Writings of the Soviet Leadership

Felix Dzerzhinsky - 1918

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Writings of the Soviet Leadership

Some individuals are included here even though they might have fallen out of favour in subsequent years. Also included are a number of biographies which vary in their sympathy to the Socialist cause.

Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria (1989-1953)

On the History of the Bolshevik Organizations in Transcaucasia, speech delivered at a meeting of Party functionaries July 21-22 1935, Laventri Beria, International Publishers, New York, 1935, 206 pages.

On the History of the Bolshevik Organizations in Transcaucasia, speech delivered at a meeting of Party functionaries July 21-22 1935, Laventri Beria, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1939, 206 pages.

The Great Inspirer and Organizer of the Victories of Communism, written on the occasion of JV Stalin’s 70th birthday, FLPH, Moscow, 1950, 24 pages.

The 34th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, speech delivered at a celebration meeting of the Moscow Soviet, November 6 1951, FLPH, Mosocw, 1951, 36 pages.

Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin (1988-1938)

The ABC of Communism, a Popular Explanation of the Program of the Communist Party of Russia, translation by Eden and Cedar Paul, Nikolai Bukharin and Yevgeni Preobrazhensky, CPGB, London, 1922, 422 pages.

Nikolai Alexandrovich Bulganin (1895-1975)

USSR Builds for Peace, reports on the achievements of the Post-war Five-year Planand the USSR’s fight for peace, 33rd anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, Nikolai Bulganin, Soviet News, London, 1950, 20 pages.

Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky (1877-1926)

Prison Diary and Letters, Felix Dzerzhinsky, FLPH, Moscow, 1958, 306 pages.

Felix Dzerzhinsky – a biography, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1988, 164 pages.

Mikhail Ivanovich Kalinin (1875-1946)

The Patriotic War of the Soviet People against the German invaders, M Kalinin, FLPH, Moscow, 1942, 32 pages.

On Communist Education, speeches and articles, MI Kalinin, FLPH, Moscow, 1950, 479 pages.

Lev Borisovich Kamenev (1883-1936)

Dictatorship of the Proletariat, The Toiler, Cleaveland, 1920, 14 pages.

Alexandra Mikhailovna Kollontai (1872-1952)

Alexandra Kollontai, selected articles and speeches, International Publishers, New York, 1984, 215 pages.

Communism and the Family, Alexandra Kollantai, Pluto, London, 1971, 24 pages.

Maxim Maximovich Litvinov (1876-1951)

Against Aggression, Speeches, 1934-1938, together with texts of treaties and of the Covenant of the League of Nations, Maxim Litvinov, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1939, 208 pages.

Maxim Litvinoff, a biography, AU Pope, Secker and Warburg, London, 1943, 530 pages.

Maxim Litvinov, Sheinis Zinovy, translated by Vic Schneierson, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1988, 356 pages. (A Revisionist appreciation.)

Georgy Maksimilianovich Malenkov (1901-1988)

Report to the Nineteenth Party Congress of the work of the Central Committee of the CPSU(B), G Malenkov, FLPH, Moscow,1952, 147 pages.

Malenkov, a biographical study of Stalin’s successor, Martin Ebon, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, June 1953, 152 pages.

Speech by G. M. Malenkov, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the U.S.S.R. at the session of the U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet, August 8, 1953, Soviet News, London, 1953, 41 pages.

Speech at the Session of the USSR Supreme Soviet, August 8 1953, Soviet News, London, 1953, 28 pages. (Digitised version.)

Anastas Ivanovich Mikoyan (1895-1978)

The camp of Socialism and the camp of capitalism, AI Mikoyan, FLPH, Moscow, 1950, 63 pages.

The Memoirs of Anastas Mikoyan, Volume 1, The Path of Struggle, Sphinx Press, Madison, 1988, 583 pages.

Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich Molotov (1890-1986)

The Constitution of Socialism, Speech delivered at the Eighth Congress of Soviets of the USSR, Vyachesla Molotov, Cooperative Publishing Company of Foreign Workers in the USSR, Moscow, 1937, 31 pages.

Statement in the Supreme Soviet USSR on the ratification of the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact, August 31 1939, Modern Books, London, 1939, 14 pages.

Speech to the Sixth Session Supreme Soviet USSR, March 29th 1940, with an introduction by William Rust, Vyachesla Molotov, Modern Books, London, 1940, 20 pages.

Soviet Peace Policy, Vyachesla Molotov, with a foreword by DN Pritt and a biographical sketch by WP and Zelda Coates, Anglo-Russian News Bulletin, Lawrence and Wishart, London, 1941, 101 pages.

Note Submitted by V Molotov, People’s Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the USSR, concerning the universal robbery and despoliation of the population, and the monstrous atrocities perpetrated by the German authorities on occupied Soviet territory, FLPH, Moscow, 1942, 20 pages.

The Molotov Notes on German Atrocities, notes sent by VM Molotov, People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs, to all governments with which the USSR has diplomatic relations, issued on behalf of the Embassy of the USSR in London, His majesty’s Stationary Office, London, 1942, 20 pages.

The life story of V Molotov, George Gay, Pilot Press, London, nd., 1940s?, 92 pages.

The Armed Forces of the United Nations on Foreign Territory, speeches in Committee 1 of the General Assembly of the United Nations, November 1946, Information Bulletin of the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Washington, 1946, 31 pages.

VM Moltov’s Speeches and Statements made at the Moscow Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers, March10-April 34 1947, Soviet News, London, 1947, 124 pages.

30th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, speech delivered at the celebration meeting of the Moscow Soviet on November 6 1947, Soviet News, London, 1947, 20 pages.

For a democratic peace with Germany, speeches and statements made at the London session of the Council of Foreign Ministers, November 25-December 15, 1947, Soviet News, London, 1948, 99 pages.

Molotov Remembers, inside Kremlin Politics by Vyacheslav Molotov, conversations with Felix Chuev, edited with an introduction and notes by Albert Resis, Ivan R Dee, Chicago, 1993, 463 pages.

Stalin’s Letters to Molotov 1925-1936, editors Lars T Lih, Oleg V Naumoy, Annals of Communism Series, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1995, 276 pages.

Molotov Stalin’s Cold Warrior, Geoffrey Roberts, Potomac Books, Washington, 2012, 254 pages.

Yevgeni Alekseyevich Preobrazhensky (1886-1937)

The ABC of Communism, a Popular Explanation of the Program of the Communist Party of Russia, translation by Eden and Cedar Paul, Nikolai Bukharin and Yevgeni Preobrazhensky, CPGB, London, 1922, 422 pages.

Maksim Zakharovich Saburov (1900-1977)

Report on the directives of the XIXth Party Congress relating to the Fifth Five-year Plan for the development of the USSR in 1951-1955, M Saburov, FLPH, Moscow, 1952, 72 pages.

Andrei Yanuaryevich Vyshinskiy (1883-1954)

The peace and friendship of nations against the instigators of a new war, speech delivered at the Second General Assembly of the United Nations, September 18 1947, Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Washington, 1947, 38 pages.

The Law of the Soviet State, Macmillan Company, New York, 1948, 749 pages.

The teachings of Lenin and Stalin on Proletarian Revolution and the State, Soviet News, London, 1948, 120 pages.

The Soviet position on Prohibition of Atomic Weapons and International Control of Atomic Energy, speeches at the Fourth Session of the United Nations General Assembly, November 1949, Information Bulletin of the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Washington, 1949, 56 pages.

Lenin and Stalin, the great organizers of the Soviet State, FLPH, Moscow, 1949, 71 pages.

JV Stalin’s Doctrine of the Socialist State, FLPH, Moscow, 1951, 38 pages.

Andrei Alexandrovich Zhdanov (1896-1948)

Amendments to the Rules of the CPSU(B), Report to the 18th Congress of the CPSU(B), Andrei Zhadanov, FLPH, Moscow, 1939, 64 pages.

On The History of Philosophy, Andrei Zhdanov, np., nd., 1947?, 28 pages.

Collections

Reports to the Nineteenth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Soviet Leaders Speak for Communism and Peace, Vyacheslav Molotov, Lavrenty Beria, Nikolai Bulganin, Lazar Kaganovich, Kliment Voroshilov, New Century Publishers, New York, 1952, 49 pages.

The Stalin Heritage, speeches given at the funeral of JV Stalin, March 9 1953, by Georgy Malenkov, Lavrenty Beria, and Vyacheslav Molotov, New Century, New York, 1953, 15 pages.

Directory

Who was who in the USSR, a biographic directory containing 5,015 biographies of prominent Soviet historical personalities, compiled by the Institute for the Study of the USSR, Munich, Scarecrow Press, New Jersey, 1972, 677 pages.

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