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1 Benois, Alexander. The Russian School of Painting. With an Introduction by Christian Briton. With Thirty-Two Plates.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1916. 
Quarto, illus. boards (hardcover), uncut, 199 pp. Very Good, with edgewear to covers. Illustrated with numerous plates. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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2 Chernetsov, V. N. and W. Moszynska. Prehistory of Western Siberia. Edited by Henry N. Michael.
Montreal: Arctic Institute of North America/McGill-Queen's University Press, 1974. 
Octavo, red cloth (hardcover), folding maps, xxv+ 377 pp. Fine, in a Near-Fine dust jacket. From dust jacket: This translation of several key articles published in the 1950s and 1960s by the late V. N. Chernetsov and his wife, Wanda Moszynska (who accompanied him on almost all field trips), deals with the sequence of cultures that occupied the lower -- that is, the northern -- reaches of the Ob River basin and, in considerable detail, with Ust-Poluy, a type-site of great importance for the early cutlural phases of western Siberia. It is the ninth in a series by the Arctic Institute of North America, Anthropology of the North: Translations from Russian Sources, which makes in formation about the archaeological work of Soviet investigators available to those WEstern archaeologists not conversant with the Russian language. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Fonyakova, Ella. That Winter's Bread: A Child's View of the Leningrad Siege.
St. Petersburg, FL: Heritage Press, 2010. First Edition. 
Square octavo, softbound, viii + 75 pp. Fine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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4 Fonyakova, Ella. That Winter's Bread: A Child's View of the Leningrad Siege.
St. Petersburg, FL: Heritage Press, 2010. First Edition. 
Square octavo, buckram (hardcover), , viii + 75 pp. Fine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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5 Gilewicz, Alicia with Price, Dr. Steve. Frozen Footprints: Lessons in Freedom from a Survivor of the Siberian Slave-Labor Camps.
Tampa, FLorida: INTI Publishing, [1998]. 
Octavo, softbound, vii, 172 pp. Fine. “The story of a familiy's eight-year struggle for survival, first as prisoners in a Siberian prison camp, and later as refugees in Uzbekistan, Iran, and Africa. The first part of Frozen Footprints re-tells the horror one family faces in their quest for freedom in Russia during World War II, as millions of innocent civilians were dying from starvation and disease. It's a gripping story of good triumphing over evil and a testimony to the power of determination and persistence. In the second half of the book, Alicia teaches readers the 10 lessons in freedom she has learned during her remarkable life. These lessons helped Alicia and her family survive the horrors of communist Russia and later to achieve personal and financial freedom. Her lessons will empower you to realize your full potential, to dream big dreams, and to make them come true!” 
Price: 10.00 USD
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6 Gowing, Lionel F. Five Thousand Miles in a Sledge: A Mid-Winter Journey across Siberia.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1890. 
1st American edition. Octavo, illustrated green cloth, xix, 257, [x] pp. Fold-out map, 31 illustrations by C. J. Uren. Near-Fine; spine slightly darkened. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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7 Harnwell, Gaylord P. Russian Diary: A Distinguished Educator's Informal Report on Life and Higher Education in the Soviet Union.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, [1960]. 
Octavo, navy blue cloth (hardcover), 125 pp. Fine, in a Very Good+ dust jacket with light edgewear. “...A perceptive, factual account by the President of the University of Pennsylvania of a trip he made, together with a small group of American college presidents, for the purpose of learning at first hand about higher education in the Soviet Union. Dr. Harnwell discusses in detail the institutions he visited in Moscow, Leningrad, Tbilisi, Samarkand, Tashkent, and Alma-Ata. At the different universities, technical schools, and medical institutions, he learned about courses of instruction, requirements for degrees, statistics on numbers of students and faculty, administrative structure, and so on...Russian Diary is more than an academic report; Dr. Harnwell has injected his own delightful descriptions of the trip itself -- of the cities visited, of the varying costumes, foods, music, and people encountered...” 
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8 Ignatiev, Count Paul N.; Odinetz, Dimitry M.; Novgorotsev, Paul J. Russian Schools and Universities in the World War. Introduction by Count Paul N. Ignatiev. Primary and Secondary Schools by Dimitry M. Odinetz. Universities and Higher Technical Schools by Paul J. Novgorotsev. [Economic and Social History of the World War].
New Haven, Connecticut: Published for The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace by Yale University Press, 1929. 
Octavo, black cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, uncut, mostly unopened, xxiv, 239 pp. Fine (As New) in a Near-Fine, mylar protected dust jacket, with tips clipped. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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9 Katkov, George. Russia 1917: The Kornilov Affair, Kerensky and the Break-Up of the Russian Army.
London: Longman, (1980). First Edition. 
Octavo, white cloth (hardcover), xiv, 210 pp. Inked notations to text; otherwise, a very attractive copy, in a Near-Fine dust jacket with slightly rubbed edges. From jacket: In The Kornilove Affair [George Katkov] examines the events surrounding the coup d'etat supposedly planned against the Provisional Govenment by General kornilov, the supreme commander of the Russian armed forces. Kerensky, by then already Prime Minister, and obsessed by the fear of mutiny, denounced Kornilov as a traitor and eventually had him arrested. He then appointed himself supreme commander of the armed formes. The ensuing upheaval led to a total disorganisation and loss of fighting capacity in the Russian army and, denuded of its military strength and exposed to its enemies, the 
Price: 75.00 USD
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10 Nearing, Scott. Russia Turns East: The Triumph of Soviet Diplomacy in Asia.
New York: Social Science Publishers, 1926. 
Octavo, paperbound (stiff stapled red wrappers), 30 pp. Very Good, with light underlining in red pencil. Illus. with map. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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11 Okladnikov, A. P. Yakutia before Its Incorporation into the Russian State. Edited by Henry N. Michael, Arctic Institute of North America. [Arctic Institute of North America Anthropology of the North: Translations from Russian Sources, Number 8].
Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1970. First edition in English. 
Royal octavo, green cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xli + 499 pp. Fine, in a Very Good, mylar protected dust jacket with light edgewear. From dust jacket: This is a translation of Okladnikov's definitive work on the prehistory and early history of the Yakut A.S.S.R. It discusses the origins and patterns of life of the Yakuts until their incorporation into the Russian state in the seventeenth century. The development of the Yakut tribes, though slower than that of inhabitants of warmer climates, was similar in its stages of transformation. Part I of the history is devoted to the distant past of the aboriginal tribes of Yakutia and their life in the Stone Age. Part II presents the Yakuts in the Age of Metal. Part III shows how these nomadic tribes became a nation and describes this nation's cultural and linguistic traditions before it was incoporated into the Russian state. 
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