Monday, April 12, 2010

Louis Robert Coatney's The Katyn Massacre:

A dozen interesting looking news articles about the Katyn massacre, found on a bibliography on a research page, part of the wonderfully compelling contribution of Louis Robert Coatney---his thesis on the topic is superb. However, I can't get much response on the internets hasn't. Suppressed? I'd say so.

"Just wanted to save them here and say hi.

Nataliya Lebedeva, "The Tragedy of Katyn," International Affairs (Moscow), June 1990, p. 100.

William Echikson, "Katyn: The `Blank Space' Soviet Leader Did Not Fill," Christian Science Monitor, 12 July 1988,

"Purging Stalin: Revisionists Are out to Bump up the Number of Stalin's Victims" Alexander Cockburn Recounts the Millions," New Statesman & Society, 3 March 1989,

Louis R. Coatney, "Sunday, April 24th: A Day to Remember Katyn," Juneau Empire, 21 April 1988

Charles J. Gans, "Polish Official Raises Issue of World War II Massacre," Juneau Empire, 11 March 1988

Andrew Tarnowski, "Poles Challenge Soviets to Open Files on Katyn Massacre," Washington Times, 23 March 1988

John F. Burns, "Soviet Union Irked by Nordic Visitors: Some in an Antinuclear Group Boycott Rally over Link to World War II Massacre," New York Times, 1 August 1982

Norman Stone, "Katyn: The Heart of Stalin's Darkness," Sunday Times [London], 15 April 1990

Katyn Photographs Found in U.S. Archives." Times (London), 18 July 1989,

Norman Stone, "Katyn: The Heart of Stalin's Darkness," Sunday Times [London], 15 April 1990

Thomas S. Szayna, "Addressing `Blank Spots' in Polish-Soviet Relations," Problems of Communism, November-December 1988

"Katyn Memorial: Cover up," The Economist, 25 September 1976, 26-7;

and Who's Who, 1993: An Annual Biographical Dictionary (New York: St. Martin's, 1993),

John Darnton, "Polish Dissidents Quietly Mourn Wartime Massacre," New York Times, 4 May 1980

"Almost Certainly by Russia," The Economist, 25 September 1976, Joseph O. Douglass, Jr.,

"Soviet Strategic Deception," in Raymond S. Sleeper,

Mesmerized by the Bear: The Soviet Strategy of Deception (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1987 Nixon Sees Khatyn, A Soviet Memorial, Not Katyn Forest

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