The Trial of Julia Voznesenskaya (Okulova), 29-30 December 1976 (43.5)

<<No 43 : 31 December 1976>> CCE 42 described the searches and arrests in Leningrad in connection with Case 62, the “anti-Soviet slogans case”, particularly the arrest of Julia Okulova (Voznesenskaya is her pen-name) and Natalya Lesnichenko. Three days after they were arrested Okulova and Lesnichenko were released on condition that they did not leave … Continue reading The Trial of Julia Voznesenskaya (Okulova), 29-30 December 1976 (43.5)

Public Statements about the Trial of Pimenov, Vail and Zinovieva, December 1970 (17.5)

<<No 17 : 31 December 1970>> As soon as it became known that the pre-trial investigation into the case of Pimenov et al. had been concluded (CCE 16.2), Yevgeny Smirnov's pamphlet "Bravo, Comrade Tolstikov!" appeared in samizdat [1]. It names the documents mentioned in the charge against Pimenov, which include "2000 words" [2]. In connection … Continue reading Public Statements about the Trial of Pimenov, Vail and Zinovieva, December 1970 (17.5)

Commentary No 18

No 18 : 5 March 1971 18.1 POLITICAL PRISONERS IN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS The Russian text of one of Zinaida Grigorenko's letters, dated 11 February, and addressed to "The World Mental Health Society", is in Possev 5, 1971, pp 5-6. English extracts were published in The Observer, 2 May 1971. Chernyshov appeal. Russian text in Possev … Continue reading Commentary No 18

Those arrested in 1970: Supplement 2, January 1971 (17.15)

«No 17 : 31 December 1970» January 1971 Supplement to Chronicle No 17 PART TWO PEOPLE ARRESTED, OR ARRESTED AND TRIED IN 1970 For the information on individuals (see Part 1, CCE 17.14) * 1. RUSSIAN SOVIET FEDERATED SOCIALIST REPUBLIC MOSCOW Andrei Alexeyevich AMALRIK, b. 1938, commentator. Arrested 21 May; Article 190-1; three years hard … Continue reading Those arrested in 1970: Supplement 2, January 1971 (17.15)