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Annual Report of the Slavic Section for 1927

For the year ending June 30, 1927

The Extent of the Section: The Slavic Section administers a collection of about 128,000 volumes published in main in the Slavic countries, namely, in Russia (new U.S.S.R.), Poland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia, which countries comprises an area of about 9 million square miles in the aggregate, an area which is nearly three times larger than that of the United States, and contains, in the aggregate, a population of over 200 million, that is, about twice as large as that of the United States. In these Slavic countries there are spoken over one hundred distinct languages; in about 56 of these languages literature is being published and in some, for instance, in Great Russian, Polish, and Czechoslovakian in comparatively large numbers, hardly less per capita than in a number of the West-European countries.

Aside from the publications in Great-Russian the Section has acquired representative literature in the following languages:

Bulgarian, Czech, Cheremisian, Chuvashian, Croatian, Estonian, Finnish, Georgian (Grusian), Hebrew, Kirgiz, Latvian, Lithuanian, Magyar (Hungarian), Montenegrian, Mordvian, Polish, Rumanian, Servian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Tartar, Ukrainian, Wendic, Yakut, and White Russian - 25 languages, about 200 volumes in each on an average.

Accessions: There are acquired through purchase, exchange, transfer, and gifts 2,231 books, 5,464 pamphlets, 578 pieces of music, and 280 maps, altogether 8,453 publications. The Section has continued to collect Russian material published not only in Soviet Russia, but also abroad by the Russian scientific, literary, political, and social organizations and institutions of learning outside of Russia since 1917. These organizations have sent a number of their publi- cations as gifts.

Gifts: "Proceedings of the congresses of the Russian academic organizations abroad," in Prague, 1923; "Report on educational work of the Russian zemstvos' and towns' committee abroad," Paris; "Struggle for Russia," a weekly, published by V. L. Burtsev and others, Paris, for 1926 and 1927; "Bulletin of the pedagogical bureau of Russian elementary and high schools abroad," 1924 - 1927; "Minutes and proceedings of the Russian jurists abroad," Berlin, Oct. 1-4, 1922, 285 p., (typewritten stenographic report ).

A few gifts have come from Soviet Russia, for instance: "Ninety-five years of the work of the Odessa State public library (1830-1925)," Leningrad, 1926; Somov, N. M., "Classification of sciences," Moscow, 1927, "Bibliography of the publications on Russian social life," Moscow, 1927, and "Bibliography of journalism," second edition, 1924; Scherr, G.V., "Introduction to tanatology," Leningrad, 1925.

In addition to the above the following gifts are noteworthy: Dr. P.S. Galtsoff, 1) "Biological observations of the water basins of the city of Minsk", 1916, rare; 2) the unique copy of the final issue of "Iug Rossi" (No 171, Oct. 30, 1920 ), completing the file which except for this number, came to the Section by transfer from the State Department.

Professor Ralph Dennis, Dean, School of Speech, Northwestern University has presented to the Section 67 posters (with text), which were collected from the walls in Rostov-na-Donu, Russia, in December, 1919, and in January and February, 1918, during the time of the Kornilov - Kaledine attempt to raise a white army.

Special Collections: The following four special collections have been acquired through purchase, transfer, exchange, and gifts:

1) A collection of 298 newspapers (titles) published in Russia and abroad during the Russian revolution and civil war from 1917 to 1920 inclusive, and representing various parties and creeds, beginning with the monarchists and ending with the communists, in the struggle during that period. Two hundred and fifty-five papers are in Russian and forty-three papers in non-Russian languages. The latter group represent in main the movement of the peoples of non-Russian nationality for independence during the revolution and civil wars in the former Russian Empire.

The Soviet (Bol'sheviks, or Communists) regime, the Kolchak (Siberia) and Denikin - Wrangel (South Russia) campaigns are represented by about 60 papers each, while the North-Western (Judenich) and Northern (Chaikovskii) armies are represented by about 10 newspapers each. The rest of the papers are divided among the smaller movements in Russia during that period.

These papers are now bound, listed and shelved in alphabetical order in the Slavic Section and are available to readers in the Library.

In addition to the Russian publications in serial, magazine and monograph form in the Section, containing information in regard to Russian history during 1917-1920, the above collection of revolutionary and civil war newspapers represents an extremely rare and valuable source of information for historians in the future. The majority of the newspapers in the collection cannot be duplicated. One copy is definitely known to be the only one in existence.

The collection was begun a few years ago, while most work on it having been done during the last year.

An incomplete list of these newspapers is attached as an exhibit to this report.

2) A collection of war and revolutionary posters covering the period of 1915-1920 contains altogether 480 posters as follows: a) 109 (29 dupl.) posters illustrated by Russian artists - - 24 war loan and 10 cartoon posters published by the former Imperial Government, 33 posters published by the Soviet Government and 42 (29 dupl.) posters published by the white armies: b) 371 (176 dupl.) posters with text - - 68 posters of the Kornilov - Kaledin campaign, 62 (126 dupl. and tripl.) of Kolchak and other Siberian campaigns, 72 (38 dupl.) of the Denikin - Wrangel campaign, and an appeal published by the Russian Imperial Free Economic Society - in 13 copies. The illustrated posters were transferred to the Division of Prints and the posters with text to the Division of Manuscripts. The above collection of the Russian and revolutionary posters having historic and artistic value cannot be duplicated.

3) A collection of 280 Russian maps, 200 of which were acquired through exchange and 80 by purchase, transfer, and gifts. Among these are eleven rare maps published by the Military Topographical Division of the General Staff of the former Imperial Army. The maps have been transferred to the Division of Maps and Charts.

4) A collection of 28 documentary papers related to the All-Russian Congress abroad held in June, 1926, in Paris.

Twelve documents are in Russian, two in manuscript form and ten printed. Sixteen documents are in French, eleven in manuscript form and five printed. These papers contain various memorandums, addresses and resolutions related to present-day Russian affairs and problems. This historical material was obtained by Dr. W. D. Johnston, European representative of the Library.

The continuation of the following historical serials was secured through exchange: Russkii Archiv, Russkaia Starina i Novizna, Sbornik Russkago Istoricheskago Obshchestva, Viestnik Evropy, beginning with the year 1907 and continuing up to 1917. In addition there were secured the back numbers of the journal last named for the years 1802-1811, the copies for the first two years, 1802 and 1803, being rather rare. Through the same channel were obtained thirty three monographs related to the period of 1907-1920, and Moskovskii Nekropol', vls. 1-3, 1907-1908, and Peterburgskii Nekropol', vls. 1-4, 1912-1913.

There were transferred from the Department of Commerce to the Slavic Section seven sets of 240 lantern slides on various Russian industrial districts including 44 diagrammic maps of Russia.

Technical work: The original Yudin books are classified and bound with the exception of a number of translations, duplicates and a few new additions to complete certain sets.

During the year there were catalogued of the original Yudin books as follows:

1) Law books, class K: all classified in detail, according to a classification scheme worked out by the Section; catalogued 802 titles comprising 1360 volumes, which were perforated, bookplated, labelled, and finally shelved. Of this number about 900 were put into envelopes with the written titles.

2) Belles Lettres, class PG: catalogued 2409 titles, including classification, perforating, bookplating, labelling, and final shelving.

On deck 19 there were collected about 12,000 vls. In Russian and about 6,000 vls. of current publications in non-Russian languages, altogether about 18,000 volumes, which were classified and of which only 497 vls. were bound (the Binding Division is able to accept only 50 vls. a month). Of the current Russian publications on the shelves of deck 19 there were catalogued 135 volumes by the Catalogue Division during the years ending June 30, 1926 and 1927.

All current Slavic periodicals are listed and kept in the Slavic Section. There were written 812 checking cards in duplicate: one card for each periodical is kept in the Slavic Section, the other in the Periodical Division.

The music publications, class M, of the Yudin Collection, 325 titles, were listed and transferred to the Music Division.

There were made, verified, and corrected 1928 cards containing required information in regard to the serial publications in the Slavic Section for entry into the Union List.

Over 1200 order cards for new publications were written and searched.

Changes in Personnel: In June, 1927, Mr. G. A. Novossiltzeff was transferred to the Division of Documents to handle there, in main, the technical end of the Slavic documentary publications, while to his place in the Slavic Section was temporarily appointed Mr. D. D. Tuneeff.

Demands upon the Section: There were about 300 readers in the Slavic Section, to whom were served about 2000 publications; from the Main Reading Room came about 500 demands for about 1500 publications, either through Reading Room messengers or directly from readers in the Main Reading Room; about 150 demands for publications from those readers who are permitted to take books home; about 50 demands for 140 publications through the interlibrary exchange system, altogether about 1000 demands for 4240 publications.

Assistance in research and translation was given to 23 students, more were engaged in their special studies, more or less of an academic nature.

There were also about 200 visiting persons and parties to whom the Slavic Section, especially the Yudin Collection, was shown and interpreted.

Assistance in the matters of Slavic publications and languages given to other divisions in the Library and executive departments of the Government was practically the same as during the previous years.

An Incomplete List of the newspapers in the Slavic Section, in alphabetical order of titles, published in Russia and abroad during the Russian revolution and civil war from 1917 to 1920 inclusive, and representing various parties and creeds in the struggle during that period. A number of papers in the list cover a more extended period.

Approximately 10 percent of the papers are in complete set, 20 percent in fairly or nearly complete set, 60 percent in incomplete set, while 10 percent are represented only by a limited number of copies.

I. In Russian

1. Amerikanskie Izvestiia. New York, 1924.
2. Bednota. Moscow, 1922.
3. Bezbozhnik. Moscow, 1923.
4. Birzhevyia Viedomosti. Petrograd, 1917.
5. Biulleten'. Omsk, 1919.
6. Biulleten' Prof. Soiuza ZHurnalistov. Sebastopol, 1919.
7. Chernomorskii Maiak. Novorossiisk, 1919-1920.
8. Chernomorskie Vedomosti. Novorossiisk, 1919.
9. Dalekaia Okraina. Vladivostok, 1918-1919.
10. Dal'nevostochnaia Tribuna. Vladivostok, 1921.
11. Dal'nevostochnoe Obozrienie. Vladivostok, 1919-1920.
12. Dal'nevostochnye Izvestiia. KHabarovsk, 1918.
13. Dal'nii Vostok. Vladivostok, 1919.
14. Den' Vladiovostoka. Vladivostok, 1918.
15. Derevenskaia Kommuna. Petrograd, 1917.
16. Dielo Naroda. Petrograd, 1917.
17. Dielo Rossii. Tokio, 1920.
18. Dlia vsiekh. Kirchgain, 1918.
19. Dni. Berlin, 1922-1925.
20. Dni. Paris, 1926.
21. Donskaia Riech'. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
22. Edinstvo. Petrograd, 1918.
23. Ekonomicheskaia ZHizn'. Moscow, 1918-1926.
24. Finansovoe i Narodnoe Khoziaistvo. Petrograd, 1918. 4 copies
25. Gazeta Kopieika. Petrograd, 1917.
26. Gazeta Vremen. Rab. Krest. Pravitel'stva. Petrograd, 1917-1918.
27. Golos Fronta. Dzhankoi, 1920.
28. Golos Kieva. Kiev, 1918.
29. Golos Primoria. Vladivostok, 1918. 6 copies.
30. Golos Rodiny. Hague, 1918.
31. Golos Rodiny. Vladivostok, 1917.
32. Golos Rossii. Berlin, 1919-1920.
33. Golos Rossii. Vladivostok, 1919-1923.
34. Golos Rusi. New York, 1922.
35. Gudok. Moscow, 1921.
36. IAltinskii Vecher. IAlta, 1919-1920.
37. Iug. Sebastopol, 1919.
38. Iug Rossii. Sebastopol, 1920. *Including the unique copy of the last number of this paper, namely, no. 171 (368) for Oct. 30, 1920.
39. Iuzhnyi Kur'er. IAlta, 1920.
40. Izvestiia Ural'skogo Obl. Sov. Rab. Dep. Ekaterinburg , 1918.
41. Izvestiia Kanskogo Ob"edin. Sov. Sold., Rab. i Krest. Dep. Kansk, 1918.
42. Izvestiia Tsentr. Ispol. Kom. Soiuza S.S.R. Moscow, 1917-1926.
43. Izvestiia Zapadno-Sibirsk. i Omsk. Obl. Ispoln. Kom. Omsk, 1918.
44. Izvestiia Prof. Soiuza Rab. i Sl. metallob... Sebastopol, 1919.
45. Izvestiia Sebastopol. Rev. Komiteta. Sebastopol, 1919.
46. Izviestiia. Komitet Petrogradskikh ZHurnalistov. Petrograd, 1917.
47. Izviestiia TSentral'nago Promysh. Komiteta. Petrograd, 1916-1917. 6 copies.
48. Izviestiia Vserossiiskago Sovieta Krest. Dep. Petrograd, 1917.
49. Kavkazskii Krai. Piatigorsk, 1919.
50. Kazach'i Dumy. Ekaterinodar, 1919.
51. Kazach'i Dumy. Sofia, 1919.
52. Kazanskaia Rabochaia Gazeta. Kazan', 1917.
53. Kievskaia Mysl'. Kiev, 1915, 1918.
54. Kievskoe Utro. Kiev, 1918.
55. Kievlianin. Kiev, 1917.
56. KHlieb i Volia. New York, 1919.
57. Kommercheskii Telegraf. Harbin, 1921-1922.
58. Kommunisticheskii Trud. Moscow, 1921.
59. Krasnaia Gazeta. Petrograd, 1919, 1921-1923.
60. Krasnoe Znamia. Vladivostok, 1918.
61. Krasnoiarskii Rabochii. Krasnoiarsk, 1918.
62. Krest'ianin i Rabochii. Vladivostok, 1918.
63. Krymskii Telegraf. Sebastopol, 1918.
64. Krymskii Viestnik. Sebastopol, 1920.
65. Kubanskii Krai. Ekaterinodar, 1917.
66. Kubanskii Put'. Ekaterinodar, 1919.
67. Makhovnik. Petrograd, 1921.
68. Molot. Petrograd, 1917.
69. Molot. Sebastopol, 1919.
70. Nachalo. Paris, 1916.
71. Nakanune. Berlin, 1922.
72. Narodnaia Gazeta. New York, 1918-1919.
73. Narodnaia Gazeta. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
74. Narodnaia Mysl'. Riga, 1924.
75. Narodnaia Mysl'. Vladivostok, 1919.
76. Narodnoe Dielo. KHar'kov, 1919.
77. Narodnoe Slovo. Sebastopol, 1917.
78. Nash IUg. Sebastopol, 1920.
79. Nash Krai. Batum, 1918.
80. Nash Ponediel'nik. Kiev, 1918.
81. Nash Put'. Kiev, 1918.
82. Nash Put'. Sebastopol, 1920.
83. Nash Viek. Petrograd, 1917.
84. Nasha Armiia. Omsk, 1919.
85. Nasha Riech'. Petrograd, 1917.
86. Nasha Riech'. Vladivostok, 1922.
87. Nasha Rodina. Kiev, 1918.
88. Nasha Zaria. Omsk, 1918-1919.
89. Nashe Slovo. Paris, 1915-1916.
90. Nedielia. Vienna, 1918.
91. Nov'. Harbin, 1921.
92. Novaia Pochta. Odessa, 1920.
93. Novaia Rossiia. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1917.
94. Novaia Rossiia. Revel, 1919.
95. Novaia Rossiia. Vienna, 1920.
96. Novaia Rus'. Petrograd, 1917.
97. Novaia Russkaia ZHizn'. Helsingfors, 1919-1921.
98. Novaia ZHizn'. Petrograd, 1917.
99. Novoe Russkoe Slovo. New York, 1921-1926.
100. Novoe Vremia. Bielgrad, 1924.
101. Novoe Vremia. Petrograd, 1914-1917.
102. Novosti ZHizni. Harbin, 1918, 1921.
103. Novyi Luch. Petrograd, 1917.
104. Novyi Mir. New York, 1917-1918.
105. Novyi Put'. Riga, 1921.
106. Ob"edinenie. Kiev, 1919.
107. Obshchee Dielo. Paris, 1919-1922.
108. Odesskii Listok. Odessa, 1918-1919.
109. Odesskiia Novosti. Odessa, 1918.
110. Offitsial'nyi Biulleten'. Novorossiisk, 1919.
111. Otechestvo. Archangelsk, 1918.
112. Otechestvo. Omsk, 1919.
113. Parus. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
114. Peterburgskaia Gazeta. St. Petersburg, 1914-1915.
115. Petrogradskaia Pravda. Petrograd, 1917-1919, 1921-1923.
116. Politicheskiia Izviestiia. Helsingfors, 1920.
117. Posliedniia Izviestiia. Revel, 1920.
118. Posliedniia Novosti. Kiev, 1918.
119. Posliedniia Novosti. Paris, 1920-1926.
120. Pravitel'stvennyi Viestnik. Omsk, 1918-1919.
121. Pravitel'stvennyi Viestnik. Petrograd, 1915-1916.
122. Pravda. Moscow, 1917-1926.
123. Pravoe Dielo. New York, 1922-1926.
124. Priazovskii Krai. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
125. Priboi. Sebastopol, 1918.
126. Primorskaia ZHizn'. Vladivostok, 1918.
127. Prizyv. Berlin, 1919.
128. Prizyv. Harbin, 1918.
129. Probuzhdenie. New York, 1923.
130. Put' Naroda. Pittsburgh, 1927.
131. Rabochaia Gazeta. Berlin, 1917.
132. Rabochaia Gazeta. Petrograd, 1917.
133. Rabochaia Moskva. Moscow, 1924.
134. Rabochii Sievera. Archangelsk, 1918-1919.
135. Rassvet. New York, 1925-1926.
136. Razsviet. Helsingfors, 1919-1920.
137. Razsviet. Vladiovstok, 1921.
138. Revel'skoe Slovo. Revel, 1919.
139. Riech'. Petrograd, 1915, 1917.
140. Rodina. Cheliabinsk, 1919.
141. Rodina. Kharkoff, 1919.
142. Rodina. Lausanne, 1920.
143. Rodnaia Riech'. New York, 1918.
144. Rodnoi Krai. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
145. Rossiia. Harbin, 1921.
146. Rul'. Berlin, 1920-1921, 1923-1924.
147. Rus'. Omsk, 1919.
148. Russkaia Armiia. Omsk, 1919.
149. Russkaia Gazeta. Athens, 1919.
150. Russkaia Gazeta. Paris, 1924.
151. Russkaia Volia. Petrograd, 1917.
152. Russkaia Zemlia. New York, 1915.
153. Russkaia ZHizn'. San Francisco, 1922-1925.
154. Russkii Ekonomist. Vladivostok, 1919.
155. Russkii Emigrant. New York, 1915.
156. Russkii Golos. New York, 1918, 1924-1926.
157. Russkii Golos. Harbin, 1921-1922.
158. Russkii Listok. Helsingfors, 1919.
159. Russkii Narod. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1915, 1918.
160. Russkiia Novosti. Pittsburgh, 1915.
161. Russkii Siever. Archangelsk, 1919.
162. Russkii Sotsialist. Berlin, 1918.
163. Russkii Viestnik. Berlin, 1917-1918.
164. Russkii Viestnik. Chicago, 1924-1926.
165. Russkii Viestnik. Sebastopol, 1920.
166. Russkiia Viedomosti. Moscow, 1917.
167. Russkoe Dielo. Omsk, 1919.
168. Russkoe Dielo. Prague, 1920.
169. Russkoe Ekho. Shanghai, 1920-1921.
170. Russkoe Slovo. Moscow, 1917.
171. Russkoe Slovo. New York, 1918-1920.
172. Rupor. Harbin, 1921-1922.
173. Sevastopol'. Sebastopol, 1919-1920.
174. Sevastopol'skii Viestnik. Sebastopol, 1920.
175. Segodnia. Riga, 1920-1921, 1924.
176. Severnaia Kommuna. Petrograd, 1918, 1919.
177. Shchit. Petrograd, 1917.
178. Sibir'. Irkutsk, 1917-1918.
179. Sibirskaia Riech'. Omsk, 1918-1919.
180. Sibirskii Viestnik. Omsk, 1918.
181. Sievernaia ZHizn'. Helsingfors, 1919.
182. Sievernoe Utro. Archangelsk, 1918-1919.
183. Sievernyi Luch. Archangelsk, 1918.
184. Slovo. Vladivostok, 1921-1922.
185. Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik. Berlin, 1923.
186. Stanichnik. Ekaterinodar, 1919.
187. Stavka. Kiev, 1918.
188. Stavropol'skiia Viedomosti. Stavropol, 1919.
189. Sviataia Rus'. Sebastopol, 1920.
190. Sviet. Harbin, 1920-1921.
191. Svobodnaia Mysl'. Kiev, 1918.
192. Svobodnaia Perm'. Perm, 1919-1920.
193. Svobodnaia Riech'. Ekaterinodar, 1918.
194. Svobodnaia Riech'. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
195. Svobodnaia Rossiia. Chicago, 1918, 1922-1923.
196. Syn Otechestva. New York, 1922.
197. Tavricheskii Golos. Simferopol, 1919.
198. Telegrammy. Omsk, 1918.
199. Torgovo-Promyshlennaia Gazeta. Moscow, 1917-1918, 1923-1926.
200. Torgovo-Promyshelnnaia Gazeta. Petrograd, 1917-1918.
201. Tribuna. Kiev, 1918.
202. Trud. Harbin, 1918.
203. Trud. Moscow, 1921-1922.
204. TSar'-Kolokol. Sebastopol, 1920.
205. Tumenskii Rabochii. Tumen', 1918.
206. Ural'skii Rabochii. Ekaterinburg, 1918.
207. Utro. New York, 1922.
208. Utro. Riga, 1919.
209. Utro IUga. Ekaterinoslav, 1919.
210. Utro Rossii. Moscow, 1917.
211. Varshavskoe Slovo. Warsaw, 1920.
212. Vechernee Slovo. Sebastopol, 1920.
213. Vechernee Vremia. Petrograd, 1915-1917.
214. Vechernee Vremia. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
215. Velikaia Rossiia. Ekaterinodar, 1919.
216. Velikaia Rossiia. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
217. Velikaia Rossiia. Sebastopol, 1920.
218. Viernyi Put'. Revel, 1920.
219. Viestnik Manchzhurii. Harbin, 1918-1919.
220. Viestnik Pravitel'stva Sievernoi Oblasti. Archangelsk, 1918-1919.
221. Viestnik Priamurskoi Oblasti. Vladivostok, 1921.
222. Viestnik Priamurskoi Oblasti. Vladivostok, 1921. [221 and 222 are the same in the annual report - Ed.]
223. Viestnik Uprav. Sievern. Obl. Archangelsk, 1918.
224. Viestnik Voennopliennago. Geneva, 1915-1918.
225. Viestnik Vremennago Pravitel'stva. Omsk, 1918.
226. Viestnik Vremennago Pravitel'stva. Petrograd, 1917.
227. Viestnik Vremennago Pravitel'stva Avtonomnoi Sibiri. Vladivostok, 1918.
228. Vlast' Truda. Irkutsk, 1918.
229. Voennyi Golos. Sebastopol, 1920.
230. Voennyia Viedomosti. Novonikolaevsk, 1919.
231. Volia. Vladivostok, 1920.
232. Volia Naroda. KHabarovsk, 1918.
233. Volia Naroda. Petrograd, 1917.
234. Volia Rossii. Prague, 1921.
235. Vol'naia Kuban'. Ekaterinodar, 1919
236. Vol'nyi IUg. Sebastopol, 1918.
237. Vostochnaia Aziia. KHabarovsk, 1918.
238. Vozrozhdenie. Copenhagen, 1919.
239. Vozrozhdenie. Ekaterinodar, 1919.
240. Vozrozhdenie. Paris, 1926.
241. Vozrozhdenie Sievera. Archangelsk, 1918-1919.
242. Vpered. Omsk, 1919.
243. Zabaikal'skii Rabochii. CHita, 1918.
244. Zaria. Harbin, 1921.
245. Zaria. Omsk, 1919.
246. Zaria Rossii. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
247. Zaria Rossii. Sebastopol, 1920.
248. Za Rodinu. Archangelsk, 1919.
249. Za Rossiiu. Archangelsk, 1919.
250. Za Svobodu. Warsaw, 1921.
251. Zemlia i Volia. Petrograd, 1917.
252. ZHizn'. Revel, 1920, 1922.
253. ZHizn'. Rostov-na-Donu, 1919.
254. ZHizn' Natsional'nostei. Moscow, 1919.
255. Zveno. Paris, 1923-1924.

II. In non-Russian languages

1. Abo Underättelser /Swedish/. Abo, 1919.
2. Bulletin de Presse /French/. Moscou, 1917-1918.
3. Dziennik Poranny /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
4. Dziennik Powszechny /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
5. Extracts from the Archangel Press /English/. Archangelsk, 1918-1919.
6. Gazeta Narodowa /Polish/. Poznan, 1919.
7. Gazeta Polska /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
8. Gazeta Poranna /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
9. Gazeta Warszawska /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
10. Glos Narodu /Polish/. Krakow, 1919.
11. Czas /Polish/. Krakow, 1918-1919.
12. Helsingin Sanomat /Finnish/. Helsinki, 1919.
13. Hufvudstadsbladet /Swedish/. Helsingfors, 1919, 1923.
14. Kauppalehti /Finnish/. Helsinki, 1919.
15. Komunists /Latvian/. Petrograd, 1919.
16. Kurjer Polski /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
17. Kurjer Poranny /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
18. Kurjer Poznanski /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
19. Kurjer Warszawski /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
20. La Russie Nouvelle /French/. Paris, 1918.
21. Maskansa /Finnish/. Viipuri, 1919.
22. Miscellaneous paper /Estonian/. Tallinna, 1919-1920.
23. Mlot /Polish/. Minsk, 1919.
24. Naprzod /Polish/. Krakow, 1918.
25. Nasza Gazeta /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
26. Nowa Reforma /Polish/. Krakow, 1919.
27. Organ of the III Congress of the communist International /English/. Moscow, 1921.
28. Paevaleht /Estonian/. Tallinna, 1919-1920, 1923.
29. Postimees /Estonian/. Tartu, 1919-1920.
30. Pour la Russie /French/. Paris, 1919-1920.
31. Przeglad Wieczorny /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
32. Rabotnik /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
33. Ratny Dnevnik /Serbian/. Solun, 1917-1918.
34. Rigasche Rundschau /German/. Riga, 1920.
35. Revaler Bote /German/. Reval, 1920-1923.
36. Russian Daily News /English/. Petrograd. [no dates given - Ed.]
37. Stander Socjalizmu /Polish/. Warszawa, 1919.
38. Suomen Sosialidemokaatti /Finnish/. Helsinki, 1919.
39. The Gazette of Archangel Force /English/. Archangelsk, 1919.
40. The Russian Free Thought /English/. Shanghai, 1921.
41. Under Suomen Iltalehti /Finnish/. Helsinki, 1919.
42. Vladivostok Daily News /English/. Vladivostok, 1921.
43. Waba Maa /Estonian/. Tallinna, 1919-1920, 1923.

[Report not signed - Ed.]

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