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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia

  1. General
  2. Civil engineering
  3. Transportation
  4. Energy conversion
  5. Mining industry
  6. Chemical industry
  7. Military technology
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: General

Sources in English:

  1. Balzer, Harley D. "Engineering Profession in Tsarist Russia," in Harley D. Balzer, ed., Russia's Missing Middle Class: The Professions in Russian History (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1996), pp. 55-88.
  2. Bater, James H. St. Petersburg Industrialization and Change (Montreal: Edward Arnold, Ltd., 1976).
  3. Blackwell, William. The Beginnings of Russian Industrialization, 1800-1860 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1968).
  4. Goldstein, E.R. "Vickers Ltd. and the Tsarist Regime," Slavonic and East European Review 58 (October 1980): 561-71.
  5. Graham, Loren R. "The Fits and Starts of Russian and Soviet Technology," in Technology, Culture and Development: The Experience of the Soviet Model (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1992), pp. 3-24.
  6. Gregory, Paul R. "Russian Industrialization and Economic Growth: Results and Perspectives of Western Research," Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 25 (1977): 200-18.
  7. Hogan, Heather. Forging revolution: Metalworkers, Managers, and the State in St. Petersurg, 1890-1914 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993).
  8. Kahan, Arcadius. "Government Policies and the Industrialization of Russia," Journal of Economic History 27 (1967): 460-77.
  9. Kirchner, Walther. "The Industrialization of Russia and the Siemens Firm, 1853-1890," Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 22 (1974): 321-57.
  10. Kirchner, Walther. "One Hundred Years, Krupp and Russia, 1818-1918," Vierteijahrschrift fur Sozial und Wirschaftsgeschichte 69 (1982): 75-108.
  11. McKay, John P. Pioneers for Profit: Foreign Entrepreneurship and Russian Industrialization, 1885-1913 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970).
  12. Rieber, Alfred J. "Politics and Technology in Eighteenth Century Russia," Science in Context 4:2 (1995): 341-68.
  13. Rieber, Alfred J. "The Rise of Engineers in Russia," Cahiers du Monde Russe et Soviétique 31:4 (Octobre-Décembre 1990): 539-68.
  14. Starr, S. Frederick. "New Communications Technologies and Civil Society," in Loren R. Graham, ed., Science and the Soviet Social Order (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1990), pp. 19-50.
  15. Steinberg, Mark. Moral Communities: The Culture of Class Relations in the Russian Printing Industry, 1867-1907 (Berkeley and Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, 1992).
  16. Von Laue, Theodore H. Sergei Witte and the Industrialization of Russia (New York: Atheneum, 1973).
  17. Wynn, Charters. Workers, Strikes, and Pogroms: The Donbass-Dnepr Bend in Late Imperial Russia, 1870-1905 (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1992).
  18. Zagorsky, S.O. State Control of Industry in Russia During the War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1928).
  19. Zelnik, Reginald E. Labor and society in Tsarist Russia: The factory workers of St. Petersburg, 1855-1870 (Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press, 1971).

Sources in Russian:

  1. Bogoliubov, A.N. Teoriia mekhanizmov i mashin v istoricheskom razvitii ee idei (Moscow: Nauka, 1976).
  2. Danilevskii, V.V. Ocherki istorii tekhniki XVIII-XIX vv. (Moscow, 1934).
  3. Gumilevskii, L.I. Russkie inzhenery (Moscow, 1953).
  4. Izobretenie radio: A.S. Popov: Documenty i materialy (Moscow: Nauka, 1966).
  5. Khramoi, A.V. Ocherk istorii razvitiia avtomatiki v SSSR: Dooktiabr'skii period (Moscow/Leningrad: AN SSSR, 1956).
  6. Krepostnaia manufaktura v Rossii (Moscow: AN SSSR, 1930).
  7. Kuzakov, V.K. Ocherki razvitiia estestvennonauchnykh i tekhnicheskikh predstavlenii na Rusi v X-XVII vv. (Moscow: Nauka, 1976).
  8. Kuznetsov, I.V., ed. Liudi russkoi nauki: ocherki o vydaiushchikhsia deiateliakh estestvoznaniia i tekhniki: Tekhnika (Moscow: Fizmatgiz, 1965).
  9. Muryanov, M. "Khronometriia Kievskoi Rusi," Sovetskoe slavianovedenie 5 (1988): 57-69.
  10. Ocherki istorii tekhniki v Rossii, 2 vols. (Moscow: Nauka, 1973-1975).
  11. Ostol'skii, V.I., and A.A. Chekanov, eds. Ocherki istorii tekhniki v Rossii s drevneishikh vremen do 60-kh godov XIX veka (Gornoe delo, metallurgiia, energetika, mashinostroenie) (Moscow: Nauka, 1978).
  12. Pipunyrov, V.N., and N.M. Raskin. Ivan Petrovich Kulibin (Leningrad: Nauka, 1986).
  13. Radovskii, M.I. Aleksandr Stepanovich Popov (Moscow/Leningrad: Nauka, 1963).
  14. Rosenfel'd, Ia.S., and K.I. Klimenko. Istoriia mashinostroeniia SSSR s pervoi poloviny XIX veka do nashikh dnei (Moscow: AN SSSR, 1968).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Civil Engineering

Sources in English:

  1. Britkin, A.S. The Craftsmen of Tula: Pioneer Builders of Water-Driven Machinery (Washington, DC: US Dept. of Commerce, 1967).
  2. Britkin, A.S. A.K. Nartov: an outstanding machine builder of the 18th century (Washington, DC: US Dept. of Commerce, 1965).
  3. Brower, Daniel R. The Russian City between Tradition and Modernity, 1850-1900 (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1990).
  4. Brumfield, William C. "Anti-modernism and the Neoclassical Revival in Russian Architecture, 1906-1916," Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 48 (1989): 371-86.
  5. Fedorov, S.G. "Matthew Clark and the Origins of Russian Structural Engineering, 1810-40s," Construction History 8 (1992): 69-88.

Sources in Russian:

  1. Balakshin, A.S. Sergei Aleksandrovich Balakshin, 1877-1933 (Moscow: Nauka, 1990).
  2. Bogoliubov, A.N. Avgustin Avgustinovich Betankur (Moscow: Nauka, 1969).
  3. Guzevich, D.Iu, and I.D. Guzevich. Petr Petrovich Bazen (St. Petersburg: Nauka, 1995).
  4. Ocherki istorii stroitelnoi tekhniki Rossii XIX-nachala XX vekov (Moscow: Stroiizdat, 1964).
  5. Rabinovich, M.G. Ocherki material'noi kul'tury russkogo feodal'nogo goroda (Moscow: Nauka, 1988).
  6. Rappoport, P. Stroitel'noe proizvodstvo Drevnei Rusi 10-12 vv. (St. Petersburg: Nauka, 1994).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Transportation

Sources in English:

  1. Abner, Rhonda. "Russian Giant: Sikorsky's Il'ya Muromets," Aviation History 6 (July 1996): 46-52.
  2. Barr, W. "Imperial Russia's Pioneers in Arctic Aviation," Arctic 38 (1985): 219-30.
  3. Bater, James H. "The Development of Public Transportation in St. Petersburg, 1860-1914," Journal of Transportation History 16 (1973): 85-102.
  4. Garbutt, P.E. "The Trans-Siberian Railway," Journal of Transport History 1 (1954): 238-49.
  5. Haywood, Richard M. The Beginnings of Railway Development in Russia in the Reign of Nicolas I, 1835-1842 (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1969).
  6. Haywood, Richard M. "The Development of Steamboats on the Volga River and its Tributaries, 1817-1856," Research in Economic History 6 (1961): 127-92.
  7. Haywood, Richard M. "The 'Ruler Legend': Tsar Nicolas I and the Route of the St. Petersburg-Moscow Railway, 1842-1843," Slavic Review 37 (December 1978): 640-50.
  8. Haywood, Richard M. Russia Enters the Railway Age, 1842-1855 (Boulder, CO; New York: East European Monographs; Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1998).
  9. Krypton, Constantine. The Northern Sea Route: Its Place in Russian Economic History Before 1917 (New York: Research Program on the USSR, 1953).
  10. Marks, Steven G. Road to Power: The Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Colonization of Asian Russia (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991).
  11. Marks, Steven. "The Trans-Siberian Railroad: State Enterprise and Economic Development in Imperial Russia." Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, 1988.
  12. Metzer, Jacob. Some Economic Aspects of Railroad Development in Tsarist Russia (New York: Arno Press, 1977).
  13. North, Robert N. Transport in Western Siberia: Tsarist and Soviet Development (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1979).
  14. Pater, A.D. de. The Railway Locomotives of Russia (Sutton Coldfield: Retrieval, 1987).
  15. Reichman, Henry. Railwaymen and Revolution: Russia, 1905 (Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1987).
  16. Sobolev, D.A. "Du Temple and Mozhaiskii: Was Either of Them the First to Flight Test an Aeroplane?" History and Technology 11:4 (1994): 393-401.
  17. Stokes, P.R. "Powered Flight: A Russian Endeavour of the 1880s," Transactions of the Newcomen Society (England) 63 (1991-1992): 73-102.
  18. Symons, Leslie, and Colin White, eds. Russian Transport: An Historical and Geographical Survey (London: G. Bell and Sons, 1975).
  19. Vaîcek, Radko. "Vassily Slesaryev's Svyatogor was Big and Innovative, but It Never Got Off the Ground," Aviation History 7 (March 1997): 8-10.
  20. Westwood, J.N. A History of Russian Railways (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1964).
  21. Wheeler, W.E. "The Control of Land Routes: Russian Railways in Central Asia," Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society 21 (October 1934): 585-608.

Sources in Russian:

  1. Bogoliubov, A.N. Avgustin Avgustinovich Betankur (Moscow: Nauka, 1969).
  2. Duz', P.D. Istoriia vozdukhoplavaniia i avatsii v Rossii: Iiul' 1914 g.-oktiabr' 1917 g., 3rd ed. (Moscow: Mashinostroenie, 1989).
  3. Duz', P.D. Istoriia vozdukhoplavaniia i avatsii v Rossii: Period do 1914 g., 2nd ed. (Moscow: Mashinostroenie, 1979).
  4. Ianush, L.B. Russkie parovozy za 50 let (Moscow, 1950).
  5. Il'inskii, D.P., and V.P. Ivanitskii. Ocherk istorii russkoi parovozo-stroitel'noi promyshlennosti (Moscow, 1928).
  6. Khanovich, I.G. Akademik Aleksei Nikolaevich Krylov (Leningrad: Nauka, 1967).
  7. Solomenko, N.S., ed. Ocherki istorii otechestvennogo korablestroeniia (Moscow: Nauka, 1990).
  8. Solov'eva, A.M. Zheleznodorozhnyi transport Rossii vo vtoroi polovine XIX v. (Moscow: Nauka, 1975).
  9. Startsev, V.I. "Pervaia magistral'naia ural'skaia zheleznaia doroga," Voprosy istorii, no. 1 (1956): 116-22.
  10. Virginskii, V.S. "Pervaia zheleznaia doroga v Rossii: K 150-letiiu postroiki," VIET, no. 4 (1987): 125-33.
  11. Voronin, M.I., and M.M. Voronina. Pavel Petrovich Mel'nikov (Leningrad: Nauka, 1977).
  12. Zhitkov, S., ed. Biografii inzhenerov putei soobshcheniia, 3 vols. (St. Petersburg, 1893, 1899).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Energy Conversion

Sources in English:

  1. Brittain, James E. "The International Diffusion of Electric Power Technology, 1870-1920," Journal of Economic History 34 (March 1974): 108-30.
  2. Coopersmith, Jonathan. The Electrification of Russia, 1880-1926 (Ithaca/London: Cornell University Press, 1992).
  3. Coopersmith, Jonathan. "The Role of the Military in the Electrification of Russia, 1870-1890," in E. Mendelsohn, M.R. Smith, and P. Weingart, eds., Science, Technology, and the Military (Dordrecht/Boston: D. Reidel, 1988), pp. 291-305.
  4. Kirchner, Walther. "Siemens and AEG and the Electrification of Russia, 1890-1914," Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 30 (1982): 399-428.

Sources in Russian:

  1. Bel'kind, L.D., et al. Istoriia energeticheskoi tekhniki (Moscow: Gosenergoizdat, 1960).
  2. Bel'kind, L.D. Pavel Nikolaevich Iablochkov (Moscow: Nauka, 1962).
  3. Chekanov, A.A., and B.N. Rzhonsnitskii. Mikhail Andreevich Shatelen (Moscow: Nauka, 1972).
  4. Davydova, L.G. Ispol'zovaniie elektricheskoi energii v promyshlennosti Rossii: Istoricheskii ocherk (Moscow: Nauka, 1966).
  5. Iarotskii, A.V. Boris Semenovich Iakobi (Moscow: Nauka, 1988).
  6. Iarotskii, A.V. Pavel L'vovich Shilling (Moscow: Nauka, 1963).
  7. Kamenetskii, M.O. Pervye russkie elektrostantsii (Moscow/Leningrad: Gosenergoizdat, 1951).
  8. Levit, G.O. Istoriia energeticheskikh obshchestv Sankt-Peterburga (Moscow/Leningrad: Gosenergoizdat, 1957).
  9. Nesteruk, F.Ia. Razvitie gidroenergetiki Sankt-Peterburga (Moscow: AN SSSR, 1963).
  10. Osadchii, N.P. Istoricheskii ocherk razvitiia peredachi elektricheskoi energii na rasstoianie (Moscow: Energiia, 1964).
  11. Ostol'skii, V.I., and A.A. Chekanov, eds. Ocherki istorii tekhniki v Rossii s drevneishikh vremen do 60-kh godov XIX veka (Gornoe delo, metallurgiia, energetika, mashinostroenie) (Moscow: Nauka, 1978).
  12. Shatelen, M.A. Russkie elektrotekhniki XIX veka (Moscow/Leningrad: Gosenergoizdat, 1955).
  13. Shevtsov, V.N., and I.S. Smirnov. Genrikh Osipovich Graftio (Moscow: Gosenergoizdat, 1955).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Mining Industry

Sources in English:

  1. Blanchard, Ian. Russia's Age of Silver: Precious-Metal Production and Economic Growth in the Eighteenth Century (London: Routledge, 1989).
  2. Fenin, Aleksandr I. Coal and Politics in Late Imperial Russia: Memoirs of a Russian Mining Engineer, trans. Aleksandre Fediaevsky, ed. Susan P. McCaffray (DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 1990).
  3. Gamsa, Mark. "California on the Amur, or the 'Zheltuga Republic' in Manchuria (188386)," The Slavonic and East European Review 81, no. 2 (April 2003): 23666.
  4. Graham, Loren R. The Ghost of the Executed Engineer: Technology and the Fall of the Soviet Union (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1993). Annotation
  5. Hogan, Heather. "Industrial Rationalization and the Roots of Labor Militance in the St. Petersburg Metalworking Industry, 1901-1914," Russian Review 42 (April 1983): 163-90.
  6. Kahan, Arcadius. "Entrepreneurship in the Early Development of Iron Manufacturing in Russia," Economic Development and Cultural Change 10 (1962): 395-412.
  7. Kublitskii, G.I. The Iron Heart of Russia: Development of the Kursk Iron Ore Deposit (Moscow: Novosti Press, 1975).
  8. McCaffray, Susan P. The Politics of Industrialization in Tsarist Russia: The Association of Southern Coal and Steel Producers, 1874-1914 (DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 1996).
  9. McKay, John P. "Baku Oil and Transcaucasian Pipelines, 1883-1891: A Study in Tsarist Economic Policy," Slavic Review 43 (1984): 604-23.
  10. Smirnov, Vadim. "Alumina Production in Russia. Part I: Historical Background," JOM 48 (August 1996): 24-26.
  11. Williams, Edward V. The Bells of Russia: History and Technology (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1985).

Sources in Russian:

  1. Fedorov, A.S. Tvortsy nauki o metalle: Ocherki o tvorchestve otechestvennykh uchenykh--metallurgov i metallovedov (Moscow: Nauka, 1969).
  2. Fomin, P.I. Gornaia i gornozavodskaia promyshlennost' iuga Rossii, 2 vols. (Khar'kov, 1915-24).
  3. Istoriia chernoi metallurgii i metalloobrabotki na territorii USSR, III v. do n.e.-III v. n.e. (Kiev: Naukova dumka, 1983).
  4. Karpenko, Z.G. Gornaia i metallurgicheskaia promyshlennost' Zapadnoi Sibiri v 1700-1860 godakh (Novosibirsk, 1963).
  5. Monopolii v metallurgicheskoi promyshlennosti Rossii, 1900-1917: Dokumenty i materialy (Leningrad: AN SSSR, 1963).
  6. Ostol'skii, V.I., and A.A. Chekanov, eds. Ocherki istorii tekhniki v Rossii s drevneishikh vremen do 60-kh godov XIX veka (Gornoe delo, metallurgiia, energetika, mashinostroenie) (Moscow: Nauka, 1978).
  7. Pavlenko, N.I. Razvitie metallurgicheskoi promyshlennosti Rossii v pervoi polovine XVIII v. (Moscow, 1953).
  8. Pervushin, S.A. Tsvetnaia metallopromyshlennost' dorevoliutsionnoi Rossii (Moscow, 1950).
  9. Plotkin, S.Ia. Petr Grigor'evich Sobolevskii: Zhizn' i deiatel'nost' vydaiushchegosia uchenogo XIX veka (Moscow: Nauka, 1966).
  10. Serbina, K.N. Krest'ianskaia zhelezodelatel'naia promyshlennost' tsentral'noi Rossii XVI-pervoi poloviny XIX v. (Leningrad: Nauka, 1978).
  11. Stoskova, N.N. Pervye metallurgicheskie zavody Rossii (Moscow: AN SSSR, 1962).
  12. Tikhonov, B.V. Kamennougol'naia promyshlennost' i chernaia metallurgiia Rossii vo vtoroi polovine XIX v.: Istoriko-geograficheskie ocherki (Moscow: Nauka, 1988).
  13. Ziniakov, N.M. Istoriia chernoi metallurgii i kuznechnogo remesla drevnego Altaia (Tomsk: Izd-vo Tomskogo universiteta, 1988).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Chemical Industry

Sources in English:

  1. Ipatieff, V.N. Life of a Chemist (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1946).

Sources in Russian:

  1. Luk'ianov, P.M. Istoriia khimicheskikh promyslov i khimicheskoi promyshlennosti Rossii do kontsa XIX veka, 6 vols. (Moscow: Nauka, 1948-1965).
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Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Military Technology

Sources in English:

  1. Bartlett, Roger P. "Charles Gascoigne in Russia: A Case Study in the Diffusion of British Technology, 1786-1806," in A.G. Cross, ed., Russia and the West in the Eighteenth Century (Newtonville, Mass.: Oriental Research Programs, 1983), pp. 354-67.
  2. Bartlett, Roger P. "Scottish Cannon Founders and the Russian Navy, 1768-1785," Oxford Slavonic Papers, N.S. X (1977): 51-72.
  3. Bellamy, Christopher. "The Russian Artillery and the Origins of Indirect Fire," Journal of Soviet Military Studies 3 (1990): 491-512.
  4. Bradley, Joseph. Guns for the Tsar: American Technology and the Small Arms Industry in Nineteenth-Century Russia (De Kalb: Northern Illinois Univ. Press, 1990).
  5. Brown, Peter B. "The Problematics of Armory Modernization in Late Imperial Russia," Russian History 21:1 (1994): 65-81.
  6. Coopersmith, Jonathan. "The Role of the Military in the Electrification of Russia, 1870-1890," in E. Mendelsohn, M.R. Smith, and P. Weingart, eds., Science, Technology, and the Military (Dordrecht/Boston: D. Reidel, 1988), pp. 291-305.
  7. Gamel, Iosif. Description of the Tula Weapon Factory in Regard to Historical and Technical Aspects (New Delhi: Amerind, 1988).
  8. Grant, Jonathan. "Tsarist Armament Strategies, 1870-1914," Journal of Soviet Military Studies 4 (1991): 141-48.
  9. Jones, G., and c. Trebilcock. "Russian Industry and British Business, 1910-1930: Oil and Armaments," Journal of Economic History 11 (1982): 61-103.
  10. Hellie, Richard. "Warfare, Changing Military Technology, and the Evolution of Muscovite Society," in John A. Lynn, ed., Tools of War: Instruments, Ideas, and Institutions of Warfare., 1445-1871 (Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press, 1990).
  11. Kipp, Jacob W. "Consequences of Defeat: Modernizing the Russian Navy, 1856-1863," Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 20 (1972): 210-25.
  12. The Military Encyclopedia of Russia and Eurasia, 8 vols. (Gulf Breeze, Fla.: Academic International Press).
  13. Polmar, Norman. Submarines of the Russian and Soviet Navies, 1718-1990 (Annapolis: Putnam Aeronautical Naval Inst. Press, 1991).
  14. Purves, J.G. "Nineteenth-century Russia and the Revolution in Military Technology," in J.G. Purves and D.A. Wests, eds., War and Society in the 19th Century Russian Empire (Toronto: New Review Books, 1972).
  15. Siegelbaum, Lewis H. The Politics of Industrial Mobilization in Russia, 1914-1917: A Study of the War-Industries Committees (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1983).
  16. Smith, Dianne L. "Muscovite Logistics, 1462-1598," Slavonic and East European Review 71 (1993): 35-65.
  17. Tarassuk, Leonid. The "Russian" Colts: From Colonel Samuel Colt to the Russian Imperial Court (North Hollywood, CA: Beinfeld Pub., 1979).
  18. Tarassuk, Leonid. Russian Pistols in the 17th Century (London: Arms & Armour P., 1968).

Sources in Russian:

  1. Astvatsaturian, E.G. Istoriia oruzheinogo i serebrianogo proizvodstva na Kavkaze v XIX-nachale XX v.: Dagestan i Zakavkaz'e (Moscow: Nauka, 1977).
  2. Baluev, V.K. Razvitie voenno-inzhenernoi elektrotekhniki (Moscow: Voenizdat, 1958).
  3. Gnatovskii, N.I., and P.A. Shorin. Istoriia strelkovogo oruzhiia Moscow, 1959).
  4. Istoriia Tul'skogo oruzheinogo zavoda, 1712-1972 (Moscow: Mysl', 1973).
  5. Iz istorii russkoi armii i oruzhiia (Moscow: Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1987).
  6. Mavrodin, V.V. Iz istorii otechestvennogo oruzhiia: Russkaia vintovka, 2nd ed. (Leningrad: LGU, 1984).
  7. Mavrodin, V.V., ed. Rabochie oruzheinoi promyshlennosti v Rossii i russkie oruzheiniki v XIX-nachale XX v. (Leningrad: LGU, 1976).
  8. Subbotin, Iu.F. "Iz istorii voennoi promychlennosti Rossii kontsa XIX-nachala XX v.," Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta, no. 3 (1973): 45-51.
  9. Subbotin, Iu.F. "K istorii vzaimootnoshenii mezhdu chastnymi i kazennymi predpriiatiiami v voennoi promychlennosti Rossii kontsa XIX-nachala XX v.," Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta, no. 14 (1973): 35-42.
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