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Sources for Books, Periodicals, CDs, Flags, Bumperstickers, T-shirts, etc.; in, from, or about Belarus

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A strong caution about commercial enterprises, NGOs, etc., listed on these Web pages: a caveat. . . .


Although a lot of books about Belarus have been printed in Belarus and other countries of the former Soviet Union, finding them can be a big challenge. This is especially true in Mensk, Belarus, where the book distribution "system" appears not to have been revised since the days of the USSR. So. Good luck in finding the many treasures that really are out there!

Also see information at Contact Information for Products from Belarus.



Commercial Sources for Flags, T-Shirts, Bumperstickers, etc.

  • Note: The following include sources for the traditional symbols of Belarus, not the current, modified Soviet flag (although some of these retailers probably do have them). For the current, modified, Soviet flag, go to your favorite Internet or "brick-n-mortar" international flag retailer.
  • Go to a Belarusian Autocephalous Church or similar Belarusian diaspora organization (such as in the Toronto, Canada, or Cleveland, Ohio, or New York or New Jersery areas). They often have cultural events where such items are available for sale at very reasonable prices.
  • Various groups and individuals maintain "shops" on the Cafe Press Internet retailer Web site:

    • Za Svabodu ("Belarus Freedom").
    • BY Magazine.com (that is, the US Belarusian diaspora newspaper, Bielarus). See also their Krama, listed below.
    • Designs Pa-Belarusku Currently, about a half-dozen different Belarus-related designs on various products, mostly clothing items. Click on the Browse Designs item list for other Belarus-related themes.

  • White-Red-White Flag "patch" on www.flagline.com (as well as contemporary, modified Soviet flag items).
  • Krama on newspaper Bielarus (USA) Web site. Note: Items are mostly books and music CDs. Catalog is in Belarusian and in "RTF" format (i.e., can be opened with any word processor, such as MS Word, WordPerfect, etc.

  • Belarus clothing items at "Sife Athletics" gear (www.store.sife-athletics.com) -- T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, etc.



Commercial Sources for Music

Belarusian Music Alternative - BMA Group   http://bma.agava.ru



Belarusan Music Source:   http://belmusic.hypermart.net/




Commercial Sources for Books

Belarusians in Great Britain   http://www.belarusians.co.uk/



Krajavid Kniharnia   http://www.kraj.org/



Advanced Book Exchange   an Internet-based, "meta-" commercial book source



Amazon Books, Inc.   an Internet-based (only), general book distributor



Barnes & Noble   an Internet-based, general book distributor (as well as a traditional bookstore retailer)



Arc Music, UK   an Internet-based, wholesale and retail music distributor in the UK



Technalohija Publishers, Mensk, Belarus



East View Books, Inc.   includes periodicals in Belarusian from Belarus, etc.




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