Bibliography

Bibliography

Russia's Catacomb Saints

Bibliography
BOOKS IN ENGLISH
Alexeev, Wassilij, and Theofanis Stavrou, The Great Revival: The Russian Church Under German Occupation, Burgess Pub. Co.; Minneapolis, 1976.
Allilueva, Svetlana, Only One Year, Harper & Row; New York, 1969.
Barron, John, KGB, the Secret Work of Soviet Secret Agents, Redears’ Digest Press, New York, 1974.
Beausobre, Julia De, The Woman W7oo Could Not Die, Gollancz, London, 1948.
Bordeaux, Rev. Michael, Patriarchs and Prophets, Praeger, New York, 1970.
Bukovsky, Vladimir, To Build a Castle, Viking Press, New York, 1977.
Burngarden. Eugenia, Undaunted Exiles, Stanton, Virginia, 1925.
Ciszek, Walter J., With God in Russia, McGraw-Hill; New York, 1964.
Conquest, Robert, The Great Terror: Stalin’s Purge of the Thirties, Macmillan; New York, 1973;
Kolyma: the Arctic Death Camps, Viking Press; New York, 1978.
Cooke, Richard, Religion in Russia Under the Soviets, New York, 1929.
Crocker, George N., Roosevelt’s Road to Russia, H. Regnery; Chicago, 1959.
Dallin, David J. and Boris I Nicolaevsky, Forced Labor in Soviet Russia, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1947.
Darel, Sylva, A Sparrow in the Snow, Stein and Day; New York, 1973.
Dudko, Father Dimitry, Our Hope, St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, New York, 1977.
Dunlop, John, The Recent Activities of the Moscow Patriarchate Abroad and in the USSR, St. Nectarios Press, Seattle, Wash., 1970.
Starets Amvrossy of Optina, Nordland, Mass., 1972.
Ellis Jane (trans.), An Early Soviet Saint: Elder Zachariah, Springfield Ill., 1976.
Epstein, Julius, Operation KEELHAUL, Devin Adair, 014 Greenwich, Coon., 1973.
Fletcher, William C., The Russian Orthodox Church Underground University Press; London, 1971.
Galitzine, Irma, Spirit to Survive, London, 1976.
Glikaman, Jerzy, Tell the West, Gresham Pub., New York, 1948.
Goff, Kenneth, Brainwasijing and P8ychopo1itj Noontide Press, Torrance, Ca., 1976.
Goulevjtch, A., Czarism and Revolution, Omnj Books; Hawthorne, Ca., 1962.
Granovsky, Anatoli, .1 Was an NKVD Agent, Devin-Adaip Co.; New York, 1962.
Hutton, J. Bernard, School/or Spies, Coward-McCann Inc.; New York, 1962.
Iswolsky, Helen, Christ in Russia; Milwaukee Wis., 1960.
John of Damascus, St., Barlaam and loasaph, Harvard University Press; Cambridge, Mass., 1914.
Knupffer, George, The Struggle/or World Power, Plain-Speaker Publishing, London, 1971.
Kolesnjkov, Prof. A., Church People I Met in Jail; Jordanville N.Y., 1952.
Kopeley, Lev, ToBePreservedF •ovt S.B. Lippinco & Co.; New York, 1977
Kourdakov, Sergei, The Persecuto,- Revell Co.; Old Tappan, N.J., 1973.
Lyons, Eugene, Worker’s Paradise Lost, Funk & Wagnell’s; New York, 1967.
Marchenko, Anatole, My Testimony, E.P. Dutton; New York, 1969.
Myagkov, Alexej, Inside the KGB, Arlington Pub.; New York, 1976.
Noble, John, I Found God in Russia, Zonderyan; Grand Rapids, Mich., 1959.
Penkovskiy, Oleg, The Penkovskjy Papers, Doubleday; Garden City, N.Y., 1965.
Polsky, Archpriest Michael, Russia’s New Martyrs, Monastery Press; Montreal, 1972.
Poska, Juri, Martyrdom of Bishop Platon; Stockholm, 1968.
Romanyuk, Rev. Vassily, A Voice in the Wilderness, Society for the Study of Religion Under Communism Wheaton, Ill., 1980.
Rubert, Raphael, A Hidden World, World Publishing Co.; Cleveland, 1963.
Salisbury, Harrison, Americans in Russia, Harper; New York, 1955.
Seth, Ronald, The Executioners, Hawthorn; New York, 1967. Shalamov, Varlaam, Graphite, Norton; New York, 1981;
Kolyma Tales, Norton; New York, 1980.
Shifrin, Abraham, The First Guidebook to the USSR (Prison Guide), Stephanus;
Switzerland, 1980.
Shimanov, Gennady M., Notes from the Red House, Diane Books; Torrance, Ca., 1971.
Solomon, Michail, Magadan. Auerbach; New York, 1971.
Soloukhin, Vladimir, Searching for Icons in Russia; New York, 1971.
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander I., Gulag Archipelago, 3 vols., Harper & Row, New York, 1974, 1978.
Struve, Nikita, Christians in Contemporary Russia; London, 1967. Les Chretiens en URSS, (in French); Paris, 1963.
Svir, Olga, Let Us Understand Russia; New York, 1965.
Tchernavin, Vladimir, V., I Speak for the Silent, Hale, Cushman and Flint; Norwood, Mass., 1935.
Tolstoy, Nikolai, Victims of Yalta, Hodder & Stoughton; London, 1977.
Von Meck, Galina, As I Remember Them, Dennis Dobson; London, 1973.
Ware, Timothy, The Orthodox Church, Penguin Books; 1963.
White, W.L., Report on the Russians, Harcourt Brace and Co.; N.Y., 1945.
Wurmbrand, Rev. Richard, Tortured for Christ, Diane Books; Torrance, Ca., 1970;
Zernov, Nicholas, Eastern Christendom, Putnam; New York, 1961. Russian Religious Renaissance of the 20th Century; London, 1963; The Russians and Their Church,
BOOKS IN RUSSIAN
Anastassy, Metropolitan, Collected Works, Jordanville, 1956.
Andreyev, I.M., History of the Russian Church from the Revolution to the Present Day, Jordanyjile, 1952.
Belyakoy, A.E., Regal Abbess Rufina, Shanghai, 1937.
Dimidov, Archprjest Vassily, Righteous Confessors, Jordanyjile, 1951.
Dnepropetrovj A., Ezhovghchjna, SOPE Pub., Munich, 1958.
Ganussowsky, Boris K., Ten Years Behind the Iron Curtain, D.LI., Monterey, 1965.
Gul, Roman, Dzerzhinsky, New York, 1974.
Kiseley, Archpriest Alexander, The Image of General A. A. Vtasov, St.
Seraphim Foundation; New York, 1977;
Their Remembrance is from Generation to Generation, St. Seraphim
Foundation: New York, 1981.
Konstantinoy, Father Dimitry, The Persecuted Church, New York, 1967.
Kontzevitch, Elena, Schelna-Abbess Sophia of Kiev, St. Elias Publications, Forestville, Ca., 1976.
Kuznetsov, B.M., To Please Stalin, SBONR, Canada, 1968.
Levitin-Krasnov, A. Likhie Godi, Paris, 1977.
Ruk Tvoyikh Zhar, Israel, 1980.
Lopeshanskaya, Elena, Bishop-Confessors, San Francisco, 1971.
Margoline, E.B., A Journey into the Land of Z.K, New York, 1952.
Martinkovsky, Notes of a Believer, Prague, 1929.
Milonov, Matushka Taisia, “Memoires concerning New Martyr John of Pskov Caves.
Neo-Sylvester, G., Na Burelomer, Possev, Frankfurt, 196O
Nikon, Archbishop, Biography of Metropolitan Anthony Khrapovitsky, 23 vols., New York, 1959-72.
Nikonov-Smorogdin, The Red Katorga, Sofia, 1938.
Polsky, Archpriest Michael, The Canonical Situation of the Russian Orthodox Church, Jordanville, 1948;
Russia’s New Martyrs, Vol. I, Jordanville, 1949; Vol. II, Jordanville, 1957; Vol. III, manuscript.
Rahr, Gleb (A. Vetrov), The Captive Church, Possev, Frankfurt, 1954.
Regelson, Lev, Tragedy of the Russian Church, YMCA Press, Paris, 1977.
Rosanov, Michael, The Conquerors of White Spots, Possev, Frankfurt, 1951.
Shyriaev, Boris, The Unextinguishable Lamp (Solovki), New York, 1952.
Sokolov, Peter, The Russian Orthodox Church, an Anthology, Munich, 1962.
Solonevich, Ivan, Russia in Concentration Camp, Washington, D.C., 1958.
Titov, Rev. Theodore, A Wreath on the Grave of Metropolitan Vladimir, Kiev, 1918 (Jordanville, 1981).
Valentinov, A.A., The Rage of Heaven, Prague, 1924.
Veronica, Nun (Kotlyarevskaya) Memories of a Nun, Russian Life, San Francisco, 1954.
Vinogradov, Rev. V.P., Memoirs on Patriarch Tikhon, Munich, 1959.
Zachary, Brother, A Different Path, Jordanville, 1952.
Zhevakov, Prince, Memoirs, 2 vols., Munich, 1923.
PERIODICALS IN ENGLISH
“Keston News Service,” Keston College, England; biweekly, 1974—.
“Orthodox Christian Witness,” St. Nectarios Press; Seattle, Wash.; weekly,
1970—.
“The Orthodox Church;” Syosset, N.Y.; monthly, 1966.
“Orthodox Life,” Holy Trinity Monastery; Jordanville, N.Y.; bimonthly,
1950—.
“The Orthodox Monitor,” Committee for the Defense of Persecuted Orthodox Christians; Washington, D.C.; bimonthly, 1978—.
“The Orthodox Word,” St. Herman of Alaska Monastery Press; Platina, Ca.; bimonthly, 1965—.
“Religion in Communist Dominated Areas;” New York; bimonthly,
“Religion in Communist Lands,” Keston College; England; quarterly,
“Samizdat;” San Mateo, Ca.; monthly, 1974—.
PERIODICALS IN RUSSIAN
“Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate;” Moscow; monthly, 1968.
“Nadezhda,” Possev Verlag; Frankfurt, 1978——.
“Nasha Strana;” Buenos Aires; weekly, 1972.
“Novoye Russkoe Slovo;” New York; daily, 1930—.
“Orthodox Life,” Holy Trinity Monastery; Jordanville; monthly, 1950——.
“Orthodox Russia,” Holy Trinity Monastery; Jordanville; bi-weekly, 1947—
“Orthodox Way,” Holy Trinity Monastery; Jordanville; annual, 1950——.
“Orthodox Word;” Buenos Aires; 1952—54.
“Possev,” Possev Verlag; Frankfurt; monthly, 1979.
“Religion and Atheism in the USSR:” Munich; monthly, 1960—.
“Russian Life;” San Francisco; daily, 1950——.
“Russian Monk,” Pochaev Lavra; Pochaev; bi-monthly, 1911—14.
“Russian Pilgrim;” Petersburg; weekly, 1892—1913.
“Russkaya Mysi;” Paris; daily, 1950—.
“Vestnik;” Russian Christian Student Movement; Paris; quarterly, 1960—.
“Word of the Church;” Sydney, Australia; monthly, 1960——.