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Acquisitions: William Larsh
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Fax: (203) 432-7231
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Yale University Library
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A collection of 2,500 leaflets and pamphlets issued in territories under Anti-Bolshevik governments (1917-1920).
Until recently, the surviving leaflets and pamphlets of the Press of the White Movement remained undisclosed and practically unknown to scholarship. IDC Publishers is now making available for research, a collection of approximately 2,500 of these leaflets and pamphlets on microfiche, filmed in the National Library of Russia. This collection includes official documents of civil and military authorities (orders, laws, decrees), as well as valuable information about the interrelationship between the civil population and military structures, and a great deal of other valuable local historical information. A significant portion of the leaflets was issued in the territory of the Volga basin, Ural, and Siberia.
Yale owns all 192 microfiche of the collection. Scholars can consult these sources in the Microtext Reading Room, which is in the basement of Sterling Memorial Library. A published guide to the collection under the title "Beloe dvizhenie : katalog kollektsii listovok, 1917-1920 gg." is in the Slavic Reading Room under the call number DK265.9 P74 B447 2000(LC).
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LOCATION: SML, Microform (Non-Circulating)
CALL NUMBER: Fiche B4162