3 edition of Bibliography of the principal materials on Soviet law found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the principal materials on Soviet law
John N. Hazard
in [New York
Written in English
|Statement||by John N. Hazard [and] William B. Stern.|
|Series||American foreign law association. Proceedings., No. 27|
|Contributions||Stern, William B. 1910-, Bates, Lindell Theodore, 1890-|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||Cover-title, 46 p.|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||46002101|
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The exhibit’s co-curator is Mike Widener, Rare Book Librarian at the Lillian Goldman Law Library, Yale Law School. Butler is the pre-eminent U.S. authority on the law of the former Soviet Union. He is the author, co-author, editor, or translator of more than books on Soviet, Russian, Ukrainian, and post-Soviet legal systems. 1 World War II transformed the global distribution of power, leaving the two principal victors as dominant superpowers (Superpowers and Great Powers). Differences in ideology, perception, and national interest quickly led to the unravelling of the war time alliance between the Soviet Union and the United States, replacing it with intense.
Annotated bibliography of articles and book reviews which were published in Sovetskaya Pedagogika, mainly during – Annotations are in Slovakian, and each title is given in Russian and Slovakian. Several indexes. Bibliography of Textbooks in Author: John T. Zepper, William W. Brickman. For an extensive bibliography on the Russian-Caucasian War, refer to Central Asian Survey, vol. 10, nos ‘Inostrannaya literatura po ètnografii Kavkaza za poslednie 10 let [Foreign Literature on the Ethnography of the Caucasus in the last 10 years]’, E. G. Kagarov, in Sovetskaya ètnografiya [Soviet Ethnography], , , pp
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hazard, John N. (John Newbold), Bibliography of the principal materials on Soviet law.
This is a list of primary materials consulted when the site was first developed. Many of them are no longer available on the web. We will be working on updating them over the next few months.
Author of The Soviet system of government, Law and social change in the U. R, Recollections of a Pioneering Sovietologist, Soviet law and Western legal systems, Settling disputes in Soviet society, Managing Change in the USSR, Soviet housing law, Quelques aspects du droit soviétique tel qu'il apparaît à un juriste anglo-saxonWritten works: The Soviet system of government.
Harvard Law School. Library Title Soviet legal bibliography; a classified and annotated listing of books and serials published in the Soviet Union since as represented in the collection of the Harvard Law School Library as of January 1, Edited by Vaclav Mostecky and William E.
Butler. Format Book Published Cambridge, The concept Bibliography represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.
Aalders, Gerard and Cees Wiebes. The art of cloaking ownership: the secret collaboration and protection of the German war industry by the neutrals: the case of Sweden. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press and the Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation, v, pp.
Note: The authors deal with the activities of Swedish businessmen, representing "neutral" banks and. (New York, United Nations monthly. $ per year). Principal documentary material on regional, political, and security organizations and on functional organizations may be found in references included in the various summaries appearing in this journal.
Included in the materials covered in this bibliography are the principal professional journals. review, therefore, of the principal Soviet pub-lications on the United Nations-the extent of the coverage, the changing areas of emphasis, published materials were either polemical in Law: Bibliography, ).
The Russian periodicals cited in this article are. The Law Library is closed effective March 18 until further notice. Reference service is available remotely.
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All students of Soviet economic history will benefit from reading this book.' Peter Gatrell - University of Manchester ‘This is an important book as it presents the first systematic account of the Soviet economic system using these unpublished sources, drawing together the new research by Gregory and others, in a form that is easily.
This is a select bibliography of post World War II English language books (including translations) and journal articles about the Revolutionary and Civil War era of Russian (Soviet) history. The sections "General Surveys" and "Biographies" contain books; other sections contain both.
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This book presents all facets of the debate, drawing on articles and letters extracted from dozens of major Soviet periodicals, including statements by political analysts, economists, historians, journalists, and writers, interspersed with excerpts from readers' letters published in the media.
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Gale Directory Library. This book explains an interaction between Soviet Russia and the West that has been overlooked in much of the analysis of the demise of the USSR.
Legislation strikingly similar to the Marxist-inspired laws of Soviet Russia found its way into the legal systems of the Western world. Included are signatures, ratifications, declarations, and reservations concerning the European Convention and its Protocols. Human Rights in International Law: Basic Texts (Strasbourg: Council of Europe, Directorate of Human Rights, )(European Convention, eight Protocols, and other principal human rights instruments).
p.Soviet law. (2nd ed.). Stoneham, MA: Butterworths. This offers a broad treatment to the subject of law in the Soviet Union and includes discussions on the historical background of the law, legal education, and the Soviet legal profession.
Reference law KLAH39 Hazard, J. N., Butler, W. E., and Maggs, P. B. (). The Soviet legal system. Designed for student research, this one-stop resource contains a wealth of information, reference material, and analysis of the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union.
Combining narrative description, analytical essays, lengthy biographical profiles, and the text of key primary documents, Watson examines the reasons for the decline and fall Price: $