Memoirs, diaries, poems, other writings, certificates, and photograph, relating to political and cultural conditions in the
Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia, Russian literature, purges in the Soviet Union during the 1930s, and the execution for
anti-Soviet activities in 1938 of Edgar Polents, father of O. Ė. Tuganova, and his posthumous rehabilitation in 1956.
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