collected by Vladimir Bukovsky,
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      Vladimir Bukovsky  



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Introduction   from Web-Masters 

Introduction   from Vladimir Bukovsky

 Soviet Communist Party (KPSS) and the USSR

1. Ideology and Politics of Soviet Communist Party (KPSS) 

             1.1  Ideology and Propaganda 

1.1 English 

             1.2  Media: newspapers, radio, TV

1.2 English 

             1.3 Cultural events, science, economy

1.3 English 

             1.4  Internal Affairs

1.4 English 

2.  KPSS and Terror in the USSR

             2.1   Prior to 1975

2.1 English

             2.2   1975 - 1991

2.2 English

3.  Suppression of Dissisdents  

             3.1  1960-1969 

3.1 English

             3.2  1970-1979

3.2 English

             3.3  after 1980

3.3 English

             3.4 Sakharov

 3.4 English

             3.5  Solzhenitsyn

 3.5 English

             3.6  Use of  Psychiatry for Political Purpose 

 3.6 English

4.  Perestroika 


 Soviet Communist Party (KPSS) and the World 

5.  KPSS and Communist World

 5. English

6.  KPSS and Non-Communist World  

 6. English

7.  Communist Terror in the World 

7. English

          7.1  Europe, North America

7.1 English

           7.2  Asia

7.2 English

           7.3 Africa

7.3 English

           7.4  Central and South America

7.4 English

8.  KPSS and Peace Propaganda

 8. English

9. Some Aspects of Soviet International Politics

          9.1  USA

 9.1 English

          9.2  Soviet invasion of Afghanistan:   .

 9.2 English

          9.3  Poland    

 9.3 English

          9.4  Olympic Games, 1980 

 9.4 English


Please note that English letters preceding the document numbers mean:

         In English titles "CP" is  as abbreviation  used for any communist  party.

Structure of  "Soviet Archive" done    by Leonid Chernikhov  
 Web-master:  Julia Zaks

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  The Soviet Archive is on the Internet since 02/01/99.

Some documents are translated into English in 2010