Book review: Bystrova, I. V. (2022). The British Ally: Organization of Military and Economic Supplies to the USSR in 1941-1945. Moscow: Ves’ mir publ., 576 p. (In Russian)

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Kristina V. Minkova

Saint Petersburg State University

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PhD (History), Senior Lecturer, Department of American Studies


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  3. Bystrova, I. V. (2022). The British ally: Organization of military and economic supplies to the USSR in 1941—1945. Moscow: Ves’ mir publ. (In Russian).
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  6. Minkova, K. V. (2021). Canada’s participation in Lend-Lease supplies to the Soviet Union. In Lend-Lease and Arctic Convoys: From regional cooperation toward global coalition. Proceedings of the International Research Conference dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the arrival in Arkhangelsk of the first Allied Convoy code-named Dervish (pp. 148—163). Arkhangelsk: Severnyi (Arkticheskii) federal’nyi universitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova publ. (In Russian).
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  8. Ryzhkov, N. I. (2020). The Great Patriotic: Lend-Lease. 2nd edition. Moscow: Ekonomicheskaya gazeta publ. (In Russian).

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