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Diaries 1893-1900, notebooks.
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Manuscript of `Russkoe anarchičeskoe dviženie v Severnoj Amerike'.
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Oral history of the Caucasus Project and in particular Azerbaijan in the period 1988-1991, initiated by BBC and IISH.
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Series of glass sheets (possibly autochromes) on occupational safety and working conditions in the USSR.
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Tekenaar c.q. ontwerper en verzetsstrijder, opgegroeid in een Amsterdams communistisch milieu, en actief binnen en voor de CPN.
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Period 1933-1939
V.M. Bukhshtab was a key figure in Krestianskaia Rossiia and its successor Trudovaia Krestianskaia Partiia. His activities, documented in these papers, were in Prague from 1931 until 1939.
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Period 1862-1910
Nikolaj Vasil’evič Šelgunov (1824-1891) was a prominent public figure and publicist, one of the well-known journalists of his time. Stayed from 1862 for decades in exile because of his revolutionary leaflets; his son Nikolaj Nikolaevič Šelgunov (1864-1909) was at first a progressive soldier but lat...
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Russian ephemera documents like pamphlets and leaflets published in the Russian Federation between 1993-2014.
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Period 1900-1940
Correspondence (mainly received) with Anatole France, Jules Guesde, Jean Jaurès, Karl Kautsky, Georgij Plechanov, Edouard Vaillant, Clara Zetkin and others; correspondence written and received while French correspondent for Izvestija and during the time he was director of Contre la Guerre and Revue...
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Period 1945-2000
Papers of a French anarchist, active in the Organization Révolutionnaire Anarchiste (ORA).
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Documentation (clippings) on youth and rockmusic in the Soviet Union 1986-1992.
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Anarchist, anti-fascist, democratic and left-wing leaflets, periodicals and other publications from St. Petersburg and other cities and regions within the Russian Federation, as well as from other former republics of the Soviet Union; documents on the activities of the St. Petersburg branch of the D...
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Ephemera collection on economic, social en political developments in Soviet Union
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Period 1897-1914
Extensive correspondence between Akimov (Акимов) and Boris N. Kričevskij (Кричевский Борис Николаевич), Vladimir P. Ivanšin (Иваншин Владимир П.), his mother and his sisters Julija P. (Gavenis-) Machnovec (Юлия Петровна (Гавенис) Махновец), Lidija P. Machnovec (pseud. Bruker) (Лидия Петровна Махнов...
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Letters from Peter Kropotkin (Кропоткин Петр) 1891-1893, Max Nettlau 1892-1894, Paraškev Stojanov 1890-1894 and others. NB. Originally part of the Nettlau collection.
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Period 1890-1919
Part of his papers, containing some 150 letters from Plechanov to his wife 1890-1916; some 150 letters from Rozalija M. Plechanova to her husband 1893-1916; letters from Rozalija and Georgij Plechanov to their daughters; photocopies of letters from Plechanov to his wife; typescript of vol. VIII, sec...
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Documents relating to the split between the Sojuz Russkich Socialdemokratov zagranicej (Союз русских социал-демократов за границей) and the Gruppa Osvoboždenie Truda (группа "Освобождение труда") 1900 and n.d.; notebooks with excerpts, notes, articles by others; leaflets of the Rossijskaja Social-De...
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A hundred handwritten bulletins of the military staff of the Moscow district, from the period 11 July-28 October 1917, concerning the revolutionary mood of the army; articles by Dmitrij Končalovskij.
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Period 1917-1925
Some 150 letters by Krasin in Soviet Russia to his wife and daughters abroad 1917-1925 and n.d.; handwritten notes on Soviet foreign policy, etc. c. 1921-1925; personal documents c. 1880-1925; typescript of 'Memoirs of an old Revolutionist' by N. Burenin (Буренин Николай Евгеньевич) 1931....
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Letters received by Mering, some by her son Jakov L. Mering, from some 50 correspondents, mainly Russian social democrats, including Lidija Dan (c. 250 letters), Fedor Dan 1922-1946, Iraklij Tsereteli 1924-1925, 1929, Samuil Sčupak1921-1924, 1932, 1938, Boris Nikolaevskij 1923-1924, 1931-1934, Rafai...
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