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Guide to the Wayne S. Vucinich Papers
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The Wayne S. Vucinich papers include writings, research files, reports, photographs, and other documents related to Vucinich's work.
Wayne S. Vucinich joined the Stanford faculty in the Department of History in 1946, teaching courses on Western civilization and Russian and East European history until 1988. He earned his bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in Slavic languages and history at the University of California-Berkeley. After graduating in 1941 he joined the Office of Strategic Services and served in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1945. Vucinich's many publications include Serbia Between East and West (1954), The Ottoman Empire: Its Record and Legacy (1965), The Peasant in 19th-Century Russia (1968), Contemporary Yugoslavia (1969), Russia and Asia (1972) and Eastern Europe (1973). He died on April 21, 2005.
34 Linear feet (35 boxes)
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