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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 1952-1956
Manuscript of his memoirs 1998; typescript of the first part of 'Materials on the history of the Institute of Marxism-Leninism (IML)' in Moscow (covering the period from 1921 to 1930) 1999-2000; typescript of the second part, covering the period 1931-1941, 2000-2001; copies of some other documents 1...
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Period 1886-1932
Correspondence 1912-1913, 1924-1932; notebooks and notes made by Men'ščikov as agent provocateur in the Ochrana and other documentation on revolutionary activities 1886-1899; documentation on agents provocateurs, including file on A.M. Evalenko 1911-1912; notebook c. 1931-1932; draft manuscript of `...
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Some 200 letters from Natalija I. Sedova (Седова Наталья Ивановна) to Lilija Dalin (Далин Лилия Яковлевна) 1941-1961.
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Some letters received by Fedor Dan (Дан Фёдор Ильич) 1926-1928, 1940-1946; correspondence between Aleksandr Potresov (Потресов Александр Николаевич) and Julij Martov (Мартов Юлий Осипович) 1910-1913 (copies); letters by Fedor Dan to Victor and by Friedrich Adler (copies); letters from Fedor Dan to P...
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Period 1940-1963
Correspondence, mainly letters received by Lidija Dan (Дан Лидия Осиповна), from Rafail Abramovič (Абрамович Рафаил), Friedrich Adler , Kathia Adler , Angelica Balabanoff (Балабанова Анжелика Исааковна), David and Lilija Dalin (Давид и Лилия Далин), Ekaterina D. Kuskova (Кускова Екатерина Дмитри...
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Period 1879-1929
Letters received by Aksel'rod (Аксельрод Павел Борисович) from some 400 correspondents, including Rafail Abramovič (Абрамович Рафаил) 1920-1927, August Bebel 1900-1905, Grigorij Binštok (Биншток Григорий) 1919, 1925-1928, Fedor and Lidija Dan (Фёдор и Лидия Дан) 1902-1927, Petr Garvi (Гарви Пётр) 19...
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Collection of documents received from Anna M. Gurevič (Гуревич Анна М.), widow of Ber's brother Azrail N. Gurevič (Гуревич Азраил Наумович), consisting of: letters by Ber and Lidija Abramovič to his son Aleksandr B. Gurevič (Гуревич Александр Борисович) and to his brother Azrail 1924-1936; letters (...
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Period 1860-1876
Collection consisting of part of his papers and other original or copied documents (mainly acquired through Max Nettlau in 1935), and of microfilms of documents kept in Bologna, Dresden, Florence, St. Petersburg, Lyon, Marseilles, Neuchâtel, Paris, Rome, and elsewhere (mainly acquired for the IISH s...
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'Russlands Schicksal', typescript on the influence of Ivan the Terrible (Иван Грозный), Peter the Great (Пётр Великий) and Stalin (Сталин) on Russian history.
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Manuscript of his memoirs (photocopies), including a list of his publications.
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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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Collection consisting of five albums containing alphabetical catalogue and catalogue numerus currens of the Lavrov-Goc Library; letters and other documents of the Russian Library in Paris 1905-1918 and of the Rossijskaja Social-Demokratičeskaja Rabočaja Partija (RSDRP), Paris Group.
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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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Correspondence with Fedor I. Dan 1899-1901, 1904, Aleksandra M. Kalmykova 1894-1895, 1898-1905, Petr B. Struve 1891-1901, 1903-1904 and n.d. and others; manuscripts by Potresov : notes, extracts, drafts of articles, etc.; correspondence and other documents concerning the second congress...
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Period 1920-1971
Nederlandse ingenieur die op zoek naar werk, zich met zijn echtgenote eerst in Duitsland vestigde en daarna naar de Sovjet-Unie reisde. Najaar 1936 gearresteerd, naar Siberië gedeporteerd en in maart 1938 geëxecuteerd.
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Documentation on congresses of Russian parties 1903-1908.
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Period 1917-1919
Trotsky Papers (mainly carbon copies): correspondence between Lev Trotsky and Natalija Sedova and Lev Sedov 1931-1937; with and between various Trotskyists in Europe, including Eugen Bauer, Jeanne Martin, Raymond Molinier, Alexandra Pfemfert, Lev Sedov; letters from several correspondents in the Sov...
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File of miscellaneous documents (copies, mainly in French) on the annexation of Georgia by the Bolsheviks 1921-1922, containing documents, letters, telegrams, reports etc. from the exiled Georgian government in Paris to the president of the Genoa conference and to the Second International.
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