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Degras, Jane (ed.), Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy (3 vols.),
University Press, 1951-1953.
Great Britain, 122 Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, CDIII, September
28, 1944. International Military Tribunal, Indictment of the German
War Criminals Pre¬sented to the International Tribunal at Nurnberg:
Count ThreeWar Crimes
Section (c), Murder and Ill-Treatment of Prisoners of War, Section 2.
Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, Private Files, Vols. X, XII, XLIII, LII, CII,
This list does not include all volumes consulted. Only those cited
in the text are listed. Poland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the
Polish People's Republic, Documents
on the Hostile Policy of the United States Government towards
Poland, Warsaw, 1953. Poland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Polish
White Book, Official Documents
Concerning Polish-German and Polish-Soviet Relations, 1933-1939,
authority of the Polish Government, London and Melbourne, Hutchinson &
Company (publishers), Ltd. Poland, The Eastern Provinces of Poland,
Polish Ministry of Preparatory Work
Concerning the Peace Conference, London, 1944. Poland, Polish-Soviet
Relations 1918-1943, published by the Polish Embassy in
Washington, 1943. Poland, Official Government Documents, Vols. II,
III, IV, V, VII, X, XII, XIII,
XV, XVII, XXI, XLIII, L, LII, LVI, LXIV, LXVIII, CII, CXV, CLVI, CLXI,
This list does not include all volumes consulted. Only those cited
in the text are listed.
Polska (Poland), Przyczyny Ucieczki Mikolajczyka. Zatajony
lacyjne Zeznania (Reasons for Mikolajczyk's Escape. Secret Document.
Re¬vealing Testimonies), Poznan, Wielkopolska Ksiagarnia Wydawnicza,
Sukiennicki, Wiktor, Report on the Massacre of Polish Officers in
Katyn Wood: Facts and Documents, London, Kolins, 1946.
U.S. Department of State, Nazi-Soviet Relations, 1939-1941, Documents
from the Archives of the German Foreign Office, edited by Raymond
James Sontag and James Stuart Beddie, 1948.
U.S. Department of State, Official Record of the Yalta Con -°.nce,
New York, The New York Times, March 17, 1955.
U.S. House of Representatives, The Strategy and Tactics of World
Communism, Report No. 619, 80th Congress, 2nd Session, 1948.
U.S.S.R., Constitution of the U.SS.R. 1936, New York, International
U.S.S.R., Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the U.S.S.R., Documents and
Material Relating to the Eve of the Second World War, November 1937-
1938, from the Archives of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
printed in the U.S.S.R.
Anders, Wladyslaw, An Army in Exile: The Story of the Second Polish
London, Macmillan & Company, 1951. Bardoux, Jacques, De Paris a Spa,
La Eataille Diplomatique Pour la Paix Francaise
(From Paris to Spa, The Diplomatic Battle for the Peace of France),
F. Alcan, 1921.
Benes, Eduard, Memoirs, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1954.
Bilainkin, G., Maisky: Ten Years Ambassador, London, Alien and Unwin,
1944. Bonnet, Georges, Defense de la Paix: De Washington ou Quai
of Peace: From Washington to the Quai d'Orsay), Geneva, Bournin,
1946. Buell, R., Poland, Key to Europe, 3rd edition, New York, Knopf,
1939. Byrnes, James F., Speaking Frankly, New York and London, Harper
Carr, E. H., The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923 (3 vols.), New York,
The Mac¬millan Company, 1951-1953. Chamberlin, W. H., The Russian
Revolution, 1917-1921 (2 vols.), New York, The
Macmillan Company, 1935. Churchill, Winston S., The Aftermath, The
World Crisis, 1918-1928, New York,
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929.
The Second World War, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1948-1953.
The Gathering Storm, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1948.
Their Finest Hour, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1949.
The Grand Alliance, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951.
The Hinge of Fate, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1950.
Closing the Ring, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951.
Triumph and Tragedy, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1953.
Ciechanowski, Jan, Defeat in Victory, Garden City, New York,
Company, Inc., 1947. Clausewitz, Karl von, La Campagne de 1812 en
Russie (The Campaign of 1812 in
Russia), trans. M. Gegouen, Paris, R. Chapelot et Cie., 1900.
Clemenceau, G., Grandeur and Misery of Victory, New York, Harcourt,
and Company, 1930.
Czapski, Jozef, What Happened in Katyn, Newport, Rhode Island, United
States Naval War ColU0~, Department of Intelligence, 1950.
Wspomnienia Starobielskie (Memories of Starobielsk), Wyd. 2.
Oddzialu Kultury i Prasy 2go Korpusu), 1945. Czarski, Z., Od Borysowa
do Rygi (From Borysow to Riga), Warszawa, Dru-
kiarnia Polska, 1930. Dallin, David J., and Boris I. Nicolaevsky,
Forced Labor in Soviet Russia, New
Haven, Yale University Press, 1947.
Dallin, David J., Soviet Russia's Foreign Policy 1939-1942, New
Haven, Yale Uni¬versity Press, 1942.
Dangerfield, Elma, Beyond the Urals, London, British League for
European Free¬dom, 1946.
This book deals with the persecution and deportation of over a
million citizens from Poland by the Soviet authorities during
September 1939June 1941. Davies, Joseph E., Mission to Moscow, New
York, Pocket Book Edition, Inc.,
1941. Dennett, Raymond and Joseph Johnson (ed.), Negotiating with
Boston, World Peace Foundation, 1951.
Fainsod, Merle, How Russia Is Ruled, Cambridge, Harvard University
Press, 1953. Fisher, Louis, Soviets in World Affairs (2 vols.),
Princeton, Princeton University
Press, 1952. Fisher, Ruth, Stalin and German Communism, Cambridge,
Press, 1948. Gliksman, J., Tell the West, New York, Greshman Press,
A first-hand account of Soviet labor camps by one of the victims.
Goebbels, Joseph, The Qoebbels Diaries, Introduction and Notes by
Lochner, Garden City, New York, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1948.
Griffis, Stanton, Lying in State, Garden City, New York, Doubleday &
An account of events in People's Poland by a United States
ambassador. Gurian, Waldemar (ed.), The Soviet Union: Background,
Idelogy, Reality, Notre
Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame Press, 1951.
Soviet Imperialism: Its Origins and Tactics, Notre Dame,
Indiana, Uni¬versity of Notre Dame Press, 1953.
Hazard, John (ed.), Soviet Legal Philosophy, trans. Hugh W. Babb,
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1951.
Henderson, H. W., An Outline of Polish-Soviet Relations, Perth,
Scotland, The Munro Press, Ltd.
Hook, Sidney, Marx and the Marxists: The Ambiguous Legacy, Princeton,
New York, D. Van Nostrand Company, Inc., 1955.
Hull, Cordell, The Memoirs of Cordell Hull, New York, The Macmillan
Hunt, Carew R. N., The Theory and Practice of Communism, New and
revised edition, New York, The Macmillan Company, 1951.
Karski, Jan (pseud.), Story of a Secret State, Boston, Houghton
Mifflin Company, 1943.
A first-hand account of the organization and function of the Polish
Kohn, Hans, Pan-Slavism, Its History and Ideology, Notre Dame,
Indiana, Uni¬versity of Notre Dame Press, 1953.
Konovalov, S. (ed.), Russo-Polish Relations, Princeton,
This book upholds the Soviet claim to eastern Poland.
Korbonski, Stefan, W Imleniu Rzeczypospolitej ... (In the Name of the
Repub¬lic), Paryz, Instytut Literacki, 1954. Korovin, E. A.,
Mezhdunarodnoe Pravo Na Sovremennom Etape (International
Law at the Present Stage), Moscow, 1946. Kot, Stanislaw, Listy z
Rosji do Gen. Sikorskir -o (Letters from Russia to General
Sikorski), London, St. Martin's Printers, 1956. Kumaniecki, Kazimierz
Wladyslaw, Odbudowa Panstwowosci Pohkiej, Najwaz-
niejsze Dokumenty 1912-Styczen 1924 (The Reconstruction of Polish
The Most Important Documents 1912-January 1924),
Powszechna, 1924. Lane, Arthur Bliss, / Saw Poland Betrayed,
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company,
1948. Langer, William Leonard and S. E. Gleason, Undeclared War 1940-
York, Harper & Brothers, 1953. Lansing, Robert, The Big Four and
Others of the Peace Conference, Boston,
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1929.
Lenin, V. I., Marxism, London, Modern Books, Ltd., 1929. Lenin, V.
I., Imperialism, The Highest State of Capitalism, Moscow, Foreign
Languages Publishing House, 1940.
Socialism and War, Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House,
The State and Revolution, New York, International Publishers,
Two Tactics of Social Democracy in the Democratic Revolution, New
York, International Publishers, 1935.
Sochineniya (Works) (35 vols.), 4th edition, Gosudarstvennoe
Politicheskoi Literatury, Moscow, 1941-1951. Leninism, Selected
Writings, New York, International Publishers, 1945. Lloyd George,
David, The Truth About the Peace Treaties (2 vols.), London,
V. Gollancz, Ltd., 1938. War Memoirs of David Lloyd George (6
vols.), Boston, Little Brown and
Company, 1933-1937. Mackiewicz, S., Colonel Beck and His Policy,
London, Eyre and Spottiswood,
1944. Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels, The Russian Menace to Europe,
Paul W. Blacstock and Bert F. Hoselitz, Glencoe, Illinois; The Free
Press, 1952. Mehnert, Klaus, Stalin Versus Marx, London, George Alien
and Unwin, Ltd.,
1952. Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, The Rape of Poland: Pattern of Soviet
York and Toronto, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.,
1948. Moore, Barrington, Soviet Politics: The Dilemma of Power; the
Role of Ideas in
Social Change, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1950. Neumann,
William L., Making the Peace 1941-194?, Washington, Foundation for
Foreign Affairs, 1950.
A very critical appraisal of Roosevelt's and Churchill's policies.
Paris Peace Conference, 1919-1920, Traktat Pokoju Miedzy Mocarstwami
mierzonemi i Stowarzyszonemi a Niemcami, Podpisany w Wersalu 28
1919 (Peace Treaty Between Allied and Associated Nations and
Signed in Versailles 28 June 1919), Warsaw, 1919.
Paris Peace Conference, 1919-1920, Proposal of the Russian Political
Conference in Paris to the Peace Conference on the Question of the
Nationalities in Russia, Paris, 1919.
Potemkin, V. P. (ed.), Istoria Diplomatii (The History of Diplomacy)
(3 vols.), Moscow, 1941-1945.
Ross, M., A History of Soviet Foreign Policy, New York, Workers
Library Publishers, 1940.
Schwarz, Solomon M., The Jews in the Soviet Union, Syracuse, Syracuse
Uni¬versity Press, 1951.
Scott, J., Duel for Europe, Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1942.
Seton-Watson, Hugh, Fro? Lenin to Malenkov, New York, F. A.
Sherwood, Robert E., Roosevelt and Hopkins, New York, Harper &
Shotwell, James T. and Max M. Lasernon, Poland and Russia 1919-1945,
New York, King's Crown Press, published for the Carnegie Endowment
for Inter¬national Peace. The significance of this book lies in the
fact that it provides a rationale for the
fourth partition of Poland.
Stalin, Joseph, Theory and Practice of Leninism, London, published by
the Com¬munist Party of Great Britain, 1926.
Leninism, New York, International Publishers, 1928.
The Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union, New York,
International Publishers, 1945.
Marxism and the National Question, New York, International
Dialectical and Historical Materialism, Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub-
lishing House, 1951.
For Peaceful Co-existencePost-war Interviews, New York, International
Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., Roosevelt and the Russians: The Yalta
Conference, New York, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1949.
Stewart, George, The White Armies of Russia, New York, The Macmillan
Stypulkowski, Z., Invitation to Moscow, London, Thames and Hudson,
Taracouzio, T. A., The Soviet Union and International Law, New York,
The Macmillan Company, 1935.
War and Peace in Soviet Diplomacy, New York, The Macmillan
Temperley, A History of the Peace Conference of Paris, edited by H.
W. V. Temperley (6 vols.), London, H. Frowde, Hodder and Stoughton,
Timasheff, Nicholas S., The Great Retreat, New York, E. P. Button &
Toynbee, Arnold and Frank T. Ashton-Gwatkin (ed.), The World in March
1939, London, Oxford University Press, Royal Institute of
International Affairs, 1952.
Tommasini, Francesco, La Resurrezione della Polonia (The Rebirth of
Poland), Milano, 1925 Odrodzenie Polski, Warszawa, Nak. F. Hoesicka,
Trotsky, Leon, The Revolution Betrayed. What Is the Soviet Union and
Where Is It Going? Translated by Max Eastman, Garden City, New York,
Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1937.
Truman, Harry S., Year of Decisions, Garden City, New York, Doubleday
& Company, Inc., 1955.
Umiastowski, R., Russia and the Polish Republic, 1918-1941, London,
U.S.S.R., Strategy and Tactics of the Proletarian Revolution, New
York, Inter¬national Publishers, 1946.
Vyshinsky, Andrei Y., The Law of the Soviet State, translated by
Hough W. Babb, New York, The Macmillan Company, 1948.
Willkie, Wendell L., One World, New York, Simon and Schuster, 1943.
Zhukov, E. M., Sovetskii Souz v Borbe za Sovobodii i Nezavisimost
Narodov (The Soviet Union in a Struggle for the Freedom and
Independence of Nations), Moscow, 1947.
Duchess of Athol, Polish Elections: The Background, London, The
British League for European Freedom, 1947.
Bregman, A. (ed.), Faked Elections in Poland as Reported by Foreign
Observers, London, The Polish Freedom Movement "Independence and
British Joint Committee for Polish Affairs, The Polish Elections 19th
January 1947, Newton, Montgomeryshire, Montgomeryshire Printing
Company, Ltd., 1947.
Foreign Affairs, Dexter, Byron, Clausewitz and Soviet Strategy, XXIX,
No. 1, October, 1950.
Great Britain, Report on the Crimea Conference, 11 February, 1945,
London, printed and published by His Majesty's Stationary Office,
Journal of Central European Affairs, April 1949, D. Dallin, The Month
of Deci¬sion, July 22-August 22, 1939.
Molotov, V. M., Stalin and Stalin's Leadership, Moscow, Foreign
Languages Pub¬lishing House, 1950.
, Speeches and Statements made at the Moscow Session of the
Council of Foreign Ministers, 1947, London, published by "Soviet
News from Behind the Iron Curtain. The Swiatlo Story, IV. No. 3, New
York, Free Europe Press, Free Europe Committee, Inc., March, 1955.
Nowa Polska (New Poland, Monthly), Tom. Ill, Londyn, Wrzesien, 1944.
Sovetskoe Gosudarstvo i Pravo (Soviet State and Law), Moscow.
Swiatlo, Jozef, Inside Story of Bezpieka, New York, Radio Free
U.S.S.R., The Soviet Embassy, Information Bulletin, Washington, 1946.
Note: This bibliography does not include names of the various
newspapers cited j
in the text or those