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Directory of Soviet officials
by National Foreign Assessment Center, Document Expediting (DOCEX) Project, Exchange and Gift Division, Library of Congress [distributor] in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
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This compact and well-written book from Soviet historian Peter Kenez is an excellent short history of the Soviet Union. Perhaps the most welcome aspect of Kenez's book is his willingess to acknowledge the centrality of ideological considerations in shaping both the views and policies of the USSR's Marxist by: About the Book. In April of the city of Sverdlovsk in Russia's Ural Mountains was struck by a frightening anthrax epidemic. Official Soviet documents reported sixty-four human deaths resulting from the ingestion of tainted meat sold on the black market, but U.S. intelligence sources implied a different story, and the lack of documentation left unresolved questions.
Decades after deadly lab accident, a secret Russian bioweapon decoded Scientists now have a way to track killer anthrax, but more weapons likely lie in wait. Beth Mole - . Soviet disarmament policy, ; an annotated bibliography of Soviet and Western sources, compiled with an introd. by Walter C. Clemens, Jr. -- Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University,
But former Russian president Boris Yeltsin confirmed the existence of a secret Soviet program to top U.S. officials in the early s, and since then, defectors, former Soviet scientists, U.S. The Cuban Missile Crisis had just ended, with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev’s promise to President John F. Kennedy on Oct. 28 that he was withdrawing his strategic nuclear weapons from.
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A Biographical Directory of One Hundred Leading Soviet Officials [Alexander Rahr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The ranks reflect Soviet nomenclature rather than US military equivalents, and Russian terms are included in the key. An alphabetical name index will be found on page This publication supersedes Directory of USSR Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Officials A (CR)August (shelved 2 times as soviet-history) avg rating — 16, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
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American publishers are again receptive to publishing such books, industry officials say, because of the changes in the Soviet Union fostered by the glasnost, or openness, policies of Mikhail S. The Institute of Party History of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Estonia (Estonian: Eestimaa Kommunistliku Partei Keskkomitee Partei Ajaloo Instituut) was a research body in the Estonian SSR, managed under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Estonia.
Founded inthe institute functioned as the republic-level branch of the Marx–Engels–Lenin Institute of the. The "Biographic Directory of the USSR" contains more than 2, biographies of living persons from every branch of Soviet activity -- political, educational, religious, scientific, economic and cultural.
It is intended to be used as a handy reference work for journalists, radio and television commentators and students of Soviet affairs. Forty years ago next week marked a historic point in Soviet-American relations. OnPresident Richard Nixon landed in Moscow for an unprecedented week-long summit with Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, Premier Alexei Kosygin and other Soviet officials that culminated in the SALT I Treaty and marked the height of the détente era.
History. It was originally established on 8 December as the People's Commissariat of Defence Industry of the USSR on the basis of the People's Commissariat of Heavy Industry of the USSR.
On 11 Januarya decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR divided the People's Commissariat of Defence Industry of into four departments: the People's Commissariat of Aviation.
Strictly speaking, it depends on what you mean by "luxury". The Soviet Union had serious difficulties supplying its citizens with consumer goods, especially those that had to be imported (imports were limited, and domestic substitutes were rare a.
National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.): Directory of Soviet officials. ([Washington, D.C.]: The Center: Document Expediting (DOCEX) Project, Exchange and Gift Division, Library of Congress, [distributor] ; Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service, [distributor, ), also by United States Central Intelligence Agency.
And the leader of this invasion, Vyacheslav Ustinov, a roving Soviet ambassador, was squired around town by grinning government officials and fawned over by local reporters like a Hollywood star.
Induring one of the harshest periods of the Cold War, Soviet agents secretly photographed one of America's most well-known journalists engaging in a homosexual act in a Moscow hotel room.
Read more about this on Questia. Russia, officially the Russian Federation, Rus. Rossiya, republic ( est. pop. ,), 6, sq mi (17, sq km). The country is bounded by Norway and Finland in the northwest; by Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, and Ukraine in the west; by Georgia and Azerbaijan in the southwest; and by Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and China along the southern land border.
The topic of defection is taboo in the USSR, and the Soviets, are anxious to silence, downplay, or distort every case of defection. Surprisingly, Vladislav Krasnov reports, the free world has often played along with these Soviet efforts by treating defection primarily as a secretive matter best left to bureaucrats.
As a result, defectors' human rights have sometimes been violated, and U.S 5/5(1). In this collection of Government Directories & Organizations, you will find some volumes of the United States Code (USC) Title 5, Government Organizations and Employees, Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance and editions, updated editions of the Official Congressional Directory, U.S.
Senate Telephone Directory, U.S. House of Representatives Telephone Directory. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was well known for its censorship of literature and art. While political expression opposing those in power had been going on since at least the s, during the reign of the tsars, it wasn’t until the Russian Revolution in that a severe crackdown on books, art, and music began.bolshoy sovetskoy entsiklopedii, 1 (Year book of the Large Soviet Encyclopedia, ); Who's Who in the USSR, and Who's Who in the USSR,published by Scarecrow (), and Intercontinental Book Publishing ().
Various editions of the U.S. State Department's Directory of Soviet Officials also were helpful.