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Guide to the Collections in the Hoover Institution Archives Relating to Imperial Russia, the Russian Revolutions, Civil War, and the First Emigration

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Wednesday, January 1, 1986

This guide includes descriptions of 676 collections pertaining to Russia and the Soviet Union held at the Hoover Institute.

Last Empire: Nationality and the Soviet Future

by Robert Conquestvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Wednesday, January 1, 1986

In these sixteen essays distinguished scholars and thinkers examine the various manifestations of the minority problem in the USSR.

France During the German Occupation, 1940–1944: A Bibliographical Supplement

by Rene De Chambrunvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Wednesday, January 1, 1986

This bibliographical compendium represents the final stage of a long publishing effort initiated in France. La Vie de la France sous l'occupation (1940-1944) was published in 1957 in three volumes by the prominent Parisian publishing house Plon.

The Volga Tatars: A Profile in National Resilience

by Azade-Ayse Rorlichvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Wednesday, January 1, 1986

This is the first Western language study that investigates the history of the Volga Tatars since the Tenth Century A.D. The central theme of the book is the shaping and evolution of the identity of these people, focusing on the history of the first non-Christian and non-Slavic people incorporated into the Russian state.

Solzhenitsyn in Exile: Critical Essays and Documentary Materials

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Tuesday, January 1, 1985

Solzhenitsyn in Exile rises out of the aiding interest in Solzhenitsyn: the political image, the writer, and the man. There are four aspects to this volume: the change in attitude toward Solzhenitsyn in the West after his expulsion from the USSR; literary criticism of his oeuvre since his expulsion from Russia; newly translated memoirs and interviews; and bibliographies of works about Solzhenitsyn and his writings.

Berlin Alert: The Memoirs and Reports of Truman Smith

by Robert Hessenvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1984

In 1940, after the fall of France, Truman Smith and Charles Lindbergh were denounced as Nazi sympathizers and charged with deliberately exaggerating the strength of the Luftwaffe to discourage America from resisting Hitler's demands. 

Lenin and the Twentieth Century

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1984

Bertram D. Wolfe (1896–1977) was one of the foremost American authorities on Soviet history and politics. Several generations of students in dozens of countries have acquired their first understanding of the events and personalities that shaped modern Russia from Wolfe's landmark study, Three Who Made a Revolution. 

Russians and Their Favorite Books

by Klaus Mehnertvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Saturday, January 1, 1983

The fiction that Russian adults read.

Lenin's Legacy: The Story of the CPSU

by Robert Wessonvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1978

This is the third book in a Hoover Institution series on the histories of the sixteen ruling communist parties from their organization to the present time.

The Crimean Tatars

by Alan W. Fishervia Books by Hoover Fellows
Sunday, January 1, 1978

The first in a series of volumes to discuss the history and development of the non-Russian nationalities in the Soviet Union. --"Professor Fisher's excellent book is brief but clear and succinct. It should be required reading for all students of Russian and European History."--Slavic Review

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