CRL Historical Russian Newspaper Collections on Microfilm
Thematic Russian newspapers collections created by The Center for Research Libraries through its Slavic and East European Microfilm Project (SEEMP) are available to NYU affiliates, via interlibrary loan. These collections include:
1. Newspapers of the October Revolution, Jan. 3 through Dec. 31, 1917 (click for list of 71 titles)
2. Russian Regional Newspapers, 1990-2006 (click and scroll down for list of 22 titles)
3. Russian Right-Wing Extremist Press, 1990-1999 (click and scroll down to p. 33)
260 newspaper titles, 1990-2005; includes Russian nationalist organs in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Baltic countries with monarchist, nationalist, fascist, and conservative Orthodox views.
Catalog record Reel Index to Part I Reel Index to Part II Reel Index to Part III
Kramerius Digital Library Czech Republic
Digital library Kramerius is a project of the National Library of the Czech Republic. Contains around 6 million scanned pages, including 796 periodicals. Some of the documents are in German, Russian, English and other languages.
Universal Database of Regional Russian Newspapers (East View)
The Universal Database of Regional Russian Newspapers (UDB-REG) provides coverage of developments throughout Russia's regions. This database currently presents newspapers from all seven Federal Districts of the Russian Federation and includes coverage of local issues of Moscow and St. Petersburg. The database includes the Northern Caucasus (Groznenskii rabochii from Chechnya, Severnaia Osetiia from Northern Osetiia-Alania, etc.), Western Siberia (Tiumenskie izvestiia, etc.), the Volga region (Nizhegorodskie novosti from Nizhnii Novgorod or Samarskie izvestiia from Samara), and many others.
FBIS Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports, 1941-1996 (from library.nyu.edu search FBIS in databases by title)
Daily translated reports of news stories and broadcasts from various regions around the world, including the Soviet Union and Russia.
Click on the above link for the UNESCO-sponsored international database, with access to journals. Choose country from drop down box, and sort by publication, subject, date, or title. At present, there are 123 Russian, 52 Polish, and 35 Czech journals.
For alphabetized lists of the open access Russian journals, download the below. Ctrl+Click for access.
From Liladhar R. Pendse's Slavic Studies Librarianship blog. Download the document below for alphabetized list with links to over 440 Polish open access journals compiled by Dr. Jan Szczepański. For access, Ctrl+click