreign policy.
FOREIGN RELATIONS GERMANY
KOCHAN, LIONEL. The Russian road to Rapallo; comment on the treaty of
Rapallo between Germany and Soviet Russia, April 16, 1922. In Soviet
studies (Oxford) October 1950, 49:431-440. (2381)
FOREIGN RELATIONS U. S.
WOLFE, H. C. From czars to commissars. In Saturday review of
literature (New York) November 11, 1950, 33:16.
Review of T. A. Bailey's America faces Russia; Russian-
American relations from early times to our day, Ithaca,
N. Y., Cornell university press, 1950, cited in Soviet
FOREIGN RELATIONS YUGOSLAVIA
CLARION, NICOLAS. Titoism and "Titoslavia"; the divergences between
Russia and Yugoslavia and the effect on the satellite countries. In
South Atlantic (Durham, N. C.) October 1950, 49:431-440. 2383)
GT. BRIT. FOREIGN TRADE SATELLITE STATES
BRITISH TRADE treaties with the Cominform countries.
(London) October 1950, p. 28-32.
In British survey
BELOFF, MAX. The Soviet approach to history.
November 23, 1950, 44:580-581.
In Listener (London)
HISTORY EASTERN EUROPE
The East European revolution.
HUNGRY UNDERGROUND MOVEMENTS
LEHRMAN, HAL. NKVD counter-espionage. In Saturday review of litera-
ture (New York) November 25, 1950, 33:40. (2387)
Review of N. Sinevirsky's Smersh, New York, Holt, 1950,
cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.39:6.
HODGMAN, DONALD R. A new production index for Soviet industry. In
Review of economics and statistics (Cambridge, Mass.) November 1950,
KUBLIN, HYMAN. The Japanese socialists and the Russo-Japanese war.
In Journal of modern history (Chicago) December 1950, 22:322-339. (2389)
History of socialism in Japan and the attitude of Japanese
socialists toward the Russo-Japanese war.
DALLIN, DAVID J. Why Red China intervened. In New leader (New York)
November 20, 1950, 33:14-15. (2390)
DOCUMENTS on Korea. In World trade union movements supplement (Paris)
August-September 1950, no. 8-9, p. 1-16. (2391)
Collection of anti-American documents on Korea.
GUISE, ROBERT. As I see it' Days of decision. In Magazine of Wall
street (New York) November 18, 1950, 87:157. (2392)
Part played by the USSR and communist China in the Korean
MEYER, PETER. The truth about Korea. In New leader (New York)
December 4, 1950, 33:21-22. (2393)
Review of R. T. Oliver's Why war came in Korea, New York,
Fordham university press, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
KOVALEV, NIKOLAI. From steel works to technical institute. In
Soviet weekly (London) November 23, 1950, p. 6, (2394)
Cultivating steel workers' skills.
MIROSHNICHENKO, B, Numerical growth and technical advancement of the
working class of the USSR. In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
November 24, 1950, 10:714-715. (2395)
SOVIET INDUSTRIAL safety program protects worker on job, In USSR in-
formation bulletin (Washington) November 24, 1950, 10:716-717. (2396)
REFORMING the Estonian language.
curtain (Stockholm) November 14,
Infiltration of the language
adaptation of the grammar to
In Newsletter from behind the iron
1950, 4:259-260. (2397)
with Russian words and the
the Russian one.
AMENDMENTS in the constitution. In Newsletter from behind the iron
curtain (Stockholm) November 14, 1950, 4:261-262. (2398)
Changes in the jurisdiction of Latvian courts.
LATVIA RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS
LATVIA'S NATIONAL DAY. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain
(Stockholm) November 14, 1950, 4:260-261. (2399)
Latvia struggling to regain her independence.
BERMAN, HAROLD J, Justice in Russia, an interpretation of Soviet law.
Cambridge, Harvard university press, 1950. 322p. (2400)
CRITICISM AND DISCUSSION in the field of law, In Current digest of the
Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 25, 1950, 2:3-84-. (2401)
STATE AND LAW. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
November 25, 1950, 2:32. (2402)
MORE REFLECTIONS on medical practice.
press (Ann Arbor, Mich,) November 18,
From Literaturnaya gazeta, August
In Current digest of the Soviet
1950, 2:9-12. (2403)
5. Complete text.
LEGAL IMMUNITY of Soviet vessels. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 25, 1950, 2:13-14. (2404)
ANATOMY OF RUSSIAN PEACE move. In United Nations world (New York)
November 1950, 4:33-35. (2405)
ARLUS CONGRESS; Romanian-Soviet friendship association contributes to
fight for peace. In Romanian news (Washington) November 19, 1950,
p. 4. (2406)
Congress held in Bucharest on November 3, 1950.
FADEYEV'S CALL to World peace congress end the burden of the arms race.
In Soviet weekly (London) November 23, 1950, p. 1-F. (2407)
Second World peace congress held in Warsaw November 18, 1950.
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. (2408)
A. Y. Vyshinsky's speech at the United Nations Political
committee on October 10, 1950. See also Soviet Bibliography
FOR PEACE or war. In Newsletter from behind the iron curtain (Stockholm)
November 14, 1950, 4:257-258. (2409)
ILYA, EHRENBURG. War is the act of people-people can prevent war. In
Soviet weekly (London) November 23, 1950, p. 3+. (2410)
Summary of author's speech at the Second World peace con-
gress held in Warsaw on November 18, 1950.
ON ELIMINATING THE DANGER of a new war and strengthening the peace and
security of the nations. In New times supplement (Moscow) November 7,
1950, no. 45, p. 1-17. (2411)
Vyshinsky's speech in the Political committee of the United
Nations General Assembly, October 23, 1950.
POGODIN, N. Soviet delegates to World peace congress speak with the
voice of millions. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) November
24, 1950, 10:708-709. (2412)
THE SOVIET peace campaign. In Eastern economist (New Delhi) December 1,
1950, 15:817. (2413)
SOVIET UNION-standard-bearer of peace, In New times (Moscow) November
7, 1950, p. 3-7. (2414)
RED CHINA'S BOSS is far from a Tito. In Pathfinder (Philadelphia)
November 15, 1950, p. 26-28. (2415)
BELL, DANIEL. On the trail of Posadovsky. In New leader (New York)
November 27, 1950, 33:11-12. (2416)
An attempt to identify the man who once challenged Lenin.
POLAND ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS
AMERICAN VISTOR describes Polish conditions. In Inter-Catholic press
agency (New York) December 6, 1950, 5:8-10. (2417)
DURDENEVSKY, V. The problem of legal status of the polar regions.
In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 18,
1950, 2:6-8. (2418)
From Vestnik,Moskovskovo universiteta, October 1950.
FEDOSYEV, P. Imperialism's ideologists-enemies of peace and progress.
In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich) October 14
1950, 2:11-12. (2419)
From Pravda, September 19, 1950. Abridged translation of
text. Pravda attacks American and British scholars. A
denunciation of the "atom-bomb pessimism" preached by
POLITICAL PENETRATION ASIA
CROCKER, H. E. Russian strategy in Asia; brief review by country of
communist tactics. In Army quarterly (London) October 1950, 61:28-32.
KOHN, HANS. Stalinism; there is the enemy. In New York times book
review (New York) November 26, 1950, section 7, p. 42. (2421)
Review of C. M. Cianfarra's The Vatican and the Kremlin,
New York, Dutton, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
LYNCH, WILLIAM S. The thunder of bulls & encyclicals. In Saturday
review of literature (New York) November 4, 1950, 33:15. (2422)
Review of C. M. Cianfarra's The Vatican and the Kremlin,
New York, Dutton, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
MUHLEN, NORBERT. The underground of fear. In New leader (New York)
December 4, 1950, 33:16-18. (2423)
Russian oppression in Eastern Germany is discussed in the first
five articles on Germany under Stalinist pressure.
Slave labor in Stalin's Russia. Washington, American
1950. 4p. (2424)
from the American federationist, September 1950.
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
SOVIET NEWS, London.
London, 1950. 96p.
The sixteen republics of the Soviet Union.
leader (New York)
Propaganda and the foundations of terror
November 20, 1950, 33:16-18.
the people who are forced to live under
. In New
WHITE, L. European recovery doesn't depend on goods from Soviet slave
camps. In Saturday evening post (Philadelphia) November 11, 1950,
religion in Russia.
Russian nonconformity, the story of "unofficial"
Philadelphia, Westminster press, 1950. 192p.
Survey of Russian Christianity and growth of nonconformists.
CAN RELIGION DIE out by itself under socialism? In Current digest of
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 18, 1950. 2:8-9. (2429)
From Science and life, September 1950. Translation of
RELIGION SATELLITE STATES
LEFEVER, ERNEST. Soviet satellite religion.
(Chicago) December 6, 1950, 67:1450-1451.
In Christian century
KRUSHCHEV, G. A Soviet discovery in biology.
stream (New York) December 1950, 3:42+.
In Masses and main-
PRESTON, THOMAS. Russia seen at first-hand: the Soviet methods of ex-
pansion, the various lands annexed since the first world war. In
Commonwealth and empire review (London) October 1950, p. 20-25. (2432)
STUDY THE LEGACY of K. S. Stanislavsky profoundly and develop it crea-
tively. In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
November 17 1950, 2:3-6. (2433)
From Sovetskoye iskusstvo, August 22. Translation of com-
plete text. To be continued. Part I cited in Soviet
THE DIRECTIVE to attack Tibet. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 18, 1950, 2:6. (2434)
NEWS OF THE Tibetan campaign. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Mich.) November 25, 1950, 2:9. (2435)
UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS
MOSCOW LEARNS a lesson. In Economic weekly (Bombay) October 14, 1950,
Moscow fails to impair the effectiveness of the United Nations.
SPEECH BY A. Y. VYSHINSKY in the U.N. General assembly November 2, 1950.
In Soviet news (London) November 7, 1950, p. 2-5. (2437)
To be continued.
HOW STRONG is Russia? In Time (New York) November 27, 1950, 56:22-25.
YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC POLICY
BEGOVIC, V. Two and a half years (1947-50) of the Five-year plan.
New York, Yugoslav information center, 1950. 15p. (2439)
TITO'S liberalism. In Economist (London) November 25, 1950, 159:890-
Tito's economic policy since the break with the Cominform.
YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
NICHOLSON, JENNY. Tito and the bureaucrats. In Spectator (London)
October 27, 1950, p. 412. (2441)
TITO FEARS two enemies. In Pathfinder (Chicago) November 29, 1950,
Yugoslavia fears hostility of Russia and internal troubles.