The demonstration by Crimean Tatars on Mayakovsky Square, 6 June 1969 (8.5)

<< No 8 : 30 June 1969 >> On 6 June 1969, the second day of the World Conference of Communist and Workers' Parties [in Moscow], the Crimean Tatars staged a demonstration on Mayakovsky Square. There were five participants: Zampira Asanova, Enver Ametov, Reshat Dzhemilev, Aider Zeitulayev, and Ibraim Kholopov. At a quarter past twelve … Continue reading The demonstration by Crimean Tatars on Mayakovsky Square, 6 June 1969 (8.5)

An appeal to Budapest conference of Communist and Workers’ Parties, April 1968 (1.4)

No 1 : 30 April 1968 On 24 February 1968, an appeal was sent to the Budapest conference of Communist and Workers' Parties, the full text of which we quote here: TO THE PRESIDIUM OF THE CONSULTATIVE CONFERENCE OF COMMUNIST PARTIES IN BUDAPEST A series of political trials have been conducted in our country in … Continue reading An appeal to Budapest conference of Communist and Workers’ Parties, April 1968 (1.4)

A clarification of nationalities policy, February 1969 (6.6)

No 6 : 28 February 1969 In February 1969 Dmitry Motyl, a student of the physics and chemistry faculty of the Mendeleyev Chemico-Technological Institute in Moscow, showed his friends an appeal by the Crimean Tatars to people of good will [CCE 2.4]. One of the students suggested to the Komsomol committee that they should express … Continue reading A clarification of nationalities policy, February 1969 (6.6)