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Books

edited by Gary D. Rawnsley: Cold-war propaganda in the 1950s
New York, N. Y.: St. Martin’s Press, 1999. xi, 246 p. ; 23 cm Available from OSA Library.

Hardi, Peter: Environmental protection in East-Central Europe : a market-oriented approach : strategies and options for Europe
Peter Hardi ; with a contribution by Werner Weidenfeld Gutersloh, Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, 1994. 136 p. : ill. ; 21 cm Available from OSA Library.

Jensen, Kenneth Martin: 1944- A discussion of the origins of thinking on arms control : the Sarajevo fallacy
Kenneth M. Jensen and Kimber M. Schraub, editors Published Washington, D.C., United States Institute of Peace, 1990. 141 p. ; 23 cm Available from OSA Library.

Toynbee, Philip: The fearful choice : a debate on nuclear policy conducted by Philip Toynbee with the Archbishop of Canterbury [and others]
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1958. 1st ed., 112 p. 22 cm Available from OSA Library.

Nonfiction Films

Vera Storozheva director: Ioeuaea ay: Pokhishchenie ognia [Abduction of Fire]
Russia: Vera Storozheva director, NTV producer; 160 min, 2001. Russian language
Documentary film on the history of the creation of the atomic bomb in the Soviet Union. The film traces down different itineraries of its emergence - from the foreign agents, cooperating with the Soviet secret services, particulary Klaus Fuchs to the research institute headed by Igor’ Kurchatov. The film combines interviews, archival material, and extracts from fiction films, "Vybor tseli" (Choice of Purpose, Igor’ Talankin, 1974) and others. Available from OSA Library.

V. Vanchin director: Rytsari startovogo stola [Knights of the starting table]
Russia: V. Vanchin director, Soyuzkinoservis producer, 25 min, 2000. Russian language
The film tells the story of the creation of spaceships and spaceship starting complexes by engineer Vladimir Barmin. Available from OSA Library.

V. Gladyshev director: Eaea ia? : Izdelie Nomer [Manufactur Number]
Russia: V. Gladyshev director, Soyuzkinoservis producer, 25 min, 2000. Russian language
Documentary film the history of the creation of atomic weapon. The film contains unique material on the cradle of Soviet atomic industry, town Arzamas-16. Available from OSA Library.

Yu. Sal’nikov director,: ?aaea a?aee. Rozhdenie energii. [Birth of energy]
Russia: Yu. Sal’nikov director, Soyuzkinoservis producer, 26 min, 2000. Russian language
The film tells the history of the creation of booster rocket by general engineer-designer V. P. Glushko. The film traces the history of cosmos studies and opposition of two prominent researchers Korolev and Glushko. Available from OSA Library.

The March of Time: The Cold War 1946-1951, Part 1: Changing Attitudes 1946-1948
United States: 88 min, 1995. English language
Originally produced as a newsreel by Time Magazine, The March of Time was seen monthly for sixteen years in more than 50.000 theatres around the world. Content: 1. Atomic Power -- Exciting historic footage of the creating of the atomic bomb, on film for the first time. Included are interviews and anecdotes from such legendary figures as Albert Einstein, Dr. Conant and Dr. Bush. Available from OSA Library.

I. Ponomarev director: ?aeaey. eee aueou: Radiatsia. Linii zashity. [Radiation: Lines of Defense]
Soviet Union: I. Ponomarev director, Kievnauchfilm studio producer, 19 min, 1987. Hungarian voice-over
Soviet educational propaganda film on nuclear energy. Available from OSA Library.

G. Davidenko director: N -- eno?ey aoi a?aee: SEV - industria atomnoi energii. [COMECON - industry of nuclear energy]
Soviet Union: G. Davidenko director, Kievnauchfilm producer, 21 min, 1985. Hungarian voice-over
Soviet educational propaganda film on nuclear energy Available from OSA Library.

L. Gilevich director: ?yi n ie?ui aoii: Riadom s mirnym atomom [Side by side with peaceful atom]
Soviet Union: L. Gilevich director, Kievnauchfilm studio producer, 9 min, 1984. Hungarian voice-over
Soviet educational propaganda film on nuclear energy Available from OSA Library.

Igor’ Grinenko director: ?aaeo?u a ioea: Reaktory na potoke [Nuclear reactors’ assembly line]
Soviet Union: Igor’ Grinenko director, Rostov newsreel studio producer, 17 min, 1982. Hungarian voice-over
Soviet educational propaganda film on nuclear energy Available from OSA Library.

Periodicals

Atom: armadni technicky obrazovy magazin
Praha: Czech Republic, Available issues: 1987 #1 - 1987 #12; 1988 #1 - 1989 #3; 1989 #6 - ; 1989 #4 - 1989 #5; 1989 #7 - 1990 #4; 1990 #6 - 1990 #12; 1991 #1 - 1991 #10. 12/year; Czech Available from OSA Library.

END: journal of European nuclear disarmament
London: United Kingdom: Published by European Nuclear Disarmament, Available issues: 1986 #21 - 1989 #37. 6/year, English Available from OSA Library.

Energiia: ekonomika, tekhnika, ekologiia [a?aey : eieea, oaoeea, eaey]
Moskva: Russia, Available issues: 1984 #5 - 1984 #12; 1985 #2 - 1992 #10; 1993 #1 - 1995 #4. 12/year; Russian language Available from OSA Library.

Energetika
Praha, Czechoslovakia, Available issues: 1953 #5 -- 1953 #6; 1953 #8 -- 1953 #12. 12/year, Czech language Available from OSA Library.

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