Since the Hoover Institution’s founding, researchers have published thousands of books using collections from the Library & Archives. Recent titles are listed below.
Stanford historian Robert D. Crews traces the roots of Afghan globalism, featuring the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan Issuances and the Delmas H. Nucker papers held at Hoover Archives.
Featuring Hoover’s Archives of the Soviet Communist Party and Soviet State Microfilm Collection, this book revisits the “Gulag Archipelago” through the lens of Vorkuta.
This young adult book, featuring Hoover’s Russian Pictorial Collection, introduces high school students to the Romanov family.
Featuring Hoover’s Polish Information Center Records, Stanislaw Mikolajczyk Papers, Stefan Korbonski Papers, and Poland Ambasada United States Records, this book examines what Allied forces knew about Auschwitz during World War II.
This “compelling portrait of the doomed grand duchesses,” features excerpts from Hoover’s Ekaterina Erastovna Zborovskaia letters, the Alexandre Georgievich Tarsaidze Papers and the Princess Barbara Dolgorouky Memoirs