"Secrecy and Transaction Costs: The Business of Soviet Forced Labour in the Early Cold War," by Mark Harrison, is no. 64 in the PERSA series
"Soviet Labour Law during the Second World War," by Martin Kragh, is no. 63 in the PERSA series
Andrea Graziosi writes:
Moshe (Misha) Lewin, one of the most powerful, original, and complex students of the USSR, died on August 14 in Paris, where he retired 3 years ago. He was born in Vilnius in 1921, and told part of the fascinating and tragic history of his life in an interview re-published in Visions of History (New York, Pantheon Books, 1983).
His many friends and élèves will remind him. Personally, I mourn the death of the person that made it possible for me to seriously study Soviet history, and will for ever remember his generosity and his often extraordinarily wise advices.