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BOX 3-5 REEL 2-3 Central Archive of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (TsAFSB RF), 1918-1992
BOX 3-4 REEL 2-3 Investigation File, 1918-1992
Secret agent information and reports on Russian émigrés, investigation files, correspondence, lists, and photographs.
Organized alphabetically by name of person or organization being investigated and therein chronologically.
BOX 3 REEL 2 Abramovich, Rafail Abramovich (Reyn) See Container 3, Dan, Fedor Il'ich
Aleksandrov, Pavel Aleksandrovich, Apr. 1939-July 1940
Bakaev, Ivan Petrovich See Container 4, United Trotskyite-Zinovyev Center
Balabanoff, Angelica (Balabanova, Anzhelika), June 1941-May 1948
Berdiaev, Nikolai Aleksandrovich, Jan. 1947
Bliumkin, IAkov Grigor'evich, Apr. 1927-Sept. 1929; Aug. 1980
Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich, and others, Aug. 1936-Mar. 1938; Feb. 1988 See also Container 21, same heading
Chernov, Viktor Mikhailovich, Nov. 1936-Apr. 1952
"Clown" See Container 3, Kerenskii, Aleksandr Fedorovich
Dan, Fedor Il'ich, and Rafail Abramovich Abramovich (Reyn), Nov. 1937-July 1938
Denmark and France, reports, Mar.-May 1926
Evdokimov, Grigorii Eremeevich See Container 4, Zinovyev, Grigory Yevseyevich
Ganetskii, IAkov Stanislavovich, and Giza Adol'fovna Ganetskaia, July 1937-Dec. 1954
Gertik, Artem Moiseevich See Container 4, Zinovyev, Grigory Yevseyevich
IAgoda, Genrikh Grigor'evich See Container 3, Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee, Mar. 1952-Apr. 1954
Kamenev, Lev Borisovich See Container 3, Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich
"Kant" See Container 4, Zborovskii, Mark Grigor'evich
Kaplan, Fanny Efimovna (Raidman), Sept. 1918-Sept. 1970 See also Oversize and Container 14, Lenin, Vladimir Il'ich (Ul'ianov), assassination attempt (Aug. 1918)
Kerenskii, Aleksandr Fedorovich ("Clown"), Apr. 1938-Mar. 1963
Krestinskii, Nikolai Nikolaievich See Container 3, Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich
Kronstadt uprising, Mar. 1921
Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich, and others, Sept.-Oct. 1950
Lazutin, Petr Georgievich See Container 3, Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich
"Mak" See Container 4, Zborovskii, Mark Grigor'evich
Maksimova, Ekaterina Aleksandrovna See Container 4, Sorge, Richard
Maliantovich, Pavel Nikolaevich, Oct. 1937-May 1992
Mikheev, Filipp Egorovich See Container 3, Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich
Miller, Evgenii Karlovich, Oct. 1937-Apr. 1938
Miscellany, circa 1921; Nov. 1937-Feb. 1960; Nov. 1989
Nazi collaborators, Sept. 1946-Jan. 1947
BOX 4 REEL 2-3 Peshkova, Ekaterina Pavlovna (granddaughter of Maksim Gorky), Apr. 1939
Piatakov, IUrii (Georgii) Leonidovich, Sept. 1936-Apr. 1956
Plekhanova-Lesavur, Lidia Georgievna (daughter of Georgii Valentinovich Plekhanov), July-Aug. 1939
Radek, Karl Berngardovich, Jan.-Feb. 1937; Feb. 1986
Raidman See Container 3, Kaplan, Fanny Efimovna
Rakovskii, Khristian Georgievich, See Container 3, Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich
Rodinov, Mikhail Ivanovich See Container 3, Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich
Rykov, Aleksei Ivanovich, Feb. 1937-Jan. 1938
Sedov, Lev L'vovich (son of Leon Trotsky), Aug. 1936-Feb. 1938 See also Container 22, same heading
Serov, Ivan Aleksandrovich, Mar. 1941-Feb. 1954
Shvarts, Solomon, Nov. 1936
Sorge, Richard (Zorge, Rikhard Adol'fovich), ("Ramzai"), and Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Maksimova (first wife of Richard Sorge), Jan. 1937-Mar. 1943; Sept. 1964-Mar. 1965
Sukhanov, Nikolai Nikolaevich, Sept. 1937-Mar. 1958
Tikhomirov, Apr. 1936
"Tiulpan" See Container 4, Zborovskii, Mark Grigor'evich
Trotskyite literature abroad, May 1929-July 1941
Turko, Iosif Mikhailovich See Container 3, Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich
United Trotskyite-Zinovyev Center, July-Aug. 1936 See also Container 22, "Rightist Trotsky Bloc" affair
Vlasik, Nikolai Sidorovich, Jan. 1955
Zakrzhevskaia, Taisiia Vladimirovna See Container 3, Kuznetsov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich
Zborovskii, Mark Grigor'evich ("Mak," "Tiulpan," "Kant"), June 1933-Nov. 1952
Zinovyev, Grigory Yevseyevich, and others, Dec. 1934-Jan. 1935; June 1988
Zorge, Rikhard See Container 4, Sorge, Richard
BOX 4-5 REEL 2-3 Emigration File, 1920-1939
Reports, correspondence, lists, leaflets, and character profiles.
Organized alphabetically by name of person, organization, or geographical area and therein chronologically.
BOX 4 Burtsev, Vladimir L'vovich, article by, circa 1921
Caucasus region, circa 1925
Cossack organizations abroad, Oct. 1925-May 1926
Far East, Oct. 1921
BOX 5 REEL 3 Kirill Vladimirovich (Romanov), Grand Prince of Russia, Aug. 1924-Aug. 1926
Miscellaneous, May 1920-Aug. 1939
(2 folders)
Paris, France, Feb. 1920-July 1936
Poland, Jan.-Aug. 1926
Prague, Czechoslovakia, socialist revolutionaries in, Sept. 1921
Savinkov, Boris Victorovich, July 1921-Dec. 1925
Ukraine, Sept. 1920-Nov. 1926
Vinnichenko, Vladimir Kirillovich, letters, publication of, Oct. 1925-Mar. 1926
BOX 5-10 REEL 3-7 Central Archive of the Ministry of Defense (TsAMO), 1919-1992
BOX 5-6 REEL 3 War Preparation File, 1928-1941
Official military orders, reports, correspondence, telegrams, speeches, and analytical reviews.
Organized alphabetically by name of person or subject and therein chronologically.
BOX 5 REEL 3 Baltic States, Russian military preparation in, Dec. 1940-June 1941
Command Headquarters, telegrams to and from, June 1932-June 1941
(1 folder)
BOX 6
REEL 3-4
(2 folders)
Dzhugashvili, IAkov Iosifovich, autobiographical material, Aug. 1939-July 1940 See also Container 10, same heading
German threat, Sept.-Dec. 1928; Oct. 1938
Lake Khasan, military activity, Sept. 1938
Military reports, directives, commands, Jan. 1930-Dec. 1941
(2 folders)
Ponedelin, Pavel Grigor'evich, personal file, Nov. 1938; May 1956
Raboche-Krest'ianskaia Krasnaia Armiia (RKKA), personnel files, July 1938-Apr. 1941
Soviet-Finnish War ("Winter War"), 1939-1940 See also Containers 1 and 17, same heading
Stalin, Iosif Vissarionovich (Dzhugashvili), correspondence, Dec. 1928-May 1932
Timoshenko, Semen Konstantinovich, speech at military conference, Dec. 1940
BOX 7-9 REEL 4-5 World War II File, 1941-1957
Directives, orders, telegrams, resolutions, instructions, correspondence, memoirs, situation reports, secret agent and reconnaissance reports, memoranda, dispatches, communiqués, and analytical reviews.
Arranged alphabetically by name of person or subject and therein chronologically.
BOX 7 REEL 4-5 Command Headquarters, directives, orders, instructions to forces at fronts, Feb. 1941-Jan. 1946
(7 folders)
BOX 8 REEL 5 Far East Campaign, Apr.-Dec. 1945
Hitler, Adolf, speeches, May-Nov. 1941 See also Container 22, Hitler, Adolf, wills and testaments
Khrushchev, Leonid Nikitovich, personnel file, Mar. 1943
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, official correspondence, Jan. 1941-June 1943
Military doctrine, Apr. 1941
Military structure and personnel, Apr.-May 1943
Military tribunals, July-Sept. 1941
Miscellaneous reports, June 1941-Sept. 1943 See also Oversize
(2 folders)
Paulus, Friedrich Ernst, Feb. 1943-May 1946
Poskrebyshev, Aleksandr Nikolaevich, Nov. 1944
BOX 9 REEL 5-6 Reports from abroad, Feb. 1941-Jan. 1943
(2 folders)
Stalingrad, July-Sept. 1942
Stavskii, Vladimir Petrovich, letter to Stalin, Aug. 1941
Ul'ianov, Anatoli Petrovich, and Nikolai Stas'evich Shcherbinskii, arrests of, Dec. 1941
United States troops, reports on, June 1944-May 1945
Veterans' memoirs, 1941-1945
"Wins and losses," Jan.-Feb. 1943
Zhukov, Georgii Konstantinovich, reports and speeches, June 1941-Mar. 1946; Dec. 1954; July 1957 See also Container 21, Censorship and literature
BOX 9-10 REEL 5-6 End of War and Repatriation File, 1944-1987
Correspondence, reports, and translations of foreign documents.
Organized alphabetically by name of person or subject and therein chronologically.
BOX 9 REEL 5-6 "Berlin 1945," July 1944-June 1945; Jan. 1987
Bormann, Martin, personal diary excerpts, Jan.-May 1945
German concentration camps, Jan. 1945
Kulik, Grigorii Ivanovich, Aug.-Oct. 1956
BOX 10 REEL 6-7 Military tribunals, Aug.-Nov. 1956
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