English-Language Primary Sources for the Study of Soviet History
An on-line resource
Conceived of and developed by Professor Terry Martin
Supported by the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Education and Harvard University. Contributions by David Brandenberger, Katia Dianina and Mark Baker. Copyright © Terry Martin.
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The Harvard Project on the Soviet Social System is a vast collection of interviews conducted in Displaced Persons camps in West Germany in 1950. The 37 bound volumes of interviews contain priceless information on Soviet social, cultural, political and legal history. 
AUTHOR: Harvard University. Russian Research Center.
TITLE: Project on the Soviet social system [conducted by] the Russian Research Center : Harvard University, under contract with the Human Resources Research Institute, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, AF 33(038)-12909 / [Project director: C. Kluckhohn] A schedules: [Personal life history documents]
PUB. INFO: Cambridge, 1951.
LOCATION: Russian Res Ctr: Slav 1711.10.10
Library has: 37 v.
Widener: Slav 1711.10.10
Library has: 37 v.