The collection contains novels, poems, and articles submitted for publication, as well as periodicals, pamphlets, speeches
and writings, press releases, statements, petitions, photographs, slides, films, and sound recordings, published or circulated
by underground and uncensored presses or groups in the Soviet Union, relating to political and cultural conditions in the
Soviet Union and collected by the Narodno-trudovoi soiuz. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Narodno-trudovoi soiuz (National Alliance of Russian Solidarists, known by its Russian abbreviation "NTS") was founded in
1930 by a group of young Russian "White émigrés" in Serbia. As a Russian patriotic, anticommunist organization, the NTS fought
communism by studying Soviet culture to understand the soul of people living in the USSR. It is the largest and most active
political association of Russian émigrés in Western Germany.
73 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 1 card file box
(33.8 linear feet)
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Collection is open for research.
Boxes 1-72 stored off site; a minimum of two days notice is required for use. Boxes may be requested through Stanford's online
catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/
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