Since 1991, the non-profit, collaborative scholarly Russian Archive Project has produced eleven volumes of guides to formerly classified collections in the Soviet Union.
archival repositories for documents on all aspects of the Russian Federation, maintained in collaboration with Rosarkhiv, the Federal Archival Service of Russia.
Clearinghouse for information in order to facilitate access to the newly available documents in the archives of the former Soviet Union.
Annotated links to various sites pertaining to the history of Russia.
An interactive daily chronology of critical events in Russian history, from the establishment of Romanov rule to the end of the Soviet era.
Collections of photographs and films, audio clips and transcripts, and searchable image database.
Articles on key events and figures as well as links to papers, essays, and other resources on the period.
History of Strelna (Konstantinovsky Palace - Palace of Congresses).
A collection of links to Russian, Ukrainian and Belarussian history sites. Most of them are in English.
Provides assistance with scholarly travel to Russia. Home to the Russian Archive Project, a joint effort in collaboration between Western and Russian scholars to publish finding aids and guides to Russian archival collections.