Title: Ryszard Wraga Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1947-1959
Collection number: XX407
6 manuscript boxes
2.5 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Reports, memoranda, and other writings, relating to post-World War II politics in the Soviet Union and Poland, American and
Soviet intelligence and propaganda activities, and activities of Russian and Ukrainian emigre groups. Many of the documents
were prepared for the French intelligence service
Collection open for research.
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Russians in foreign countries
Ukrainians in foreign countries
Poland--Politics and government--1945-1980
Soviet Union--Politics and government--1945-1991
|1902, July 25
||Born Jerzy Antoni Niezbrzycki in Niemirov, Ukraine
||Degree in law; graduate work in geography and philosophy, University of Warsaw
||Polish diplomatic service, Moscow and Kiev
||Director of Eastern Section of Polish military intelligence; member, faculty of Polish Military Academy and Institute of Journalism
||Serves with Polish armed forces in Poland and the West
||Resides in London; lectures at Polish Institute of Eastern Affairs and Free Polish University; becomes British subject and
changes name to Ryszard Wraga
||Resides in Paris; acts as consultant on Soviet Affairs to French Foreign Office Research Department
||Emigrates to the U.S.; works at Library of Congress
||Research Associate at Hoover Institution, Stanford University
|1968, January 30
||Dies, Leesburg, Virginia