Number of copies distributed free of the first (5 March 1917) issue of Pravda, the Soviet propaganda newspaper: 100,000.
Source: Ewa M.Thompson, "Nationalist Propaganda in the Soviet Russian Press, 1939-1941," Slavic Review, 50, no. 2 (Summer 1991).Number of Polish American periodicals dedicated solely to the promotion of Polish American political interests: 0.
Source: Donosy, 9 May 1994.Of these, percentage of those who selected as topic of their graduation essay "Between Love and Hate: Literary Heroes Whom I Understand, Admire, or Accuse:" 80%.
Source: Donosy, 11 May 1994.Estimated percentage in 1994 of rural Polish elementary and junior high schools that have computers: 35%.
Source: Tygodnik Solidarnosc:, 22 April 1994.Percentage of Poles in a May 1994 PBS poll who said that they had no savings: 52%.
Source: Donosy, 9 May 1994.Percentage of Poles living below the poverty line (assumed to be 45% of average monthly wage): 42.5%.
Source: Clarinet News, 28 May 1994.Amount of money received from the U.S. Agency for International Development by Ben & Jerry Homemade, a Waterbury, CT ice cream company, to teach Russians to produce, manage and package ice cream and related items: $850,000.
Source: Clarinet News, 10 May 1994.Foreign aid to Russia/CIS appropriated by the U.S. Senate 15 July 1994: $839 million.
Source: Clarinet News, 15 July 1994.Financial support for Russia/CIS in current fiscal year, to be channelled through the U.S. government's Overseas Private Investment Corporation: $2.5 billion.
Source: Clarinet News, 2 June 1994.Financial support for eastern Europe in current fiscal year, to be channelled through the U.S. government's Overseas Private Investment Corporation: between $50-$200 million.
Source: Clarinet News, 29 May 1994.Percentage of the proposed 1994 Russian budget dedicated to military expenses: 19%.
Source: Clarinet News, 11 May 1994.The Russian defense ministry's allocations for 1994 as percentage of the 1994 Russian budget (as anticipated in the first quarter of 1994): 33%.
Source: Richard F. Staar, "Challenge From Russia's Armed Forces," ROA National Security Report, April 1994.Congress-approved (12 May 1994) U.S. budget for 1995: $1.51 trillion.
Source: The Houston Post, 13 May 1994.Parliament-approved (10 May 1994, first reading) Russian Federation budget for 1994: $104.8 billion.
Source: Clarinet News, RFE/RL News, 11 May 1994.Estimated total revenues of the Russian Federation in 1994 (as stated in the budget): $66.8 billion.
Source: Clarinet News, RFE/RL News, 11 May 1994.Private foreign investment in Russia in the first quarter of 1994: $180 million.
Source: Financial Times, 9 May 1994.Mineral of which Russia, Belarus and the Baltic republics are net importers: coal.
Source: CIA Handbook of International Economic Statistics, 1993.