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Yelena Bonner (1923-2011): traditions of Soviet dissent: Yelena Bonner and Andrei Sakharov

Dedicated to the memory of Yelenna Bonner a world-renown Soviet/Russian human right activist, wife and inspiration for the late leading Soviet dissenter, political philosopher and humanist, Nobel Peace Price recipient physicist Andrei Sakharov.

Book by Yelena Bonner

Available in Gelman library:

 Alone together, memoirs by Yelena Bonner; translated from Russian by Alexander Cook, NY, Knopf, 1989. 

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 Mothers and daughters, by Yelena Bonner, traslated by Antonina W. Bouis, NY, Knopf, 1992.

Dnevniki: roman-dukument, Russian diaries by A. Sakharov, Y. Bonner, Moskva, Vremia, 2006.

Yelena Bonner obituary

YELANA BONNER DIES ON JUNE 18th 2011 AT THE AGE OF 88

Valiant human rights activist and widow of Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov, from The Guardian

Yelena Bonner

Andrei Sakharov and his legacy

Andrei Sakharov's Autobiography translated from Russian 

Andrei Sakharov. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

A. Sakharov Museum in Moscow

The Andrei Sakharov Foundation and Archives in Moscow (also contains materials on Yelena Bonner)

The Andrei Sakharov Archives at Harvard University (closely affiliated with Sakharov Archives in Moscow)

MEMORIAL (International Historical-Enlightment Human Rights and Humanitarian Society established with support of Yelena Bonner)

Subject Guide

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