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The collection of Vladimir Bukovsky at www.bukovsky-archives.net includes digitized documents and English translations from Fond 89, Communist Party of the Soviet Union on Trial records, 1918–1992.
Hoover Archival Documentaries Project
The Hoover Institution Press has been publishing books based on the renowned Russian collection in the Hoover Library and Archives since its inception, featuring works on the Russian Revolution, prison system, and communist regime, especially the Stalin years. As more material from Russian archives has become available in the last few years, Hoover has also been participating in cooperative projects with different Russian publishers: Izdatel'stvo ROSSPEN (Rossiiskaia politicheskaia entsiklopediia) (Russian Political Encyclopedia Press) and Mezhdunarodnyi fond “Demokratiia” (MFD) (International Democracy Fund), both based in Moscow. Important compilers, editors, Russian historians, and archivists are working on these projects. Many books have been published in the last few years, and many projects are forthcoming.
The Melbourne Gateway to Research on Soviet History (MelGROSH) offers extensive data on the complex Soviet political system, and provides computer-generated English translations of its Russian text. Information on repression, demography, economics, and famine continues to be added.