Written primary sources are first-hand accounts from people who witnessed or were involved in the events being described. They include letters or reports written by the people involved, official documents, or photographs of the events. They also include memoirs written later.
Books on Russia and the Soviet Union
The Bolshevik revolution, 1917-1918; documents and materials by by James Bunyan and H.H. Fisher
Call Number: DK265 .B981961
The chronicle of Henry of Livonia by a translation with introd. and notes by James A. Brundage
Call Number: DK511.L3 H413
The oldest known written document about the history of Estonia and Latvia.
Documents on Polish-Soviet relations, 1939-1945
Call Number: DK4410 .L661961
Documents on the Holocaust : selected sources on the destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland, and the Soviet Union by D804.19 .D63 1999
Call Number: D804.19 .D63 1999
The Holocaust in the Soviet Union : studies and sources on the destruction of the Jews in the Nazi-occupied territories of the USSR, 1941-1945 by Lucjan Dobroszycki
Call Number: DS135.R92 H641993
The KGB file of Andrei Sakharov by edited by Joshua Rubenstein and Alexander Gribanov