In describing the trial of the Red Square demonstrators [CCE 4.1] it was said that Lieutenant Oleg D. Danilov works for the notorious strict-regime camps in Mordovia. In fact he works in the equally well-known strict-regime camps in the Komi ASSR [Northwest Russia], at Vetyu (address: Vetyu, military unit 6593).
We consider it essential to end this issue of the Chronicle with the following document [Appeal by Yakhimovich and Grigorenko, CCE 6.11]:
TO THE CITIZENS OF THE SOVIET UNION
28 February 1969
The series of self-immolations, begun on 16 January 1969 by the Prague student Jan Palach in protest against the interference in the internal affairs of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, continues. Yet another (for the time being, the last) human torch burst into flames in Wenceslas Square in Prague on 21 February. ….