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David Hilton

Kennan Institute (covering Russia and surrounding states) : Media : - 3 views

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    The Kennan Institute and National Public Radio in the USA has established an online audio archive of Soviet and Russian history. "The archive consists of recordings dating back to the earliest years of the Soviet state. Included are the voices and speeches of key political figures, including Lenin, Kerensky, Kirov, Beria, Stalin, Gorbachev, and others. Among the recorded interviews are Anna Larina (Bukharin's widow); Valentin Berezhkov, Stalin's wartime interpreter; Yelena Bonner, Sakharov's widow; and Lev Pevsner, a survivor of the Leningrad Blockade. There is also on-the-scene recorded sound of many events in Soviet history, including: the Russian and American armies meeting at the Elbe; Stalin's funeral; the August 1991 coup against Gorbachev. [...] The material comes from Soviet and Russian sources, the NPR archives, the archives of the BBC, and individual donors. Some of the material is in Russian, some in English. "
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    The bulk of the audio files are in Russian, however if you scroll down closely there are speeches by significant Western figures too. Yet another excellent set of resources from the Woodrow Wilson Center.
David Hilton

VADS: free art and design images for education - 0 views

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    Seems to focus on images of art from Western countries in the postwar period.
David Hilton

CWIHP Virtual Archive : Collection - 2 views

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    An excellent resource for the Cold War! Clearly labelled and well-maintained links to primary source documents. Just what we like!
David Hilton

Cold War International History Project : - 0 views

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    I've found this to be a great source of information on the Cold War, and they have an email newsletter (which makes it easy to keep up with news, etc).
David Hilton

European NAvigator - The history of a united Europe on the Internet (videos, photos, ma... - 0 views

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    This site is brilliant for any aspect of post-WWII Europe! An awesome research tool. Lots of neat pictures and graphics (Gen-Y-friendly) and high-quality primary sources and images, organised into significant topics and easy to navigate.
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