This post features sources concerning Russian religion, and religious persecution in Russia and the Soviet Union.
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Azbel, Mark. Refusenik: Trapped in the Soviet Union. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981. DS135.R95 A937
Davis, Norman and Antony Polonsky. Jews in Eastern Poland and the USSR, 1939-46. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991. DS135.R93 G3436 1991
Ehrenberg, Ilya and Vasily Grossman, comp. The Complete Black Book of Russian Jewry. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2002. DS135.R92 C647 2002
Marshall, Richard, ed. Aspects of Religion in the Soviet Union, 1917-1967. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971. BL980.R8A9
Meakin, Annette M. B. Russia: Travels and Studies. New York: Arno Press, 1971. DK27 .M4 1971.
Pinkus, Benjamin. The Soviet Government and the Jews, 1948-1967: A Documented Study. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984. DS135.R92 P56 1984
Religion in the Soviet Union: An Archival Reader. New York: New York University Press, 1996. BL980.S65R35 1996.
Revelations from the Russian Archives: Documents in English Translation. Washington: Library of Congress, 1997. CD1711.R488 1997
*Browder, Robert and Alexander Kerensky, ed. The Russian Provisional Government, 1917: documents, selected and edited by Robert Paul Browder and Alexander F. Kerensky. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1961.
*Corley, Felix, ed. and trans. Religion in the Soviet Union: an archival reader. New York: New York University Press, 1996.
*Daniels, Robert, ed. and trans. A Documentary history of communism and the world: from revolution to collapse.3rd edition. Hanover: University of Vermont, published by University Press of New England, 1994.
*Eudin, Xenia Joukoff and Robert North, eds. Soviet Russia and the East, 1920-1927; a documentary survey. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1957.
*Jerkovitch, George. 1000 Years of Russian Christianity: Kievan Rus’ to present: comments and a survey of the literature. Lawrence: Soviet and East European Studies, University of Kansas, 1988.
*Kuroedov, V. A. Church and Religion in the USSR. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publication House, 1982.
*Matthews, Melvyn, comp. Soviet government: a selection of official documents on internal policies. London: Cape, 1974.
*Santini, Alceste. 1000 Years of Faith in Russia: an interview with Patriarch Pimen of Moscow. Slough, Middlegreen, England: St. Paul Publications, 1987.
*Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. A Lenten Letter to Pimen Patriarch. Translated by Keith Armes. Minneapolis: Burgess Publications Company, 1972.
*Szczesniak, Boleslaw, trans. and ed. The Russian Revolution and Religion; a collection of documents concerning the suppression of religion by the Communists, 1917-1925. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1959.
*Troyanovsky, Igor, ed. Religion in the Soviet Republics: a guide to Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and other religions. San Francisco: Harper San Francisco, 1991.