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  • Bibliography ofGUERRILLA ACTION,

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  • kII BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOVIET GUERRILLA WARFARE

    AND SOVIET UNDERGROUND ACTIVITIES

    I1 byAlexander Pronin

    Operations & Policy Research, Inc.Washington, D.C.f

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    Published bySPECIAL OPERATIONS RESEARCH OFFICE

    The American UniversityCOUNTERINSURGENCY INFORMATION ANALYSIS CENTER

    5010 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.Washington, D.C., 20016

    March 1965

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    5 This special " Ibliography of Soviet Guerrilla Warfare" developedby Alexander Pronin is a derivative of a subcontract between The

    American University and Operations and Policy Research, Inc.,, for

    which Dr. Paul A. Linebarger was the principal investigator.

    This bibliography is oriented toward guerrillas and guerrilla war-

    I fare as a weapon system used by the Soviet Army in fighting the Germans.While it relates basically to the tactics and techniques of Soviet

    guerrilla fighting during World War II, it was an element of a larger

    Sstudy designed to explore internal (revolutionary) war as an instrumenta.,& r. ess of socio-political change.

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  • UI BIBLIOGRAPflY OF SOVIET GUERRILIA WARFARE

    AND SOVIET UNDERGROUND ACTIVITIES

    I by Alexander ProninI This bibliography covers the seven-year period between 1956-1963.

    It has 227 book entries, each item having one or two lines of description.

    The greater part of the material is made up of novels, firsthand

    accounta, and memoirs; and some books contain documents, such as reports,

    leaflets, handbills, and posters. No military manuals are included, although

    some of the books listed are recommended to noncommissioned officers of

    jthe Red Army and to Soviet youth. For research purposes, there are usefulitems for both the specialist and the lay reader in military affairs,

    psychological warfare, tactics,cartography, and military abbreviations.

    Some of the books exist in two, or more editions, and provide interesting

    comparisons for study.

    Military. There is a great deal of material on various battles

    and campaigns arid on the organization and control of guerrilla hands.

    Psychological Warfare. A number of books contain representations of

    leaflets, handbills, and appeals to th, 3ple in occupied areas as well

    as to collaborators, including the U.P.A. -ian Revolutionary Army).

    Tactics. Items dealing with specific tactical problems of guerrilla

    warfare, planning of attacks, and withdrawal of guerrilla bands, are

    included.

    Cartography. More recent publications have good maps of guerrilla

    regions (Partizanskii Krai), diagrams of raids, and maps of single guerrillaattacks.

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  • 3 Mil.itAr Abbreviations. There is excellent presentation of numerousabbreviat.ons, used by Soviet guerrillas, and of guerrilla jargon, wi-ichdiffers considerably from it-, issian.

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  • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GUERRILLA ACTIONIN THE USSR DURING WORLD WAR II

    1. Ablova, R.T. This Ha~pened in Byelorussia (Eto bylo v Belorussii).From history of youth's struggle in the guerrilla units andunderground. Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow, 1957, 192 pp.

    2. About a tarU Underground in Minsk during the Great Fatherland War

    ("P. Porinom Fodpole v Minske v Gody Velikoi Otechestvanoi Voiny).Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1960, 90 pp.

    3. Aftentuk, S., Elin, D., Levit, S. Comsomol and.Youth of Moldaviaduring the years of the Great Fatherland War. (Ko"msomol i MolodezhMoldavii v Gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi. Voifny). GosizdatMoldavii, Kishinev, 1958, 60 pp.

    4. Along the Road of Struggle and-Glory (Dorogoi Borby i Slavy). Recollec-tions of participants of the Great Fatherland War. Gosizdat, Moscow,1961, 543 pp.

    5. Amirov, G. Through.Fire (Skvoz Ogon). Guerrilla notes. Tatknigoizdat,Kazan, 1961."!68-pp.

    !6. Ampilov, V., Smirnov, V. In the Small City of Lid (V Melenkom

    6orode Lide). Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow, 1962, 103 pp. AboutKomsomol underground organization in the city of Lid in Byelo-russia.

    7. Andreev, V. People's War (Narodnaia Vci.,.. Kartia Moldovenskaia,Kishinev, 1960, 340 pp. Lenizdat, Leringrad, 1961, 407 pp. Aboutguerrilla movcment in Briansk vOblasf..

    8. Andreev, V. A Seaman--Notes of a Guerrilla (Moriak. ZapiskiPartizana). Izdat Pravda, Moscow, 1954, 48 pi.

    9. Andrievskii, N. The Danube in Flames (Dunsi v 0gne). Knigizdat,Odessa, 1959, 43 pp.

    10. Androsov, M.V. Brave of Heart (Khrabzye Serdtza). Notes of aguerrilla. Izdat Molod, Kiev, 1957, 184 pp. Publishing houseZaporozhie, 1960, 147 pp. Published by Molod, Kiev, 1962, 190 pi.

    11. Anisov, S. Along Steep Roads (Krutymi Dorogami). Published by GosizdatBSSR Minsk, 1960, 186 pp. Notes of a Komsomol underground worker.(I 12. Apivala, S. Brothers Falcon (Bratsy Sokoly). Notes of a guerrilla.Gosizdat, Vilno, 1961, 272 pp. (in Lithuanian language).

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  • 13, Artozeev, G. Guerrilla True Story (Partizanskaia Byl),. Voenizdat,Moscow, 1956, 267 pp. About a Chernigov guerrilla unit namedPopundrenko.

    14. Azaroy, I.I. Siege of Odessa (Osashdennaia Odessa). Voenizdat,Moscow, 1962, 211 pp.

    15. Bakradze, D. Heroes' Blood (Kroviiu Geroev). Gosizdat of Georgia,Tbilisi; Book 1, 1953, 3 pp. Book II, 1956, 464 pp. InGeorgian. Zaria Vostoka Thilisi, 1956, 587 pp; 1961, 516 pp.Goslitizdat, Kiev, 1959, 546 pp. In Russian. Sketches of aguerrilla whose unit was fighting in the Ukraine.

    ( 16. Balkovoi, P.N. People's Militia of the SovietUkraine duringthe Great Fatherland War. (Narodnoe Opolchenie SovietikoiUkrainy v Period Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny). AN USSR, Kiev,1961, 104 pp.

    17. Bazyma, G. In the Wake of a Large Raid (Sledami Bolshogo Reida).( Molod, Kiev,. 1959,'367 pp. About the Kovpak campaign.18. Bedzik, D. Unconquered Tribe (Plemia Nepokorimykh). Molod, Kiev,

    1958, 96 pp.

    19. Begma, V., Kizia, L. Route of the Unconquered (Puti Nepokornykh).Sovietskii Pisatel, Kiev, 1962, 502 pp. About guerrilla movementin Bovno area.

    20, Beliaev, S., Kuznetzov, P. People's Militiaof Leningrad (NarodnoeOpolchenie Leningrada). Published Leningrad, 1951, 1932 pp.

    21. Beliavetz, V.F. Donietz Revengists (Donetzskie Mstiteli). Guerrillanotes. Knigoizdatelstvo Dohetz, 1962, 167 pp.

    22. Berezhnoi, I. Notes of a Scout (Zapiski Razvedchika). KnigoizdatelstvoGorkii, 1960, Book I, 190 pp. The author is a commander of aspecial unit which was sent into the enemy's rear on orders of thestaff of the Briansk Front.

    23. Berliskii, D., Pogrebinskii, M. Heroic Deed of Ian Nalepki (Podviglana Nalepki). Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960, 102 pp. A Slovak officeramong the Ukrainian guerrillas.

    24. Bogatyr, Z.A. In the Enem 's Rear (V Tylu Vraga). Sotzekgiz,Moscow, 1963, 3T20 pp. About guerrilla activity in the Ukraine;memoirs of a commander of a guerrilla unit.

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  • 25. Bogdanov, S., Makshinskii, I. This Happened in Rzhev (Eto Bylov Bzheve). Knigoizdatelstvo:Kalinin, 1960, 142 pp.Recollections of guerrillas of the Great Fatherland War.

    26. Borisenkov, V.M. Unforgettable Deeds of Youth During the GreatFatherland War (Bessmertnye Podvigi Molodezhi v Gody Velikoij Otechestvennoi Veiny). Izdatelstvo Znanie, Moscow, 1963, 47 pp.

    27. Borisov, B. The People of Sevastogol Do Not Surrender (Sevastopoltzyne Sdaiutsia). Second rev i and enlarged edition. Krymizdat,Simferopol, 1961, 191 pp. About the struggle of people ofSevastopol during the war.

    28. Borovikov, M.!. Smolensk Communists - Organizers and Leaders of theGuerrilla Movement (Smolenskie Kommunisty Organizatory i RukovoditeliPartizanskogo Dvizhenia). Moscow, 1953.

    29. Bovkun, M. Soldiers of the Second Front (Soldaty Vtorogo Fronts).1Knizhno-Zhurnalnoe Izdatelstvo, LvoV, 1957, 245 pp. Guerrillaactivity in the Ukraine.

    30. Brachas, B. A Throw Across the Railroad Tracks (Brosok CherezPolotno Zhelezn9i Dorogi). Goulitizdat Vilno, 1962, 262 pp.Recollections of a member of the guerrilla movement in Lithuania.

    31. Briansk Guerrillas (Brianskle Partizany). Briansk, 1951.32. Bridikis, P. Along the Guerrilla 2aths (Po Partizanskim Tropam).

    Gospolitnauchizdat Vilno, 1960,7266 pp. Recollections of a guerrilla.

    33. Brinskii, A. On the Other Side of the Front (Po tu Storonu Fronta).RecollectionTJZTa guerrilla. Knizhnoe Izdatelstvo, Gorkil, 1956,514 pp. Voenizdatelstvo, Moscow, 1961, 529 pp. (Voenizdatelstvo,Moscow, 1958, 512 pp; Knizhnoe !zdatelst.c Gorkii, 1959, 468 pp.)

    34. Brutiuniantz, S. On the Other Side of the Front (Po tu StoronuFronta). Notes ofa guerrilla. Erevan, 1957, 332 pp.

    35. Bystritzkaia, N.G. Smolensk Communists in the Guerrilla MovementDurinn the Fatherland War (1941-19451 (Smolenskie Kommunisty vPartizanskom Dvizhenii V Otechestvenno" Voine). Erevan, 1952.

    36. Chronology of the most important Events in the Guerrilla Movement inByelorussia (July 1941-November 1942l, (Khronika Vazhneishikhsobytii Partizanskogo dvizhenia v Belorussii) Part I. GosizdatBSSR, Minsk, 1963, (Part II will follow).

    37, Citizen Avengers (Narodnye Mstiteli). A collection of documents andrecollections of guerrillas from the Moscow area. Edited by Kostomarov.Izdatelstvo Moskovskii Rabochii, Moscow, 1961, 280 pp.

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  • 38. The Dead Heroes Speak (Govoriat Pagibshye Gerol). Posthumousletters by Soviet fighters against German-Fascist occupiersin 1941-1945. Qospolitizdat, Moscow, 1961, 327 pp.

    39. Dogtiarenko, V. The Red Star (Krasnaia Zvezda). About theKomsomol organization in-Kishinev during the war. GosizdatMoldavl, Kishinev, 19,58, 32 pp.

    40. Demianchuk, I. L. Guerrilla Press of the Ukraine, 1941-19"I (Partizanskaia Press Ukrainy). Kiev, 1956. (In Ukrainian).41. Diachkov, L. G. Tambov Party Organization During the Years of the

    SGreat Fatherland War (TambovsUa.'i Partiinaia Organizatzia v GodyVelikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny). Knigoizdat, Tambov, 1961, 56 pp,

    42, Didyk, P. In the Enemy's Rear (V Tylu Vraga). Documentary novelof a Soviet girl scout-parachutist. Kartia Moldovenske,Kishinev, 1960, 211 pp.

    43. Emchenko, G. The Years of Hardship (Gody Surovykh Ispytanii).History of party organization. Oblast, Izdatelstvo Lugansk,1961, 205 pp.

    44. Eternal Life of Youth (Bessmertie Iunykh). Pravda, Moscow, 1960,384 pp. From a history of Comsomol underground organizationsin the cities of Krasnodon, Kaunas, and in Ntikotaevsk, Kalugaand Vitebsk Oblasts.

    45. Fight of the Workers in the Lvov Area Against German-FascistOccupiers, 1943-1944 (Borodba Trudiashchikh Lvivshchini ProtiNimetzko-fashistsk"kh Zagrabnikiv). Lvov, 1949 (In Ukrainian).

    46. Fedorov, A. An Underground Oblast Committee Acts (Podpolnyi ObkomDeistvuet). About the guerrillas in Chernigov and Volyn.Voernizdat, Moscow, 1948; 1950, 480 pp.; 1955, 684 pp. Liatgosizdat,Riga, 1960, 733 pp. Izdat Sovetskii Pisatel, Moscow, 1961, 735 pp.

    47. For Freedom and Life (Za Svobodu i Zhizn). Recollections of Comsomolmembers of the Latvian Underground. Latizdat, Riga, 1956, 440 pp.

    48. From the History of the Byelorussian Guerrilla Movement, 1941-1944(Iz Istorii Partizanskogo Dvisheniia v Belorussii, 1941-1944)..Gosizdat BSSR Minsk, 1961, 506 pp.

    49. The German-Fascist Occupation Regime in the Ukraine, 1941-1944(Nimetzko-Fashistskii Okupatziinii Rezhim na Ukraini 1941-1944).Kiev, 1951.

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  • 'I50. A Girl from Kashin (Devushka iz Ka.hina). The Diary and letters

    of a guerrilla girl, I. Konstantinova. Izdatelstvo MolodaiaGvardia, Moscow, 1958, 216 pp.

    51. Glazok, M. ?orezt Soldiers (Lesnye Soldaty). Notes of a guerrilla.j Knizhnoe l-,telstvo, Kharkov, 1961, 155 pp.52, A Glorious Daughtgr of the B.elorussias People (Slavnaia Doch

    Beloruss.ogo Naroda). letters and articles by V. Khoruzhevand recollections about her. Edited by N.S. Orekhov and L.P.Khovratovich, 2nd edition. Guerrilla activities of Khoruzhev.Gosizdat BSSR, 'Minsk, 1962, 329 pp.

    53. Glukhov, V. Citizen Revengers (Narodnye Mstiteli). About theactivities of guerrilla units in Kaluga Oblast. Knizhnoef Izdatelstvo, Kaluga, 1960, 229 pp.

    54. Gnedash, T. Will and Lifie (Volia i Zhizn). Recollections ofguerrilla war. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960, 182 pp.

    55. Gnedash, T. With Guerrillas of Fedorov (S Partizanami Fedorova).Kiev, 1948.

    56. Golosovskii, I. When the Wide Dnieper was in Flames (Kogda PylalShirokii Dnepr. A documentary novel about wartime activitiesof the underground in the Dnieper area. Gospolitizdat, Moscow,1962, 287 pp.

    57. Gorchakov, 0., Pavlov, V. A city of Unconquered Men (GorodNepokornykh). A documentary novel about the heroes of theRoslavl underground. Izdatelstvo Sovietskaia Rossia, Moscow,1962, 144 pp.

    58. Gorchakov, 0.', Pshimanovskii, Ia., We Draw the Fire (Vyzyvaem Ogonna Sebia). In this book are outlined the activities of an inter-national underground in the viUage of Seshcha during the war.Organizers were Soviet youth, Poles and Czechs. MolodaiaGvardia, Moscow, 196C, 238 pp.

    59. Granberg, M. This Happened in the ViUage of Pokrovsk (Eto Bylo vSele Pokrovskom). A story about underground pioneer organi-zation "KSP," 1941-1943. Izdatelstvo, Donetz, 1962, 52 pp.

    60. Grigorovieh, D. F. Kiev, A Hero City (Kiev-,Gorod-Geroi). Historicalsurvey about the defense of Kiev in 1941, its occupation, andliberation in 1943. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1962, 110 pp.

    61. Grun, M. Z. Flaming Hearts (Plamennye Serdtza). About the guerrillawarfare in Crimea. Politizdat, Moscow, 1962, 160 pp.

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  • 62, Guerrilla Fight with the German-Fascist Occupiers in the SmolenskArea, 1941-1943 (Partizanskaia Borba s Nemetzsko-fashistskiiiOkkipantami na Territorli Smolenshchiny, 1941-1948). Docu-ments and materials. Knizhizdat, Smolensk, 1962, 520 pp.

    63. Guerrilla Handbills of Leningrad Oblast, 19417-!944 (Listovki"PartizanskoJ Voiny v Leningradakoi Oblasti 1941-1944).Lenizdat, Leningrad, 1945, 316 pp.

    f64. Guerrilla Struggle of the Byelorussian People during the GreatFatherland War (I?artizanskaia Borba Belorusskogco Naroda v GodyVelikoi Obechest/ennni Voiny). Collection of recollectionsand articles by the active participants in the guerrilla war-fare. Gosizdat 3SSR, Minsk., 1959, 336 pp.

    65. Guerrillas of the Briansk Area (Partizany Brianshchiny). Collectionof stories of ex-guerrillas. Izdat Brianskii Rabochii, Briansk,1959, 483 pp.

    66. Guerrillas' True Stories (Partizanskie Byli). A collection of re-collections. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1958.

    67. Guskov, S. , Pochivalov, L. "Partisan Spark" (Partizanskaia Iskra).Description of actions by young guerrillas who were members ofan underground organization, "Partizanikaia Iskra," in Pribuzhe(area near Bug River). Izdatelstvo Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow,1956, 216 pp.

    68. Heroes and Deeds. Soviet handbills of the Great Fatherland War.(Geroi i 12odvigi). Gospolitizaat, Moscow, 1958, 563 pp.

    69. A Heroic Deed ,,f enilgrad (,eodvg Leningrada). Documentary andartistic notebook. Stories, sketches, and documentary accountsof the Soviet writers and military, participants in the defenseof Leningrad. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960, 620 pp.

    70. Heroid Kiev (Kiev Gproi). A collection of documents about the deedsof natives of Kiev during the Great Fatherland War. Obl. Knig.Izdat, Kiev, 1961, 425 pp,

    71. History of the Great Fathnrland War of the Soviet Union, 1941-1945,in 6 Vol. (Tstoria Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny SovietskoroSoiuza, 1941-1945). Has several sections dealing with theguerrilla warfare. Institute Marksizma-Leninizma Pri TzkKPSS, V 1-4, Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960-1962.$72. History of the Guerrilla Movement in Byelorussia (July 1941-November1942) (Istoria Partizanskogo Dvizheniia v Belorussii) (liul 1941-Noiabr 1942). Collection of documents. Institute Istorii PartiiPri Tzk KPB i lnititute Istorii An. BSSR. 1st Part Gosizdat BSSR,Minsk, 1962; the 2nd part is due to be published.

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  • I73. Ignatov, P. Notes of a Guerrilla (Zapiski Partizana). Izdat

    Moskovskii Rabochii, Moscow, 1099, 788 pp. Kazlitizdat,Alma-Ata, 1961, 310 pp. (in the KazarhJanguige).

    74. Ilinykh, I.A. Six Hundred Days in Battles and Campa is (ShetsotDnei v Boiakh i Fokhodaldm). About'the activities of the 4thKletnia guerrilla brigade "Za Rodinu." Izdat BrianskiiRabochii, Briansk, 1961, 260 pp.

    75. In the Enemy's Rear (V Tylu Vraga). Handbills of theguerrillaunits during the Great Fatherland War, 1941-1945. Edited byS.M. Kliatzkin. Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1962, 344 pp.

    76. In the Name of Fatherland (Vo Imia Otchizny). Komsomol and youthof the armed forces of the USSR during the great FatherlandWar. Literary and documentary collection. Voenizdat, Moscow,195v7, 519 pp. It includes some material aboat guerrillas.

    77. Ivanov, G.P. In the Enemy's Rear (V Tylu Vraga). Historicalsurvey. About the guerrilla movement in the Kuban area.Adygeiskoe Knigoizdat, Maikop, 1959, 191 pp. 2nd edition,Maikop, 1959, 191 pp. 2nd edition, Maikop, 1960.

    78. Kaisenov, K. Guerrillas of Pereiaslov (Partizany Pereiaslova).Kazgoslitizdat, Alma-Ata, 1959, 115 pp.

    79. Kaisenov, K. Ilko Vitrian (Ilko Vitrian). A story about aguerrilla. Kazgoslitizdat, Alma-Ata, 1955, 91 pp.; 1960, 120 pp.

    80. Kaisenov, K. Out of Death's Clutches (Iz Kogtei Smerti). Notes ofa guerrilla leader, active in the Ukraine. Kazgosizdat, Alma-Ata, 1959, 126 pp., 1960; 120 pp. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960.160 pp.

    81. Karitzkii, K.D. Leningrad Guerrillas, 1941-1945 (LeningradskiePartizany 1941-1945), Lenizdat, Leningrad, 1962, 96 pp.

    82. Karneev, A. The Young Guerrillas of the Smolensk Area (MolodyePartizany Smolehsnchiny). 2nd corrected edition. KnigizdatSmolensk, 1958, 155 pp.

    83. Kashitzkii,, I.V.. Meshcheriakov, V.A. Pages of Struggle (StranitzyBorby). A documentary story about an underground group thatoperated in Jonava. Gospolitizdat, Vilno, 1961, 110 pp.

    84. Kaupuzh, D. In the Light of Campfires (V Zareve Kostrov). Aboutthe Latvian guerrillas in the area of Kasav-Abrene. 1942-1943.Latgosizdat, Riga, 1958, 145 pp.

    85. Kazachenok, V. Whenthe Fatherland is in Danger (Kogda Rodina vOpasnosti). Notes of Minsk underground. Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk,1961, 282 pp.

    86. Khmyrov, A.P. Thus was Victory Forged (Tak Kovalas Pobeda). Communistsof Novorossiisk during the Great Fatherland War. Historical account.Krasnodar, 1962, 96 pp.

  • 87. Kiriaev, M.K., Zvedaev, V. A. G (Grishentzy). From thehistory of a special guerrilla unit "13I of S. V. Grishin.Knizg. lzdat, Smolensk, 1959, 105 pp.

    88. Kizia, L. E. Citizen Avengers (Narodnye Mstiteli), From thehistory (.C guerrilla action in the Rovno area. Knig.-zhur.Izdat, Lvov, 1960, 171 pp.

    89:. Klok-ov, V. I. The Struggle of the Slavic People against the FascistSublugaltors, 1939-1945 (Borba Narodov S1aviansMikh Stran ProtivFashistskikh Porabotitelei, 1939-1945). Izdat An USSR, Kiev,1961, 430 pp.

    I+ 90. Lkokov, V. M., Kulik, I., Slinko, I., Peoples Struggle in theUkraine during the Great Fatherland War (Narodnia Borotb--naSUkraini v Roki VelikoiVitchzniano Voiny). Kiev, 1957.

    91. Kondratov, A. The IXth Fort (IX Fort). German atrocities againstpolitical prisoners, and the struggle of the Communist under-ground. Gospolitiauchizdat, Vilno, 1961, 56 pp.

    92. Konovalov,. V. G. Heroes of the Odessa Underground (Geroi OdesskogoPodpolia). Aboi+t the activities of the-communist undergroundduring the War. Gosizdat, Moscow, 1959, 263 pp.

    93. Korolev, N. F. In the Forests of Kalevala (V Lesakh Kalevaly).Notes of a guerrilla-unit commissar.--Knizhizdat, Vologda, 1960,200 pp.

    94, Korolev, N. F. P-ons of the People (Synovia Naroda).. Recollectionsof the leader of a unit that operated in Byelorussia. GosizdatBSSR Minsk, 1955, 162 pp.

    95. Kcvpak, S. A. From Putivl to the Carpathian Mogntains (Ot Putivliado Karpat). About the guerrila movement in the Ukraine.Gosizdat, Moscow, 1945; Tadzhikgosizdat, Stalinabad, 1955,292 pp.; Gosizdat, Kiev, 1961, 203 pp.

    96. Kozakov, N. When Hatred Takes the Heart (Kogda Gnev ObzhigaetSerdtza). A documentary account of guerrilla activity in theSmolensk area. Knig. Izdat, Smolensk, 1-961, 307 pp.

    97. Kozlov, I. Crimean Undei round (V. Krymskom Podpol'e). Recollec-tions. Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1952; 1954, 472 pp.' Knizhizdat,Kazan, 1954, 404 pp.; Izdat Sovietskii Pisatel, Moscow, 1960,544 pp.

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  • 98. Kozlov, V. I. People of a Special Kind (Liudi Osobugo Sklada)About the guerrilla movement in Byelorussia. Izdat MolodaiaGvardia, Moscow, 1952, 326 pp.; 1959, 303 pp. (translationfrom Byclorussian); Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1958, 325 pp. (inByelorussian).

    99. KPSS - Inspirer and Organizer of the Victory of the Soviet Peopleduring, the Great Fatherland War (KPSS - Vodkhnovitel i Organi-zator Pobedy Sovetskogo Naroda v Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voine).f Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1959.

    100. Krauchanka, I. S. Byelorussian Communist Party Won,& in the Enemy'sRear. 1941-1944 (Rabota Kompartii Belorussii u Tyiu Voroga,1941---1944). Izdat An. BSSR, Minsk, 1959, 174 pp.

    101. Kravchenko, I. M., editor. From the History of the Guerrilla Move-ment in Byelorussia, 1.941-1944. (iz Istorii PartizanskogoDvizhenia v Belorussii v 1941-1944). A collection of recollec-tions. Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1961, 505 pp.

    102, Kravchenko, 1. S. The Byelorussian Komosomol Struggle Against theGerman-Fascist Occupiers During the Great Fatherland War(Komsomol Belorussii v Borbe Protiv Nemetzko-FashistskikhOkkupantov v Period Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny). 2nd Edition.Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1958, 45 pp.

    103. Kravchenko, I. S., Zaleskji, A. I. The B ~elorussian People duringthe Great Fatherland War (BelorussW' Narod v God"' VelekoiOteehestvennoi Voiny)7. Izdat. An. BSSR, Minsk, 1959, 176 pp.

    104. KrivitzskLi, A.. Krainov, P. In the Briansk Forests (V BrianskikhLesakh). Combat activity of a guerrilla unit. Izdat BrianskiiRabochii, Brainsk, 1956, 160 pp.

    105. Kurbatova, P. I. Smolensk Party Organization during the Great Father-land War (Smolenskaia Partiinaia 0rganizatziia v Gody VelikoiNtechestvennoi Voiny). Smolensk:. 1958.

    106. Kurskaia Oblast during the Great Fatherland War of the Soviet Union.1941-1945 (Kurskaia Oblast v Period Velikoi OtechestvennoiVoiny Sovietskogo Soiuza, 1941-1945). Collection of documentsand materials, Vol: II. Knig. Izdat, Kursk, 1962, 643 pp.Vol. I (1941-1943), 1960, 487 pp.

    107. Kuzetzov, V. I., Bruiukhanov, L., I. Son of the People (Syn Naroda).A biography of a guerrilla-scout, a ero of' the Soviet Union, N.L Kuznetzov. Knigizdat, Sverdlovsk, 1961, 68 pp.

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  • 108. Kuznetzov, A., Paniushkin, N. A Story of the Young UndergroundWorkers (Povest o Milodykh Podpolohikakh). A doctumentary accountI ~of the military activities of Comsomol Youth and Youth from Simferopolunderground organization ' -,r',~.e Great Fatherland War..

    109. Kvitzaridze, D. V. In the Ordyshq,-:Th Fo-est (V Ordyshevskom Lesu).I Notes of a guerrilla. Detiuinizdat Tiiisi, 1957, 122 pp.110. Leningrad during the Great.Fatherland War of the.Soyjet Union

    (Leningrad v Velkoi Otechestvennoi Soviet~i-k6 Soiuza).Ac~ollection of documents. Lenizdat, Leningrad, Vol. I, 1944,f 412 pp.; Vol. 11, 1947, 492 pp.

    111. Leonov, L.. S. 'HghTatry (Vysokie Tatry).. From a guerrilla notebook.Activities of a guerrilla-diversion ist group in 1944-1945 inCzeckoslovakia. Voenizdat,, Moscow, 1957, 462 pp.

    112. Levit, S. E. The Moldavian SSR during the years of the Great Father-land War of the Soviet Union against the Fascist In~v~aders,__ ,941-1945. (M4oldvskaia SER _VGody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny Soviet-s~oZgo Soiuza Protiv Fashistskikh Zakhvatchikov, 1941-1945). (Thesis).Gosizdat, Kishinev, 1956.

    113. 'Liashchenko, V. A Punishing City (Karaiushchii Gorod). A documentaryaccount of the `Mogilev guerrillas. Izdat Molodia Gvardia, Moscow,1961, 72 pp.

    114. Lights of Guerrilla Friendshi -p (Ogni Partizanskoi Druzhby). GosizdatBSSR, Minsk, 1962, 419 pp.

    115. Lilin, T. Ia. They are Glorified by the Motherland (Ikh Slavit Rodina).A Documentary account of Soviet'women participants in the GreatFatherland War. Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1959, 176 pp.

    116. Linkov, G. M. War in the EneMyts Rear (Boina v Tylu Braga). Notesof a guerrill -who participated in Byelorussian operations. Gos-litizdat, Moscow, 1956, 599 pp.; Mordovskoe Kn~izhnoe Izdatelstuvo.,Saransk, 1960, 622 pp.

    117. Lipilo, P. P. The Commnunist Party of Byelorussia - Organizer and Leaderof the Guerrilla Movement in Byelorussia during the Great Father-land War (Kompartii'a Belorussii Organizator i Rukovoditel Parti-ia-nskogo Dvizheniia Belorussii v Gody Velikoi Oteehestvennoi Voiny).Gosizdat, BSSR, Minsk, 1959, 259 pp.

    118. Liventzev, V. A Guerrilla Region (Partizanskii Krai). Recollectionsof a comman-der of a guerrilla brigade that was active in Byelorussia.Gosizdat, BSSR, Minsk, 1956, 385 pp.

    119. tLobanov, V. E. Fighting for the Motherland (V Boiakh za Rodirnu). Aboutthe guerrillas of the Vitebsk a-rea. Gosizdat, BSSR Minsk, 1961, 360 pp.

    120. Lobanov, V. E'. Guerrillas of Vitebsk Area and their Fight for Fatherland(Partizany Vitebshc'hiny v Boiakh Za Rodinu). Gosizdat, 3SSR Mi-n-Sk,11959.' 232 pp.; 1960, 232 pp.

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    3121. Lukin, A. Scouts (Razvedchiki). About D. N. Medvedev'sguerrilla unit. Izdat Znanie, Moscow, 1962, 127 pp.

    122. Lutka, P. Shots are Heard in a Forest (V Leou Gremiat Vystrely).Recollections of a guerrilla. Gosltizdat, Vilno, 1958, 284 pp.123. Lynkou, M. Days for the Centuries toRemember (Vekapominyia Dni).A historical novel in 4 vol. About the M"insk underground andguerrilla movement in Byelorussia. Gosizdat, BSSR, Minsk, 16958.

    j 124. Makarov, N. Guerrilla Saga (Partizanskie Byli). About guerrillasfrom the Kalinin area. Knigizdat, KMlinin, 1959, 135 pp.

    125. Makarov, P. V. Guerrillas of Tavria (Partizany Tavrii). Voenizdat,Moscow, 1960, 383 pp..

    126. Makedonskii, K. Flames over Crimea (Plamia Nad.Krymoin). Storiesabout a Southern Crimean Unit. Krymizdat, Simferopol, 1960,254 pp.

    1 127. Marchenkov, D. The Beginning of a Victory (Tak Machinalas Pobeda).Heroism of the Soviet people during the Great Fatherland War.Knigizdat, Smolensk, 1960, 96 pp.

    128. Martzishek, G. We Are on Our Land (My na Svoei Zemle). Recollectionsabout V. A. Molodtzov's guerrilla unit. Knigizdat, Odessa, 1959,170 pp.; 1960, 170 pp.

    129. Matiukas, A. K. Following the Heroes' Footsteps (Po Stopam Geroev).Stories about the struggle of the Lithuanian people during thewar. Gospolitnauchizdat, Vilno, 1961, 80 pp.

    130. Matziiauskas, I. The Motherland Calls (Rodina Zovet), A documentary{ account of the Lithuanian people's struggle during the war.Voenizdat, Moscow, 1960, 320 pp.

    131. Medvedev, D. It Happened Near Rovno (Eto Bylo Pod Rovno). Deedsof a guerrilla unit, 1942-1944. Kirgizgosizdat, Frunze, 1957,251 pp.

    S132. Medvedev, D. Strong in Spirit (Silnye Dukhom). Battle accounts ofa guerrilla unit that fought near Rovno, 1942-1944. Gosizdat,Tashkent, 1954, 554 pp.; Voenizdat, Moscow, 1957, 492 pp.;Izdat, Sovetskii Pisatel, Moscow, 1957, 480 pp.; 1959, 486 pp.;Knizhizdat, Barnaul, 1960, 486 pp.

    133. Melnik, E, Path to the Underground (Doroga k Podpoliiu). Krymizdat,Simferopol, 1961, 315 pp. About the guerrillas in the Crimea.

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  • I134. Molchenko, V., Petrov, M. Heroic Deeds of the Ukrainian Youthin the Enemy's Re;r during the Crest Fatherland War(Geroicheskie Podvigi Molodezhl Ukrainy V Tylu Vraga vGody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny). Kiev, 1958, 36 pp.

    135. "Molodaia Gvardia" (Molodala Gvardia). A collection ofdocuments and recollections about a heroic struggle of theunderground in Krasnodon during the Fascist occupation(July 1942-February 1943). Izdat, Molod, Kiev, 1960, 278 pp.

    136. Monchunskas, T. I. Guerrillas of Rudinsk Forest (Partizany RdinskoiI Pushchi). Recollections. Gospolitizdatnauchizdat, Vilno, 1959,344 pp.

    137. Moskvin, N. Guerrilla Footpath (Partizanskimi Tropami). Kngigzdat,Smolensk. 1961, 229 pp. Recollections of a former guerrillabattalion commander of the 13th Regiment.

    138. Naumov, M. A Steppe Raid (Stepnoi Reid), A documentary novel ofthe Ukrainian guerrillas, Izdatelstvo Molod, Kiev, 1957, 257 pp.

    139. Naumov, M. I. Chinelsk Campaign (Khinelskie Pokhody). Voenizdat,Moscow, 1954; Knigizdat, Perm, 1959, 420 pp.; Gosizdat KhudozhestvennoiLiteratury, Kiev, 1960, 403 pp.

    140. Nechaev, M. Following the Steps of Heroes (Po Sledam Geroev).A documentary account about the guerrilla. N. Potezeluev. Knigizdat,Penza, 1962, 92 pp.

    141. Ned.zvetzkii, A., Fedorov, V. Where the River Navlia Flows (Tam gdetechet Navlia). A documentary account by the Comsomoi membersfrom Briansk Oblast during the war. Izdatelstvo BrianskiiRabochii, Briansk, 1960, 165 pp.

    142. Nfkolaev, V., Shcherbakov, A. When One is not Afraid of Death (KogdaSmert ne Strashna). Notes about the Obolsk Komsomol undergroundorganization during the war. Izdat Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow1.958, Ill pp.

    143. Novikov, 1. Shots Come Point Blank from the Ruins (Ruiny Streliaiutv Upor). A documentary account about the underground in Byelorussiaduring the war. Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1962, 435 pp.

    144C. Novikow, I. Vera Khoruzhaia (Vera Khoruzhaia). Life and activitiesof a dedicated Communist. Gosizdat, Moscow 1962, 255 pp.Guerrilla actions of V. Khoruzhaia in Byelorussia.

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  • 9 145. Odessa Dur~ng the Great Fatherland War of the Soviet Union (Odessa vVelikoi Oteches`tvennol Sovietsk6gb $oiuza'). DocUwe'ts andmaterials. Vol. I-III, Odessa, 1948, 1949, 1951.

    1146. Orlov Oblast During the Great Fatherland War, 1941-1945 (Orlovskia.Oblast v GodyVelkoi Otechestvennoi Voiny 1941-1945). Documents( and materials. Orlovskoe Knizhizdat, Orel, 1960, 495 pp.

    147. Path of a Hero (Put Garo~a). About a hero of the Soviet Union1 guerrilla Mekhti Cusein-zade. Detiunizdat, Baku, 1959, 173 pp.148. Path of.Struggle (Tropami Borby). Recollections. About the heroic

    fight of the Esthonian people. Estgosizdat, Tallin, 1960, 417 pp.

    1 149. Path of Struggle (Tropami Borby). Collection of documents andSrecollections about the activities of Vologda guerrillas. Knizh.Izdat, Vologda, 1961, 127 pp.

    150. People's Militia of Moscow (Narodnoe Opolchenie Moskvy). A collectionof recollections of former fighters and leaders, members of theMoscow militia. Izdatelstvo Moscovskii Rabochii, Moscow, 1961,336 pp.

    S151. Peoplets Revyenge (Narodniz Mest). From the History of guerrilla warfareSinthe area of Logoisk rayon during the Great Fatherland War.

    Izdatelstvo Novaia Veska, Logoisk, 1959, 77 pp,

    152. Piatnitzskii, M. In Unruly Minsk (U Nepokornym Minsku). About aKomsomol undergund in Minsk and its connection with the guerrillas.Gosizdat, BSSR Minsk, 1959, 120 pp.

    153. Polianovskii, M. A Story about a Young Girl-Scout (Povest o lunoiRazvedchitze), About a Moscow Comsomol gLrj, ,T, iauer, whoworked for more than two years in occupied Minsk. Gospolitizdat,Moscow, 1961, 128 pp.

    154. Ponamorenko, P. K. Guerrilla Activity in the Great Fatherland War(Partizarskoe Dvizhenie v Velikoi Otechestvenoi Voine). Gospolitizdat,Moscow, 1943.

    155. Popov, F. 0. Fight of the People of the MoCilev Area Against theGerman Fascists (Borba Mogilevchan Protiv Nemetzkikh Fashistov).Nogilev, 1958, 28 pp.1 156. Prudnikov, M. S. Untouchables (Neulovimye). Guerrilla activity in

    Byelorussia, 194i-L945. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1961, 207 pp,

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  • 157. Rashkevitz, A. GuerrillaNotes (Zapiski Partizan4). Recellent0onsabout guerrillas in Latvia. Iatgosizdat, Riga, 1961, 304. pp,

    158. Ratushnov, N. A Campaign (V Boevom Pokhode). Notes about activitiesof the 208th guerii1la unit in the territory of Byelorussia,1 1941-1944. Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1960, 233 pp.

    159. Romanov, A. In the UncoQnuered Land (Na Zeml* Nepokorenoi). Notesof a guerrilla. Accounts of a former member of a brigade, "ZaSovietskuiu Belorussiu," Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1962, 297 pp.

    160. Romanovskii, V. F. Against the Falsification of the Hiptory of, theSoviet Guerrilla Movement (Protiv FalsiJfkatzii i~torii SovetslogoPartizanskogo Dvizhenia). Gosizdat 5SSR, Minsk, I,62, 90 pp.

    161. Sablin, V. V. Father Minai (Batko Minal). A documentary account abouta guerrilla, MR F'. Shmirev. Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk, 1959, 240 pp.

    162. Saburov, A. Behind the Front (Za Liniei Fronta)., Book I. GuerrillaRegion. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1955, 320 pp. Book II?

    163. Saburov, A. N. A Mysterious Note (Tainstvennaia Zapiska). Adocumentary account of guerrilla warfare in the Ukraine, IzdatPravda, Moscow, 1962, 63 pp.

    164. Samson, V. Kurzemsk Guerrillas (Kurzemskie Partizany). Latgosizdat,Riga, 1956, 234 pp.; 1959, 387 pp. (in Latvian).

    "- 165. Sarentz, M. G. Unconquered Region (Nepokorennyi Krai). About theguerrillas in the Stavropol region during the war. Knigizdat,Stavropol, 1962, 159 pp.

    { 166. Savinov, E. Friends of Zoina (Zoiny Tovarishchi). A documentarynovel about guerrillas. Knizh. Izdat, laroslavl, 1959, 104 pp.

    1.67. Semenov, A. Winds over Briansk Forest (Shumel Surovo BrianskiiLes). Recollections by a leader of guerrilla activity and ofthe Communist underground in the Briansk area. Voenizdat,Moscow, 1960. 248 pp.

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  • 168. Shamko E. Guerrilla Activity in the Crime#, 1941-1944 (PartizanskoeDvizhenie v Krymu v 1941-1944). Krymizdat, Simferopol, 1959, 169 pp,

    169. Shcherbatov, G. Guerrilla Lights (Partizanskie Ogni).. Guerrilla warfarein Byelorussiia. zdat Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow, 1959, 180 pp.

    170. Shelepin, A. N. The Comsomol during the Great Fatherland War of theSoviet Union (Komsomol v Cody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny' Soviet-skdgo Soiuza), Participation of the Comsomol in guerrilla warfare.Izdat Pravda, Moscow, 1949.

    171. Sheverdalkin, P. R. Guerrilla Warfare in Novgorod Land (Novgorod, 1957,171 pp. (Partizanskaia Voina ', Novgorodsko-Zeimle).

    172. Sheverdolkin, P. R. Heroic Struggle of Leningrad Guerrillas (GeroicheskaiaBorba Leningradskikh Partisan). Lenizdat, Leningrad, 19*59, 307 pp.

    173. Sheverdalkin, P. R. Leningrad Guerrillas (Leningradskie Partizany).Lenizdat, Leningrad, 1947, 220 pp.

    174. Shkriabach, Ia, Road to Moldavia (Doroga v Moldaviiu). A recollectionof a guerrilla-eader. 2nd Edition. Gosizdat Moldavii, Kishinev,19583 423 pp.

    175. Shliapin, I. M. Shvarov, N. A. Fomichenko, I. Ia. The Communist PartyDuring gte Great Fatherland War (Kommunisticheskaia Partia v godySVelikoi techestvennoi Voiny.- Moscow, 1958.

    176. Shorokhov, A. F. Guerril Paths (Partizanskimi Tropami). Notes ofa scout-girl. Voenizt , Moscow, 1961, 295 pp.

    177. Shtaras, P. Struggle of the Lithuanian People for the Freedom of theirMotherland during the Greht Fatherland War (Borba Litovskogo Narodaza Svobodu Rodiny v Velikoi Ot-echestvennoi Voine). Gospolitnauchizdat,Vilno, 1956, 32 pp.

    178. Simakoy, S. In a Forest Near the Pront (V Lesu Prifrontovom). Notesof a guerrilla leader who was fighting in Kivastovichesk Raion ofKaluga Oblast.

    179. Simanenkov, I. A Brave KQmsomol Girl (Otvazhnaia Komsomolka).Sketches about war heroine, A. Zverzdina, secretary of the under-ground Komsomol organization in Olonetzk. Gosizdat Karel.skoi ASSR,Petrozavodsk, 1961, 36 pp.

    180z, Smnirnov, S. A. Murmansk Oblast during the Great Fatherland War.(Murmanskaia Ob]ast v Gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi. VoinyT) nizhSIzdat, Murmansk, 1959, 120 pp.

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  • 181. Sobole:v, I. The "Vera" Grou (Gruppa Vera). Guerrilla movement inPskov Oblast Izdat Molodaia Gvardia, Moscow, 1960, 40 pp.

    182. Sokolov, V. Guerrilla Region (Krai Partizanskii), A short review aboutguerrilla activity in Briansk Oblast. Izdat Brianskii Rabochii,_Briansk, 1959, 32 pp.

    183. Soviet Guerrillas (Sovietskie Partizany). Fromn the history of theSoviet guerrilla movement during the Great Fatherland War.Collection of articlps about the guerrilla movement in the RSFSR,Byelorussia, Ukraine, Moldavia, and in the Baltic republics.Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1961, 82O jpy.

    184. Stanovskii,, S. Guerrillas (Partizany). Notes about activities ofthe Yalta guerrilla unit, November 1941-October 1942. Krymizdat,Simferopol, 1954, 192 pp.; 1959, 214 pp.

    185. Starchenko, E. Stronger than the Death (Siinee Smerti). Recollectionsabout guerrilla activity in ZhitoZir ObLast. Izdatelstvo KartiaMoldvenska, Kishinev, 1.962, 333 p1.

    1 186. Stepanov, E. Guerrilla Paths (Partizanskimi Tropami). Recollectionsof members of guerrilla activity in the Crimea. 3rd Edition. Knig-

    SIzdatelstvo, Sacatov, 1958, 292 pp. Krymizdat, Simferopol, 1961,308 pp.

    187. Stronger than a Death (Silnee Smnurti). Notes about Komsomol membersand youth of Lithuania during the Great Fatherland War. Gospolit-nauchizdat, Vilno, ]961, 190 pp. (in Lithuanian).

    188. Strutinskii, N. Along the Path of Inuaortality (Dorogoi Bessmertiia).A documentary novel about underground in the city of Lutzk duringthe war. Kn-zhur lzdat, Lvov, t9b2, 242 pp.

    189. Suprunenko, i. I. The Ukraine during the Great Fatherland War.(Ukraina v Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voine). Kiev, 1956.

    190. Telkanov, Sergei. Brave Hearts (Muzhestvennye Serdtza). About theguerrillas of the'Great Fatherland War, Knizh Izdat, Khabarovsk,1960;. 195 pp.

    1 191. Telpukhovskii, B. S. Great Fatherland War of the Soviet Union, 1941-1945 (Velikaia Otechestvennaia Voina Sovetskogo Soluza, 1941-1945).Has sections on guerrilla warfare. Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1959,410 pp.

    192. Telpukhovskii, B. S., Editor. Short History of the Great FatherlandWar, 1941-1945 (Ocherki Istorii Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny).yHas sections on the guerrilla warfare. Izdit, AN. USSR, Moscow,1955, 534 pp.

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  • I193. They Fought for our Happiness (Oni Srazha.is za Nashe Schaste).

    Izdat Novgorodskaia Pravda, Novgorod, 1959, 17 pp.

    194. They Made Stavropol Famous (Qni Proslavili Stavropole). Notes about!heroes of "the GreaL Fa,1ha:rl.and War. Knigoizdatelstvo, Stavropol,1962, 136 pp.f 195. Tiabut, D. V. Road to Victory (Put k Pobedv). Recollections of a

    leader of the Voroshilov guerrilla unit, Gosizdat BSSR, Minsk,1959, 94 pp.

    196. Titov, A.. A Road of Friends:,L. (jo'-ga Dru.4iv). Notes of a guerrilla.Gosizdat BSSR, Minsl, 1955,b 23.6 j p.

    197. Tovkaev, M. On the Battle Fie~lds (Na Poliakh Srazhenii). A storyof the mountain people T i-e fight against the Fascist occupiers.Dahknigoizdat, Makhachkala, 1961,71 pp.

    198. Tronkc, P. Eternal Life of Youth (Bessmortie Iunykh). Actionsof Komsomol guerrillas in the Ukr-aine. iTzdat Molodaia Gvardai,Moscow, 1958, 168 pp.

    199. Vaupshas, S. Lights of R even (Ogn4 Mshcheniia). Recollections ofa guerrilla. Gospolitizat, ViL.o, 1955, 646 pp.

    200. Va,'pshasov, S,. A. Partisan Chronicle (Parti;;anskaia Khronika). Recollec-tions of a guerrilla in MMinskblast. Vocnizdat, Moscow, 1959, 472 pp,;1961, 480 pp.

    201. Vergasov, I. In the Mountains of Tavriia L0.imial (V Gorakh Tavrii).About the activities of Crimean guerrillas. Krymizdat Simferopol,19'5, 256 pp.; Voenizdat, Moscow, 1956, '.80 pp.; 1959, 2,10 pp.;.oslitizdat, Kiev, 1961, 250 pp. (in Ukx-iinian).

    202. Vr--khos, V., Garelik, A. It Happened in Skidel (Eto Bylo v Skidele).About an underground omsomol organization in Skidel during thewar. Gosizdat BSSR Minsk, 1962, 48 pp.

    203. Vershigora, P. People with a Clean Conscien,[email protected] (Uti~di s Chistoi Sovestiu).Moscow, 1952.

    204. Vershigora, P. P. Military Creativity of the Masses (Voennoe TvorchestvoNarodnykh Mass). Historical survey; about the forms of guerrillawarfare. Voenizdat, Moscow, 1961, 824 pp.

    205. Veselov, I. Three Years in the Enemy Rear (Tri Goda v Tylu Vraga).Notes of a guerrilla. Knigoizdatestvo 1Perr,, 1961, 176 pp. Recollec-tions of a Commissar of a guerrilla brigadie that foaght near Leningrad.

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  • 206. Vildzhunas, V. On the Hills of Aukshtaitii (Na Kholmakh Aukshtaitii).Recollections of a guerrilla. Obsizdat, Vilno, 1954, 220 pp.

    207. Vinogradov, I. On the Banks of the River Shelonr (Na BeregakhSheloni). Sketch of the Leningrad guerrilla region. Moscow,1963.

    ( 208. Vinogradov, I. RoadAcross the Front (Doroga Cherez Front). Notesof a guerrilla. Kntzhnoe Izdatelstvo'Voronezh, 1961, 315 pp.

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    212. Volf, A. In the Strange Country (V Chuzhoi Straine). A documentarynovel about guerrilla warfare in Belgium and participation in itby Soviet prisoners of war during World War II. Saratov, 1960,472 pp.

    213. Volin, B. Peoplets Guerrilla War (Vsenarodnaia Partizanakaia Voina).Gospolitizdat, Moscow, 1942.

    214. Vorobiev, F.D., Kravtzov, V.M., The Great Fatherland War of theSoviet Union, 1941-1945 (Velikaia Otechestvennaia Voina SovietskogoSoiuza). It includes sections on guerrilla activity. Voenizdat,Moscow, 1961, 456 pp.

    215. Workers of Kharkov Oblast During the Great Fatherland War (Trudiashchiesia"Kharkovskoi Oblasti v Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voine). Knizh. Izdat,Kharkov, 1960, 204 pp.

    216. Zalesskii, A.I. In the Guerrilla Regions and Zones (V Pat-tizanskikhKraiakh i Zonakh). Patriotic deed of the Soviet peasants in theenemy rear, 1941-1944. Sotzizdat, Moscow, 1952, 397 pp

    217. Zalesskii, A.I. Journey into the Grim Past (Pute shestvie ' SurovoeProshloe). Life of the Byelorussian peasants in the guerrillaregion. Gosizdat BSSR. Minsk, 1960, 117 pp.

    218. Zale,%'ii, A.I. Life of Byelorussian Peasants in the Guerrilla Region(Byt Belorusskikh Krestian v Partizanskom Krae). Izdatelstvo AnBSSR., Minsk, 1960, 210 pp.

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  • I219. Zalesskii, S., Sukhorukov, P. Blood on the Grass (Obagrennyi Kovyl).2nd Edition. Kolmykizdat, Ei!tit 1962 A documentary accountabout the guerrilla movement in the Kalmykia and about the under-ground struggle in the city of Eiista during the war.

    220, Zaporog Oblast During the Great Fatherland War (Zaporozhskaia Oblastv Gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny). A coJ.oction of documents.Knigkizddat, Zaporozhe, 1959, 363 pp.

    221. Zazeka, Ia. Guerrilla Paths (Partizanskie Tropy). About the Byelorussianguerrilla unit. Gosizdat BSSR Minsk, l9a9 34 pp.

    222. Zemskov, A.A., Nechipurenko, V.I. The Goyrnun'st Party, the Inspirerof the Victory of the Soviet People during the Fatherland War(Kommunisticheskaia Partia-Vdokhnovitel i Organizator PobedySovietskogo Naroda v Velikoi OtechestvennoiVoine). Moscow, 1959.

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  • ILI

    SUBJ E CT INDEX

    Entry NumberBrest Oblast, operations in . ....... . 211

    ( Briansk, operations in...... ............ 7, 31, 65, 104 141, 167,182

    Byelorussia, operations in ..... ........... 6, 36, 48, 52, 64, 72,94, 98, 100-103, 116-18,123, 143-44, 156, 158,169, 183, 186, 217-18,221, 227

    Crimea, operations in .... ............... 61., 97, 126, 133, 168, 201

    Dnieper area, operations in .... ..........

    Esthonia, operations in . .. ..... .......... [48

    Kalinin area, operations in ........... . ... L24

    Kaluga Oblast, operations in .... ........... 44, 53, 178, 228

    Kaunas, operations in ...... ............. 44, 209-10

    Kiev, operations in ..... ... ............. 60, 70

    Kishinev, operations in ..... ............ 3. .

    Komeomol underground ..... ............ ... 3, 6, 11, 39, 44, 47, 76,{ 102 0 108$ 141-42, 152-53,170, 179, 187, 198, 202,209-10, 225-26

    Kovpak campaign ...... ................. .

    Kuban area, operations in ..... ............ 77

    "20 -

  • Latvia, operations in ..................... , 4, 157

    Leaflets, pamphlets, handbills . ...... 63, 68, 75

    (i Leningrad region, operations in ........ 20, 63, 61, 110,172-73, 205, 207

    Lithuania, operations in.............. . . . . 30, 129, 130, 177, 187

    SMemoirs or rno-tes of guerrillas...... . . 4--5, 8, 10-12, 21-22, 24-25,304 32-34, 37, 47, 50-52,54, 64, 66, 69, 73, 80, 93-94,97, 101, 109, 116, 118, 122,128, 135-36, 148-49, 159,1 174, 176, 186, 195-96, 206,

    Minsk Oblast, operations in ............ .... 2, 85, 123, t52-53, 200

    Odessa, operations in ..... ............... 1.4, 92, 145

    "People's Militia of Leningrad" ........ . .. 20fIRovno area, operations in ............ ... 19, 88,,

    Rudnisk Forest, operations in ........... .... 136 J

    Sevastopol, operations in ........ .. 27

    Smolensk area, operations in ..... .......... 28, 35, 62, 82, 96, 105

    Source documents, chronologies,and bibliographies ..... ........... .36-37, 43, 48, 62,

    70-72, 76-77, 86, 89,I 106, T10, 145-46, 183,. . -204, "211, 22,0, 224

    IStavropol region, operations in . ...... . 165-~21 -

  • Utrlxanev operatioratd .. . . . . . . 51,23-2,, 29, 40, 4'225

    Vitebsk area, oPerstlous In . I .... 4

    44,l 19k

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