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Boxes: 1-6

SUBJECT FILE, 1878-1993

Scope and Content Note

Pamphlets, bulletins, election campaign material, press articles, press digests, official government publications, pictorial charts, and miscellany printed matterial, arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by subject
Box 1

1878-1944. Reprints of documents relating to various 19th century events, Bulgarian workers movement and social-democratic parties, uprisings and World War II partisan movement, put out by the Bulgarian Communist Party, 1971-1981. In Bulgarian


1944-1990. Pamphlets and printed miscellany relating to post-World War II Bulgarian politics, the situation of Turkish and Macedonian minorities, the Orthodox Church, and to allegations of Bulgarian involvement in the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II in 1981. Includes pictorial chart of government members in 1985, and speeches of Todor Zhivkov. In Bulgarian and English




Economy. Statistical surveys, bulletins, and official government releases, 1991-1992


Elections, 1991-1992. Pamphlets, bulletins, leaflets, and other printed matter, relating to elections in Bulgaria and political conditions surrounding them. In Bulgarian and English



Box 2

Political parties


List of contents. Detailed lists of election material organized by party


Alternativna Sotsialliberalna Partiia


Alternativno Sotsialistichesko Obedinienie


Bulgarska Demokraticheska Partiia


Bulgarska Demokratichna Mladezh


Bulgarska Komunisticheska Partiia


Bulgarska Natsionalno Demokraticheska Partiia


Bulgarska Rabotichesko Selska Partiia


Bulgarska Raboticheskaia


Sotsialdemokraticheskaia Partiia


Bulgarska Sotsialdemokraticheskaia Partiia

Box 3

Bulgarska Sotsialisticheska Partiia


Bulgarska Sotsialisticheska Partiia,


Parliamentaren Soyuz za Sotsialna




Bulgarski Biznes Blok


Bulgarski Demokratichen Tsenter


Bulgarski Konstitutsionen Forum


Bulgarski Natsionalen Soyuz


Bulgarski Orel


Bulgarski Soyuz za Evropeiskaia Federatsiia


Bulgarski Zemedelski Naroden Soyuz


Demokraticheska Partiia. Konservativen Sgovor


Demokratichno Dvizheniie za Konstitutsionna




Dvizheniie za Demokratsiia i Sotsialna




Dvizheniie za Prava i Svobody




Federatsiiata na Anarkistite v Bulgaria


Glavno Myuitiystvo na Myuslyumanite v


Republika Bulgariia

Box 4

Konservativna Partiia


Konstitutsionen Soyuz


Kristian Demokraticheski Soyuz


Kristian Republikanska Partiia


Kristiansko Zhensko Dvizhenie


Liberalen Kongres


Liberalno Demokraticheska Partiia


Monarchist Conservation Union of Bulgaria


Natsionalen Patriotichen Soyuz


Nezavisima Demokratichna Partiia


Otechestvenata Partiia na Truda


Parlamenteren Soyuz za Sotsialna Demokratsia


Parlamentarna Grupa na Dvizhenieto za Prava


i Svobodi


Partiia Liberali


Partiia na Sobstvenitsite v Bulgariia


Radikaldemokraticheskata Partiia v Bulgariia


Republikanska Partiia v Bulgarii


Rusenski Soyuz Tsarstvo Bulgariia


Sotsialisticheskii Soyuz Molodezhi


Soyuz na Demokratichnite Sily


Zelena Partiia

Box 5



General. "Express Media Bulletin", weekly press digest relating to various aspects of Bulgarian society, July-December, 1991. In English


Council of Ministers. Official government bulletins, December 1992


Directory of governmental agencies. "BTA Spravochnik Bulgaria", 1992

Box 6

Minister of Defense, Dimitr Ludzhev. Speech and miscellany


Parliament. Press bulletin


President, Zhelyu Zhelev. Speeches, press articles, government bulletins




Election campaign, 1991


Vice-President, Blaga Dimitrova


Political conditions




Autonomy of academic institutions


Royal family. Miscellany depicting Tsar Simeon II and family


Trade union movement

Boxes: 7-9

PERIODICALS, 1990-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Serial issues relating to political conditions in Bulgaria, arranged alphabetically by title. In Bulgarian
Box 7

Bulgaria, Sofia, 1990


Bulgarski Fermer, Sofia, 1990


Bulgarski Glas, Sofia, 1990


Demokratichna Sedmitza, Sofia, 1990


Detektiv I66, Sofia, 1990


Dialog, Sofia, 1990


Dien, Sofia, 1990

Box 8

Ekoglasnost, Sofia, 1990


Ekopolitika, Sofia, 1990


Evropa, Sofia, 1990


Fakt, Sofia, 1990


Impuls, Sofia, 1990


Khristian Demokratzia, Sofia, 1990


Komunistichesko Delo, Sofia, 1990, 1991


Kurier, Sofia, 1990


Misl, Sofia, 1990


Mladezh, Sofia, 1990


Mladezhko Zemedelsko Zname, Sofia, 1990


Muslumanlar, Sofia, 1990


Nachalo, Sofia, 1990, 1991


Nie, Vidin, 1990


Nov Dien, Sofia, 1990


Nova Era, Sofia, 1990


Nova Svetlina, Sofia, 1990

Box 9

Pari, Sofia, 1991, 1993


Patriot, Sofia, 1990


Ploshad Demokratzia, Sofia, 1990


Pogled, Sofia, 1993


Politika, Sofia, 1990, 1991


Praven Nabljudatel, Sofia, 1992


Proslava, Sofia, 1990


Protest, Sofia, 1990


Puls, Sofia, 1990


Rabotnik, Sofia, 1992


Reforma, Sofia, 1990


Republika, Sofia, 1990


Rikoshet, Sofia, 1992


Rodopski Ustrem, Sofia, 1990


Smiakh, Sofia, 1991


Sofiisko Utro, Sofia, 1990


Svoboda, Plovdiv, 1990


Svremenen Pokazatel, Sofia, 1990


Tempo, Sofia, 1990


Transporten Glas, Sofia, 1990


Vecherni Noviny, Sofia, 1990


Vek 21, Sofia, 1990


Zemedelska Borba, Sofia, 1991


Zora, Sofia, 1990, 1992, 1993

Box: 6


Box 6

Political party pins and election tote bag

Tape cabinet


Tape cabinet

1 videotape relating to Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

Box 10-35


Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described. Contact us at hooverarchivesinfo@stanford.edu