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BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS
The following is a list of books and pamphlets in English,
published or available in the United States, which can, in the
main, be trusted to give accurate information and opinion on
Russian affairs. Publications written, in opposition to, as well
as in defense of, the Soviet regime have been included if they
show a real understanding of the facts:
Albertson, Ralph. "Fighting Without a War." New York,
Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1920, pp. 238.
An account by an eye-witness and Y. M. C. A. member of the
American Expeditionary Forces in North Russia of their invasion
of Soviet territory and compaign against the Soviet troops.
Antonelli, Etienne (Translated by Chas. A. Carroll). "Bolshevik Russia." New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1920, pp. 307.
An attempt by an eminent French scholar and professor in the
College libre de Sciences Sociales to write an objective and impartial account of the aims, methods and accomplishments of the
proletarian revolution. This is a translation from the French of
"La Russie Bolsheviste," written in October, 1918, and published
American Association for International Conciliation. "Russian Documnets" (International Conciliation, issue of
March, 1919, No. 136). New York, 1919, pp. 125.
A collection of verbatim texts of original documents, including
the Soviet Constitution, the Land Law and the Franco-Russian
Beable, William Henry. "Commercial Russia." New York:
Macmillan Company, 1919, pp. 278.
A review of the possibilities of trade with Russia from the
British standpoint and on the basis of previous experience, written
by the organizer of the Anglo-Russian Trade Commission. The
political issue is carefully avoided, but much valuable data on
former Russian trade are included.
Beatty, Bessie. "The Red Heart of Russia." New York: The
Century Company, 1918, pp. 480.