Builders and Deserters: Students, State, and Community in Leningrad, 1917-1941

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Abbreviations
ENKP/BN
Ezhenedel'nik Narkomprosa RSFSR/Biulleten' Narkomprosa RSFSR (Weekly of Narkompros RSFSR/Bulletin of Narkompros RSFSR)
FON
Faculty of Social Sciences
GARF
State Archives of the Russian Federation
KP
Komsomol'skaia pravda (Komsomol Truth)
Ks/ss
Krasnoe studenchestvo (Red Students)/Sovetskoe studenchestvo (Soviet Students)
LP
Leningradskaia pravda ( Leningrad Truth)
LS
Leningradskii student ( Leningrad Student)
LU
Leningradskii Universitet (Leningrad University)
RTsKhIDNI
Russian Centre for the Preservation and Study of Recent Historical Documentation
sP
Studencheskaia pravda (Student Truth)
su
Sobranie uzakonenii rasporiazhenii rabochego i krest'ianskogo pravitel'stva RSFSR (Collection of Statutes and Decrees of the Worker and Peasant Government of the RSFSR
TPG
Torgovo-promyshlennaia gazeta (Trade-Industry Herald)
TsGA IPD
Central State Archives for Historical-Political Documents, St Petersburg
TSGA SPb
Central State Archives in St Petersburg
VTS
Vysshaia tekhnicheskaia shkola (Higher Technical School)
zi
Za industrializatsiiu (For Industrialization)
zsz
Za sotsialisticheskoe zhivotnovodstvo (For Socialist Animal Husbandry)

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