Kollontaĭ Aleksandra Mikhaĭlovna (1872-1952). Fond 134, 1888-1975.

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Kollontaĭ, A. (Aleksandra), 1872-1952. 880-01 Kollontaĭ Aleksandra Mikhaĭlovna (1872-1952). Fond 134, 1888-1975.

Kollontaĭ Aleksandra Mikhaĭlovna (1872-1952). Fond 134, 1888-1975.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: knigi, pʹesy, statʹi, vospominanii︠a︡, tezisy, lekt︠s︡ii, doklady, avtobiograficheskie dokumenty, fotografii A.M. Kollontai; dokumenty sluzhebnoĭ dei︠a︡telʹnosti v kachestve narkoma gosudarstvennogo prizrenii︠a︡; statʹi i vospominanii︠a︡ o A.M. Kollontaĭ; dokumenty semʹi Kollontaĭ; vyrezki stateĭ, intervʹi︠u︡, dokladov A.M. Kollontaĭ iz angliĭskoĭ, nemet︠s︡koĭ, frant︠s︡uzskoĭ, shvedskoĭ, finskoĭ, russkoĭ periodicheskoĭ pechati za 1906-1948 gg. Tematika: mezhdunarodnoe zhenskoe dvizhenie, vneshni︠a︡i︠a︡ politika Rossii i SSSR, istorii︠a︡ rossiĭskoĭ sot︠s︡ial-demokratii, Pervai︠a︡ mirovai︠a︡ voĭna, Velikai︠a︡ Otechestvennai︠a︡ voĭna, ekonomicheskoe i politicheskoe polozhenie Norvegii, Shvet︠s︡ii, Meksiki; istorii︠a︡, kulʹtura i torgovye svi︠a︡zi Shvet︠s︡ii, sot︠s︡ialisticheskai︠a︡ kulʹtura. Personalii: V.I.Lenin, I.V. Stalin, M.M. Litvinov, G.V. Plekhanov, E.D. Stasova, V.D. Bonch-Bruevich, V.M. Molotov, A.A. Bogdanov, A.I︠A︡. Vushinskiĭ, G.E. Zinovʹev, M.M. Litvinov, I.M. Maĭskiĭ, E.V. Tarle.

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