Russia after the War: Hopes, Illusions, and Disappointments, 1945-1957

By Elena Zubkova; Hugh Ragsdale | Go to book overview

Index

A
Abdulin, Mansur, 15, 34-35
Abramov, Fedor, 32, 128-129, 156, 160
Academy of Sciences, 93, 94, 120, 141
Adamovich, Ales, 11, 148
Adolescents. See Youth
Agriculture
and depopulation, 38
drought/harvest failure in, 40, 43
and grain procurement campaign, 40-4
Malenkov's program for, 155
See also Collective farms; Peasants
Akhmatova, Anna, 167
Aksenov, Iurii, 55
Aleksander, S. D., 91
Aleksandrov, G. F., 93, 123-124
Alekseev, Sergei, 13
Alekseeva, Liudmila, 201
Aleksievich, Svetlana, 11
All-Union Lenin Academy of Agricultural Sciences, 125
Andreev, A. A., 92
Andresen, Nigol, 134
Anti-Semitism, 135-136
Anti-Stalinist campaign, 178-190
Apenchenko, Iu.S., 8, 153
Arkhangelskaia, Tatiana, 35
Army
demobilization of, 22-23
ex-GULAG prisoners in, 17
psychological pressures on, 24
soldiers'view of Stalin, 17-18
youth discipline in, 111
See also Veterans
Army of the Revolution, 114
Astafiev, Viktor, 12, 15
Atarov, Nikolai, 147
Avdeenko, Alexander, 32

B
Baklanov, Grigorii, 12
Balkars,106
Baramiia, M. I.,134-135
Basavin, Ivan, 49
Bek, Aleksandr,172
Beria, L.P.,132,154,164,165
denunciation of,179-180,181-182
Birth rate, 21
Borisov, A. P.,168
Bread
end of rationing, 54-55
lines, 49-50, 55
ration price increase, 41-45, 46
shortages of, 45, 46-60, 54-65,102
stealing of, 49
Brezhnev, L. I.,153
Bukharin, N. I.,166
Bulganin, N. A.,162
Burdzhalov, E. N., 96-97
Bureaucracy
ideological campaign in,121-122
literary criticism of,158-159, 193-195
official criticism of,155
Burlatskii, Fedor,155
Bykov, Vasil,12

C
Central Committee
archives of,6-7
and bread ration price, 41,42
and cult of personality,178-179,181
famine report of,48
Great Terror documents of,117
in Hungarian crisis,197-198
ideological campaigns of,119,120, 121,122,125,129

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