The Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB

By Christopher Andrew; Vasili Mitrokhin | Go to book overview

BIBLI0GRAPHY

1. Mitrokhin's Archive
Mitrokhin's notes and transcripts are arranged in four sections:
i. k-series: handwritten notes on individual KGB files, stored in large envelopes;
ii. t-series: handwritten notebooks containing notes on individual KGB files;
iii. vol.-series: typed volumes containing material drawn from numerous KGB files, mostly arranged by country, sometimes with commentary by Mitrokhin;
iv. frag-series: miscellaneous handwritten notes.

2. Published Collections of Soviet Documents Containing KGB Material
Andrew, Christopher, and Gordievsky, Oleg (eds.), Instructions from the Centre: Top Secret Files on KGB Foreign Operations, 1975-1985 ( London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1990); slightly revised US edition published as Comrade Kryuchkov's Instructions: Top Secret Files on KGB Foreign Operations, 1975-1985 ( Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1993)
Andrew Christopher, and Gordievsky Oleg (eds.), More Instructions from the Centre: Top Secret Files on KGB Global Operations, 1975-1985 ( London: Frank Cass, 1991)
Cold War International History Project Bulletin: regularly publishes declassified Soviet official documents, including some KGB reports to the Politburo (see articles cited in section 3 of the bibliography)
Fond 89: documents assembled in late 1991 for the prosecution of the CPSU (including some KGB reports), available on Chadwyck-Healey microfilm
Hanson Philip, Soviet Industrial Espionage: Some New Information ( London: RIJA, 1987)
Koenker Diane P., and Bachman Ronald D. (eds.), Revelations from the Russian Archives ( Washington, DC.: Library of Congress, 1997)
Russian Foreign Intelligence (VChk-KGB-SVR): 1996 CD-Rom produced by the SVR, containing brief extracts from declassified KGB documents
Scammell Michael (ed.), The Solzhenitsyn Files ( Chicago: Edition q, 1995): includes some KGB reports
Stepashin Sergei, et al (eds.), Organy Gosudarstvennoi Bezopastnosti SSSR v Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voine: Sbornik Dokumentov: vol. 1 ( November 1938-December 1940); vol. 2 ( January-June 1941) ( Moscow: Kniga i Biznes, 1995)
Tsvigun S. K. et al (eds.), V. I. Lenin i VChk: Sbornik Documentov ( 1917- 1922gg) ( Moscow: Izdatelstvo Politicheskoi Literaturi, 1975)
VENONA: decrypted Soviet telegrams (many concerning intelligence operations), mostly for the period 1940-8, accessible on the NSA website: http://www.nsa.gov:8080/

3. Other Publications Cited in the Notes
Acheson Dean, Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department ( New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1969)
Adereth M., The French Communist Party: A Critical History (1920-84). From Comintern to "The Colors of France" ( Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1984)
Agabekov Georgi, OGPU ( New York: Brentano's, 1931)
Agee Philip, Inside the Company: CIA Diary ( London: Allen Lane, 1975; US paperback edition, New York. Bantam Books, 1976)
Agee Philip, On The Run ( London: Bloomsbury, 1987)
Agee Philip, "What Uncle Sam Wants to Know about You: The KIQs," first published as a pamphlet in 1977; reprinted in Agee Philip, and Wolf Louis, Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe ( London: Zed Press, 1978)
Agee Philip, and Wolf Louis, Dirty Work: The CIA in Western Europe ( London: Zed Press, 1978)
Agranovsky Valeri, "Profession: Foreigner," Znamya ( September 1988)
Albats Yevgenia, The State within a State: The KGB and Its Hold on Russia-Past, Present, and Future ( New York. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994)
Albright Joseph, and Kunstel Marcia, Bombshell: The Secret Story of America's Unknown Atomic Spy Conrpiracy ( New York: Times Books, 1997)

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