English Language Sources
- Seventeen Moments in Soviet History. Online source book compiled and introduced by leading historians, including primary source texts, images, film clips, and wonderful music “juke box,” all arranged by time period and topic.
- Russian Digital Collections. A detailed and extremely useful list of online archives, photo collections, and more compiled by Erika Spencer.
- Bibliographic Research Guide to Soviet History. Compiled by Andrea Graziosi, University of Naples. Last updated in 2004. Updated version 2007 [.pdf]
- English-Language Primary Sources for the Study of Soviet History. Compiled by Terry Martin, Harvard University. Last updated in 1999.
- The Harvard Interview Project. English-language transcripts of interviews done with Soviet displaced persons after World War Two. Scanned pdfs of the originals. Searchable. (Harvard University)
- The USSR in Construction. Digitized edition of the classic Soviet propaganda magazine. (University of Saskatchewan).
- Mosfilm online. Streaming versions of Mosfilm’s vast catalog of Soviet and post-Soviet movies going back to the early 20th century…. They also have free films streaming on the Mosfilm YouTube channel.
- Teaching Russian History Wikia. A very good bibliography of translated Soviet primary sources can be found here.