Vladimir Bukovsky, 1942-2019

Belebei (USSR), 30 December 1942 — Cambridge (UK), 27 October 2019. Vladimir BUKOVSKY died of cardiac arrest in Addenbrookes Hospital, in Cambridge, England at 9:30 pm (Greenwich Mean Time) on Sunday, 27 October 2019. He was 76. His health had been poor in recent years. After his expulsion from the USSR in December 1976, he … Continue reading Vladimir Bukovsky, 1942-2019

Chronology, December 1976 to March 1977 (44.1)

<<No 44 : 16 March 1977>> December 1976 18     Exchange of Bukovsky and Corvalan 24     Searches among members of the Ukrainian Helsinki Group 25     Psychiatric arrest of Vladimir Borisov (Leningrad) * 1977 January 1977 4       Searches among members of Moscow Helsinki Group TASS announcement of link between Helsinki Group and NTS 5    Creation of the … Continue reading Chronology, December 1976 to March 1977 (44.1)

The Investigation into the Case of V. Bukovsky, September 1971 (21.5)

«No 21 : 11 September 1971» (On Bukovsky's arrest, see CCE 19.1) On 29 June N.I. Bukovskaya submitted a protest to R. A. Rudenko, USSR Procurator-General, against the violation of the right to a defence in the case of her son V. Bukovsky; the violation consisted in the unexplained refusal of the Moscow City Procurator … Continue reading The Investigation into the Case of V. Bukovsky, September 1971 (21.5)

Materials concerning the forthcoming International Congress of Psychiatrists, 16 September 1971 (22.3)

<< No 22 : 10 November 1971 >> [1] On 16 September 1971 the English newspaper The Times printed a letter signed by Professor F. A. Jenner and other English psychiatrists (44 signatures in all) on the subject of V. Bukovsky’s appeal to Western psychiatrists, which was published in The Times on 12 March. V. … Continue reading Materials concerning the forthcoming International Congress of Psychiatrists, 16 September 1971 (22.3)

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), … Continue reading Texts in English