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Dissent on the MarginsHow Soviet Jehovah's Witnesses Defied Communism and Lived to Preach About It$

Emily B. Baran

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Archives

Archive of Upravlinnia Sluzhby Bezpeky Ukrainy v L’vivs’kii oblasti (L’viv Oblast Security Service Archive, or L’viv SBU archive).

Archive of Upravlinnia Sluzhby Bezpeky Ukrainy v Zakarpats’kii oblasti (Zakarpattia Oblast Security Service Archive, or Zakarpattia SBU archive).

Arhiva Naţională a Republicii Moldova (State Archive of the Republic of Moldova, or ANRM).

Arhiva Organizaţiilor Social-Politice a Republicii Moldova (Archive of Socio-Political Organizations of the Republic of Moldova, or AOSPRM).

Derzhavnyi arkhiv L’vivs’koi oblasti (State Archive of L’viv Oblast, or DALO).

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Zakarpats’koi oblasti (State Archive of Zakarpattia Oblast, or DAZO).

Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii (State Archive of the Russian Federation, or GARF).

Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi arkhiv noveishei istorii (Russian State Archive of Contemporary History, or RGANI).

Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi arkhiv sotsial’no-politicheskoi istorii (Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History, or RGASPI).

Tsentral’nyi derzhavnyi arkhiv hromads’kykh ob’iednan’ Ukrainy (Central State Archive of Public Organizations of Ukraine, or TsDAHO).

Tsentral’nyi derzhavnyi arkhiv vyshchykh orhaniv vlady ta upravlinnia Ukrainy (Central State Archive of the Highest Bodies of Power and Government of Ukraine, or TsDAVO).

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Awake! (1947–present).

Consolation (1937–46).

Faithful under Trials: Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Soviet Union. VHS. Brooklyn, NY: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., 2001.

The Golden Age (1919–37).

Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Divine Purpose. Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. and the International Bible Students Association, 1959.

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Jehovah’s Witnesses: Proclaimers of God’s Kingdom. Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. and the International Bible Students Association, 1993.

Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Question of Blood. Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., 1977.

Moldova branch office of the Jehovah’s Witnesses (MJW), assorted files.

New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures. Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. and the International Bible Students Association, 1961.

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The Watchtower and Herald of Christ’s Kingdom (1931–39).

The Watch Tower and Herald of Christ’s Presence (1909–31).

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You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth. Brooklyn: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc. and the International Bible Students Association, 1989.

Your Will Be Done on Earth! Brooklyn: Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, 1958.

Selected Periodicals

Bor’ba (Edineţ district, Moldavia)

Curierul Ortodox

Forum 18 News Service

Izvestiia

Kishinevskie novosti

Komsomol’skaia pravda

Leninets (Edineţ district, Moldavia)

Leninets (Lipcani district, Moldavia)

Liudyna i svit

L’vovskaia pravda

Nauka i religiia

Novaia gazeta (PMR)

Novaia zhizn’ (Briceni district, Moldavia)

Pravda

Rossiiskaia gazeta

Sovetskaia Kirgiziia

Sovetskaia Moldaviia

Sovetskoe Zakarpat’e

Tara

Voiovnychyi ateist

Zakarpatskaia pravda

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