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Relates to cultural conditions in the Soviet Union. Photocopy.
Relates to social, economic, political, and cultural conditions in Russian villages in 1923. Also includes an article by P. Aksenov, entitled How the Village Lives (published in Pravda, 1923)
Relates to the Russian Civil War in Siberia. Published in Russian in .
These papers contain the family files of Elena Iur'evna Iavorskaia, a Russian émigré, who lived in Switzerland after the Russian revolution, and include educational documents, genealogical files, and various certificates.
Relates to military life in the United States Army in the United States and the European Theater during World War II. Includes video tape of interview.
Relates to development of mining and power plants in relation to the war effort.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, financial records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian choirs in the United States.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, testimony, schedules, appointment books, telephone logs, and printed matter, relating to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks and other arms control issues, the 1980 presidential campaign of Ronald Reagan, and American defense policy during the...
The collection is comprised of printed matter relating primarily to the history of Latvia in the 20th century, with a few titles dating from the 1890s. Consisting largely of monographs, pamphlets, and serial issues, the collection contains a considerable number...
Depicts the Caucasus region and the reconstruction of Moscow. Used in a Russian seventh grade class.
Relates to Japanese military activities in Manchuria. From Russian-language newspapers in China.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to plant physiology and to Russian émigré affairs.
Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian émigré affairs, and to accusations of fascism brought against Il'in. Includes posthumous family correspondence relating to Freedom of Information Act inquiries.
Relates to philhellenism in France. Published in the Greek newspaper Embros.
Memoir of conditions in Russia during the Russian Revolution. Published under the same title (New York, 1984).
Personal documents, and photographs, relating to activities of the Soviet secret police in Georgia.
Depicts activities of the British army and navy during World War I, including scenes of the western front, the Middle East, aerial operations, women workers on the home front, and the army of occupation in Germany. Distributed by the Imperial...
Relates to the commercial geography of Georgia.
Testimony of eyewitnesses to the death of Benito Mussolini in 1945, taken by a group of investigators under the direction of Marcello Bonicoli, and issued by Aletti Editore.
Depicts Jawaharlal Nehru, Eleanor Roosevelt, the Indian Embassy in Washington, D.C., and various dignitaries and representatives of other nations.
Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, election campaign literature, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in India, and to elections in India.
Relates to the trials of Indonesian communists and others implicated in the attempted coup of 1965, including Politbureau member Sudisman, Foreign Minister Subandrio, and Air Force Chief of Staff Omar Dhani.
Press releases and newsletters, issued by various agencies of the Dutch and Indonesian governments, relating to the establishment of Indonesian independence, and to Indonesian government, foreign relations, economy, and culture.
Relates to activities of communist, radical and left-wing organizations and individuals in the United States. Includes miscellaneous issues of The International Reports: Early Warning, a related newsletter, and miscellaneous reports of the Maldon Institute, a related organization, 1993-1994, both analyzing...
Memoirs, correspondence, and clippings, relating to the Boxer Rebellion and the siege of Peking (Beijing). Includes papers of Theodora Inglis, wife of J. Inglis. Also includes medals and a printing block.
Orders, reports, memoranda, correspondence, board of inquiry proceedings, and printed matter, relating to American naval operations, and especially to activities of the cruiser Birmingham and other ships in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Photocopy.
The papers contain the American sociologist's materials relating to research on social change in the twentieth century, as well as the promotion of international educational exchanges and intellectual cooperation, especially between the United States and China. Includes documentation associated with...
Relates to communist activities in Indonesia and elsewhere in the Far East.
Relates to the visit of Western scholars to the celebration.
Relates to post-World War II reconstruction of Germany and to the Alsace-Lorraine question.
German antisemitic propaganda, including clippings, leaflets, and posters. Collected by the Institut zum Studium der Judenfrage.
Collection comprised of sound recordings of lectures by various economists and other speakers delivered at the Institute for Humane Studies, relating to laissez-faire economic and political theory; correspondence, memoranda and financial records, relating to production of the festschrift Toward Liberty...
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, proposals, financial records, serial issues, and other printed matter relating to Soviet-American cultural relations, relations between the United States and the successor states to the Soviet Union, and environmental programs in those states.
Relates to the aims and organization of an Institute of Current World Affairs for the study of international relations.
Correspondence, minutes, press releases, financial records, conference proceedings, drafts and printed copies of publications, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to laissez-faire economic theory and associated concepts of liberty, and to analysis of British and international economic policy. Includes personal...
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, studies, and printed matter, relating to the study of political, social, and economic conditions in the Far East and of U.S. foreign policy in the Far East.
Set of classic works of world literature.
Statistical data resulting from various public opinion surveys carried out by social science and public opinion research institutions in Poland, relating to Polish public opinion regarding political, social and economic conditions in Poland. Includes hard copies of explanatory material concerning...
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, reprints, and clippings, relating to economic, social, legal, educational, scientific, and cultural aspects of Pan-American cooperation, and to American foreign policy in Latin America.
Relates to conditions in the chemical industry in Germany.
Reports, bulletins, and minutes of meetings, relating to the promotion of international oceanographic research under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, studies, questionnaires, tests, statistics, financial records, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to comparative education in various countries and to methods of measurement of educational attainment.
Minutes, proceedings, testimony, and reports, relating to the incidence of concentration camps and to conditions prevalent in them, throughout the world, and especially in the Soviet Union.
Report and minutes of meetings, relating to the international peace movement during World War I.
Reports, press releases, and printed matter, relating to the Centenary Congress of the International Red Cross at Geneva.
Relates to the philosophy of history of Eric Voegelin.
Speeches, statements, and communiqués, relating to American involvement with the government of the Shah of Iran, and to American attitudes and actions regarding the post-Shah regime. Includes documents captured from the United States Embassy in Iran. Photocopy.
Relates to the founding of the International Committee of Women for Permanent Peace (later known as the International Congress of Women), and to its efforts to secure a negotiated peace to end World War I.
Relates to the World War I peace settlement, the League of Nations, and the rights of women.
Relates to international legal and technical aspects of computer crime. Includes printed copies of conference papers and sound recordings of proceedings. Conference co-sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.
Reports, studies, conference papers, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to education, rural development, health, and family planning in developing countries.
Drawings and reproductions of photographs, prepared for the International Exhibition of Water Technics held at Liège, Belgium, in 1939, depicting scenes in Liège and illustrating the history of the city.
Resolutions, petitions, statements of delegates, press releases, and leaflets, relating to efforts to secure the legalization of the Solidarnosc trade union in Poland, and to further human rights in Poland and elsewhere in Eastern Europe. Conference sponsored by the Komisja...
Minutes, correspondence, reports, memoranda, studies, questionnaires, curricular material, personnel records, financial records, and printed matter, relating to research in and promotion of educational planning, and training of educational administrators.
Relates to the impact of terrorism on multinational corporations. Sponsored by the University of Akron Law School.
Exhibits, transcripts and summaries of proceedings, summations of counsel, judgments of the tribunal, and indexes, relating to the trials of Japanese officials accused of World War II war crimes.
Testimony and evidence, relating to the trials of alleged German war criminals at Nuremberg.
Depicts delegates to the first and second Hague Peace Conference, 1899-1907. Includes identification chart for the second photograph.
Relates to political behavior and to political problems regarding civil-military relations, technocracy, nuclear administration, and polyethnic states.
Case files, correspondence, reports, memoranda, financial records, personnel records, and statistics, relating to resettlement of refugees and displaced persons, and especially to refugees from Europe after World War II, from the post-World War II communist countries of Eastern Europe, from...
Sound recordings of speeches, relating to revisionist interpretation of various aspects of World War II and of World War II historiography. Conference sponsored by the Institute for Historical Review.
Internal bulletins, minutes, resolutions, reports, and discussion material, relating to socialist political activity in the U.S.
Report of the fifth session.
Statements, memoranda and printed matter, relating to the question of Latvian independence from the Soviet Union. Includes some similar materials from other Soviet republics.
Relates to Metropolitan Gurii of the Russian Orthodox Church and to religious repression in the Soviet Union.
Relates to A. A. Ioffe and his relationship with Leon Trotsky.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, patents, biographical data, and photographs, relating to chemical research in Russia and the Soviet Union, and to Russian émigré affairs.
The collection relates to the Iranian revolution of 1979, subsequent political conditions and civil rights abuses in Iran, the Iran-Iraq War, Iranians in the United States and elsewhere, and American foreign policy toward Iran. It contains correspondence, press releases, appeals,...
Photographs depicting buildings and art objects in Iran.
This collection includes printed matter published by Iranian political opposition groups in exile relating to the social, political, and economic conditions in Iran, Kurdistan, and among Iranian students abroad from just before the Iranian revolution to the years following the...
Pamphlets, leaflets, other printed matter, video tape, and miscellany, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Iran, and especially to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran.
Transcripts of interviews of American diplomats and State Department officials, relating to Iranian-American relations and political and economic conditions in Iran, primarily during the decades of the 1960s and 1970s. Interviews conducted as a project sponsored by the Foundation for...
Relates to the history of Iraq and to political, social, and economic conditions in Iraq. Includes 24 slides of scenes in Iraq.
Reports, leaflets, other printed matter, computer disk, video tape, and miscellany, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Iraq, and to the Gulf War of 1991 and the Iraq War of 2003.
Illustrations from German newspapers, depicting scenes from the first month of World War II, collected by a German student.
Correspondence, reports, financial records, and printed matter, relating to the establishment of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science for the training of scientists and technologists in South Korea, and to assistance provided by the United States Agency for International Development...
Correspondence, reports, dispatches, memoranda, clippings, and photographs, relating to Romanian politics and foreign policy, and to the development of aviation in Romania.
Pamphlets, leaflets, bulletins, election campaign literature, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of twentieth-century Irish history, political conditions in the Irish Republic and in Northern Ireland, and especially to elections and to referenda on and prospects...
Relates to the founding of the American Military Institute to promote the study of American military history.
Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to Herbert Hoover, and to political and social conditions in the U.S. Includes drafts of fictional and other writings by W. H. Irwin, and correspondence with Herbert Hoover.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and to Russian émigré affairs. Includes some papers of Aleksei Leonidovich Isaenko, husband of Evgeniia Isaenko.
Relates to the German occupation of France during World War II.
Electronic bulletins, serial issues, pamphlets, other printed matter, sound recordings, and video tapes, relating to political aspects of Islam in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Pamphlets and brochures, relating to Islam and to Muslims in Europe.
Relates to the Israeli political system and to problems of and the prognosis for democracy in Israel. Conference co-sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace and the Israel-Diaspora Institute.
Pamphlets, leaflets, election campaign literature, other printed matter, and video tape, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Israel, and to elections in Israel.
Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to conditions in Romania, Romanian émigré affairs, the Romanian royal family, and the American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Depicts visit of British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and Foreign Secretary Lord Halifax to Italy in 1939.
Relates to activities of the Markovskii Artillery Brigade during the Russian Civil War. Edited by Colonel Zholondkovskii, Lieutenant Colonel Shcharinskii, and Captain Vinogradov.
Photographs and postcards, depicting activities of the Italian army in World War I, including many scenes of mountain warfare; Woodrow Wilson; and children of the Italian royal family.
Leaflets, pamphlets, campaign literature, propaganda, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of twentieth-century Italian history and politics, and especially to Italian elections of 1976 and after.
Commemorates the activities of the Italian 44th Artillery Regiment in the Italo-Austrian campaign during World War I, 1915-1918.
Correspondence and memoranda, relating to the Munich conference, the outbreak of World War II, and Anglo-Italian relations.
Correspondence and reports, relating to the communist and anarchist movements in Italy.
Minutes, correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, financial records, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to Romanian émigré affairs, Romanian-American relations, and anti-communist movements in the United States. Includes some material relating to the Comitetul Nat,ional Român and the Assembly of...
Relates to N. L. IUnakov's last months in active service, October-December 1917.
Relates to medical and charitable activities in Serbia during the Balkan Wars and World War I.
Writings and miscellany, relating to Russian military activities during World War I and the Russian Civil War. Includes memoirs of S. I. Ver.
Relates to the role of Ladislav Vanek in the assassination of the Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich in Prague in 1942, and to controversy regarding alternative characterizations of Vanek as a loyal member of the Czech underground during World War II...
Newspaper and journal articles, bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, and memoirs, relating to various armed resistance movements within the Soviet Union from 1918 to 1945 against the Soviet government. The bulk of the material relates to the Russkaia Osvoboditel'naia Armiia led...
Writings, correspondence and printed matter, relating to linguistics, the Russian language and literature, and Russian culture.
Relates to the Chinese Eastern Railway, 1898-1930. Translation by Elena Varneck, of excerpts from Manchuria i Manchugo, 1932: Nabliudeniia i Prognozy.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, photocopies of reports and government documents, and computer disks, relating to Poles in the Soviet Union prior to World War II, and to Jewish and Polish resistance activities in Belarus and Poland during World War II.
Correspondence, writings, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to art, the establishment of Polish independence, Ignace Paderwski, and Polish émigré affairs. Includes some later family papers.
Relates to political prisoners in the Soviet Union. Transcript of excerpts from correspondence between two unidentified political prisoners, ca. 1988-1989. Includes editorial commentary.
Relates to the Russian Civil War. Written by a group of White Russian leaders.
Correspondence, memoranda, circulars, internal bulletins, and press releases, relating to political conditions and the status of civil liberties in Chile, and to political activities of Chileans in exile. Photocopy.
Relates to the February Revolution in Petrograd. Includes texts of Russian government decrees, and appeals and resolutions of Russian political groups.