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対象期間は始まる、1953年から1991年であるスターリンで終わるソ連崩壊。トピックには、集団指導の移行期間を含むフルシチョフブレジネフゴルバチョフの時代、および冷戦ハンガリー動乱デタントグラスノスチなどの重要な関連イベントやトピックが含まれます。この参考文献には、新聞記事(一次資料と参考文献を除く)、フィクション、写真コレクション、またはこの期間中またはその前後に作成された映画は含まれていません。

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ソビエトの歴史の一般的な調査

これらの作品には、スターリン主義後の時代の重要な概要が含まれています。

期間研究

  • ベシュロス、MR(1991)。危機の年:ケネディとフルシチョフ、1960年から1963年。ニューヨーク州ニューヨーク:E。バーリンガムブックス。[18] [19]
  • いとこ、N。(1972)。ありえない勝利:ジョン・F・ケネディ、教皇ジョン、ニキータ・フルシチョフ。ニューヨーク州ニューヨーク:WWノートン。
  • ドルンバーグ、J。(1974)。ブレジネフ:権力の仮面。ニューヨーク州ニューヨーク:ベーシックブックス。[20]
  • マッコーリー、M。(編)。(1987)。フルシチョフとフルシチョビスム。ブルーミントン:インディアナ大学出版局。[21]
  • McGlinchey、E。(2014)ブレジネフ年の早送り:炎の中のオッシュロシアの歴史41(3)、pp.373-391。
  • Rutland、P。、およびSmolkin-Rothrock、V。(2014)。ブレジネフを振り返ってロシアの歴史41(3)、299-306ページ。
  • 強い、JW(1971)。ブレジネフとコスイギンの下のソビエト連邦:移行年。ニューヨーク:ニューヨーク:ヴァンノストランドラインホールド。[22] [23]
  • Tatu、M。(1974)。クレムリンの力:フルシチョフからコスイギンまで(第2版)。ニューヨーク州ニューヨーク:バイキングプレス。[24]
  • トンプソン、WJ(2014)。ブレジネフ政権下のソビエト連邦。英国ロンドン:ラウトレッジ。
  • ウィラートン、J。(1987)。ブレジネフ時代のパトロネージネットワークと連合の構築ソビエト研究39(2)、pp.175-204。
  • Zubok、VM(2007)。失敗した帝国:スターリンからゴルバチョフまでの冷戦におけるソビエト連邦。ノースカロライナ州チャペルヒル:ノースカロライナ大学出版局。[25] [26]

社会史

  • クック、LJ(1993)。ソビエトの社会契約とそれが失敗した理由:ブレジネフからエリツィンまでの福祉政策と労働者の政治。マサチューセッツ州ケンブリッジ:ハーバード大学出版局。[27] [28]
  • ディミトロフ、M。(2014)。権威主義の下での世論の追跡:ブレジネフ時代のソビエト連邦の事例ロシアの歴史41(3)、pp.329-353。
  • ホプキンス、MW(1985)。ロシアのアンダーグラウンドプレス:時事クロニクル。ニューヨーク:プレーガー。[29] [30]
  • Hosking、GA(1991)。ソビエト連邦の目覚め。マサチューセッツ州ケンブリッジ:ハーバード大学出版局。[31] [32]
  • Kerblay、B。、およびSwyer、R。(1983)。現代ソビエト社会。ニューヨーク:パンテオン。[33] [34]
  • Kozlov、D。、およびGilburd、E。(編)。(2013)。雪解け:1950年代と1960年代のソビエト社会と文化。トロント:トロント大学プレス。[35] [36]
  • LaPierre、B。(2012)フルシチョフのロシアのフーリガン:解凍中の逸脱の定義、取り締まり、および生成。ウィスコンシン州マディソン:ウィスコンシン大学出版局。[37] [38]
  • Lorimer、F。(1979)。ソビエト連邦の人口:歴史と展望。ニューヨーク:AMSプレス。[39] [40]
  • Mawdsley、E。、およびWhite、S。(2004)。レーニンからゴルバチョフまでのソビエトエリート:中央委員会とそのメンバー、1917年から1991年。オックスフォード:オックスフォード大学出版局。[41] [42]
  • マシューズ、M。(1989)。ブレジネフとゴルバチョフの下でのソビエト連邦における剥奪のパターン。カリフォルニア州スタンフォード:フーバー研究所プレス。[43] [44]
  • ———。(2011)。ソビエト連邦の教育:スターリン以来の政策と制度。ロンドン:ラウトレッジ。[45] [46]
  • ミラー、JR(1988)。ソ連の政治、仕事、そして日常生活:元ソビエト市民の調査。ケンブリッジ:ケンブリッジ大学出版局。[47] [48]
  • ローリー、D。(2011)。ソビエトのベビーブーム世代:ロシアの冷戦世代のオーラルヒストリー。ニューヨーク州ニューヨーク:オックスフォード大学出版局。[49] [50]
  • Roucek、J。(1961)マイノリティのソビエトの扱いファイロン22(1)、15〜23ページ。
  • Shtromas, A., Wenturis, N., & Hornung, K. (1990). Political Change and Social Development: The Case of the Soviet Union. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.[51][52]
  • Weinberg, E. (1992). Perestroika and Soviet Sociology. The British Journal of Sociology, 43(1), pp. 1-10.

Culture

宗教

Women and the family

人権

  • Alexeyeva, L. (1985). "'Soviet Dissent: Contemporary Movements for National, Religious, and Human Rights. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.[69]
  • Bergman, J. (2009). Meeting the Demands of Reason: The life and thought of Andrei Sakharov. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.[70][71]
  • Bukovskiĭ, V. K. (2019). Judgment in Moscow: Soviet Crimes and Western Complicity. (A. Kojevnikov, Trans.) Westlake Village, CA: Ninth Of November Press.[b][72][73]
  • Prigge, W. (2004). The Latvian Purges of 1959: A Revision Study. Journal of Baltic Studies, 35(3), pp. 211-230.
  • Snyder, S. B. (2013). Human Rights Activism and the End of the Cold War. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.[74][75]

Rural life and agriculture

都市生活と産業

Government and politics

Nikita S. Khrushchev
Leonid Brezhnev
Mikhail Gorbachev

非スターリン化

Glasnost and Perestroika

ソビエト領土

The Soviet Armed Forces

  • Colton, T. J. (2014). Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority: The Structure of Soviet Military Politics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.[163]
  • Kolkowicz, R. (1967). The Soviet Military and the Communist Party. London, UK: Routledge.[164]
  • Odom, W. E. (2000). The Collapse of the Soviet Military. New Haven: Yale University Press.[165][166]
  • Suvorov, V. Suvorov, V., & Hackett, J. (1987). Inside the Soviet Army. London: Grafton Books.[167]
  • Suvorov, V. (1989). Spetsnaz: The Story Behind the Soviet SAS. London: Grafton.

Chernobyl

The Dissolution of the Soviet Union and Bloc

Tanks in Red Square during the 1991 August coup attempt

The Legacy of the Soviet Union

Ideology and propaganda

Economy

  • Allen, R. (2001). The Rise and Decline of the Soviet Economy. The Canadian Journal of Economics / Revue Canadienne D'Economique, 34(4), pp. 859–881.
  • Evans, A. (1977). Developed Socialism in Soviet Ideology. Soviet Studies, 29(3), pp. 409–428.
  • Gidadhubli, R. (1983). Andropov on Soviet Economy after Brezhnev. Economic and Political Weekly, 18(4), pp. 103–104.
  • Goldman, M. I. (1983). U.S.S.R. in Crisis: The Failure of an Economic System. New York: Norton.
  • Hanson, P. (2003). The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Economy: An Economic History of the USSR from 1945. London, UK: Longman.
  • Hewett, E. A. (1988). Reforming the Soviet Economy: Equality versus Efficiency. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.[199][200]
  • Hoffmann, E. P., & Laird, R. F. (1982). The Politics of Economic Modernization in the Soviet Union. Ithaca, N.Y: Cornell University Press.
  • Marrese, M., & Vaňous, J. (1983). Soviet Subsidization of Trade with Eastern Europe: A Soviet Perspective. Berkeley, CA : Institute of International Studies, University of California Press.
  • Miller, C. (2016). The Struggle to Save the Soviet Economy: Mikhail Gorbachev and the Collapse of the USSR. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Millar, J. R., & Linz, S. J. (1990). The Soviet Economic Experiment. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
  • Rowen, H. S., & Wolf, C. J. (1990). The Impoverished Superpower: Perestroika and the Burden of Soviet Military Spending. San Francisco, CA: ICS Press.[201][202]
  • Shmelev, N., & Popov, V. (1989). The Turning Point: Revitalizing the Soviet Economy. London, UK: Tauris.[203]
  • Simis, K. (1982). USSR: The Corrupt Society: The Secret World of Soviet Capitalism. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.[204]
  • Suri, J. (2006). The Promise and Failure of 'Developed Socialism': The Soviet 'Thaw' and the Crucible of the Prague Spring, 1964-1972. Contemporary European History, 15(2), pp. 133–158.
  • Zweynert, J. (2014). 'Developed Socialism' and Soviet Economic Thought in the 1970s and Early '80s. Russian History, 41(3), pp. 354–372.

External Relations

The Soviet Bloc in Europe

Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia
Crowd cheers Hungarian troops in Budapest
  • Archard, L. (2018). Hungarian Uprising: Budapest's Cataclysmic Twelve Days, 1956. Barnsley, UK: Pen and Sword Military.
  • Baring, A. (1972). Uprising in East Germany. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.[205][206]
  • Brzezinski, Z. K. (1960). The Soviet Bloc: Unity and Conflict. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.[207][208]
  • Corda, M. (2007). Journey to a Revolution: A Personal Memoir and History of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. New York, NY: Harper Perennial.[209]
  • Dawisha, K. (1984). The Kremlin and the Prague Spring. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.[210][211]
  • Eörsi, L. (2006). The Hungarian Revolution of 1956: Myths and Realities. Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs.[212]
  • Fehér, F., & Heller, A. (1983). Hungary 1956 Revisited: The Message of a Revolution - A Quarter of a Century After. London, UK: Allen and Unwin.[213][214]
  • Gati, C. (1986). Hungary and the Soviet Bloc. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.[215][216]
  • ———. (1990). The Bloc that Failed: Soviet-East European Relations in Transition. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.[217][218]
  • ———. (2006). Failed Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.[219][220]
  • Ginsburgs, G. (1960). Demise and Revival of a Communist Party: An Autopsy of the Hungarian Revolution. The Western Political Quarterly, 13(3), pp. 780–802.
  • Granville, J. (2003). Reactions to the Events of 1956: New Findings from the Budapest and Warsaw Archives. Journal of Contemporary History, 38(2), pp. 261–290.
  • ———, & Garthoff, R. L. (2004). The First Domino: International Decision Making during the Hungarian Crisis of 1956. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.[221][222]
  • Gyáni, G. (2006). Memory and Discourse on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Europe-Asia Studies, 58(8), pp. 1199–1208.
  • Györkei, J. D., & Horváth, M. (1999). Soviet Military Intervention in Hungary, 1956. New York, NY: Central European University Press.[223]
  • Lendvai, P., & Major, A. (2008). One Day that Shook the Communist World: The 1956 Hungarian Uprising and Its Legacy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.[224]
  • Lévesque, J. (1997). The Enigma of 1989: The USSR and the Liberation of Eastern Europe. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.[225]
  • Litván, G., Bak, J. M., & Legters, L. H. (1996). The Hungarian Revolution of 1956: Reform, Revolt and Repression 1953-1963. London, UK: Longman.[226]
  • Matthews, J. P. C. (2007). Explosion: The Hungarian Revolution of 1956. New York, NY: Hippocrene Books.
  • Michener, J. A. (1984). The Bridge at Andau: The Compelling True Story of a Brave, Embattled People. New York, NY: Corgi/Penguin Books.[227]
  • Miller, R. F., & Féhér, F. (1984). Khrushchev and the Communist World. London, UK: Croom Helm.[228]
  • Millington, R. (2014). State, Society and Memories of the Uprising of 17 June 1953 in the GDR. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mlynár, Z. (1986). Nightfrost in Prague: The End of Humane Socialism. London: C. Hurst.[229]
  • Moorthy, K. K. (1971). Tito and Brezhnev: Outward Cementing?. Economic and Political Weekly, 6(44), pp. 2233–2233.
  • Narayanswamy, R. (1989). Eastern Europe: Divided over Perestroika. Economic and Political Weekly, 24(4), pp. 186–188.
  • Ostermann, C. F., & Byrne, M. (2001). Uprising in East Germany 1953: The Cold War, the German Question, and the First Major Upheaval Behind the Iron Curtain. Budapest: Central European University Press.[230]
  • Persak, K. (2006). The Polish: Soviet Confrontation in 1956 and the Attempted Soviet Military Intervention in Poland. Europe-Asia Studies, 58(8), pp. 1285–1310.
  • Péter, L. (2008). Resistance, Rebellion and Revolution in Hungary and Central Europe: Commemorating 1956. London: Hungarian Cultural Centre, University of Central London.[231]
  • Pók, A. (1998). 1956 Revisited. Contemporary European History, 7(2), pp. 263–270.
  • Richter, J. (1993). Re-Examining Soviet Policy towards Germany in 1953. Europe-Asia Studies, 45(4), pp. 671–691.
  • Sebestyen, V. (2006). Twelve Days: The Story of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. New York, NY: Vintage Books.[232]
  • Stanciu, C. (2014). Autonomy and Ideology: Brezhnev, Ceauşescu and the World Communist Movement. Contemporary European History, 23(1), pp. 115–134.
  • Stoneman, A. (2015). Socialism With a Human Face: The Leadership and Legacy of the Prague Spring. The History Teacher, 49(1), pp. 103–125.
  • Valenta, J., & Dubček, A. (1991). Soviet Intervention in Czechoslovakia, 1968: Anatomy of a Decision. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University. Press.[233]
  • Westad, O. A., Holtsmark, S. G., & Neumann, I. B. (1994). The Soviet Union in Eastern Europe, 1945-89. New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.
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  • Windsor, P., & Roberts, A. (1969). Czechoslovakia 1968: Reform, Repression and Resistance. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Foreign policy and relations

  • Anderson, R. D. (1993). Public Politics in an Authoritarian State: Making Foreign Policy During the Brezhnev Years. Washington DC: NCROL.[234][235]
  • Baroch, C. (1971). The Brezhnev Doctrine. American Bar Association Journal, 57(7), pp. 686–690.
  • Burke, J. (1993). Gorbachev's Eurasian Strategy. World Affairs, 155(4), pp. 156–168.
  • Du Quenoy, P. (2003). The Role of Foreign Affairs in the Fall of Nikita Khrushchev in October 1964. The International History Review, 25(2), pp. 334–356.
  • Edmonds, R. (1983). Soviet Foreign Policy: The Brezhnev Era. Cambridge, UK: Oxford University Press.[236][237]
  • Gittings, J. (1968). Survey of the Sino-Soviet Dispute, 1963-1967. London, UK: Royal Institute of International Affairs.[238][239]
  • Garthoff, R. L. (1994). Détente and Confrontation: American-Soviet Relations from Nixon to Reagan. Washington, D.C: Brookings Institution Press.[240][241]
  • Grachev, A. (2013). Gorbachev's Gamble: Soviet Foreign Policy and the End of the Cold War. Oxford: Wiley Press.[242][243]
  • Griffith, W. E. (1964). The Sino-Soviet Rift. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.[244][245]
  • Haykal, M. Ḥasanayn. (1978). The Sphinx and the Commissar: The Rise and Fall of Soviet Influence in the Middle East. New York, NY: Harper & Row.[246]
  • Johnson, E. (2001). Nikita Khrushchev, Andrei Voznesensky, and the Cold Spring of 1963: Documenting the End of the Post-Stalin Thaw. World Literature Today, 75(1), pp. 30–39.
  • Kharlamov, M., & Ajubei, A., & Vadeyev, O. (1960). Face to Face with America: The Story of N.S. Khrushchov's Visit to the U.S.A. September 15–27, 1959. Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House.
  • Klinghoffer, A. (1986). US-Soviet Relations and Angola. Harvard International Review, 8(3), pp. 15–19.
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  • Lyne, R. (1987). Making Waves: Gorbachev's Public Diplomacy, 1985-86. Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science, 36(4), pp. 235–253.
  • Pavlov, Y. I. (1994). Soviet-Cuban Alliance 1959-1991. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.[247][248]
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  • Rea, K. (1975). Peking and the Brezhnev Doctrine. Asian Affairs, 3(1), pp. 22–30.
  • Roberts, G. (1999). The Soviet Union in World Politics: Coexistence, Revolution and Cold War. London, UK: Routledge.[251]
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  • ———. (1983). Dangerous Relations: The Soviet Union in World Politics, 1970-1982. New York: Oxford University Press.[254][255]
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The Cold War

Checkpoint Charlie, October 27, 1961
  • Barrass, G. S. (2009). The Great Cold War: A Journey through the Hall of Mirrors. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.[260]
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  • Gaddis, J. L. (1998). We Now Know: Rethinking Cold War History. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.[270]
  • ———. (2007). The Cold War: A New History. New York, NY: Penguin Books.[271][272]
  • Garthoff, R. L. (2007). Reflections on the Cuban Missile Crisis. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.[273]
  • Gelman, H. (1984). The Brezhnev Politburo and the Decline of Détente. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.[274][275]
  • Gribkov, A. I., Smith, W. Y., & Friendly, A. (1994). Operation ANADYR: U.S. and Soviet Generals Recount the Cuban Missile Crisis. Chicago, IL: Edition Q.[276]
  • Hoffman, D. E. (2009). The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and its Dangerous Legacy. New York: Doubleday.[277]
  • Kempe, F. (2011). Berlin 1961: Kennedy, Khruschev, and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth. New York, NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons.
  • Lebow, R., Mueller, J., & Wohlforth, W. (1995). Realism and the End of the Cold War. International Security, 20(2), pp. 185–187.
  • Liebich, A. (1995). Mensheviks Wage the Cold War. Journal of Contemporary History, 30(2), pp. 247–264.
  • MacGregor, I. (2019). Checkpoint Charlie: The Cold War, The Berlin Wall, and the Most Dangerous Place On Earth. New York, NY: Scribner.
  • Miller, D. (2012). The Cold War: A Military History. London, UK: Pimlico.[278][279]
  • Nash, P. (1997). The Other Missiles of October: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the Jupiters, 1957-1963. Chapel Hill, NC: University of California Press.[280]
  • Nelson, K. L. (1995). The Making of Détente: Soviet-American Relations in the Shadow of Vietnam. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.[281][282]
  • Patman, R. (1999). Reagan, Gorbachev and the Emergence of 'New Political Thinking'. Review of International Studies, 25(4), pp. 577–601.
  • Schrag, P. G. (1992). Global Action: Nuclear Test Ban Diplomacy at the End of the Cold War. New York, NY: Routledge.[283]
  • Schwebel, S. (1972). The Brezhnev Doctrine Repealed and Peaceful Co-Existence Enacted. The American Journal of International Law, 66(5), pp. 816–819.
  • Seaborg, G. T., Loeb, B. S., & Harriman, W. A. (1983). Kennedy, Khrushchev and the Test Ban. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.[284][285]
  • Taylor, F. (2006). The Berlin Wall: A World Divided, 1961-1989. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • Thompson, N. (2011). Nuclear War and Nuclear Fear in the 1970s and 1980s. Journal of Contemporary History, 46(1), pp. 136–149.
  • Watry, D. M. (2014). Diplomacy at the Brink: Eisenhower, Churchill, and Eden in the Cold War. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press.[286]
  • Westad, O. A. (1992). Rethinking Revolutions: The Cold War in the Third World. Journal of Peace Research, 29(4), pp. 455–464.
  • ———. (2016). The Global Cold War: Third World Interventions and the Making of Our Times. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.[287]
  • ———. (2019). Cold War: A World History. New York, NY: Basic Books.[288]
  • Zubok, V. M. (2007). A Failed Empire: The Soviet Union in the Cold War from Stalin to Gorbachev. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press.[289][290]

Afghanistan

Other studies

  • Bennigsen, A., & Broxup, M. (1983). The Islamic Threat to the Soviet State. New York, NY: Routledge.[297][298]
  • Cohen, S. F. (2011). Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.[299][300]
  • Fortescue, S. (1990). Science Policy in the Soviet Union. London: Routledge.[301][302]
  • Josephson, P. R. (1997). New Atlantis Revisited: Akademgorodok, the Siberian City of Science. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.[303][304]
  • Suny, R. G. (1998). The Soviet Experiment: Russia, the USSR and the Successor States (2nd Edition). Cambridge, UK: Oxford University Press.[305][306]

Historiography

Biographies

  • Aron, L. R. (2001). Boris Yeltsin: A Revolutionary Life. London: HarperCollins.[307]
  • Brown, A. (1996). The Gorbachev Factor. Cambridge, UK: Oxford University Press.[308]
  • Crankshaw, E. (1966). Khrushchev: A Career. New York, NY: Viking Press.[309][310]
  • Medvedev, R. A., & Medvedev, Z. A. (1977). Khrushchev. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Medvedev, Z. A. (1984). Andropov: His Life and Death. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
  • Murphy, P. J. (1981). Brezhnev, Soviet Politician. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
  • Paloczi-Horvath, G. (1960). Khrushchev: The Making of a Dictator. Boston, MA: Little, Brown.
  • Ruge, G. (1991). Gorbachev: A Biography. London: Chatto & Windus.
  • Scammell, M. (1984). Solzhenitsyn: A Biography. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Co.[311][312]
  • Sheehy, G. (1991). The Man Who Changed the World: The lives of Mikhail S. Gorbachev. New York, NY: HarperPerennial.[313][314]
  • Taubman, W. (2003). Khrushchev: The Man and His Era. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company.[315][316]
  • ———. (2017). Gorbachev: His Life and Times. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company.

Reference works

  • The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Russia and the former Soviet Union. (1994). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kasack, W. & Atack, R. (1988). Dictionary of Russian literature since 1917. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Minahan, J. (2012). The Former Soviet Union's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Sourcebook. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Smith, S. A. (2014). The Oxford Handbook of the History of Communism. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.[317][318]
  • Vronskaya, J. & Čuguev, V. (1992). The Biographical Dictionary of the Former Soviet Union: Prominent people in all fields from 1917 to the present. London, UK: Bowker-Saur.

Memoirs and literary accounts

  • Aleksievič, S. A., Whitby, J., & Whitby, R. (2015). Zinky Boys: Soviet Voices from the Afghanistan War. New York, NY: W. W. Norton.
  • Borovik, A. (2008). The Hidden War: A Russian Journalist's Account of the Soviet War in Afghanistan. New York, NY: Grove Press.[319]
  • Brezhnev, L. (1978–79). Brezhnev's trilogy (3 vols. The Minor Land, Rebirth, & Virgin Lands). Moscow: Progress Publishers.[d]
  • Dobrynin, A. F. (1995). In Confidence: Moscow's Ambassador to America's Six Cold War Presidents (1962-1986). New York, NY: Random House.[320][321]
  • Gorbachev, M. S. (1996). Mikhail Gorbachev: Memoirs. London, UK: Doubleday.
  • Khrushchev, N. S., Crankshaw, E., & Talbott, S. (1971). Khrushchev Remembers. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co.
  • ———., & Talbott, S. (1974). Khrushchev Remembers: The Last Testament. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Co.
  • ———., Talbott, S., Schecter, J. L., & Luchkov, V. V. (1990). Khrushchev Remembers: The Glasnost Tapes. Boston, MA: Little, Brown.[322]
  • Khrushchev, S. (2003). Nikita Khrushchev and the Creation of a Superpower. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.[e][323]
  • MacDuffie, M. (1955). The Red Carpet: 10,000 miles through Russia on a Visa from Khrushchev. New York, NY: Norton.[324]
  • Molotov, V. M., Čuev, F., & Resis, A. (2007). Molotov Remembers: Inside Kremlin Politics: Conversations with Felix Čhuev. Chicago, IL: Ivan R. Dee.[325][326][327]
  • Solzhenitsyn, A. I. (1991). The Oak and the Calf: Sketches of Literary Life in the Soviet Union: A Memoir. London, UK: Collins-Harvill.[328]
  • Vidali, V. (1984). Diary of the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Westport, CT: Lawrence Hill.[329][330]

English language translations of primary sources

The Khrushchev Era (1953-1964)

Collections

Individual Documents

The Brezhnev Era (1964-1982)

Collections

Gorbachev Era (1982-1991)

Collections

Individual Documents

Further reading

Bibliographies

Bibliographies contain English and non-English language entries unless noted otherwise.

Bibliographies of Post Stalinist Era in the Soviet Union

  • Beschloss, M. R. (1991). General Sources. In The Crisis Years: Kennedy and Khrushchev, 1960-1963. New York, NY: E. Burlingame Books.
  • Kotkin, S. (2001). Bibliography. In Armageddon Averted: The Collapse of the Soviet Union. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • McCauley, M. (1987). Bibliography. In Khrushchev and Khrushchevism. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Smith, J. and Ilić, M. (Eds.). (2011). Bibliography. In Khrushchev in the Kremlin: Policy and Government in the Soviet Union, 1953–1964. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Strong, J. W. (1971). Bibliography. In The Soviet Union under Brezhnev and Kosygin: The Transition Years. New York: NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold.
  • Taubman, W. (2017). Bibliography. In Gorbachev: His Life and Times. New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Tompson, W. J. (2014). Bibliography. In The Soviet Union under Brezhnev. London, UK: Routledge.

Bibliographies of Russian (Soviet) History containing significant material on the Post-Stalin eras in the Soviet Union

Journals

The list below contains journals referenced in this bibliography.

Journals related to Russian (Soviet) History

Lists of Journals related to Russian (Soviet) History

Journals related to the Cold War

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Contains a 60 page scholarly select bibliography of works relating to the history of the Soviet Union.
  2. ^ Originally published in Russian in 1995.
  3. ^ The notes at the end of each essay (chapter) includes substantial bibliographic entries.
  4. ^ Authorship is highly disputed and it is highly doubtful that Brezhnev was the actual author.
  5. ^ Memoir written by Sergei Khruschev about his father.
  6. ^ Documents from the immediate post-war period through the construction of the Wall and its eventual destruction.
  7. ^ Contains 25 pieces of communication, delivered from October 22 through December 14, 1962, in both English and Russian.
  8. ^ Including all his speeches and proposals to the United Nations and major addresses and news conferences.
  9. ^ Commonly known as the "Secret Speech". Given during the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
  10. ^ Project RYaN was the 1980s KGB intelligence program related to anticipating a nuclear first strike on the Soviet Union by the United States.
  11. ^ Contains only English language works. 3rd Edition has an updated (2016) bibliography with specific sections on the post-Stalin eras.

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