Index

a
AANII 155 , 179
Academy of Sciences:
Russian 13 - 14 , 97 ;
Soviet 78
Admiral Makarov142 , 145 -6
Admiral Scheer69 , 168
Aeroarctic 31 , 41 -2, 44 -5, 170 , 179
Ahlmann, A. 47 -8, 52 , 60
'Aktivist O. A. Kh.' 64 -5, 112
Alaska 23 , 26 , 33 , 41 ;
and 1867 Convention of Washington 27 , 29
Al'banov, Valery Ivanovich (1881-1919) 105
Aleksandrov, A. P. 122
Aleksandrovsk port 17 , 18 - 19
Ambarchik 56 -7, 69
Amderma 56 , 134
Amguema144 , 145
Amosov manuscript 87 , 89
Amundsen, Roald 21 , 29 , 30 , 31 , 35 , 37 , 68 , 102 ;
death of 36
Anadyr56 , 60 , 61
Andrée, Salomon 21 , 107
Anglo-Grumant Company 39
Antarctic 64 ;
and Britain 26 , 33 ;
and Soviet Union 30 , 77 - 80 ;
and United States 72 , 74 -6
Antarctic Treaty (1959) 80 , 173
archaeology 8 , 85 -6, 87 , 90 , 92 , 154 -61, 172 , 174 ;
see also AANII;
Okladnikov, A.P.
Archaeology, Academy Institute of 159
Arctic and Antarctic Research Listitute see AANII
Arctic Institute 38 , 68 , 78 -9, 80 , 85 , 90 -1, 96 , 123 , 131 , 142 , 154 -5 169 ;
see also Ovsyannikov, O. V.
Arctic Museum 154 , 161
Arikaynen, A. I. 165 -6
Arkhangel'sk 7 , 10 , 15 - 16 , 19 , 40 , 73
Arktika 130 , 134 , 135 -6;
see also Leonid
Brezhnev142
Arktikugol 39 ;
see also mining
Armstrong, T. E. 3 , 56 , 68 -9, 97 , 164
aviation 1 , 4 , 23 , 27 -8, 29 , 35 -6, 41 -5, 102 ;
airfields 22 , 59 , 71 ;
airships 26 , 31 , 50 -1;
German 41 ;
Keflavik Air Base 75 ;
Soviet 30 , 37 , 57 -8, 61 -3, 65 , 71 , 102 , 106 -8, 128 , 170 -1;
Thule Air Base 75 ;
Trans-Arctic air route 21 -2, 26 , 30 -1, 41 -5
Axel Heiberg Islands 24 , 65
Ayon massiv137 , 141 , 179

b
Badigin, Captain K. S. 87 - 90 , 95 , 103 , 105 , 160
Baltiisky Zavod 61
BAM railway 140 ;
see also railways
Barabolya, P. D. 114
Barents Sea 8 , 35 , 38 , 81 , 176
Barents, Willem 8 , 10 , 49 , 158 , 160
Bastion theory, Soviet naval 110
Bear lsland 7 - 8 , 50 , 64 , 73
Begichev, Nikifor (1874-1927) 106
Behouden Huis 10 , 157 -8
Bellinsgauzen, Faddey Faddyevich (1770-1852) 77
Belov, M. I. 4 , 44 , 53 , 86 , 89 , 90 , 91 -5, 96 , 101 -2, 166 ;
and his writings 152 , 153 , 154 -7, 160 , 161 , 163 -4, 168 , 172
Ber.G. 12 , 98 , 162
Bering Straits 49 , 67 , 124 , 137 , 143
Bering, Vitus (1681-1741) 86 , 91 , 93 , 153 -4, 155
Braat, Joost 158
Breitfuss, L. 30 , 31 , 68 , 101 , 105
Brontman, L. K. 63
Brunel, Olivier 153
Bruns, Walter 21 , 37
Brusilov, G. L. (1884-1914) 16 , 102 , 105
Bryanskles141

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The Soviet Arctic
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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Russian Policy in the Far North 1897-1917 6
  • 2 - Soviet Sovereignty in the Arctic and the Advent of Flying 1917-32 21
  • 3 - The Stalinization of Arctic Exploration 35
  • 4 - In Stalin's Time 1932-53 53
  • 5 - Arctic Policy During the Cold War 67
  • 6 - Historiography in the Cold War 84
  • 7 - The Age of the Nuclear Submarine 109
  • 8 - Arctic Shipping Since 1953 120
  • 9 - The Western Section: Winter Navigation 127
  • 10 - The Season of 1983 139
  • 11 - Arctic Studies Since 1953 152
  • Conclusion 170
  • Appendix 175
  • Glossary 179
  • Bibliography 181
  • Index 222
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