Hoover Acquires Valuable Addition to the Papers of Prince Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi
Materials begin with mid-19th century Russian legations in the German states. Others cover major events in the Eurasian heartland: the Russo-Japanese War, First World War, revolution of 1917 and the Russian Civil War, anti-Communist emigration, development of the USSR, Second World War, emergence of the dissident movement, and the collapse of the Soviet Union and development of newly independent states since 1991.
Anatol Shmelev is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Robert Conquest Curator of the Russia and Eurasia Collection at Hoover’s Library & Archives, and the project archivist for its Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Collection. Shmelev’s expertise is in twentie...
The Hoover Institution continues to publish Russian materials from its own collections 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 and Mezhdunarodnyi fond "Demokratiia", both based in Moscow.
Journals and photographs document Easley Jones’ service with the American Red Cross in China, Korea, Japan, and Siberia from 1919 to 1920.
American medical relief in Soviet Russia and Ukraine is the subject of a new exhibition opening September 19 at the Hoover Institution Library & Archives and curated by Hoover research fellow Bertrand Patenaude. It brings to light an American rescue operation during a catastrophic famine a century ago, when food and medical relief were equally critical to saving millions of lives.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives has recently acquired the papers of Brendan Kiernan, a US political scientist and consultant whose research and activities took him to the USSR and Russian Federation in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Scholars, family, and community members gather to reflect on Herbert Hoover’s food and medical relief operations during the 1921–23 famine in Soviet Russia and Ukraine.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives works with the Shadows Project, co-founded by Stanford student to answer the international call of support to protect Ukrainian cultural heritage.
A recent visit to the Ukraine offers a glimpse of collecting materials on war during a time of war and in the digital age of social and political expression.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives has acquired the papers of Boris Pushkarev, the son of prominent Russian émigré historian Sergei Pushkarev.