Texts in English

— 1960-1969 —

Labedz, L. & M. Hayward, M. (eds), On Trial: the case of Sinyavsky and Daniel, London 1967 (includes most of the materials from The White Book)

The Chornovil Papers, 1968 (in Russian, Woe from Wit)

Conquest, Robert, The Great Terror, 1968 (CCE 14.12, item 10 and CCE 19.12, item 4)

Gonchar (Honchar), Oleksandr, The Cathedral, 1968

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, Cancer Ward, 1968

Litvinov, Pavel (ed.), The Demonstration on Pushkin Square, London 1969

— 1970-1979 —

Amalrik, Andrei, Will the Soviet Union survive until 1984? (1970);
see 2nd expanded edition (1980)

Brumberg, A. The Quest for Justice, London, 1970

Dzyuba, Ivan, Internationalism or Russification?

Galanskov, Yury — see Poet and Man (1973)

Ginzburg, Alexander, The White Book (in Russian). See Labedz and Hayward

Gorbanevskaya, Natalya, Red Square at Noon, London 1970///

Grigorenko, Pyotr,

Litvinov, Pavel (ed.), The Trial of the Four, London and New York 1972

Marchenko, Anatoly, My Testimony, London 1969 (pbk 1971)

Medvedev, Roy, Let History Judge, London 1971//
(abridged version of Russian original, see 6.8, item 1)

Poet and Man: In Memory of Yury Galanskov, As Brynes Forlag: Norway, 1973

Sakharov, Andrei, Reflections on Progress, Peaceful Coexistence and Intellectual Freedom,

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, The Gulag Archipelago, YMCA Press: Paris, December 1973 (in Russian); in English and French, 1974 (part 1); 1976 (parts 2 & 3)

Bukovsky, V. To Build a Castle, London, 1979

— 1980-1989 —

Amalrik, Andrei, Will the Soviet Union survive until 1984? (1980), 2nd expanded edition, including many of the articles mentioned in CCE “Samizdat Update”.