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 GENERALWORKS
Letonikas otrais kongress. Letonikas avoti: Latvijas piekraste. Arheoloģija, etnogrāfija, vēsture. [2nd Congress of Latvian Studies (Lettonics). Sources of Latvian Studies: The Latvian Coast. Archaeology, ethnography, history] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 359 lpp.: il.
ISBN 978-9984-824-11-6

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Dunsdorfs E. Saldenieks pasaules tālēs [A Man from Saldus in the Wide World]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 271 lpp.: il.

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Stradiņš J. Zinātnes un augstskolu sākotne Latvijā [The Beginnings of Science and Higher Education in Latvia]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 639 lpp.: il.
ISBN 978-9984-824-13-0

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In Latvian with summaries in English and Russian.


 
 MEDIEVAL AND MODERN HISTORY UP TO 1940
(See also: "Castles - architecture, history and archaeology", series "Senā Rīga")
Caune A. Rīgas Ziemeļu priekšpilsēta pirms 100 gadiem. Priekšpilsētas celtnes un iedzīvotāji 20. gadsimta sākuma atklātnēs.  [Caune A. Die nördliche Vorstadt Rigas vor 100 Jahren] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 279 lpp.: il.
ISBN 978-9984-824-10-9

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In Latvian with summary in German.


Bērziņš J. Latvijas rūpniecības strādnieku sociālais portrets. 1900–1914. [Bērziņš J. Die sociale Porträt der industriellen Arbeiterschaft Lettlands. 1900–1914] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 335 lpp.: il.
ISBN 978-9984-824-08-6

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In Latvian with summary in German.



The Hansa town Riga as mediator between east and west. Proceedings of an international scientific conference dedicated to 70 years of archaeological research in Riga, held in Riga, Latvia, on 23−25 September 2008 / Ed. by Andris Caune and Ieva Ose. – Rīga: Institute of the History  of Latvia Publishers, 2009. – 231 p. (Hanzas pilsēta Rīga – starpniece starp austrumiem un rietumiem. Rīgas arheoloģiskās izpētes 70 gadiem veltītās starptautiskās zinātniskās konferences referātu krājums. Rīga, 2008. gada 23.–25. septembris / Sast. Andris Caune un Ieva Ose)
ISBN 978-9984-824-12-3

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CONTENTS

Foreword. – P. 8.
Address by Jānis Birks, Chairman, Riga City Council. – P. 10.
Address by Jānis Stradiņš, Chairman of the Senate, Latvian Academy of Sciences. – P. 12.
Address by Klāra Radziņa, Director of the Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation. – P. 15.
Address by Guntis Zemītis, Director of the Institute of the History of Latvia. – P. 17.
Andris Caune. Archaeological evidence of Riga’s contacts with Western Europe and Ancient Rus in the 13th–14th century / Archäologische Zeugnisse von den Kontakten Rigas mit den westeuropäischen Ländern und Alt-Russ im 13.–14. Jh.. – P. 19.
Valentin Janin. 75 years of archaeology in Novgorod – the main achievements / 75 лет новгородской археологии. Основные достижения. – P. 28.
Manfred Gläser. Lübeck Archaeology during the past 60 years: written sources and conclusions regarding the history of settlement / Lübecks Archäologie in den letzten 60 Jahren: Schriftliche Quellen und siedlungsgeschichtliche Ergebnisse. – P. 45.
Jussi-Pekka Taavitsainen, Kari Uotila. Recent urban archaeological work in Finland with particular reference to the towns of Turku/Åbo and Naantali/Nådendal in Finland Proper. – P. 58.
Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Castle Holme as an outpost of Riga, end of 12th–14th century / Burg Holme als Vorposten Rigas (Ende des 12. – 14. Jh.). – P. 68.
Marian Rębkowski. Domus Sancti Spiritus in Colbergh (Kołobrzeg) in the light of archaeological evidence. – P. 80.
Ralf Busch. Hamburg at the waterfront: the oldest harbour / Hamburg an der Wasserfront: die älteste Schiffsanlege. – P. 90.
Еlena Ribina. Contacts between Novgorod and Riga, according to archaeological and written sources / Контакты Новгорода и Риги (по материалам письменных и археологических источников). – P. 99.
Dieter Bischop. Archaeological evidences on the medieval and post-medieval harbours of Bremen / Archäologische Zeugnisse der mittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Uferbefestigungen in Bremen. – P. 106.
Tatjana Berga. The minting of coinage in Riga in the 13th century / Münzprägung in Riga im 13. Jahrhundert. – P. 118.
Gražyne Nawrolska. The 13th century Elbląg from the archaeological point of view. – P. 124.
Doris Mührenberg. Conclusions regarding everyday life in medieval Lübeck, based on archaeological research during the past 60 years / Erkenntnisse zum Alltag im mittelalterlichen Lübeck aufgrund archäologischer Forschungen der letzten 60 Jahre. – P. 138.
Aleksandr Saksa. Building history and culture-historical stratigraphy of medieval Vyborg, on the basis of archaeological excavations in 1998–2008 / Baugeschichte und kulturhistorische Stratigraphie des mittelalterlichen Wyborgs (nach Materialien der Ausgrabungen 1998−2008). – P. 152.
Gunārs Jansons. Reconstruction of the architecture of the Riga’s first Rathaus in the 14th–18th centuries / Rekonstruktion der Architektur des Rigaer Rathauses im 14.–18. Jahrhundert. – P. 163.
Roberts Spirģis. Late Liv tortoise brooches of the 12th–13th centuries from the environs of Riga. – P. 175.
Edgar Ring. Urban archaeology in Lünburg – a contribution to Early Modern archaeology / Stadtarchäologie in Lüneburg – ein Beitrag zur Neuzeitarchäologie. – P. 190.
Māris Zunde. Contribution of dendrochronological studies to the dating of archaeological sites in Riga. – P. 201.
Anders Reisnert. Malmö and the Hanseatic League. – P. 210.
Ieva Ose. Stove ceramics in Riga in the 16th century and the prototypes for their decoration / Rigaer Ofenkeramik des 16. Jahrhunderts und ihre Vorlagen. – P. 222.



Broce J. K. Zīmējumi un apraksti. 4. sēj.: Latvijas mazās pilsētas un lauki [J. C. Brotze. Zeichnungen und deren Beschreibungen. Bd. 4. Lettlands Kleinstädte und Land] / Manuskriptu publicēšanai sagatavojis Muntis Auns. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 487 lpp.: il.

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Original text in German and Latvian, with commentary in Latvian.



1905. gads Latvijā: 100. Pētījumi un starptautiskas konferences materiāli, 2005. gada 11.–12. janvāris, Rīga [1905 i Latvia: 100. Research and Materials of an International Conference, 11-12 January 2005, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 583 lpp.: il.

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Papers in Latvian, with summaries in English or German.





Lerhis A. Latvijas Republikas ārlietu dienests. 1918-1940 [Foreign Service of the Republic of Latvia 1918-1940]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 326 lpp. + 32 lpp. il.

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In Latvian with summary in English.

Krēsliņš U. Aktīvais nacionālisms Latvijā, 1922–1934 [Active Nationalism in Latvia, 1922-1934]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 319 lpp.; il.

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Vartberges Hermaņa Livonijas hronika = Hermanni de Wartberge Chronicon Livoniae / No latīņu val. tulk., priekšvārdu un komentārus sarakst. Ē. Mugurēvičs. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 334 lpp.: il.

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Parallel text in Latin and Latvian, foreword also in German.

20. gadsimta Latvijas vēsture. II: Neatkarīga valsts. 1918–1940 [The 20th century history of Latvia. II. The Independent State. 1918-1940]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 1022 lpp., il.

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Šterns I. Latvijas vēsture. 1180–1290: Krustakari [History of Latvia 1180-1290. The Crusades]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2002. – 735 lpp.: il.

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Latvija 19. gadsimtā: Vēstures apceres [Latvia in the 19th Century: Essays on History]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2000. – 575 lpp.: il.

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20. gadsimta Latvijas vēsture. I: Latvija no gadsimta sākuma līdz neatkarības pasludināšanai. 1900–1918 [The 20th Century History of Latvia. I: Latvia from Beginning of the Century to the Proclamation of Independence]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2000. – 869 lpp.: il.

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In Latvian with summary in English.



 
 SOVIET AND NAZI OCCUPATION REGIMES
Okupācijas režīmi Baltijas valstīs 1940–1991: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2008. gada pētījumi un starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2008. gada 30.–31. oktobris, Rīga. [Symposium of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia. Volume 25: Occupation Regimes in the Baltic States 1940–1991. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia, 2008 and Proceedings of the International Conference „Occupation Regimes in the Baltic States (1940–1990): Research results and problems”, 30–31 October 2008, Riga] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 747 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 25. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 11.
Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia, 2008

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Daina Bleiere
Formation of Latvian Soviet Nomenklatura in 1940–1941. – P. 17.
Aigars Urtāns
Soviet Censorship in Latvia until 1990. – P. 50.
Jānis Viļums
The Latvian National Legion – An Anti-Soviet Underground Organisation in Latvia from 1940 to 1941. – P. 77.
Inesis Feldmanis
Die Nachumsiedlung der Deutschbalten aus Lettland im Jahre 1941. – P. 100.
Kārlis Dambītis
Repressions against Officers of the 24th Territorial Corps: Camp of Lake Lama in Norilsk. – P. 117.

NAZI OCCUPATION INLATVIA (1941–1945)
Kārlis Kangeris
Staatsrechtliche, Staatsbürgerschaft- und Eigentums-Fragen in Lettland während der deutschen Okkupationszeit (1941–1945). – P. 137.
Dzintars Ērglis
Murder of Jews in the Jewish Cemetery of Krustpils in Summer 1941. – P. 173.
Kārlis Kangeris, Uldis Neiburgs, Rudīte Vīksne
Das Lager Salaspils: historische Quellen und historiographisches Material. – P. 200.
Uldis Neiburgs
The Latvian Central Council in Nazi-Occupied Latvia (1943–1945): Current Issues and Results of Research. – P. 235.
Ojārs Stepens
Soviet Propaganda in Latvia at the End of the War between Germany and USSR. July 1944 – May 1945. – P. 280.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1944–1990)
Ēriks Jēkabsons
Polish Participation in the National Resistance Movement in Latvia in 1944−1950. – P. 311.
Ginta Brūmane
Totalitarian Iconography: The Political Poster in the Soviet Latvia, 1945–1965. – P. 327.
Antonijs Zunda
The Issue of the Baltic States and the Western Countries in the International Relations of the Initial Phase of Détente (1963–1969). – P. 354.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
Historiography of the Latvian SSR in the Period of Revival of Latvia’s Independence (1987–1990). – P. 385.
Jānis Taurēns
Restoration of the Latvian Independence in 1988−1991: Issues of Foreign Affairs. – P. 410.
Aija Kalnciema
Der eigentliche Wiederaufbau der staatlichen Unabhängigkeit Lettlands im Zeitraum vom 4. Mai 1990 bis zum 21. August 1991. – P. 434.

OCCUPATION REGIMES IN THE BALTIC STATES (1940–1990): RESEARCH RESULTS AND PROBLEMS
Reports of the International Conference, 30–31 October 2008

OCCUPATION OF THE BALTIC STATES: THEORETICAL ASPECTS AND HISTORIOGRAPHY
Inesis Feldmanis
The Occupation of Baltic States: Aspects of History and International Law. – P. 459.
Heinrihs Strods
On the Road to the History of the 20th Century Occupation of the Baltic States. – P. 468.
Erwin Oberländer
Conflicting Cultures of Remembrance of the Occupation of the Baltic States, 1940–1991, in Russia, Latvia and the West. – P. 480.
Boris Sokolov
The Soviet regimes in the Baltic States in the modern Russian historiography. – P. 487.
Ronaldas Racinskas
Separate Historical Memories. Different Perceptions of Nazi and Soviet Crimes. – P. 495.
Raimonds Cerūzis
Das Besatzungsproblem Lettlands in der deutschbaltischen Publizistik nach dem 2. Weltkrieg. – P. 507.
Jānis Taurēns
The Third Awakening of Latvia: Issues of Research. – P. 520.
John Hiden
Paul Schiemann − Enemy of all Totalitarianism. – P. 536.

NAZI OCCUPATION IN THE BALTIC (1941–1945): CONCEPTUAL APPROACH AND EVALUATIONS
Kārlis Kangeris
Staatsbürgerschaft und Eigentum – rechtliche und staatsrechtliche Fragen während der deutschen Okkupationszeit (1941–1944): die lettische Handelsflotte. – P. 547.
Uldis Neiburgs
Representation of the Nazi German Occupation in the Documents of the Latvian Central Council (1943−1945): Analysis of Sources and Their Content. – P. 562.
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of Occupying Powers in Vidzeme and Southern Estonia during Summer 1941: Similarities and Differences. – P. 576.
Edvīns Evarts
Verwaltungsvereinfachung im Generalbezirk Lettland 1942–1944. – P. 581.
Jevgenii Greben
Review of Documents on the History of the Reich Commissariat Ostland in the Archives of the Republic of Byelorussia. – P. 589.

THE FIRST AND THE SECOND SOVIET OCCUPATION (1940–1941, 1945–1990): SOVIETIZATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
Daniel Boćkowski
“Together Forever”: The Soviet Occupation of Eastern Poland during the Second World War. – P. 599.
Juris Ciganovs
Preparation of the Red Army for Invasion into the Baltic States in June 1940. – P. 617.
Antonijs Zunda
Western Countries and the Problem of the Occupied Baltic States at the Beginning of the Post-war Period (1945–1953). – P. 622.
Olaf Mertelsmann
Searching for Reasons of the Forced Collectivization in the Baltic Republics. – P. 634.
Gatis Krūmiņš
Organisation of Territorial Administration and the Policy of Selection of the Leading Staff in Latvia 1944–1947. – P. 641.
Ritvars Jansons
Soviet Repressions in the Occupied Latvia in 1944–1945. – P. 665.
Veronika Sajadova
Deportation in 1949 as a Basis of Sovietization of Latvian Agriculture. – P. 672.
Jelena Zubkova
“A Different USSR”? Peculiarities of the Implementation of the Soviet Project in the Baltic States (1950s–1960s). – P. 677.
Ilgvars Butulis
A Few Expressions of National Communism in Magazine Zvaigzne (1956–1959). – P. 696.
Ainārs Bambals
Operation of Exterminator Battalions of the Ministry of State Security of the Latvian SSR (1944–1955) – Example of the History of Collaborationism. – P. 709.
Argita Daudze
Latvian Exile Community in Sweden and Soviet Struggle against it in the 1970s–1980s. – P. 721.
Aron Shneyer
Jewry and Soviet Power in the Baltic Countries in 1945–1990. – P. 733.

Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 746.
Baltijas reģiona vēsture 20. gadsimta 40.–80. gados: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2007. gada pētījumi un starptautiskās konferences „Baltija Otrajā pasaules karā (1939–1945)” materiāli, 2007. gada 6.–7. novembris, Rīga. [Symposium of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia. Vol. 24. History of the Baltic Region of the 1940s–1980s: Research of the Commision of the Historians of Latvia, 2007 and Proceedings of an International Conference „Baltic during the Second World War (1939–1945)”, 6–7 November 2007, Riga] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 599 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 24. sēj.).
ISBN 978-9984-824-09-3

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 11.
Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia, 2007

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Inesis Feldmanis
Germany’s attitude towards the Occupation and Sovietisation of Latvia (1940–1941). – P. 17.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Juris Pavlovičs
Latvian District Authorities during the Introduction of the Nazi German Civilian Rule. – P. 47.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die Lettische Legion – ein Diktat der deutschen Besatzungsmacht oder Erfüllung lettischer “Hoffnungen”? – P. 62.
Uldis Neiburgs
Resistance Movement in Latvia under National-Socialist German Occupation (1941–1945): Less Studied Aspects and Their Perception Nowadays. – P. 98.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1944–1990)
Antonijs Zunda
The Baltic Issue and Western States in the Period of First Postwar Political Thaw and New Tensions from 1954 till 1961. – P. 139.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
The History of Latvia in the 1960s – Middle of 1980s: The Course of Investigation, Results, and Prospects (A Historiographic Overview). – P. 188.
Gatis Krūmiņš
Agricultural Policy in Latvia: 1985–1989. – P. 242.

BALTIC DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR (1939–1945)
Proceedings of an International Conference, 6–7 November 2007

FOREIGN POLICY OF THE BALTIC STATES (1939–1940): SEARCH OF NEW APPROACHES AND ALTERNATIVES
Jānis Taurēns
Latvian Foreign Policy in 1938–1940: Problems of the historiography. – P. 271.
Ilgvars Butulis
Die Wiederspiegelung des Zweiten Weltkrieges in den lettischen Militärzeitschriften (1939–1940). – P. 289.
Jānis Ķeruss
Die Neutralität Lettlands zu Beginn des 2. Weltkriegs: Vorstellungen und Realität. – P. 303.
Argita Daudze
Assessment of the Situation in Latvia in 1939–1940 by the Swedish Diplomatic Missions. – P. 320/
Kārlis Kangeris
Die geheimen deutsch-sowjetischen und schwedisch-sowjetischen Verträge des Jahres 1941 über die baltischen Staaten. – P. 332.

OCCUPATION OF LATVIA, LITHUANIA AND ESTONIA IN 1940: STATE OF RESEARCH AND PROSPECTS
Juris Ciganovs
Confiscation of the Latvian Army’s Materials, Equipment and Property after the Soviet Occupation in 1940. – P. 345.
Olaf Mertelsmann
Transition to Command Economy and Economic Exploitation: The Experience of Estonia 1940–1941. – P. 349.
Rasa Pārpuce
Kulturgüter der deutschen Umsiedler im Baltikum vom Juni 1940 bis Juni 1941. – P. 376.
Aigi Rahi-Tamm
Fulfilling “Special Tasks” in the Soviet Rear. Activity of the Department of Archives in 1941–1944. – P. 384.
Antonijs Zunda
Great Britain between de facto and de iure Concerning the Issue of Recognizing the Occupation and Annexation of the Baltic States in the Initial Stage of the Second World War (1940–1941). – P. 400.

GERMAN OCCUPATION TIME IN THE BALTIC: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS, RESEARCH PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Inesis Feldmanis
Lettland im Zweiten Weltkrieg: die aktuellen Forschungsprobleme. – P. 419.
Boris Sokolov
The Baltic States during the Second World War in the Public Opinion of Modern Russia. – P. 432.
Uldis Neiburgs
Resistance Movement in the Nazi-Occupied Baltic States (1941–1945): Theoretical Problems and Practical Solutions. – P. 440.
Kaspars Zellis
The Topic of Liberation and Freedom in the Propaganda of the Occupational Power: the Case of Latvia during the Nazi Occupation (1941–1945). – P. 455.
Toomas Hiio
German Military Authority of the Army Group “North” on the Estonian Territory in 1941–1944: German Military Occupation in Estonia within the Scope of the Hague Convention “Laws and Customs of War on Land”. – P. 465.
Arūnas Bubnis
Lithuanian Police Battalions in Latvia (1944–1945). – P. 481.
Arkadiusz Adamczyk
The Baltic States and the Baltic Sea Region in Geopolitical Concepts of the Piłsudski Adherents during the Second World War. – P. 488.
Andriejus (Andrius) Stoliarovas
The 12th Lithuanian Police Battalion during the Second World War (1941–1945). – P. 503.
Jevgenij Greben
Some Aspects of the Daily Life of the Population of Ostland (a Case study of Belarus General Province). – P. 520.
Viktors Duks
The Second World War in Latvia: Contributions and Opportunities of Military Archaeology. – P. 530.
Heinrihs Strods
Die kämpfenden Aktivisten der UdSSR in Lettland (1941–1945). – p. 540.

BALTIC WARRIORS ON THE FRONT-LINES OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR: NEW SOURCES AND RESEARCH POSSIBILITIES Ilze Jermacāne
Red Army, 201st Latvian Riflemen Division (August 1941 – October 1942) in Latvia State Archive’s Documents: Sources, Information and Significance. – P. 549.
Valdis Kuzmins
The 15th Latvian SS Voluntary Division in the Positions at the River Velikaya (1 March – 14 April 1944): Analysis of Losses. – P. 570.
Darjušs Roguts
Latvians in Soviet Screening-Filtration Camps after the Second World War. – P. 581.

Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 598.
Holokausta pētniecības problēmas Latvijā: 2006.–2007. gada pētījumi par holokaustu Latvijā un starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2007. gada 6.–7. novembris, Rīga [Problems of the Holocaust Research in Latvia. The Holocaust Studies in Latvia 2006-2007 and Proceedings of an International Conference 6-7 November 2007, Riga]. Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 375 lpp. (Latvijas vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 23. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 9.
Aivars Stranga
In Place of Introduction. Commemorating the Contribution of Professor Rauls Hilbergs in Holocaust Research. – P. 11.

RESEARCH ON HOLOCAUST PROBLEMS IN LATVIA
Aivars Stranga
Holocaust in German-occupied Latvia: 1941–1945. – P. 21.
Andrievs Ezergailis
Stahlecker’s Reports: the Basic Source and the Kkey of the History of Holocaust. – P. 30.
Rebecca Margolis, Edward Anders
The Linkimer Diary: How 11 Jews Survived the Holocaust. – P. 48.
Aigars Urtāns
Holocaust in the Province of Latvia: Abrene District. – P. 72.
Aigars Urtāns
Assassination of Jews in Madona District. – P. 95.
Aigars Urtāns
Expropriation of Jewish Property: Ludza District and Madona District in the German-occupied Latvia. – P. 118.

REPORTS ON HOLOCAUST FROM THE CONFERENCE “BALTIC IN WORLD WAR II (1939–1945)” ON 6–7 NOVEMBER 2007
Matthew Kott
What Does the Holocaust in the Baltic States Have to Do with the SS’ Plans for Occupied Norway? – P. 139.
Sergey Novikov
Холокост на оккупированной территории Беларуси и Латвии (1941–1944 г.): компаративний анализ историографии. – P. 162.

PUBLICATIONS OF DOCUMENTS
Gabriels Civjans – alias Gunārs Cīrulis
(translated and prepared for publication by Andrew Ezergailis). – P. 177.
Use of Jewish Workforce during the Liquidation Stage of the Riga Ghetto
(translated and prepared for publication by Kārlis Kangeris). – P. 186.

COMPILATION BY INVESTIGATORS OF THE LOCAL HISTORY
Josifs Ročko
From the History of Holocaust in Daugavpils. – P. 213.
Josifs Ročko
It Happened in Preiļi. – P. 240.
Uldis Lasmanis
Holocaust in the Town of Jēkabpils. – P. 260.
Uldis Lasmanis
Victims and Survivors of Holocaust in Jēkabpils. – P. 287.

MEMORIES
Jānis Britāns
No More Witnesses... – P. 331.
Memories about the Fate of Latgale Jewish Refugees in 1941–1945
(prepared for publication by Josifs Ročko). – P. 340.

Latvijas PSR Ministru kabineta sēžu protokoli: 1940. gada 23. jūlijs–24. augusts [Minutes of the Meetings of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Latvian SSR: 23 July - 24 August 1940]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 319 lpp.

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Ārvalstu arhīvu dokumenti par okupācijas režīmu politiku Latvijā 1940–1968: Dokumentu krājums [Documents from Foreign Archives on the Policy of Occupation Regimes in Latvia 1940-1968. Collection of Documents]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 382 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 22. sēj.).

Text in English, German, Russian and Latvian.

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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION. – P. 7.

THE FIRST YEAR OF SOVIET OCCUPATION. 1940–1941
The Soviet Government’s Plans in the First Year of Occupation. – P. 17.
USA, Great Britain and the Occupation of the Baltic States. – P. 47.

OCCUPATION OF NAZI GERMANY. 1941–1945
Intentions of Nazis’, the Situation and Mood in Latvia. 1941–1943. – P. 73.
Latvian Self-Administration of the Land. 1942–1945. – P. 93.
Latvian SS Volunteer Legion. 1942–1943. – P. 156. lpp.
Nazis’ Attitude towards Latvian Statehood and the Autonomy Question. 1941–1943. – P. 173.
Great Britain, USA and the Baltic Question. – P. 190.

LATVIA AS A PART OF THE SOVIET UNION. 1945–1968
Struggle of the USSR Occupation Regime against Armed Resistance in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. 1946–1952. – P. 201.
The Policy Realized by the Soviet Regime towards Church. 1945–1947. – P. 277.
USA, Great Britain and the Baltic Question. 1946–1950. – P. 337.
Great Britain and the Gold of the Baltic States. 1965–1968. – P. 361.

THE LIST OF PUBLISHED DOCUMENTS. – P. 371.

ABBREVIATIONS OF ARCHIVE NAMES. – P. 381.

COMPILERS OF THE COLLECTION. – P. 382.

Latvijas vēsture 20. gadsimta 40.-90. gados: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2006. gada pētījumi. [History of Latvia of the 1940s-1990s. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 503. lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 21. sēj.).

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Introduction. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Gints Zelmenis
Supervision of Culture and Censorship in Latvia during the Soviet Occupation, 1940–1941. – P. 15.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Inesis Feldmanis
Nazi Occupation Policy in the Baltic (1941–1945): Conception and Manifestations. – P. 47.
Kaspars Zellis
National Socialist Germany Propaganda in the Occupied Latvia, 1944–1945. – P. 61.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die Rückkehr und der Einsatz der Deutschbalten im Generalbezirk Lettland 1941–1945. – P. 84.
Uldis Neiburgs
Association of the Participants of the Latvian Resistance Movement (LPKDA) and Its Documentation about the Resistance Movement in Nazi-Occupied Latvia (1941–1945). – P. 122.
Andris Kūla
Metropolitan Sergiy and the Orthodox Church in Nazi-Occupied Latvia (1941–1944). – P. 171.
Kārlis Kangeris, Uldis Neiburgs, Rudīte Vīksne
Das Lager Salaspils im nationalsozialistischen administrativen System und in der wissenschaftlichen Typologie der Straflager (1941–1942). – P. 216.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1944–1990)
Juris Pavlovičs
Soviet Re-occupation of Latvia 1944–1946. A Historiographic Review. – P. 253.
Antonijs Zunda
The Baltic Issue and the Western Countries: End of the 1940s – Beginning of the 1950s. – P. 271.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
Soviet Policy in Latvia in the Second Half of the 1950s – Middle of the 1980s: The Course of Investigation, Results, and Prospects (A Historiographic Overview). – P. 305.
Daina Bleiere
Membership, Ethnic and Social Composition of the Latvian Communist Party Organization in 1944–1949. – P. 356.
Ainārs Bambals
Commanders and Recruited Personnel of the Exterminators Battalions of the Latvian SSR Ministry of State Security (1944–1954): Structural Analysis. – P. 374.
Ritvars Jansons
Prosecution for Antisoviet Propaganda and Agitation in the USSR and Latvian SSR, 1953–1967. – P. 401.
Heinrihs Strods
Censorship of Exile Literature in the Latvian SSR (1958–1990). – P. 425.
Ilgvars Butulis
Ausländische Informationen in der Zeitschrift “Zvaigzne” (1956–1959). – P. 452.

COLLECTION OF REGIONAL STUDIES
Irēna Šaicāne
Youth Unviolent Resistance Organizations in Viļaka in 1945. – P. 475.

Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 502.






Latvija un Austrumeiropa 20. gadsimta 60.–80. gados: Starptautiskās konferences referāti, 2006. gada 10. oktobris, Rīga [Latvia and Eastern Europe in the 1960s-1980s]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 227 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 20. sēj.).

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Preface. – P. 9.
Opening Address of the President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga to the Participants of the Conference. – P. 13.
Antonijs Zunda
The Baltic Issue in the International Relations during the 1960s. – P. 17.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
National Policy in Latvia during the 1960s–1980s: Theoretical Approaches, Concepts, Research Contexts. – p. 30.
Li Bennich-Björkman
Between Resistance and Opposition: Developments after Stalinism. – P. 45.
Arvydas Anušauskas
KGB and the System of Controlling Society. – P. 73.
Saulius Grybkauskas
The Soviet dopusk System as Society Control Lever in the Industry of Soviet Lithuania during 1965–1985. – P. 79.
Heinrihs Strods
Censure of Exile Publications in the Latvian SSR (1958–1989). – P. 87.
Valters Nollendorfs
Exile Literary Contacts with Latvia and the Foundation of the Latvian Writers’ Association in the 1970s. – P. 96.
Ritvars Jansons
The Soviet Union’s Struggle against “Ideological Diversion of Capitalist Countries” (1967–1989). – P. 107.
Jānis Rimšāns
Manifestations of Youth Resistance against the Communist Regime in the Latvian SSR (1965–1985). – P. 116.
Nikandrs Gills
Religious Minorities in Latvia under Communist Regime in the 1940s–1980s. – P. 133.
Māra Zirnīte
Oral History Testimonies in Comparison with the Press during the 1960s–1980s. – P. 146.
Irēna Saleniece
Use of Oral History Sources in Researching Latvian History during the 1960s–1980s: Religious Life. – P. 156.
Edmunds Šūpulis
The Politics of Memory: Judgments of the Latter Stage of Socialism in Life-Stories. – P. 166.
Ilga Kreituse
The Role and Activities of the Latvian Political Elite after the July 1959 Plenum of the CC of the CPL. – P. 172.
Juris Ciganovs
The Influence of the Soviet Ideology on Museums Activities in Latvia during the 1940s–1960s. – P. 179.
Dorina Orzac
Adaptation or Transformation: the Dej Regime after 1960 in Romania. – P. 185.
Anatolyi Rusnachenko
Ukraine from the mid-1950s to the mid-1980s: The Second among Equals or a Colony of the Empire? – P. 193.
Alfred Senn
“Sport – ty mir”. – P. 205.
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF THE SYMPOSIUM OF THE COMMISSION OF THE HISTORIANS OF LATVIA (VOL. 16–20). – P. 213.
AUTHORS OF THE ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN THIS COLLECTION. – P. 226.

Okupētā Latvija, 1940–1990: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2005. gada pētījumi [Occupied Latvia, 1940-1990]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 507 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 19. sēj.)

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Introduction. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
National Resistance in Latvia (1940s–1980s) in Latvian Historiography. – P. 27.
Antonijs Zunda
Mutual Financial Claims between the UK and USSR, and Latvia’s Gold. – P. 71.
Ojārs Stepens
Soviet Propaganda in Latvia at the beginning of the War between Germany and the USSR, 22 June–8 July 1941. – P. 99.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Inesis Feldmanis
German Occupation Policy in the Baltic (1941–1945): General Tendencies and Specifics. – P. 121.
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of the Occupying Powers Zemgale in the Summer of 1941: Jelgava District (end of June – beginning of July 1941). – P. 134.
Heinrihs Strods
Literature and Sources on USSR Combatants in Latvia, 1941–1945. – P. 153.
Kārlis Kangeris
Untersuchungen zum “Jahr des Grauens” während der deutschen Besatzungszeit: Geschichte zwischen Wissenschaft und Propaganda. – P. 190.
Kaspars Zellis
Propaganda of National Socialist Germany in the Occupied Latvia, 1942–1943. – P. 219.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1944–1990)
Ritvars Jansons
People’s Commissariat of State Security of the Latvian SSR, 1944–1945. – P. 251.
Ainārs Bambals
Exterminator Battalions of the Ministry of State Security of the Latvian SSR (1944–1956). – P. 277.
Dzintars Ērglis
Von sowjetischen Repressivorganen verhaftete Aktivisten und Unterstützer des Lettischen Zentralrates (1944–1953): eine Strukturanalyse. – P. 323.
Raitis Ābelnieks, Aigars Urtāns
Die nationale Widerstandsbewegung und die Gegenmaßnahmen der sowjetischen Besatzungsmacht in der Umgebung von Bauska (von 1944 bis Mitte der 1950er Jahre). – P. 356.
Jānis Stradiņš
Treatment of Scientists and Academy Circles in Soviet Latvia by Stalinist Regime (1944–1953). – P. 408.
Aldis Bergmanis, Indulis Zālīte
Committee of State Security (KGB) of the Latvian SSR and the Ideological Control of the Society (1965–1990). – P. 449.

REPORT OF THE LATVIAN COMMISSION OF HISTORIANS
Inesis Feldmanis
Nazi Occupation Policy in Latvia: Research Results (report delivered in the 3 July 2006 meeting of the Latvian Commission of Historians). – P. 503.
Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 506.



Holokausts Latvijā: Starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2004. gada 3.–4. jūnijs, Rīga, un 2004.–2005. gada pētījumi par holokaustu Latvijā [Holocaust in Latvia]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 383. lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 18. sēj.).

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Preface. – P. 9.


CONFERENCE “TOTALITARIAN REGIMES IN THE BALTIC: RESEARCH RESULTS AND PROBLEMS” ON JUNE 3–4, 2004

REPORTS ON THE HOLOCAUST
Aivars Stranga
Research and Memory of the Holocaust in Latvia. – P. 13.
Emmanuel Zingeris
Reports on the Nazi Occupation in Lithuania Made by the Lithuanian International Historical Commission. – P. 33.
Andrievs Ezergailis
Knowledge of the Holocaust in 1941. – P. 38.
Josifs Ročko
Extermination of Jews in Ilūkste District in 1941 (Recollections of the Local Residents). – P. 49.

ISSUES OF THE HOLOCAUST RESEARCH IN LATVIA

Andrievs Ezergailis
Six Versions of the Holocaust in Latvia. – P. 65.
Grigorijs Smirins
Jews of Riga in the Period of the Nazi Occupation (1941–1944). – P. 83.
Aigars Urtāns
Assassination of Jewish Civilians in Kuldīga District. – P. 118.
Eva Treiģe-Treide, Ēriks Prokopovičs, Andis Jēkabsons
Destiny of the Jews Community and Expropriation of Jews’ Property in the Town of Valdemārpils. – P. 137.
Andris Tomašūns
Jews murdered in Jelgava: Soviet and Nazi data. – P. 162.
Dzintars Ērglis
Holocaust im Amtsbezirk Kreuzburg im Sommer 1941: Siedlungen Piejūti und Smani. – P. 185.
Rudīte Vīksne
Extermination of Jews in Latvian Towns: Problems and Research Results. – P. 217.

COLLECTION OF REGIONAL STUDIES

Uldis Lasmanis
Holocaust in the Town of Viesīte. – P. 239.
Uldis Lasmanis
Holocaust in the Parishes of the Jēkabpils District. – P. 273.

TESTIMONY OF THE SURVIVOR

Memories of Elmārs Rivošs (fragment). – P. 313.
Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 382.



Nacionālā pretošanās komunistiskajiem režīmiem Austrumeiropā pēc Otrā pasaules kara: Starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2005. gada 7.–8. jūnijs, Rīga [National Resistance to Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe after World War II]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 287 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 17. sēj.).

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Letter by Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, President of the Republic of Latvia, on the opening of the International Conference of the historians “National Resistance to Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe after World War II”. – P. 9.
Introduction. – P. 11.

MATERIALS OF THE CONFERENCE
Heinrihs Strods
The National and Soviet Partisans in the Baltic States (1941–1956): Similarities and Differences. – P. 19.
Boris Sokolov
Postwar Resistance Movement in the Soviet Union and Countries of Eastern Europe in Russian Historiography. – P. 36.
Ronaldas Račinskas
Crimes of the Communist Regime in Lithuania after World War II and National Resistance: Conclusions of Lithuanian International Historical Commission. – P. 45.
Janusz Vróbel
Polish Resistance against the Communist Regime after World War II. – P. 64.
Vitaly Skalaban
Anti-Soviet Resistance in Belarus after World War II. – P. 83.
Raitis Ābelnieks
Die Besonderheiten des bewaffneten nationalen Widerstandes im Kreis Bauska (1944-1950). – P. 88.
Ritvars Jansons
Combat Operations of the Soviet Security Agents (Chekists) against Latvian National Partisans (1944–1956). – P. 96.
Zigmārs Turčinskis
The Role of Agents-combatants in the Annihilation of the National Partisan Union of Latvia (1944–1953). – P. 104.
Aldis Bergmanis
The LSSR Secret Service Operations against the National Partisans
of Latvia in 1953. – P. 116.
Björn M. Felder
Underground Networking: National and International Connections of the anti-Soviet Resistance in Latvia (1944–1950). – P. 124.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
National Resistance in Latvia after World War II in Latvian Historiography (2nd half of the 1940s-2nd half of the 1980s). – P. 136.
Ainārs Bambals
Material Evidence and Documents in Criminal Cases of the State Security Ministry of the Latvian SSR as the Source of the History of the National Partisans (1944–1956). – P. 154.
Inese Dreimane
Oral History of the National Partisan Activities in Northern Latgale. – P. 178.

ORAL HISTORY AND DOCUMENTS
Memories of the Inhabitants of Northern Latgale (Commentary by Inese Dreimane). – P. 191.
The Garrison Sites and Operations of the Units of the 4th and 5th Divisions of the People’s Commissariat of the interior of the USSR in the Baltic States 1945–1951 (Editor Heinrihs Strods). – P. 241.
The Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 286.

Zusammenfassung. – 537. lpp.


Latvija un Otrā pasaules kara beigas Eiropā: Atzīmējot nacistu kapitulācijas 60. gadadienu / Latvia and the End of the Second World War in Europe: Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Nazi Capitulation. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 226 lpp.

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Okupētā Latvija 20. gadsimta 40. gados: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2004. gada pētījumi [Occupied Latvia in 20th century (1940-s). Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia 2004]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 450 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 16. sēj.).

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CONTENTS
Preface. – P. 7.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
Historiography of the History of Latvia on the Change of Occupation Powers in Latvia, 1940–1944/45. – P. 11.
Antonijs Zunda
The Baltic States and Great Britain at the Beginning of World War II (1939–1941). – P. 73.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Inesis Feldmanis
Nazi Occupation Policy in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia (1941–1945): A Comparative Description. – P. 93.
Heinrihs Strods
Persecutions of Soviet Activists in Latvia during the Years of Nazi Occupation (23 June 1941–1945). – P. 106.
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of Occupying Powers in Rīga in Summer 1941. – P. 205.
Kaspars Zellis
The Propaganda of Nazi Germany in the Occupied Latvia (June–December 1941). – P. 235.
Kārlis Kangeris
Der Aufbau der Polizei in Lettland während der deutschen Okkupation (1941–1945). – P. 278.
Inese Dreimane
Women’s Collaboration with Nazi Repressive Structures in Latvia from 1941 to 1944. – P. 319.
Uldis Neiburgs
Diplomats of the Republic of Latvia in the West and Central Council of Latvia during 1943–1944: Political Stance, Contradictions and Solutions. – P. 369.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1944–1945)
Ritvars Jansons
The Influence of the Communist Party on the People’s Commissariat of the Interior of the Latvian SSR (1944–1945). – P. 395.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Mobilisierung der Einwohner Lettlands in die Rote Armee (1944–1945). – P. 415.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 450.
Totalitārie režīmi Baltijā: izpētes rezultāti un problēmas: Starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2004. gada 3.–4. jūlijs, Rīga [Totalitarian regimes in the Baltic: research findings and issues. Materials of an International conference 3-4 June 2004, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 283 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 15. sēj.)

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Preface. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION 1940–1941
Alfred Erich Senn
Baltic Battleground. – P. 15.
Arvydas Anušauskas
Massacre of Military and Civilian Population Perpetrated by the Soviets. – P. 31.
Kseniya Petrochenko
Problems of Separated Families and Their Adaptation to the New Situation. – P. 44.

LATVIA UNDER THE NAZI OCCUPATION
Inesis Feldmanis
Nazi Occupation Policy in Latvia (1941–1945): Problems of Research, Possible Solutions and Variations. – P. 53.
Antonijs Zunda
The Problem of the Baltic States and Great Britain during the World War II (1939–1945). – P. 71.
Boris Sokolov
The Baltic States in 1939–1945, in Russian Historiography: Counter-nationalism. – P. 92.
Markku Jokisipilä
Between the Upper and Nether Stone. Finland and the Baltic States under constraint of the Soviet Union and Germany (1939–1944). – P. 99.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die in den letzten zehn Jahren (1995–2004) ausserhalb Lettlands veröffentlichten historischen Forschungsarbeiten über die deutsche Basatzungszeit in Lettland. – P. 126.
Juris Pavlovičs
No Man’s Land: The Change of Occupying Powers in the Eastern Part of the District of Riga (28 June–6 July 1941). – P. 144.
Uldis Neiburgs
Diplomats of the Republic of Latvia in the West and Nazi-Occupied Latvia (1941–1945): Sources and Research Opportunities. – P. 154.

SOVIET OCCUPATION 1944–1959
Heinrihs Strods
Sovietisation of Latvia (1944–1959). – P. 173.
Daina Bleiere
Post-War Period in the Research of the Baltic States: Current Research Trends and Problems. – P. 193.
Ritvars Jansons
The Results and Perspectives of Research on the History of the Security Institutions of the Latvian SSR. – P. 211.

BRIEFINGS OF THE COMMISSION OF THE HISTORIANS OF LATVIA
Inesis Feldmanis
The Occupation of Latvia: Some Aspects of History and International Law. – P. 225.
Inesis Feldmanis, Kārlis Kangeris
On Latvian Voluntary SS Legion. – P. 236.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX SYMPOSIUM OF THE COMMISSION OF THE HISTORIANS OF LATVIA (VOL. 1–15). – P. 247.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 283.
The Hidden and Forbidden of Latvia under Soviet and Nazi Occupations 1940–1991: Selected Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia. – Rīga: Institute of the History of Latvia Publishers, 2005. – 383 pages (Symposium of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia, Vol. 14).

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The Hidden and Forbidden History of Latvia under Soviet and Nazi Occupations 1940–1991 is the first major collection of scholarly articles by Latvian historians in English dealing with the long occupation period. During that time much of the history of the country and its people was indeed both hidden and forbidden. It was hidden not only from the population, but even more – from the outside world. The population still had its memory, of course, and could find its way around. The outside world, however, was shown only the occupants’ version of history – twisted and distorted to their own ends. That was true during the two Soviet occupations (1940–41 and 1944/45–1991) and the occupation by National Socialist Germany in 1941, which ended in Western Latvia with the German capitulation on 8 May 1945. Neither of the occupying powers was interested in the Latvian nation’s point of view or even documentable truth. At times the Communists found the Nazi version useful to their own ends, such as regarding atrocities attributed to Latvians during World War II. It was forbidden – and dangerous – to carry out research that would contradict the officially established historical point of view. This volume attempts to clear up the view – not rewriting history, but setting it straight.


CONTENTS

Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga
President of the Republic of Latvia
Foreword. – 7. lpp.
Valters Nollendorfs, Erwin Oberländer
Introduction. – 9. lpp.
Alfred Erich Senn
Baltie Battleground. – 17. lpp.

UNDER SOVIET UNION 1940–1941
Irēne Šneidere
The First Soviet Occupation Period in Latvia 1940–1941. – 33. lpp.
Irēne Šneidere
The Occupation of Latvia in June 1940:
A Few Aspects of the Technology of Soviet Aggression. – 43. lpp.
Rudīte Vīksne
Soviet Repressions against Residents of Latvia in 1940–1941: Typical Trends. – 53. lpp.
Jānis Riekstiņš
The 14 June 1941 Deportation in Latvia. – 62. lpp.

UNDER NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMANY 1941–1945
Inesis Feldmanis
Latvia under the Occupation of National Socialist Germany 1941–1945. – 77. lpp.
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of Occupation Powers in Latvia in Summer 1941:
Experience of Small Communities. – 92. lpp.
Kārlis Kangeris
“Closed” Units of Latvian Police – Lettische Schutzmannschafts-Bataillone:
Research Issues and Pre-History. – 104. lpp.
Inesis Feldmanis
Waffen-SS Units of Latvians and Other Non-Germanic Peoples in World War II:
Methods of Formation, Ideology and Goals. – 122. lpp.
Uldis Neiburgs
Western Allies in Latvian Public Opinion and
Nazi Propaganda during the German Occupation 1941–1945. – 132. lpp.
Antonijs Zunda
Resistance against Nazi German Occupation in Latvia:
Positions in Historical Literature. – 148. lpp.

HOLOCAUST IN NAZI-OCCUPIED LATVIA
Aivars Stranga
The Holocaust in Occupied Latvia: 1941–1945. – 161. lpp.
Dzintars Ērglis
A Few Episodes of the Holocaust in Krustpils:
A Microcosm of the Holocaust in Occupied Latvia. – 175. lpp.
Rudīte Vīksne
Members of the Arājs Commando in Soviet Court Files:
Social Position, Education, Reasons for Volunteering, Penalty. – 188. lpp.

UNDER SOVIET UNION 1944–1991
Heinrihs Strods
Sovietization of Latvia 1944–1991. – 209. lpp.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Colonization and Russification of Latvia 1940–1989. – 228. lpp.
Daina Bleiere
Repressions against Farmers in Latvia in 1944–1953. – 242. lpp.
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
Sovietization of Latvian Historiography 1944–1959: Overview. – 256. lpp.
Aldis Bergmanis, Ritvars Jansons, Indulis Zālīte
The Activities and the Main Repressive Tasks
of Latvian SSR Agencies of National Security 1944–1956. – 271. lpp.
Heinrihs Strods
Resistance in Latvia 1944–1991. – 286. lpp.

NOTES. – 299. lpp.

PRONUNCIATION OF LATVIAN. – 362. lpp.

INDEX. – 363. lpp.

CONTRIBUTORS. – 377. lpp.

MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION OF THE HISTORIANS OF LATVIA 1998–2004. – 379. lpp.
Totalitārie okupācijas režīmi Latvijā 1940.–1964. gadā: Latvijas vēsturnieku komisijas 2003. gada pētījumi [Totalitarian occupation regimes in Latvia in 1940-1964. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia 2003]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 581 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 13. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Irēne Šneidere
The First Soviet Occupation Period in Latvia: A few aspects. – P. 13.
Heinrihs Strods
The Second Phase of the Soviet Occupation of Latvia (early 1940 – mid-1941). – P. 26.
Dzintars Ērglis, Irēne Šneidere, Rudīte Vīksne, Arturs Žvinklis
Soviet Repressions in Latvia in June–August 1940: Structural Analysis. – P. 99.
Jānis Stradiņš
Reprisals of Totalitarian Occupation Regimes Against Science and Academic Circles in Latvia (1940–1945). – P. 130.
Valters Ščerbinskis
Destinies of Academic Life Organisations of Latvia and Their Members during World War II (1940–1945). – P. 165.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Antonijs Zunda
Nazi German Occupation Policy in Latvia from the Perspective of the Soviet Historiography. – P. 189.
Juris Pavlovičs
The Change of Occupying Powers in Latgale During Summer 1941. – P. 210.
Uldis Neiburgs
Nazi-Occupied Latvia as Perceived by the Western Allies (1941–1945). – P. 257.
Edvīns Evarts
Die Reprivatisierungsfrage während der deutschen Okkupation 1941–1944. – P. 287.
Ēriks Jēkabsons
The Social and Political Activities of Ethnic Belorussians in Latvia under the Nazi German Occupation in 1941–1945. – P. 306.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die Teilnahme von lettischen Schutzmannschafts-Bataillonen an den grossen Partisanen Bekämpfungsaktionen 1942 und 1943. – P. 332.
Björn Michael Felder
Das Unternehmen “Wildkatze”. Der SS-Jagdverband Ost und die Vorbereitung von antisowjetischen Partisanen in Lettland (1944–1945). – P. 358.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA FROM 1944 TILL THE MID-60s
Aleksandrs Ivanovs
Soviet Latvian Historiography on Sovietisation of Latvia in 1944–1956. – P. 389.
Ilgvars Butulis
Einige Aspekte der sowjetischen Kulturpolitik in sowjetlettischen Presseausgaben (1945–1949). – P. 427.
Ritvars Jansons
Interrelation of Totalitarian Repressive Institutions and Their Role in the Local Government of the Latvian SSR (1945–1959). – P. 442.
Daina Bleiere
People’s Judges’ and Prosecutors’ Offices Functioning in the Rural Districts of Latvia (1944–1953). – P. 489.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Erstrebungen der deportierten Bürger Lettlands nach Zurückgewinnung des verlorenen Eigentums. – P. 510.
Aldis Bergmanis, Indulis Zālīte
Most important Directions of Activities of the KGB of the Latvian SSR during 1960–1964. – P. 537.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 580.
Holokausta izpēte Latvijā: Starptautisko konferenču materiāli, 2003. gada 12.–13. jūnijs, 24. oktobris, Rīga, un 2002.–2003. gada pētījumi par holokaustu Latvijā [The holocaust research in Latvia. Materials of an International Conference 12-13 June 2003, Rīga and 24 October 2003, Rīga and the Holocaust Studies in Latvia in 2002-2003]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 415 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 12. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 9.
Opening Address of the President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 12.

REPORTS OF THE CONFERENCE “LATVIA UNDER NAZI GERMAN OCCUPATION” ON 12 JUNE 2003 AND REPORTS OF THE CONFERENCE “THE HOLOCAUST RESEARCH CONTINUES" ON 24 OCTOBER 2003
Aivars Stranga
Problems in the Holocaust Research. – P. 17.
Marģers Vestermanis
“Riga-Kaiserwald” Concentration Camp (A few aspects of the camp’s history). – P. 32.
Rudīte Vīksne
Extermination of Jews in Latvian Towns: Problems and Results of Research. – P. 41.
Ārons Šneijers
Holocaust in Ludza: Jews and People of Other Nationalities. – P. 49.
Dzintars Ērglis
The Holocaust and Expropriation of Jewish Property in Krustpils. – P. 60.
Peter Klein
How to Run Ghetto: Municipal Administration in Occupied Riga and Lodz and the “Final Solution”. – P. 82.
Anatoly Podolsky
Problems of Collaboration and Rescuing Jews on Latvian and Ukrainian Territories During Nazi Occupation: An Attempt at Comparative Analysis. – P. 87.
Kārlis Kangeris
Dokumente des Dritten Reichs über die Situation der Juden in Lettland von Juni 1940 bis Juni 1941. – P. 93.
Josifs Ročko
Holocaust in the Mind of Contemporary Society. – P. 106.
Dzintars Ērglis
The Destiny of the Jewish Community of Dundaga Parish, Ventspils District, in Summer 1941. – P. 112.
Arturs Žvinklis
Photo and Film Documents on the Holocaust in Latvia. – P. 164.
Aigars Urtāns
An Insight into the Holocaust Research in Bauska, Valmiera and Ludza Districts. – P. 187.
Meijers Melers
Jewish Mass Graves and Cemeteries in Latvia. – P. 196.
THE ISSUES OF THE HOLOCAUST RESEARCH IN LATVIA
Aivars Stranga
Holocaust in Latvia: 1941–1945. – P. 209.
Aigars Urtāns
Murder of Jewish Civilians in the Provinces of Latvia (on the Example of Ludza District). – P. 225.
Ēriks Prokopovicčs, Andis Jākabsons
Liquidation of Jews in Valdemārpils, Talsi District, in Summer 1941. – P. 255.
Uldis Lasmanis
Extermination of the Jewish Community in Nairi (Holocaust in Jaunjelgava). – P. 278.
Irēne Šneidere
Investigation Methods Used Against Jews Arrested at the Beginning of 1953. – P. 358.
TESTIMONY OF A HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR
Daisy Brand-Schweiger
Memories of the Deportation of Hungarian Jews to Latvia in Summer. – P. 379.
COLLECTION OF REGIONAL STUDIES
Jakov Karasin
Beginning of World War II and Nazi Occupation Period. – P. 387.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 414.
Latvija nacistiskās Vācijas okupācijas varā, 1941–1945: Starptautiskās konferences referāti, 2003. gada 12.–13. jūnijs, Rīga [Latvia under Nazi German occupation 1941-1945. Materials of an International Conference 12-13 June 2003, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 229 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 11. sēj.).

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Preface. – P. 9.
Opening Address of the President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 13.

1st plenary session
NAZI GERMAN OCCUPATION POLICY IN LATVIA: SOURCES AND HISTORIOGRAPHY
Antonijs Zunda
The Policies of the German Occupation Rule in Latvia (1941–1945): Opinions in Historiography. – P. 17.
Dmitrijs Oļehnovičs
Caricature as a “Weapon of War”: Some Tendencies in Nazi Propaganda. – P. 30.
Irēna Saleniece
Wehrmacht Soldiers in the Memory of the People of Latvia (according to oral sources of history). – P. 40.
Uldis Neiburgs
US Intelligence Service OSS (Office of Strategic Services) and Its Documents on Latvia in the Period of Nazi Occupation (1941–1945). – P. 48

2nd plenary session
NAZI OCCUPATION POLICY IN LATVIA: PROBLEMS AND TASKS OF RESEARCH
Inesis Feldmanis
Nazi Occupation Policy in Latvia (1941–1945): Current Problems of Research and Solutions. – P. 59.
Heinrihs Strods
Extermination of Activists and Supporters of the First Bolshevik Occupation in 1941–1945. – P. 72.
Kārlis Kangeris
Estlands Selbstverwaltung vor der Reform der landeseigenen Verwaltungen (07.03.1942) – Betrachtungen vom lettischen Standpunkt. – P. 83.
Edvīns Evarts
Economic Policy of the German Occupation Rule in Latvia during World War II. – P. 100.
Juris Pavlovičs
The Specifics of the Change of Occupying Powers in Liepāja and Its Environs: Analysis of Warfare Factors. – P. 108.

3rd plenary session
LATVIA DURING THE YEARS OF WORLD WAR II: COLLABORATION, RESISTANCE, PUBLIC OPINION AND EXTERNAL FACTORS
Andrievs Ezergailis
Collaboration in German Occupied Latvia: Offered and Rejected. – P. 119.
Alexander Kokurin
The Basic Activity Directions of the People’s Commissariat on Internal Affairs of the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic in 1940–1941. – P. 141.
Robert G. Waite
Some Aspects of Anti-German Sentiment in Latvia (1941–1944). – P. 154.
Katrin Reichelt
The Role of Latvia’s Independence Day, 18th November, in Nazi Occupation Policy, 1941–1943. – P. 177.
Mats Deland
The Swedish–Latvian Relief Committee, German–Baltic and Swedish Intelligence and Impact on the Reception of War Criminals in Sweden. – P. 188.
Jouko Talonen
The Latvian Evangelical-Lutheran Church during the German Occupation in 1941–1945. – P. 197.
Björn Michael Felder
SS Jagdverband Ost (1944–1945): A Case Study. – P. 221

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 228.
Okupācijas režīmi Latvijā 1940.–1959. gadā: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2002. gada pētījumi [Occupation regimes in Latvia in 1940-1959. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia (2002)]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 605 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 10. sēj.).

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Preface. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1940–1941)
Heinrihs Strods
The First Period of Latvia’s Occupation (23 August 1939 – beginning of 1940). – P. 13.
Danute Dūra, Ieva Gundare
Occupation Powers and Latvian People: Changes in Popular Psychological Disposition (1940–1941). – P. 88.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of Occupying Powers in Northern Kurzeme in Summer 1941. – P. 143.
Uldis Neiburgs
Portrayal of the Western Allies in Nazi-Occupied Latvia: Official Propaganda and Disposition of Society (1941–1945). – P. 169.
Antonijs Zunda
Resistance Movement in German-Occupied Latvia: Attitudes in Historical Literature. – P. 216.
Ēriks Jēkabsons
Polish National Resistance Movement in Latvia during the German Occupation (1941–1944). – P. 240.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die “Grosswerbung” für die lettischen Schützmannschafts-Bataillone vom Februar bis September 1942 – die zweite Phase des Aufbaus der lettischen Polizei-Bataillone. – P. 277.
Inesis Feldmanis
Lettische und andere nichtdeutsche Waffen – SS Einheiten im Zweiten Weltkrieg: Formierungsart, Ideologie und Kampfzwecke. – P. 334.
Edvīns Evarts
Wirtschaftspolitik der Nationalsozialisten in Lettland während deutscher Besetzung im historischen Überblick. – P. 352.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA FROM 1944 TILL THE END OF THE 1950s
Aldis Bergmanis, Indulis Zālīte
Repressive System of Occupation: Activities of the State Security Committee in the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic (1953–1959). – P. 373.
Zigmārs Turčinskis
The Formation and Beginning of the Activities of the NPUL: October 1944 – March 1945. – P. 433.
Ritvars Jansons
Suppression of the Armed Resistance Movement before Deportation of 1949 in Latvia. – P. 483.
Daina Bleiere
Resistance of Farmers to the Soviet Policies in Latvia (1945–1953). – P. 509.
Richards Pētersons
Protection of Cultural Monuments during the Soviet Occupation in the Latvian SSR (first post-war decade, 1944–1953). – P. 554.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Befreiung der deportierten Einwohner Lettlands von der Sonderansiedlung (1953–1959). – P. 576.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 605.
Ērglis Dz. Latvijas Centrālās padomes vēstures nezināmās lappuses [The Unknown Pages of the History of the Central Council of Latvia]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 231 lpp., il.

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Padomju okupācijas režīms Baltijā 1944.–1959. gadā: politika un tās sekas: Starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2002. gada 13.–14. jūnijs, Rīga [The soviet occupation regime in the Baltic states 1944-1959: Policies and their consequences. Materials of an International conference 13-14 June 2002, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 462 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 9. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 11.
Opening Address by President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 21.

1st plenary session
THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME IN THE BALTIC STATES (1944–1959): PROBLEMS OF METHODOLOGY, TERMINOLOGY AND SOURCE-STUDIES
Irēne Šneidere
The Soviet Occupation Regime in Latvia: Directions and Problems of Research. – P. 25.
Heinrihs Strods
Occupation of the Baltic States. A View on Terminology, Periodization, and the Status of Research. – P. 35.
Erwin Oberländer
Instruments of Sovietization in 1939/40 and after 1944/45. – P. 50.
Alexander Ivanov
Historical Science as a Tool of Soviet Policy: the Conceptual Level of Historiography. – P. 59.
Aigi Rani
Project “A Joint Register of Estonian Population Losses”: Sources and Methods of Research. – P. 71.

2nd plenary session
THE STRUCTURE OF THE POLITICAL POWER OF THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME
Daina Bleiere
The Corps of Judges and Prosecutors in 1940–1941 and 1944–1953. – P. 83.
David Feest
Dealing with the Unruly Reality: Rural Party Workers in Estonia (1944–1950). – P. 93.
Aldis Bergmanis
Political Changes in the Soviet Latvia in 1953. – P. 109.
Gatis Karlsons
Latvian Sailors: History of Employment Restriction (1945–1953). – P. 119.

3rd plenary session
THE REPRESSIVE POLICIES OF THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME IN THE BALTIC STATES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
Arvydas Anušauskas
Crimes of Communism in Lithuania (1944–1953): A Historical-Statistical Survey. – P. 141.
JānisRiekstiņš
The Deportation of 25 March 1949 in Latvia. – P. 162.
Arturs Žvinklis
Repressions Against the Parliamentarians of the Republic of Latvia After World War II. – P. 170.
Alexander Kokurin
The Prisons of the NKVD–KGB – People’s Commissariat of the Internal Affairs of Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia in 1944–1953. – P. 185.
Ainārs Bambals
Personal Files of the Officers of the LSSR SSM Exterminators Battalions as a Source of History. – P. 193.
Jaak Pihlau
Escapes from Occupied Estonia (1947–1959). – P. 203.

4th plenary session
THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL POLICIES OF THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME IN THE BALTIC STATES, THEIR MANIFESTATIONS AND CONSEQUENCES
Raita Karnīte
The Latvian Economy 1944–1959: Economic Policies, their Expression and Consequences. – P. 215.
Olaf Mertelsmann
Did Estonian Industry Really Grow so Fast after the War? Soviet Statistics and a More Realistic Approach. – P. 232.
Gunārs Baltiņš
The Specifics of the Methods of Statistics during the Soviet Period. – P. 243.
Pēteris Zvidriņš, Edvīns Vītoliņš
The Demographic Losses and Changes of the Ethnic Structure in Latvia: 1944–1959. – P. 248.
Pārsla Eglīte
Demographic Consequences of the Soviet Occupation in Latvia. – P. 256.

5th plenary session
THE CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS POLICIES OF THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME IN THE BALTIC STATES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
Riho Altnurme
Soviet Religious Policy towards the Lutheran Church in Estonia (1944–1949) and its Consequences. – P. 269.
Arunas Streikus
The Lithuanian Catholic Church and the Soviet Regime in 1944–1953. – P. 278.
Elīza Zikmane
Relations between the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Latvia and the State (1944–1959). – P. 287.
Irēna Saleniece
Implementing Some Aspects of the Soviet Education Policy in Daugavpils (1944–1953). – P. 299.
Jana Dreimane
The People’s Libraries of Riga between the Interests of the State Power and Society (1944–1953). – P. 311.
Aina Štrāle
Libraries as Captives of the Soviet Ideology (1944–1953). – P. 319.
Richards Pētersons
The Policy of the Soviet Occupation Power towards the Protection of Monuments (1944–1953). – P. 331.

6th plenary session
ARMED AND PEACEFUL RESISTANCE AGAINST THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME IN THE BALTICS
Ritvars Jansons
Latvian Armed Resistance Movement (1944–1956): Historiography and the Directions for Future Studies. – P. 343.
Heinrihs Strods
National Partisans in the Baltic (1944 – January 1947): Armament, Staffing, Military Action. – P. 358.
Zigmārs Turčinskis
The Co-operation between Latvian and Estonian National Partisans (1945–1952). – P. 382.
Alexander Daniel
Baltic Resistance Movement in the Russia’s SAMIZDAT Human Rights Periodicals (1960–1980). – P. 391.

7th plenary session
THE BALTIANS (LATVIANS, LITHUANIANS, ESTONIANS) IN THE FREE WORLD AND THE SOVIET OCCUPATION REGIME
Elmārs Pelkaus
The Idea of the Independent Statehood of Latvia in the Period of Refugee Camps (1944–1949). – P. 403.
Dzintars Ērglis
Attempts to Resume the Work of the Central Council of Latvia and Arrests of its Members after the Annihilation of the Council in 1945. – P. 414.
Kārlis Kangeris
The Latvian Question in the Context of Swedish-Soviet Relations (1941–1959). – P. 427.
Valters Nollendorfs
Exile Historical Consciousness as Reflected in Literature: the Image of Enemy, Hero, Sufferer and Friend. – P. 440.

Conclusions and the Resolution. – P. 453.
Holokausta izpētes jautājumi Latvijā: Starptautiskā semināra referāti, 2001. gada 29. novembris, Rīga, un 2001 [The Issues of the holocaust research in Latvia. Reports of an International Seminar 29 November 2001, Rīga and the Holocaust Studies in Latvia in 2001-2002].–2002. gada pētījumi par holokaustu Latvijā. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 414 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 8. sēj.).

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Preface. – P. 9.
Address to the Participants of the Seminar by President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 11.

REPORTS OF THE SEMINAR
Aivars Stranga
The Contribution of the Historians’ Commission of the President of Latvia to the Research into the Issues of the Holocaust. – P. 15.
Andrievs Ezergailis
Rumbula: A Perspective on the Perception of the Holocaust. – P. 24.
Wolfgang Scheffler
The Fate of the German Jews in the Ghetto of Riga and Surroundings. A Short Survey. – P. 39.
Kārlis Kangeris
Die lettisch-judischen Beziehungen aus der Sicht des Dritten Reiches (1933-1939). – P. 52.

THE ISSUES OF THE HOLOCAUST RESEARCH IN LATVIA OF THE YEAR 2001
Rudīte Vīksne
The Liquidation of Jews in Ventspils, 1941. – P. 67.
Rudīte Vīksne
The Destruction of Auce Jews, July 1941. – P. 101.
Dzintars Ērglis
The Murdering of the Jews in Krustpils. – P. 127.
Dzintars Ērglis
Enteignung jüdischen Eigentums in Kreuzburg während der Zeit der nationalsozialistischen Besatzung. – P. 158.
Grigorijs Smirins, Meijers Melers
The Tragedy of Jewish People in the Latvian Countryside during the Holocaust in the Summer of 1941 (Silene, Gostiņi, Malta). – P. 210.
Aigars Urtāns
Several Aspects and Problems of Holocaust Studies in Bauska Town and District. – P. 235.
Aigars Urtāns
Assassination of Jewish Civilians in the Valmiera District (Summer-Autum 1941). – P. 253.
Katrin Reichelt
Between Collaboration and Resistance? The Role of the Organization “Pērkonkrusts” in the Holocaust in Latvia. – P. 279.
Juris Pavlovičs
Change of Occupying Powers in the District of Valmiera in Summer 1941. – P. 299.
Rudīte Vīksne
The Killing of the Deseased During the German Occupation, 1941-42. – P. 324.
Aigars Urtāns
Destruction of Gipsies of Bauska Town and Region in Summer 1942. – P. 351.
Irēne Šneidere
Political Persecution of Latvian Jews: 1948-1953. – P. 359.

TESTIMONIES OF THE SURVIVORS
Judith Himmelfarb (Telaviv). – P. 384.
Israel Rivkovich (Jerusalem). – P. 402.

COLLECTION OF REGIONAL STUDIES
On the Fate of Jews of Pāvilosta and the Local Jewish Cemetery During the Holocaust. – P. 411.
The Authors of the Articles Published in this Collection. – P. 414.
Okupācijas režīmi Latvijā 1940.–1956. gadā [Occupation regimes in Latvia in 1940-1956. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia (2001)]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2002. – 495 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 7. sēj.).

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CONTENTS
Preface. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA IN 1940–1941
Irēne Šneidere
Arrested in June – Beginning of July, 1941: Fate of the Civilians of Latgale in the Gulag Camps. – P. 15.
Ilga Kreituse
Collaborationism in Latvia during the First Months of the Soviet Occupation and Annexation (June–August 1940): A Proposition. – P. 35.
Lelde Ozola
Materials and Documents of the LC(b)P on Represive Activities of the Soviet Occupation Regime (June 1940 – June 1941). – P. 57.
Danute Dūra, leva Gundare, Dzidra Zujeva
Occupation Powers and Latvian Society: From the Viewpoint of the ‘National Watch’ Collection. – P. 80.

NAZI GERMANY OCCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Jānis Taurēns
Latvia during the German Occupation through the Eyes of Western Historians. – P. 107.
Edvīns Evarts
Deutsche Historiker über die nationalsozialistische Okkupationspolitik Deutschlands in Lettland. – P. 123.
Antonijs Zunda
Collaboration in the German-occupied Latvia: Assessments in Historical Literature. – P. 141.
Inesis Feldmanis
Lettische und andere undeutsche Waffen-SS-Einheiten im Zweiten Weltkrieg: Gemeinsames und Unterschiedliches. – P. 165.
Ēriks Jēkabsons, Uldis Neiburgs, Kaspars Zellis
The Activities of Latvian Soldiers in Poland under the German Military Service (1942–1945). – P. 179.

SOVIET OCCUPATION IN LATVIA FROM 1944 TILL THE MID-50S
Inese Dreimane
Participation of Christian Priests of Latvia in the National Resistance Movement (1944–1953). – P. 221.
Zigmārs Turčinskis
National Partisans in Northern Vidzeme: 1945–1953. – P. 285.
Daina Bleiere
The Legal System (the Corps of Judges and Public Prosecutors) in 1940-1941 and 1944-1953. – P. 368.
Pārsla Eglīte, Ilmārs Mežs
Colonization of Latvia and Changes in Ethnic Composition of Its Population (1944-1990). – P. 405.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Vorrechte der Einwanderer in der Verteilung von Wohnungen in Lettland (1941-1956). – P. 444.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 494.
1941. gada 14. jūnija deportācija – noziegums pret cilvēci: starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 2001. gada 12.–13. jūnijs, Rīga [Deportation of 14 June 1941: crime against humanity. Materials of an international Conference 12-13 June 2001, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2002. – 415 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 6. sēj.).

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CONTENTS
Preface. – P. 11.
Opening Address of the President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 15.

1st plenary session
DEPORTATION OF 14 JUNE 1941: CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY
Jānis Riekstiņš
The Deportation of 14 June 1941 in Latvia. – P. 21.
Arvydas Anušauskas
Deportations – Crime Against Humanity: Comparative Analysis. – P. 35.
Indulis Zālīte, Sindija Eglīte
Structural Analysis of the Deportation of 14 June 1941. – P. 40.
Natalya Lebedeva
The Deportation of the Polish and Baltic Population to the USSR in 1939–1941: Common and Peculiar. – P. 51.
Pavel Polian
Deportation of 14 June 1941 in the Context of the Soviet Deportation Policy. – P. 72.
Zinaida Sytnic
The Drama of Deportations from Bessarabia: the Mechanism of Terror’s Machinery. – P. 74.
Steven Springfield
Deportation of 1941 and Its Effects on the Jewish Community in Latvia. – P. 77.

2nd plenary session
DEPORTATION OF 14 JUNE 1941 IN THE INTERNATIONAL AND LEGAL CONTEXT
Andrejs Lepse
Deportation of 14 June 1941 in the International Context. – P. 89.
Robert G. Waite
The United States and Soviet Occupation of Latvia, 1940–1941. – P. 103.
Kalju Mätik
Compensation of Crimes of the Occupants. – P. 122.
Linards Muciņš
Legal Rehabilitation of the Repressed Persons in Latvia after 1990, Its Results and Prospects. – P. 128.
Alfred Erich Senn
Soviet Rule in Lithuania, 1940–1941. – P. 135.
Inga Petravičiūtė
Soviet Repressive Structures and Collaboration with Them in Lithuania in 1940–1941. – P. 140.
Anatoly Rusnachenko
Deportations from the Western Ukraine in 1939–1941. – P. 149.
Kārlis Kangeris
The Soviet Occupation and the Deportation of 14 June in the Propaganda of the National Socialistic Germany Occupation Power to Follow (1941–1942). – P. 154.
Dov Levin
Mass Deportation of Latvian Jews to Remote Areas of the USSR: June 1941. – P. 175.

3rd plenary session
SOCIAL, ETHNIC, TERRITORIAL ASPECTS AND DEMOGRAPHIC CONSEQUENCES OF THE DEPORTATION OF 14 JUNE 1941
Ainārs Lerhis
The Fate of the Employees of the Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Soviet Camps. – P. 191.
Arturs Žvinklis
Soviet Repressions against the Parliamentarians of the Republic of Latvia in 1940–1941. – P. 201.
Ēriks Jēkabsons
14 June 1941 in the 24th Territorial Riflemen Corps of the Red Army. – P. 224.
Irēne Šneidere
The Fate of Latgale Civilians in the Camps and Prisons after the Arrest on 22 June–4 July 1941. – P. 236.
Uldis Lasmanis
Repressions of 1941 in Jēkabpils District. – P. 261.
Dzintars Ērglis
14 June 1941 in Dundaga Pagasts of Ventspils District. – P. 269.
Iveta Šķiņķe
The Women Arrested and Exiled During the Deportation of 14 June 1941: an Insight into the Problem. – P. 331.
Pēteris Šķiņķis
The Impact of Deportations on the Development of Latvian Rural Society. – P. 343.
Pēteris Zvidriņš, Edvīns Vītoliņš
Direct and Indirect Demographic Consequences of the Deportation of 14 June 1941. – P. 359.

4th plenary session
PROBLEMS OF HISTORY SOURCE-STUDIES OF THE DEPORTATION OF 14 JUNE 1941
Elmārs Pelkaus
The Reflection of the Deportation of 1941 in the Documents of the Communist Party of Latvia. – P. 367.
Ainārs Bambals
Archive Materials on the Cases of Inhabitants of Latvia Deported on 14 June 1941 as a Source of History. – P. 373.
Elga Zālīte
Demonizations and Deportations: Propaganda Wars in Latvia, 1941. – P. 384.
Naum Lifshits
The Deportation of 14 June 1941 as Part of the Soviet Holocaust. – P. 406.

CONCLUSIONS AND RESOLUTION. – P. 411.
Stockholm Documents. The German Occupation of Latvia. 1941–1945: What Did America Know? – Riga: Publishers of the Historical Institute of Latvia, 2002. – XX+507 p. (Symposium of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia, Vol. 5).

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This volume is dedicated to those who during the Second World War fought for Latvia by spying for the Western democracies.
The documents in this volume come from the Records of the United States Department of State relating to the Internal Affairs of Latvia, 1920–1945. The documents are important:
1) for what they say about Latvia under the Nazis;
2) for what they tell us about Latvian resistance against the Nazis; and
3) for what they tell us about American knowledge of Latvia during the German occupation.

CONTENTS:
Conditions in Nazi Occupied Latvia: Voldemārs Salnais’ Reports
Stockholm Intercepts: Radio Reports from Rīga, 1942(IX)–1945(I)
Legal Status of Latvia
Culture, Society, Economy
Fēliks Cielēns’ Reports, 1944
Memoranda, Notes, Dispatches

CONTENTS
Introduction. – IX. lpp.

Part One. VOLDEMĀRS SALNAIS REPORTS. 1941–1944. – 1. lpp.
1. First Year of the German Occupation, 1942. – 3. lpp.
Contents. – 3. lpp.
2. Latvia in the Autumn of 1942. – 110. lpp.
3. Latvia at the Turn of the Year 1942–1943. – 121. lpp.
4. Latvia in August 1943. – 149. lpp.
5. Latvia in March 1944. – 178. lpp.

Part Two. RĪGA RADIO REPORTS. Stockholm Intercepts. – 185. lpp.
Rīga Radio Reports, 1942. – 187. lpp.
Rīga Radio Reports, 1943. – 201. lpp.
Rīga Radio Reports, 1944/45. – 260. lpp.

Part Three. THE LEGAL STATUS OF LATVIA. – 333. lpp.
1. The Opinion of Three Latvian Lawyers. – 335. lpp.
2. Minutes of Conference Held on January 29, 1943 between Leaders of the Latvian “Self-Government” and of the General Commissariat. – 343. lpp.
3. Mobilization Order Issued by German Authorities, February 13, 1943. – 350. lpp.
4. Extension of Rights of Latvian and Estonian “Puppet” Governments. – 354. lpp.
5. Identification Cards in the Occupied Eastern Areas. – 359. lpp.
6. Memorandum to Himmler. – 362. lpp.

Part Four. CULTURE. SOCIETY. ECONOMY. – 367. lpp.
1. Conditions at the University of Rīga under the Soviet and German Occupations. – 369. lpp.
2. The Church in Latvia during Soviet Russian and German Rule. – 374. lpp.
3. Labor Situation in Latvia in 1943 and 1944. – 384. lpp.
4. Textiles and Wool. – 402. lpp.
5. Farm Economy. – 407. lpp.

Part Five. FĒLIKS’S CIELĒNS’S REPORTS. – 417. lpp.
1. The Struggle of the Latvian People for National and Political Freedom. – 419. lpp.
2. The Internal Political Situation in Latvia at the End of the Fourth Year of Occupation. – 427. lpp.
3. The Present Military and Political Situation in Latvia. – 432. lpp.
4. Conditions in Latvia and the Situation in Respect to Evacuees in Germany. – 439. lpp.

Part Six. MEMORANDA. NOTES. DISPATCHES. 1941–1945. – 445. lpp.
1. Alfrēds Bīlmanis: Conversations and a Letter. 1942–1944. – 447. lpp.
2. News from Latvia. 1942–1944. – 451. lpp.
3. Latvian Underground. – 462. lpp.
4. Francis Balodis Lecture: The Fate of Latvia. – 468. lpp.
5. Germans in Latvia by A. Jablonskis. A Soviet View. – 471. lpp.
6. Bruno Kalniņš and Alfrēds Bērziņš. – 475. lpp.
7. Baltic Refugees in Sweden. – 478. lpp.

Dribins L. Antisemītisms un tā izpausmes Latvijā: Vēstures atskats [Anti-Semitism and its Expressions in Latvia. History in Brief]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2002. – 183 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 4. sēj.).

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Totalitārie režīmi un to represijas Latvijā 1940.–1956. gadā: Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas 2000. gada pētījumi [Totalitarian regimes and their repressions carried out in Latvia in 1940-1956. Research of the Commission of the Historians of Latvia (2000)]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2001. – 743 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 3. sēj.).

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CONTENTS
Preface. – P. 9.

SOVIET OCUPATION IN LATVIA IN 1940–1941
Irēne Šneidere
Repressions of the Soviet Regime against the Civilians of Latgale: June – Beginning of July, 1941. – P. 15.
Ēriks Jākabsons
Repressions by the Soviet Rule against the Polish, Lithuanian and Belorussian Population of Latvia in 1940–1941. – P. 51.
Ainārs Lerhis
The Soviet Repressions against Diplomats of Independent Latvia. – P. 71.
Ēriks Jēkabsons, Ainārs Bambals
Annihilation of the Latvian Army and Reprisals against Militaries in 1940–1941. – P. 120.

NAZI GERMANY OCUPATION IN LATVIA (1941–1945)
Inesis Feldmanis
Latvia during German Occupation (1941–1945): Topical Problems of Research. – P. 173.
Antonijs Zunda
The Policies of the German Occupation Authorities in Latvia: Approaches in the Historical Literature. – P. 186.
Jānis Taurēns
The Baltic Question in the Policy of the Great Powers during World War II: An Insight into Historiography. – P. 208.
Kaspars Zellis, Uldis Neiburgs
Latvian Population Repressed during the German Occupation (1941–1945): Database. – P. 227.
Kārlis Kangeris
Repressive Policies against Latvian Intelligentsia Planned by National-Socialistic Germany in 1941–1942. – P. 240.
Uldis Neiburgs, Dzintars Ērglis
National and Soviet Resistance Movement – the Common and the Different (1941–1945). – P. 267.
Dzintars Ērglis
The Participants of the General Kurelis Group Arrested by the Soviet Repressive Structures. – P. 330.

SOVIET OCUPATION IN LATVIA FROM 1944 TILL THE MID-50S
Ritvars Jansons, Indulis Zālīte
Establishment of the State Security Institutions in the LSSR and Their Main Repressive Aims (1944–1956). – P. 373.
Aldis Bergmanis
Development of the LSSR National Security Institutions and Their Role in the Genocide against the Latvian People (1944–1953). – P. 477.
Daina Bleiere
Repressions against Farmers in Latvia in 1944–1953. – P. 539.
Heinrihs Strods
National Resistance Movement of Latvian Schoolchildren (1944 – Mid-50s). – P. 592.
Jānis Riekstiņš
Migrant Colonization in Latvia (1944 – Mid-50s). – P. 676.
Holokausta izpētes problēmas Latvijā: Starptautiskās konferences referāti, 2000. gada 16.–17. oktobris, Rīga un pētījumi par holokaustu Latvijā [The issues of the holocaust researh in Latvia. Reports of an International Conference 16-17 October 2000, Riga and the Holocaust Studies in Latvia]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2001. – 407 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 2. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Address by President of the Republic of Latvia Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga. – P. 9.
Alfred Erich Senn
Studying World War II and the Holocaust (remarks on the symposium). – P. 12.

REPORTS OF THE CONFERENCE
Norman Naimark
The Holocaust in Latvia in the Context: Problems of Comparison and Historicization. – P. 19.
Aivars Stranga
The Attitude of the Latvian Society towards the Holocaust. – P. 30.
Marģers Vestermanis
The Holocaust in Latvia: A Historiographic Survey. – P. 36.
Edward Anders, Juris Dubrovskis
Fate of Latvian Jews 1941–1945: Recovering Names from Official Records. – P. 49.
Robert G. Waite
West German Courts and the Holocaust in Latvia. – P. 61.
Peter Klein
Strategy or Improvisation? The Ghetto of Riga as the Destination of Deportations from Western Europe. – P. 74.
David Cesarani
Is There, and Has There Ever Been, a “Holocaust Industry”? – P. 83.
Irena Veisaite
The Perception of the Holocaust in Lithuania. – P. 100.
Andrievs Ezergailis
Folklore versus History: A Problem in Holocaust Studies. – P. 106.
Leo Dribins
Hysterics of Anti-Semitic Ideology in the German Nazi Occupied Latvia in 1941–1942. – P. 121.
Dov Levin
Some Basic Facts on Latvian Jewry – Before, During and After World War II. – P. 134
Paul A. Levine
Teaching the History of the Holocaust in Different Countries: Problems and Possibilities. – P. 153.
Katrin Reichelt
Profit and Loss: the Economic Dimensions of the Riga Ghetto (1941–1943). – P. 169.
Tapani Harviainen
World War II and Jews in Finland. – P. 185.
Kārlis Kangeris
Lettische Schutzmannschafts-Bataillone: Stand und Aufgaben der Forschung. – P. 195.
Svetlana Bogojavļenska
Sheina Grama’s Diary (Preiļi, July–August 1941) as a Historical and Human Evidence. – P. 225.
Guntis Dišlers
The Attitude of Latvia’s Lutheran Church towards the Holocaust in World War II. – P. 233.
Arturs Žvinklis
The Fate of the Latvian State Officials of Jewish Origin in World War II. – P. 248
Īzaks Kleimanis
The Holocaust in Latvia. Echoes and the Challenge. – P. 258.

THE ISSUES OF THE HOLOCAUST RESEARCH IN LATVIA
Dzintars Ērglis
A Few Holocaust Episodes in Krustpils: Beila Bella Weide Case. – P. 269.
Aivars Stranga
Jewish Refugees in Latvia (1933–1940). – P. 299.
Irēne Šneidere
Political Trials against Jews in Latvia (1944–1952). – P. 328.
Rudīte Vīksne
The Arājs’ Commando Member as Seen in the KGB Trial Files: Social Standing, Education, Motives for Joining It, and Sentences Received. – P. 350.
Marģers Vestermanis
Announcement of research “The Resistance to the Holocaust in Latvia”. – P. 384.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 407.
Latvija Otrajā pasaules karā: Starptautiskās konferences materiāli, 1999. gada 14.–15. jūnijs, Rīga [Latvia in World War II. Materials of an International Conference 14-15 June 1999, Riga]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2000. – 391 lpp. (Latvijas Vēsturnieku komisijas raksti, 1. sēj.).

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CONTENTS

Preface. – P. 11.
Opening Address by President of the Republic of Latvia Guntis Ulmanis. – P. 15.

1st plenary session
MOLOTOV–RIBBENTROP PACT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
Inesis Feldmanis
Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact and Latvia. – P. 19.
Erwin Oberländer
Latvian–German Relations, 1939–1940. – P. 35.
Aivars Stranga
The USSR Policy in the Baltic Region (1938–1940). – P. 42.
Vadim Roginsky
The Baltic Tragedy. The Baltic States and Nations in the Politics of the USSR and Nazi Germany on the Eve and During the World War II. – P. 49.
Dietrich A. Loeber
Consequences of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact Continuing into Our Days: International Legal Aspects. – P. 67.

2nd plenary session
COLLABORATION AND RESISTANCE MOVEMENT IN LATVIA
Kārlis Kangeris
Limiting Possibilities: the “New Europe”, a Soviet Republic or an Independent State. National Law Matters and “Big Politics” During the War (1941–1945). – P. 79.
Irēne Šneidere
The First Year of the Soviet Occupation: Preconditions for Collaboration. – P. 95.
Arvydas Anušauskas
Collaboration and Crimes to Humanity in the Occupied Baltic States in 1940–1941 Against the Background of World War II. – P. 107.
Robert G. Waite
“Reliable Local Residents”: Collaboration in Latvia, 1941–1945. – P. 115.
Elmārs Pelkaus
German Occupation Power and Latvian Politicians. – P. 145.
Dzintars Ērglis
Activities of the Latvian Central Council in Latvia After the End of World War II. – P. 154.
Uldis Neiburgs
Organisations of National Resistance in Latvia During the Soviet and German Occupation Period (1940–1945). – P. 163.
Joke van der Leeuw-Roord
Teaching Sensitive Issues with Focus on World War II. – P. 173.

3rd plenary session
MILITARY FORMATIONS DURING WORLD WAR II IN LATVIA AND OTHER OCCUPIED COUNTRIES
Hannes Walter
Estonian National Units in World War II in German and Finnish Armed Forces. – P. 183.
Heinrihs Strods
Soldiers of the Occupied Countries Under Alien Colours. – P. 189.
Uldis Neiburgs
Latvian Soldiers in the Armies of Germany and the USSR: Main Problems. – P. 197.
Harold Otto
Brīvprātīgi iesaukti: How the Germans Conscripted “Volunteers” for the Latvian Legion. – P. 208.
Anatoly Rusnachenko
National Liberation Movement in the Ukraine During World War II: Search for Alternatives and Parallels with Latvia. – P. 215.
Wojciech Roszkowski
Defeat in Victory: Polish War Efforts, 1939–1945. – P. 221.

4th plenary session
CRIMES AGAINST CIVIL POPULATION IN LATVIA DURING WORLD WAR II
Andrew Ezergailis
The Role of the Self-Defense Commandantures in the Holocaust. – P. 235.
Aleksey Litvin
The Latvian Police Battalions in Byelorussia in 1941–1944. – P. 252.
Katrin Reichelt
Latvia and Latvians in the Nazi Race and Settlement Policy: Theoretical Conception and Practical Implementation. – P. 266.
Heinrihs Strods
The Repeated Occupation of Latvia by the Soviet Union (1944–1945). – P. 278.
Rudīte Vīksne
Repressions Against the Latvian Population in 1940–1941 and 1944–1945: The Common and the Different. – P. 288.
Alexander Kokurin
Evacuation of the Convicts from the Prisons of the Latvian SSR People’s Commissariat of the Interior in 1941. – P. 295.

5th plenary session
LATVIA IN WORLD WAR II: PROBLEMS OF METHODOLOGY AND SOURCE STUDIES
Vilnis Zariņš
Latvia Under Two Occupational Powers: Problems and Paradigms. – P. 305.
Roberts Ķīlis
Methods of Social Anthropology in the Research of Mass Cataclysms. – P. 321.
Mirdza Kate Baltais
Latvia at the Tehran and Yalta Conferences – Issues and Sources. – P. 330.
Luboš Švec
The Archives of the Czech Republic on Latvia During World War II. – P. 336.
Aija Kalnciema
Documents of German Occupation Period in the Latvian Archives. – P. 342.
Arturs Žvinklis
Latvian Press During the Period of Nazi Germany Occupation. – P. 353.
Leo Dribins
Anti-Semitism in the Latvian Press Published During the Nazi Occupation Period (1941–1945). – P. 360.
Martin C. Dean
Seizure, Registration, Rental and Sale: the Strange Case of the German Administration of Jewish Moveable Property in Latvia (1941–1944). – P. 372.
Valters Nollendorfs
From Historical Facts to Historical Awareness: Principles and Approaches of the Latvian Occupation Museum. – P. 382.

The Authors of the Articles Published in this Symposium. – P. 390.
No NKVD līdz KGB. Politiskās prāvas Latvijā 1940–1986: Noziegumos pret padomju valsti apsūdzēto Latvijas iedzīvotāju rādītājs [From NKVD to KGB. Political Trials in Latvia 1940–1986]/ Rudītes Vīksnes un Kārļa Kangera redakcijā. – Rīga: LU Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 1999. – XVIII + 975 lpp.

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 ARCHAEOLOGY AND BIOARCHAEOLOGY
 (See also: "Castles - architecture, history and archaeology", series "Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija", series "Senā Rīga")
Caune A. Riņķa krusti Latvijā [Steinerne Ringkreuze in Lettland]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 159 lpp.: il.

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Loze I. Lubāna ezera mitrāja neolīta dzintars un tā apstrādes darbnīcas [Neolithic Amber of Lake Lubāns Wetlands and Amber-Working Workshops]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 187 lpp.: il + 32 lpp krāsu il.

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Mugurēvičs Ē. Viduslaiku ciems un pils Salaspils novadā [Die Dorfsiedlung und die Burg im mittelalterlichen Burgbezirk Kirchholm; A Medieval Village and Castle in the District of Salaspils]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 262 lpp.: il. + pielikums: Berga T. Mārtiņsalas pilī un ciemā atrastās monētas, 254.–262. lpp.

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Spirģis R. Bruņrupuču saktas ar krūšu važiņrotām un lībiešu kultūras attīstība Daugavas lejtecē 10.–13. gadsimtā [Tortoise Brooches with Pectoral Chain Ornaments and the Development of Liv Culture in the Lower Daugava Area in the 10th-13th Century] . – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 511 lpp.: il. ISBN 978-9984-824-02-4

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Arheologs Dr. phil. Dr. hist. profesors Francis Aleksandrs Balodis (1882–1947): Biobibliogrāfija. [Archaeologist Dr. phil., Dr. hist., Professor Francis Aleksandrs Balodis (1882-1947). Biobibliography] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 123 lpp.: il.

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Berga T. Augšdaugavas 14.–17. gadsimta senvietas: No Krāslavas līdz Slutišķiem [ 14th–17th century archeological sites along the upper Daugava (Krāslava to Slutišķi)]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 223 lpp.: il. + pielikums: Zariņa G. Augšdaugavas 14.–18. gs. iedzīvotāju antropoloģiskais izvērtējums, 193.–223. lpp.

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Caune A. Pētījumi Rīgas arheoloģijā: Rakstu izlase [Forschungen zur Archäologie Rigas]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 571 lpp.: il.

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Arheologu pētījumi Latvijā 2004. un 2005. gadā [Archaeological investigations in Latvia, 2004-2005] / Sast. I. Ose. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 135 lpp.: il.

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Loze I. Neolīta apmetnes Ziemeļkurzemes kāpās [Neolithic Dune Settlements in Northern Kurzeme]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 223 lpp.: il.
 
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Latvijas Zinātņu akadēmijas īstenais loceklis Dr. hab. hist. profesors Ēvalds Mugurēvičs: Biobibliogrāfija [Full Member of the Latvian Academy of Sciences Dr. hab. hist., Professor Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Biobibliography]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 143 lpp.: il.

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Zariņa A. Salaspils Laukskolas kapulauks. 10.–13. gadsimts [Salaspils Laukskola Cemetery, 10th-13th centuries]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 463 lpp.: il. + pielikums: Berga T. Salaspils Laukskolas kapulauka monētas, 435.–444. lpp.; Zariņa G. Salaspils Laukskolas 10.–13. gs. iedzīvotāju paleodemogrāfija, 445.–463. lpp.

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Zemītis G. Ornaments un simbols Latvijas aizvēsturē [Design and Symbols in Latvian Prehistory]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 227 lpp.: il.

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DESIGN AND SYMBOLS IN LATVIAN PREHISTORY Summary

INTRODUCTION. – 201. lpp.

Part I. THE SYMBOLS AND SYMBOLISM IN LATVIAN ARCHAEOLOGY. – 202. lpp.
Design on Iron Age Artefacts from Latvia and its Symbolism. – 204. lpp.
Expressions of Solar and Lunar symbolism in Archaeological Material from Latvia. – 205. lpp.
The Swastika in Archaeological Material from Latvia. – 208. lpp.
Bronze-mounted Bear’s Claw Pendants in Archaeological Material from Latvia. – 209. lpp.
Burials with a Deliberately Damaged Grave Inventory. – 210. lpp.
Reflection of the Horse Cult in Archaeological Material from Latvia. – 211. lpp.
Religion and Cult in Livish Society at the End of the Late Iron Age and the Beginning of the Early Middle Ages after Written Sources and Archaeological Evidence (10th–13th cc.). – 215. lpp.
Religious Ideas of the Couronians, after Written Sources and Archaeological Evidence (10th–15th cc.). – 217. lpp.

Part II. ANCIENT DAUGMALE. – 219. lpp.
Daugmale (10th–12th cc.) – the Earliest Urban Settlement along the Lower Daugava and Forerunner of Rīga. – 219. lpp.
Daugmale Cemetery at the Early Town Site. – 220. lpp.
The Relationship of Daugmale to Rīga and Semigallia in the 12th and 13th Centuries. – 221. lpp.
List of Illustrations. – 223. lpp.
Latvijas senākā vēsture: 9. g.t. pr.Kr. – 1200. g. [The Prehistory of Latvia] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2001. – 463 lpp.: il.

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Zariņa G. Latvijas iedzīvotāju paleodemogrāfija. 7. g.t. pr.Kr. – 1800. g. [Paleodemography of the inhabitants of Latvia 7th mill. BC – 1800 AD] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2009. – 247 lpp.: il.

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 ETHNOLOGY
(See also: series "Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija")
Latviešu tautas ēdieni. Latvijas vēstures institūta etnogrāfisko ekspedīciju materiāli [Latvian National Cuisine. Materials of Ethnographic Expeditions of the Institute of History of Latvia] / Sastādītāja Linda Dumpe. – Rīga: Apgāds „Zinātne”, 2009. – 287 lpp.: il.

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Blumberga R. Lībieši dokumentos un vēstulēs: Somijas zinātnieku ekspedīcijas pie lībiešiem [Livish People in Documents and Letters]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 383 lpp. + 8 lpp. krāsu il., 32 lpp. m/b il.

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 CASTLES - ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Livonijas piļu attēli no marķīza Pauluči albuma / Izdošanai sagatavojusi, tulkojusi un komentējusi Ieva Ose. [Abbildungen der livländischen Burgen im Album des Marquis Paulucci / Einführung und Kommentare von Ieva Ose] – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2008. – 319 lpp.: il.

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INHALT

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Hapsal. – S. 264.
Weissenstein. – S. 268.
Ass. – S. 272.
Etz. – S. 276.
Padis. – S. 280.
Tolsburg. – S. 284.
Borkholm. – S. 288.
Fegefeuer. – S. 292.
Kuimetz. – S. 296.
Mariendal, St. Brigitten, Klosterkirche. – S. 300.
Neuschloss. – S. 304.

REGISTER. – S. 308.
Quellen, Literatur und Abkürzungen. – S. 308.
Verzeichnis der Ortsnamen. – S. 314.
Verzeichnis der Personennamen. – S. 318.

Castella Maris Baltici 8. The proceedings of a Symposium held in Turaida, Latvia, on 5–9 September 2005. – Rīga: Institute of the History of Latvia Publishers, 2007. – 178 p.

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CONTENTS/INHALT

Vorwort. – P. 7.
Aleksander Andrzejewski, Leszek Kajzer. Modernization of Medieval Castles and the Problem of “palazzo in fortezza” in Great Poland in the 15th–17th Centuries. – P. 9.
Felix Biermann. Wehrelemente an einem Schloss des 16. Jhs. – Das Beispiel Eldenburg in der Prignitz. – S. 19.
Andris Caune. Der südöstliche Vorburgsturm der Burg Bauske. – S. 23.
Knut Drake. Die Heizung der Königskammer im Wohnturm Kärnan in Helsingborg. – S. 31.
Tomáš Durdík. Batterieturmburgen in Böhmen. – S. 37.
Nils Engberg, Jørgen Frandsen. Engelsborg – a fortified naval shipyard on Slotø in Nakskov Fjord. – P. 49.
Jānis Grūbe. Earthen Fortifications of Bauska Castle. – P. 63.
Christofer Herrmann. Pläne zur Modernisierung der Befestigungen in Neidenburg und Johannisburg durch den niederländischen Baumeister Nicolaus de Kemp (1602). – S. 69.
Gunārs Jansons. Die Architektur der Burg Turaida/Traiden im 13.–16. Jahrhundert. – S. 77.
Magnus Josephson. History of Nyköpingshus and the Artillery. – P. 85.
Villu Kadakas. Jõhvi Church – a Peculiar Fortification Seized in the Livonian War Near Narva. – P. 93.
Kirsi Majantie. Tile Stove in Finnish Castles after the Introduction of Firearms. – P. 101.
Mikhail Milchik. Sprung in der Kriegsbaukunst im Nordwesten Russlands im ersten Drittel des 16. Jahrhunderts. – S. 109.
Heidi Maria Møller Nielsen. Krogen/Kronborg in the 16th Century. Transformation of a Medieval Danish Royal Castle into an Early Modern Fortress. – P. 119.
Ieva Ose. Umbauten der Burgen in Lettland im 15.–16. Jahrhundert. – S. 131.
Kazimierz Pospieszny. Plauen-Bollwerk: Die frühe Pulverwaffenfortifikation der Marienburg in Preußen. – S. 141.
Kari Uotila, Anna-Maria Vilkuna. The Seats of Power in Medieval and Early Modern Finland. – P. 151.
Gintautas Zabiela. Decadence of Wooden Castles in Medieval Lithuania. – P. 155.

Materials about Turaida Castle and Excursions
Anna Jurkāne. Turaida Castle – Part of the Museum. – P. 163.
Andris Caune, Ieva Ose. Castles Seen during the Excursions. – P. 165.
Jānis Ciglis. Riga Castle. – P. 173.
Conference participants. – P. 177.


Jansons G. Turaidas pils arhitektūra, 13.–17. gadsimts [Architektur der Burg Turaida/Treiden im 13-17 Jahrhundert]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 163 lpp.: il.

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Ose I. Daugavgrīvas cietokšņa būvvēsture [ Die Baugeschichte der Festung Daugavgrīva (Dünamünde/Neumünde)]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2007. – 151 lpp.: il.

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Latvijas viduslaiku pilis. V. Pētījumi par Kurzemes un Zemgales pilīm [Latvian Medieval Castles V] / Sast. Ieva Ose. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 407 lpp.: il.

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Jansons G. Ikšķiles viduslaiku baznīca un pils: Pētījums arhitektūras vēsturē [Kirche und Burg des mittelalterlichen Uexküll/Ikšķile]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 115 lpp.: il.

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Latvijas viduslaiku pilis. IV: Caune A., Ose I. Latvijas 12. gadsimta beigu – 17. gadsimta vācu piļu leksikons [Mittelalterliche Burgen Lettlands. Ende des 12.-17. Jahrhundert]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2004. – 591 lpp.: il.

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Latvijas viduslaiku pilis. III. Pētījumi par ordeņpilīm Latvijā [Latvian Medieval Castles III] / Sast. Ieva Ose. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2002. – 503 lpp.: il.

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Latvijas viduslaiku pilis. II: Ose I. Latvijas viduslaiku piļu pētniecība 18.–20. gadsimtā [Erforschung der mittelalterlichen Burgen Lettlands im 18.–20. Jahrhundert.]. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2001. – 383 lpp.: il.

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Latvijas viduslaiku pilis. I. Pētījumi par Rīgas arhibīskapijas pilīm [Latvian Medieval Castles I] / Sast. Ieva Ose. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 1999. – 367 lpp.: il.

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 SERIES "ARHEOLOĢIJA UN ETNOGRĀFIJA"
Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 23. laid.: Veltījums seno apģērbu pētniecei arheoloģei Dr. habil. hist. Annai Zariņai 85 gadu jubilejā [Archaeology and Ethnography 23. Dedicated to the researcher of ancient dress archaeologist Dr. habil. hist. Anna Zariņa on her 85th birthday] / Sast. Ieva Ose. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2006. – 367 lpp.; il.

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CONTENTS/INHALT
Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Anna Zariņa: Her Life and Scientific Research. – P. 7.
Publications by Anna Zariņa 1996–2005. Compiled by Cilda Caune. – P. 14.
Māris Atgāzis. The Spietiņi Barrows and Their Place within the Spietiņi and Plāteri Group of Ancient Sites. – P. 16.
Tatjana Berga. The Cemetery of Umurgas Stūri. – P. 41.
Valdis Bērziņš. Components of Eel Clamps and Fish Fences from Sārnate Neolithic Settlement. – P. 49.
Andris Caune. Der Bauablauf der deutschen Burgen in Semgallen im 13.–15. Jahrhundert. – P. 59.
Baiba Dumpe. Specifics of Making the Textures of Early Textile Ware. – P. 71.
Guntis Gerhards. Trauma and Injuries in the Ancient Inhabitants of Ikšķile. – P. 85.
Rita Grāvere. The Integration of the Livs into the Latvian Nation. – P. 99.
Natalya V. Khvoshchinskaya. On the Appearance of Pendants with Bull Head Images in Ancient Rus. – P. 113.
Aija Jansone. Reconstruction Drawings of mid-19th Century Women’s Dress in Cēsis District, Made after Eyewitness Accounts. – P. 119.
Anete Karlsone. Comments on the Information about Late 18th Century Women’s Dress Published by Pēteris Blaus in 1885. – P. 127.
Silvia Laul. Das gelesene Gewebe vom Gräberfeld Siksälä. – S. 143.
Ilze Loze. The Late Neolithic Settlement Site of Asne in the Lake Lubāns Depression. – P. 148.
Vitolds Muižnieks. Die Bestattungssitten auf dem Kirchhof Mārtiņsala. – S. 163.
Ieva Ose. Pläne der Festung Dünamünde – Zeugnisse von den Umbauten am Ende des 17. und im 18. Jahrhundert. – S. 185.
Jaana Riikonen. Broken Twill in Finnish Late Iron Age Textiles – Weaving Pattern of Special Garments. – P. 206.
Roberts Spirģis. Zwischenglieder des Brustgehänges der Daugava-Liven im 10.–12. Jahrhundert. – S. 221.
Dagnija Svarāne. Iron Strap- and Belt-dividers, Mounts and Buckles Silvered in Inlay Technique from the Cemetery of Sāraji. – P. 239.
Klaus Tidow. Mittelalterliche und frühneuzeitliche Gewebefunde aus Lübeck und anderen norddeutschen Hansestädten. – S. 251.
Silvija Tilko. Bone Combs from the Cemeteries of Doles Vampenieši. – P. 269.
Andrejs Vasks, Laimdota Kalniņa. Settlement and Agriculture in Western Latvia in the Early Metal Period. – P. 282.
Antonija Vilcāne. The Ovens at Jersika Hillfort. – P. 295.
Ilga Zagorska. The First Inhabitants of the River Daugava Valley. – P. 311.
Gunita Zariņa. Palaeodemography of Vidzeme 14th–18th Century Population. – P. 327.
Guntis Zemītis. Penannular Brooches with Stylised Openwork Animal-head Terminals in Latvia. – P. 338.
Māris Zunde. Results and Interpretation of the Dendrochronological Dating of the Archaeological Timber Structures Found at 2/4 Teātra Street, Riga. – P. 346.
Irita Žeiere. Significant Finds of Middle Iron Age Garments from the Cemetery of Smoņi. – P. 357.


Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 22. laid.: Veltījums arheoloģes Elvīras Šnores 100 gadu jubilejas atcerei [Archaeology and Ethnography 22. In commemoration of the centenary of the archaeologist Elvīra Šnore] / Sast. Ieva OSE. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 279 lpp.: il.

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Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Elvīra Šnore – 100. Wissenschaftliche Arbeitsmöglichkeiten nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg unter sowjetischen Machtverhältnissen. – S. 9.
Ieva Cimermane. Einige Erinnerungsskizzen über die Arbeit meiner Mutter Elvīra Šnore in den Nachkriegsjahren. – S. 16.
Rita Grāvere. Several Features of the Anthropological Research of the Šnore Family. – P. 18.

STONE AND BRONZE AGE/STEIN- UND BRONZEZEIT. – P. 35.
Valdis Bērziņš. Net Fishing Gear from Sārnate Neolithic Site. – P. 37.
Ilze Loze. Late Neolithic Settlement Eiņi. – P. 62.
Andrejs Vasks. Bronze-working Centres and Bronze Objects in the System of Social Relations in the Territory of Latvia during the Early Metal Period. – P. 82.
Ilga Zagorska, Ligita Lukševiča, Ervīns Lukševičs, Hague Jungner. Ancient Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) and Their Hunters in Latvia. – P. 99.

IRON AGE/EISENZEIT. – P. 113.
Jānis Apals. Graf Carl Georg Sievers und die Inselsiedlungen Lettlands. – S. 115.
Tatjana Berga. Imitations of Oriental Coins in Latvia. – P. 127.
Roberts Spirģis. Kettenträger der Daugava-Liven aus dem 10.–14. Jahrhundert. – S. 135.
Dagnija Svarāne. 13th-14th Century Silver Mounts and Strap Dividers for Horse-trappings Silvered by Inlay Technique from Lake Vilkumuiža inTalsi. – P. 175.
Antonija Vilcāne. The Earthen Bank and Wooden Defences of Jersika Hillfort. – P. 186.
Gunita Zariņa. Women’s Status in 7th–13th Century Latvia According to Paleodemographic Data. – P. 204.
Guntis Zemītis. The Reflection of Late Iron Age Economic and Social Changes in the Archaeological Material from Gaideļi-Viduči Cemetery. – P. 212.

MIDDLE AGES AND MODERN ERA/MITTELALTER UND NEUZEIT. – P. 221.
Zigrīda Apala. Goldene Ringe in der Kulturschicht der mittelalterlichen Burg Cēsis (Wenden). – S. 223.
Vitolds Muižnieks. Forschungsgeschichte der Begräbnisstätten des 14.–18. Jh. in Lettland. – S. 226.
Ieva Ose. Die St. Georgskirche in Kirchholm. – S. 255.
Māris Zunde. On Dendrochronology and its Future Potential in Latvia. – P. 271.
Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 21. laid.: Pētījumi par akmens laikmetu un agro metālu periodu [Archaeology and Ethnography 21. Investigations on the Stone Age and Early Metal Period] / Atb. red. A. Vasks. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 154 lpp.: il.

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Ilga Zagorska. Radiocarbon Dates for the Earliest Period of Habitation in the Baltic States. – P. 11.
Guntis Eberhards, Laimdota Kalniņa, Ilga Zagorska. The Ancient Lake Burtnieks and the Stone Age Inhabitation. – P. 27.
Gunilla Eriksson, Ilga Zagorska. The Diet of the Stone Age Dogs. – P. 41.
Valdis Bērziņš. Classification and Statistical Analysis of the Pottery from Sārnate Settlement Site. – P. 53.
Ilze Loze. Finds of Funnel Beaker Pottery in the Lake Lubāns Wetlands (Zvidze Settlement Site). – P. 75.
Ilze Loze. Aspects of Research on the Corded Ware Culture in Latvia. – P. 81.
Baiba Dumpe. New Conclusions Regarding the Production of Neolithic All-Over Cord-Impressed Ware. – P. 110.
Guntis Gerhards. Flexed Burials in Latvia from an Anthropological Viewpoint. – P. 118.
Andrejs Vasks. Western Latvia as Part of a Sphere of Contacts in the Bronze Age. – P. 132.
Andrejs Vasks. Tarand (Stone Setting) Cemeteries in Kurzeme. – P. 141.
Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 20. laid.: Pētījumi par Kurzemi un Zemgali [Archäologie und Ethnographie 20. Forschungen über Kurland und Semgallen] / Atb. red. Ē. Mugurēvičs. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2000. – 235 lpp.: il.

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ARCHAEOLOGY/ARCHÄOLOGIE
Jānis Apals. Die ältesten Funde der Arbeitsinstrumente der Waldbienenzucht in Lettland. – S. 11.
Māris Atgāzis. Ancient Sites of Tērvete: Beginning of Research and Some Questions Related to the Dating of the Sites. – P. 18.
Tatjana Berga. Münzen aus dem mittelalterlichen Gräberfeld von Dobele aus der Sicht des Bestattungsrituals des 14.–17. Jh. – S. 32.
Valdis Bērziņš. Pottery Production and Use at Sārnate. – P. 44.
Ilze Loze. Neolithic Settlement Ģipka on the North-western Shore of the Gulf of Riga. – P. 61.
Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Archäologische Untersuchungen in Denkmälern der Eisenzeit und des Mittelalters am Ventaunterlauf. – S. 74.
Andrejs Vasks. The Bronze Age Burial Field at Pukuļi. – P. 88.
Ilga Zagorska, Irīna Jakubovska, Ints Veinbergs. Mesolithic Habitation in the Basin of the Lake Usma, Western Latvia. – P. 107.
Guntis Zemītis. The Relationship of Daugmale to Riga and Semigallia in the 12th and 13th Centuries. – P. 120.
Irita Žeiere. Textile Finds in the Burial Field of Ance. – P. 126.

ANTHROPOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGIE
Guntis Gerhards. The Body Stature of Semigallians during the Last Two Millennia. – P. 141.
Rita Grāvere. Changes in the Density of Population in Zemgale and Kurzeme after the Crusade. – P. 152.

ETHNOGRAPHY/ETHNOGRAPHIE
Linda Dumpe. Ethnographische Materialien über das Bier in Kurland. – S. 163.
Aija Jansone. The Most Characteristic Parallel Features in Traditional Folk Costumes of Kurzeme and those of European Nations. – P. 177.
Lilita Vanaga. C. F. Watson (1777–1826) for Kurzeme and Latvians. – P. 192.

GEOLOGY/GEOLOGIE
Guntis Eberhards. Litorina Sea Coastal Formations and the Origins of Stone Age Habitation on the Shore of the Gulf of Riga in Northern Kurzeme: Geological Background. – P. 211.

HISTORY/GESCHICHTE
Indriķis Šterns. A Castle in the Semigallian River. – P. 225.

List of papers in “Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija”, vol. 1–20. Composed by Roberts Spirģi. – P. 229.
Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 19. laid. [Archäologie und Ethnographie 19] / Atb. red. Ē. Mugurēvičs. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 1997. – 176 lpp.: il.

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INHALT/CONTENT

I. STEIN- UND BRONZEZEIT/STONE AND BRONZE AGE. – P. 9.
Valdis Bērziņš. Dwelling Layout at Sārnate Neolithic Settlement. – P. 11.
Jānis Graudonis. The Cult Site at Vecate. – P. 20.
Ilze Loze. Introduction of Agriculture in the Territory of Latvia (Lake Lubāna basin). – P. 25.
Ilga Zagorska. On a Rare Stone Age Mortuary Rite. – P. 42.

II. EISENZEIT/IRON AGE. – P. 51.
Māris Atgāzis. Broad-axes in Latvia. – P. 53.
Elvīra Šnore. Das Gräberfeld Lejasdopeļi im alten Selonenland. – S. 64.
Antonija Vilcāne. The Aizkalne Burial Field (9–11th Centuries). – P. 82.
Anna Zariņa. Die Gräber mit Händlerzubehör im livischen Gräberfeld des 10.–13. Jh. zu Salaspils Laukskola. – S. 97

III. MITTELALTER/MIDDLE AGES. – P. 107.
Zigrīda Apala. Funde der Nierendolche aus den Ausgrabungen der Burg Cēsis. – S. 109.
Viktorija Bebre. Pastalas – Most Ancient Simplest Footwear in Latvia. – P. 114.
Tatjana Berga. Halsschmücke des 14. – Anfang des 16. Jahrhunderts aus dem Gräberfeld Augustinišķi bei Krāslava. – S. 119.
Andris Caune. Kinderspielzeug aus Holz im mittelalterlichen Riga. – S. 130.
Rita Grāvere. Inhabitants of Latgale of the 14th–18th Centuries Viewed in the Odontological Aspect. – P. 135.
Jānis Grūbe. Die Waffen der Burg von Bauska nach Zeugnissen der Ausgrabungen 1976–1992. – S. 140.
Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. Die Jagd in Lettland im Mittelalter. – S. 149.
Ieva Ose. Konrad Strauss und die Keramik in Alt-Livland (Dem 100-jährigen Jubiläum des Forschers gewidmet). – S. 158.
Indriķis Šterns. The Port of Zemgale. – P. 165.
Indriķis Šterns. On the Place-names “Riga” and “Daugava”. – P. 172.
Arheoloģija un etnogrāfija. 18. laid. [Archäologie und Ethnographie 18] / Atb. red. A. Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 1996. – 239 lpp.: il.

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Andris Caune. Das 65. Jubiläum des Archäologen Ēvalds Mugurēvičs. – S. 7.
Die Veröffentlichungen von Dr. h. hist. Prof. Ēvalds Mugurēvičs (1956–1996). Zusammengesetzt von leva Ose. – S. 11.
Zigrīda Apala, Ieva Ose. Ofenkacheln mit einem Porträt Martin Luthers aus der Burg Cēsis. – S. 21.
Jānis Apals. Geschichtsquellen über die Burg Āraiši. – S. 27.
Jānis Asaris. Über die Ausbreitungsgebiete von Kuren in Nordkurland im 11. bis 13. Jh. – S. 38.
Viktorija Bebre. Finds of 8th–12th Century Ornamented Drinking Horns in Latvia. – P. 43.
Tatjana Berga. Feinwaagen in Lettland (X.–XIII. Jh.). – S. 49.
Andris Caune. Neue Erkenntnisse über die Gestaltung der Blockbauwände in Riga im 13.–14. Jahrhundert. – S. 62.
Andris Celmiņš. Finds of the 13th–14th Centuries Bronze Styli in Riga in 1994. – P. 72.
Kristīne Ducmane. Der Münzfund von Pāle (zweite Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts). – S. 77.
Jānis Graudonis. Dachstein der Burg Turaida. – S. 89.
Ilze Loze. The Early Neolithic Wooden Sculpture from the Zvidze Settlement (Depression of Lake Lubāna). – S. 93.
Arnis Radiņš. The 11th–13th Centuries Burials with “Donations” of Woman’s Jewellery Complex. – P. 98.
Dagnija Svarāne. The Raw Materials of Non-ferrous Metals in Latvia in the 10–12th Centuries. – P. 104.
Elvīra Šnore. Die Daugava-Liven auf der Insel Dole. – S. 111.
Indriķis Šterns. Vestiges of Viking Institutions in Medieval Latvia. – P. 131.
Baiba Vaska. The Ornament on Latgallian 8–9th Centuries Cuff-shaped Bracelets. – P. 137.
Andrejs Vasks. Rusticated Pottery in Latvia. – P. 147.
Armands Vijups. The Upper Chronological Border of Using Penannular Brooches. – P. 155.
Antonija Vilcāne. The Višķu Maskava Burial Field (8–12th Centuries). – P. 162.
Ilga Zagorska. The Late Palaeolithic Tanged Points in Latvia. – P. 181.
Anna Zariņa. Die früheisenzeitlichen Siedlungen zu Indrica und Sloboda, die auch im Mittelalter besiedelt waren. – S. 191.
Guntis Zemītis. Der Wall des Burgbergs von Daugmale. – S. 212.
Velta Zobiņa. Deposits of Bigauņciems. – P. 224.
Māris Zunde. Ergebnisse der dendrochronologischen Datierung der in der Trokšņu-Strasse in Riga entdeckten Holzbauten. – S. 233.

 
 SERIES "SENĀ RĪGA"

Senā Rīga 5: Pētījumi pilsētas arheoloģijā un vēsturē [Alte Riga 5] / Atb. red. Andris Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2005. – 391 lpp., il.

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INHALT / CONTENTS

Vorwort / Preface. – P. 9.

I. Untersuchungen zur Archäeologie und Numismatik Rigas / Research on the Archaeology and Numismatics of Riga
VIKTORIJA BEBRE. 13th–17th Century Leather Drawstring Purses from Riga and Their Function. – P. 13.
ANDRIS CAUNE. Beitrag archäologischer Zeugnisse bei der Rekonstruktion des Plans Rigas im 12.–13. Jahrhundert. – P. 33.
ANDRIS CAUNE. Funde mittelalterlicher Glasspiegel und ihrer Einfassungen in Riga. – P. 44.
ANDRIS CAUNE. Die Kaianlagen des Rige-Flusses im 12.–17. Jahrhundert. – P. 54.
ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. Sewing Utensils from the Cemeteries of the Riga Dom. – P. 70.
ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. A 13th Century Leather Mask from Riga. – P. 93.
ILZE REINFELDE. 18th and 19th Century White Clay Pipes in the Archaeological Material of Riga. – P. 104.
IRĒNA STRĒLE. Amber Finds from the Sites of the 12th–13th Century Riga Villages. – P. 125.
SILVIJA TILKO. Bone Skates in the Archaeological Material from Riga. – P. 135.
IRITA ŽEIERE. Research and Restoration of the Headdress from the Cemetery of the Riga Dom. – P. 153.
FRANCISKUS PÄRN. Der Plettenberg-Taler und seine Abschläge in Gold. – P. 159.

II. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte Rigas / Research on the History of Riga
MARGARITA BARZDEVIČA. Die Stadt Riga und die Rigenser während des Großen Nordischen Krieges anhand des Tagebuchs des Stadtbeamten Eberhard Tolcks. – P. 179.
IEVA OSE. Umbauten der Festung Daugavgrīva/Dünamünde 1622–1710. – P. 202.
DZIDRA OZOLIŅA. Rigaer Privathöfe und der Wechsel ihrer Besitzer: getätigte und nicht getätigte Geschäfte, Ende des 19. – Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts. – P. 234.
INDRIĶIS ŠTERNS. Riga in the 13th Century in the Livonian Chronicles. – P. 265.

III. Aus der Sammlung des Museums für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga / From the Depository of the Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation
INITA DZELME. Barockale Embleme auf den Deckeln der Rigaer Willkommpokale des 18. Jahrhunderts. – P. 275.
ANITA GAILIŠA. Die Stühle des Rigaer Stadtrates (2. Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts bis 1. Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts). – P. 297.
MĀRA OZOLIŅA. Die Samoware – ein eigenartiger Teil des metallenen Geschirrs in der Sammlung des Museums für Geschichte und Schifffahrt der Stadt Riga. – P. 304.
RASA PÄRPUCE. Der siebenarmige Leuchter der St. Petri-Kirche zu Riga. – P. 320.
ZITA PĒTERSONE. Riga Municipality Kiosks (1904–1915). – P. 333.

IV Erinnerungen alter Rigaer / Memories of Old Rigans
EDGARS SLAVIETS. Das Riga meiner Kindheit / Riga of My Childhood. – P. 351.

Senā Rīga 4: Pētījumi pilsētas arheoloģijā un vēsturē [Alte Riga 4] / Atb. red. Andris Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2003. – 462 lpp., il.

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INHALT / CONTENTS
Vorwort / Perface. – P. 9.

I. Forschungen zur Archäologie Rigas, Münzkunde und Anthropologie / Archaeologic, Numismatic and Anthropologic Investigations of Riga
VIKTORIJA BEBRE. Wooden Household Utensils from Medieval Riga. – P. 13.
TATJANA BERGA. Münzen des Rigaer Bistums in der Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts. – P. 37.
ANDRIS CAUNE. Archäologische Zeugnisse von der Bearbeitung des Glases in Riga im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert. – P. 45.
ILZE REINFELDE. Raleigh Pipes in the Archaeological Collections of Riga. – P. 58.
IRĒNA STRĒLE. 16th–17th Century Powder Horns found in the Bed of the River Rīdzene. – P. 68.
SILVTJA TILKO. 13th–14th Century Long-toothed Bone Combs from Riga. – P. 74.
ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. The Burial of Archbishop Michael Hildebrand in the Courtyard of the Riga Dom. – P. 92.
GAIDA KRŪMIŅA, ARDIS PLATKĀJIS. The Paleoradiologic Skeletal Evaluation of the Bishop Michael Hildebrand (departed in 1509). – P. 105.
GUNITA ZARIŅA. Anthropological Characterisation of the Osteological Material from the Burial of Archbishop Michael Hildebrand. – P. 114.
IRITA ŽEIERE. Analysis of the Textile Fragments from the Grave of the Archbishop of Riga Michael Hildebrand. – P. 120.
GUNTIS GERHARDS. The Physical Development of Children and Juveniles in Riga in the 13th–17th Centuries. – P. 126.
RITA GRĀVERE. Dental morphology of the Dome medieval Cemetery. – P. 143.
GUNITA ZARIŅA. Riga Dom Church Burials: An Antropological View. – P. 153.

II. Forschungen zur Architektur Rigas / Investigations of the Architecture of Riga
ANDRIS CAUNE. Die Bauperioden der Stadtmauer Rigas im 13.–15. Jahrhundert anhand von Materialien der archäologischen Ausgrabungen 1971–1973 in der Trokšņu-/Alarmstrasse und Torņu-/Turmstrasse. – P. 183.
IEVA OSE. Die mittelalterliche Stadtmauer Rigas. – P. 202.
ROBERTS MALVESS (1905–1982). Die Rekonstruktion der Stadtmauer Rigas im 15. Jahrhundert und die Verringerung ihrer Bedeutung. – P. 265.
GUNĀRS JANSONS. Die Luftheizung in Riga, im Schwarzhäupterhaus und in den Wohnhäusern des 14.–19. Jahrhunderts. – P. 286.

III. Forschungen zur Geschichte Rigas / Investigations of the History of Riga
MARGARITA BARZDEVIČA. Der Beginn der Verwendung von Karten und Plänen in der Verwaltung Rigas (1621–1710). – P. 299.
FRĪDRIHS BENNINGHOFENS. Die Rolle des Rigehafens für Rigas Seeschiffahrt im 13. Jahrhundert. – P. 323.
DZIDRA OZOLIŅA. Wie die Rigaer “ritterlichen” Güter um die Wende des 19.–20. Jahrhunderts der Stadt unterstellt wurden. – P. 332.
INDRIĶIS ŠTERNS. The Role of Riga in Livonian Crusades. – P. 366.

IV. Aus dem Fonds des Museums für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga / From the Funds of the Museum of the History of Riga und Navigation
MĀRA EIHE. Thematik des Gemeinschaftslebens auf deutschen Medaillen des 17. Jahrhunderts im Museum für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga. – P. 387.
INITA DZELME. Pokale in Urnenform des Rigaer Amtsmeisters Carl Gustav Hauffe (1776–1846) im Museum für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga. – P. 406.
ANITA GAILIŠA. Die Sessel der Ältestenbank der Kleinen Gilde in Riga. – P. 420.
MĀRA OZOLIŅA. Erzeugnisse aus Edelmetallsubstituten der Moskauer und St. Petersburger Fabriken aus den 20er bis 50er Jahren des 19. Jahrhunderts in der Sammlung des Museums für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga. – P. 430.

V. Die Erinnerungen der Rigaer / Memoirs of Rigans
KÄRLIS OZOLIŅŠ (1865–1935). Sode (Sarkandaugava). – P. 444.
Senā Rīga 3: Pētījumi pilsētas arheoloģijā un vēsturē [Alte Riga 3] / Atb. red. Andris Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2001. – 510 lpp., il.

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Vorwort/Preface. – P. 9.

I. Forschungen zur Archäologie Rigas und Münzkunde / Archaeologic, Numismatic Investigations of Riga
ANDRISCAUNE. Das Gräberfeld der Liven in Riga im 12. Jahrhundert. – P. 13.
ROBERTS SPIRĢIS. Der Fund einer flachen Armbrustsprossenfibel in Riga. – P. 29.
VIKTORIJA BEBRE. Wooden Tallies Found in Archaeological Excavations in Riga. – P. 36.
IRĒNA STRĒLE, SILVIJA TILKO. 13th and 14th Century Double Composite Bone Combs from Riga. – P. 48.
ANNA ZARIŅA. Gemustertes brettgewebtes Gurtfragment aus dem 14. Jahrhundert in Riga. – P. 77.
TATJANA BERGA. Rigaer Geschenk- und Denkmünzen. – P. 85.
TATJANA BERGA, ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. 16th-17th Century Coin Assamblages from the Cemetery in the Courtyard of the Riga Dom. – P. 96.

II. Forschungen zur Archäologie Rigas und Kartographie / Archaeologic, Cartographic Investigations of Riga
GUNĀRS JANSONS. Einige weniger bekannte Fragmente der Steinhäuser im alten Riga. – P. 113.
TATJANA VĪTOLA. Erforschung und Wiederherstellung eines Architekturdenkmales in Riga, Kloster-Straße 5/7. – P. 143.
MARGARITA BARZDEVIČA. Die Entwicklung der Stadt Riga im Spiegel der kartographischen Abbildungen aus den Jahren 1621–1710. – P. 161.
IEVA OSE. Pläne der Stadt Riga und ihrer näheren Umgebung aus dem 17.–18. Jahrhundert im Stockholmer Kriegsarchiv. – P. 188.
III. Forschungen zur Geschichte Rigas / Investigations of the History of Riga
FRIEDRICH BENNINGHOVEN. Osnabrückec Fernhändlergeschlecht im Livlandhandel des 13. Jahrhunderts. – P. 213.
INDRIĶIS ŠTERNS. The First papal Legate to Riga. – P. 239.
MĀRĪTE JAKOVĻEVA. Beziehungen zwischen Herzogtum Kurland und Stadt Riga in Fragen von Fischerei im Gebiet Babit (2. Hälfte des 16. Jh. – 1636). – P. 256.
DZIDRA OZOLIŅA. Einstellung der Selbstverwaltung der Stadt Riga in der Frage des Parzellierens der kleinen Privatgüter (Ende des 19. – Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts). – P. 267.
JĀNIS BĒRZIŅŠ. Ausbildung der Industriearbeiter Rigas Ende des 19. – Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts. – P. 294.

IV. Forschungen zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte Rigas / Investigations of the History of Science of Riga
JĀNIS STRADIŅŠ, DZINTRA CĒBERE. The Outset of Science and Higher Educational Institutions in the City of Riga (until the 19th century). – P. 325.

V. Aus den Fonds des Museums für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga / From the funds of the Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation
MĀRA EIHE, ANNA JURSONE. Rigans on Medals. – P. 435.
INITA DZELME. Silberschmiede Lettlands in den 20er und 30er Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts und die Zeichen der Rigaer Meister. – P. 462.
Senā Rīga 2: Pētījumi pilsētas arheoloģijā un vēsturē [Alte Riga 2]/ Atb. red. Andris Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 2000. – 370 lpp., il.

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Vorwort / Preface. – P. 9.

I. Auf der Konferenz “Albert von Bremen: Bischof und Staatsmann” gehaltene Vorträge / Papers presented at the conference “Albert from Bremen – Bishop and Statesman”
HEINRIHS STRODS. Der Bischof Albert (um 1165–1229) in der Geschichtsliteratur. – P. 13.
ĒVALDS MUGURĒVIČS. Die Schriftquellen zur Persönlichkeit Bischof Alberts und seine Maßnahmen zur Bildung des Livländischen Staates. – P. 35.
ANDRIS CAUNE. Bischof Albert und die Stadt Riga. – P. 45.
ELITA GROSMANE. Bischof Albert und der Dom zu Riga. – P. 52.
IEVA OSE. Die in der Zeit Bischof Alberts gebauten Burgen Lettlands. – P. 65.
ANDRIS PRIEDE. Pastoral aspects of the ecclestiastic activities of Bishop Albert in the context of the late Middle Ages. – P. 79.

II. Forschungen zur Archäologie Rigas, Münzkunde, Anthropologie / Archaeologic, numismatic and anthropologic investigations of Riga
SILVIJA TILKO. 12th–14th century simple bone combs from Riga. – P. 101.
VIKTORIJA BEBRE. 13th–14th century carved wooden spoons and ladles from Riga. – P. 113.
GUNITA ZARIŅA. Anthropological characteristics of the 13th–14th century Riga inhabitants of German origin. – P. 130.
ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. Brick and stone cists of medieval graves in Ikšķile and Riga. – P. 143.
TATJANA BERGA. Der Münzfund des 13. Jh. aus dem Konvent zum Heiligen Geist. – P. 165.
DAGNIJA SVARĀNE. 15th–17th century metal casting crucibles from Riga with a triangular top. – P. 173.
ANNA ZARIŅA. Filzhüte aus dem 16.–17. Jh. in Riga. – P. 184.

III. Forschungen zur Architektur Rigas / Investigations of the architecture of Riga
GUNĀRS JANSONS. Erforschung der Keller der Gebäude in der Nähe des Rigaer Schwarzhäupterhauses. 1995–1997. – P. 199.
TATJANA VĪTOLA. Hartmann-Höfchen in Hagensberg. – P. 219.

IV. Forschungen zur Geschichte Rigas / Investigations of the history of Riga
ANDRIS CAUNE. Versuche der Rekonstruktion des Plans Rigas in der Zeit Bischof Alberts. – P. 233.
INDRIKIS ŠTERNS. Riga’s inhabitants towards the end of the 13th century. – P. 270.
MARGARITA BARZDEVIČA. Die Grenze des Rigaer Patrimonialgebietes auf den Karten und Plänen des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. – P. 296.
DZIDRA OZOLIŅA. Zusammenstöße von Interessen der Selbstverwaltung der Stadt und der Kriegsbehörde Russlands an Grundbesitze in Riga um die Wende des 19. und 20. Jh. – P. 311.

V. Aus den Fonds des Museums für Geschichte und Schiffahrt der Stadt Riga / From the funds of the Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation
INITA DZELME. Ein Fingerring mit Abbildung des hl. Eligius. – P. 329.
INITA DZELME. Ein Pokal aus Kokosnuss. – P. 334.
INITA DZELME. Ein Humpen mit Deckel der Rigaer Hl.-Johannis-Gilde. – P. 338.
INITA DZELME. Ein Willkommpokal der Zunft der Rigaer Goldschmiede. – P. 344.
MĀRA EIHE. Medaillen zur 700-Jahre-Feier der Stadt Riga. – P. 352.
MĀRA OZOLIŅA. Maßetalons der Stadt Riga. – P. 358.
Senā Rīga [Alte Riga] / Atb. red. A. Caune. – Rīga: Latvijas vēstures institūta apgāds, 1998. – 415 lpp., il.

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I. Riga und seine Umgebung in der Stein- und Bronzezeit / Riga and Ist Environs in Stone and Bronze Age
GUNTIS EBERHARDS. Geological History of the Area of Present-day Riga. – P. 13.
ILGA ZAGORSKA. The Earliest Settlement in the Territory of Riga and Its Environs. – P. 25.
ILZE LOZE. Stray Finds of Corded Ware Culture in the Territory of Riga and Neighbourhood. – P. 39.
JĀNIS GRAUDONIS. The Beginnings of Intensive Settlement along the Lower Daugava. – P. 61.

II. Vordeutsches Riga / Riga before German Inhabitation
ANDRIS CAUNE. Entstehung und Entwicklung der Vorstellung über das vordeutsche Riga. – P. 73
EVIJA SMILTNIECE, ARMANDS VIJUPS. Finds of Ornaments in the Archaeological Material from the Albert Square. – P. 107.
JĀNIS APALS. Die Wenden und ihr Burgberg Riekstu kalns (Nussberg). – P. 125.
RAISA DENISOVA, GUNTIS GERHARDS, GUNITA ZARIŅA. Anthropological and Ethnical Characteristics of the Inhabitants of Riga in the 12th–14th Centuries. – P. 144.
ANTONIJA VILCĀNE. Finds of Latgallian Artefacts from the Lower Course of the Daugava and Riga (10th–13th Centuries). – P. 159.

III.     Riga und seine nähere Umgebung im 13.–17. Jh. / Riga and its Environs in the 13th–17th Centuries
ĒVALDS MUGURĒVIČS. Die älteren Zeugnisse von Riga in der ersten Hälfte des 13. Jh. nach schriftlichen Geschichtsquellen. – P. 177.
VIKTORIJA BEBRE. Ornamental Leather Scabbards of the End of the 12th – Beginning of the 18th Century. – P. 190.
TATJANA BERGA, MĀRA EIHE. Münzstempel aus dem 15. Jh. im Rigaer Geschichts- und Schiffahrtsmuseum. – P. 207.
TATJANA BERGA, ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. Grab des 14. Jh. mit Brakteaten und einem Würfel im Domfriedhof. – P. 224.
ANDRIS CELMIŅŠ. Neue Funde mittelalterlicher Schreibgriffel im Rigaer Domhof. – P. 235.
GUNĀRS JANSONS. Kellergeschoß des Schwarzhäupterhauses in Riga (nach Daten der Ausgrabungen 1993–1996). – P. 251.
DAGNIJA SVARĀNE. A 13th Century Log Building Uncovered in Mārstaļu Street No. 3, Riga. – P. 264.
SILVIJA TILKO. Mortuary Practices in the Dom Medieval Cemetery. – P. 273.
ANNA ZARIŅA. Handschuhe und Strümpfe aus dem 16.–17. Jh. in Riga. – P. 289.
MĀRIS ZUNDE. Dendrochronological and Historical Dating of the Dannenstern House, and an 18th Century Revetment along the River Daugava. – P. 315.
INDRIĶIS ŠTERNS. Russian Village in Medieval Riga. – P. 333.
INDRIĶIS ŠTERNS. Medieval Riga Outside its Walls. – P. 342.
IEVA OSE. Rekonstruktion des Grundrisses der Ordensburg Salaspils (Neu-Kirchholm). – P. 378.


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