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Contributors to this Electronic Archive include:

MEMORIAL: An International Historical, Educational, Human Rights And Charitable Society. See their research program for the “History of Dissidence in the Soviet Union” . See the book by A. Komaromi and G. Kuzovkin, Katalog periodiki Samizdata, 1956-1986 (A Catalog of Samizdat Periodicals, 1956-1986) Moscow : Mezhdunarodnyi Memorial, 2018.

The Andrei Belyi Center hosts a Samizdat Archive with issues of «Часы» (The Clock), «Архив» (Archive), and others.

Forschungsstelle Osteuropa, the Research Centre for East European Studies.

The Yuli Kosharovsky Collection, Jerusalem, Israel.

The Association Remember and Save, Archive of the Jewish Aliya Movement in the Soviet Union. Haifa, Israel.

The Petro Jacyk Resource Centre at the University of Toronto includes the Igor Belousovitch collection of Samizdat and Independent Press as part of its Russian and Soviet Materials. See also the description of Czech & Slovak collections including samizdat and materials about dissidence.

St. Petersburg Memorial , Information and Research Centre.

Related Sites of Interest include:

A Site on "Cultures of Dissent": On both sides of the Iron Curtain: Cultures of Dissent and the Definition of a European identity in Italy, France and USSR (1956-1991) .

A Catalog of Samizdat Periodicals by Ann Komaromi and Gennady Kuzovkin from the International Memorial Society: Каталог периодики Самиздата. 1956-1986 .

Samizdat Survey , developed by Josephine von Zitzewitz and Gennady Kuzovkin.

A searchable edition of Вести из СССР (USSR News Brief).

An electronic English edition of A Chronicle of Current Events (Хроника текущих событий).

The Virtual Museum of the Gulag , a project of the St. Petersburg Memorial , Information and Research Centre.

«Антология самиздата» Anthology of Samizdat, ed. V.V. Igrunov (Moscow, 2005), vols. 1-3.

The Bukovsky Archives with a section on "The CPSU and the Suppression of Dissent."

The Digital history project “Gulag: Many Days, Many Lives” at George Mason University, working with the Gulag Museum at Perm 36 and the International Memorial Society.