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Series 1, No. 1 (March 17, 1919) - Series 2, No. 45 (April, 1926). 67 issues + index to Series 1. Complete run of this mimeographed bulletin. Contains many articles by Herbert Hoover and much material on famine relief in Soviet Russia. Among the last issues are several book-length studies..... 
Vol. 1, No. 2 (September, 1935). Broadsheet newspaper. Issued in Los Angeles by the Friends of the Soviet Union and devoted to furthering the boycott of the Hearst press. Contains an exposé of Louella Parsons, "Hearst's Hollywood Stooge," a column written by "Artie Brisbunk," a take-off on Hearst's platitudinous senior..... 
Number 9 (December, 1949). Right-wing, anti-Communist journal edited in London by Rob Lyle and Roy Campbell. This issue contains "Sacred Spain: A Cure of Bulls" by Henry de Motherlant, "A Plan for the British Army" by A Military Correspondent, "Carrara" by Rob Lyle, "Persecution of Spanish Communists in Russia" by..... 
Number 13 (April, 1950). Right-wing, anti-Communist journal edited in London by Rob Lyle and Roy Campbell. This issue contains "Mr. Strachey and Dr. Fuchs" by Colm Brogan, "Elevation and Meditation" by Roy Campbell (after Baudelaire), "An Explanation of Propaganda in the Synthetic Union" by Robert Waller, etc. 
Nos. 1 thru 4 (1947). Complete set of this periodical issued in London by Birch Books in association with Lawrence & Wishart. Among the contributions are "A Musical Journey through the Balkans" by Alan Bush, "The Polish Three Year Plan" by Hilary Minc, "The New Bulgarian Constitution" by Dr. N......