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Religion in Secular ArchivesSoviet Atheism and Historical Knowledge$

Sonja Luehrmann

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(p.207) 1. Archival collections

State Archive of the Russian Federation, Moscow (GARF) A-561, Knowledge Society of the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic (RSFSR).

R-6991, Council for Religious Affairs of the USSR.

R-9547, Knowledge Society of the USSR.

State Archive of the Republic of Marii El, Ioshkar-Ola (GARME) P-1, Mari Regional Committee of the Communist Party (Obkom).

P-14, Novyj Tor”ial District Committee of the Communist Party.

R-737, Knowledge Society, Mari republican division.

R-836, Commissioner for Religious Affairs in the Mari Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (ASSR).

National Archive of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan (NART) R-873, Commissioner for Religious Affairs in the Tatar ASSR.

Keston Archive and Library, Baylor University, Waco, Texas (KA) SU, Soviet Union (S) Samizdat, sorted by denomination and/or author

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