In Exile (49.9)

<<No 49 : 14 May 1978>> Releases In March Jonas Krivinskas (CCE 46) was released from the Mordovian camps at the end of a 15-year sentence. In April, after a journey of 40 days on a prisoner transport to Ivano-Frankovsk, Dmitry Demidov (CCE 33), a prisoner from Perm camp 36, was released at the end of … Continue reading In Exile (49.9)

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<<Other texts and documents>> Français : Deutsch : Other languages. Russian version published abroad: Publishers Amsterdam = Herzen Institute, Amsterdam (Chronicle 11.15, item 4) Frankfurt = Possev Verlag, Frankfurt-am-Main (FRG) New York = Chalidze Press (1973 onward) Paris = YMCA Press, Paris ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITIONS AND TAMIZDAT: Amalrik, Andrei, Will the Soviet Union survive until 1984? … Continue reading Related texts

Letters and Statements by Political Prisoners, 1977-1978 (48.10)

<<No 48 : 14 March 1978>> Georgy Davydov: “Statement to Chairman of the Constitution Commission, L.I. Brezhnev” (Vladimir Prison, 15 June 1977) Davydov writes that in the draft [1977] Constitution the question of freedom of thought and convictions has again been side-stepped. Mikhail Osadchy: “To the American people, the Senate and US President Carter” The … Continue reading Letters and Statements by Political Prisoners, 1977-1978 (48.10)