* One of the eight who demonstrated on Red Square (25 August 1968) against the invasion of Czechoslovaka, Vadim DELAUNAY would have been 73 on 22 December this year.
<<No 20 : 2 July 1971>>  On 15 May Nikolai Fyodorovich Dragosh (b. 1932), was released from Vladimir Prison. A graduate of Odessa University, he was head-master of a young workers’ school in the Tarutino district (Odessa Region), where he taught mathematics. On 19 May Nikolai Andreyevich Tarnavsky (b. 1940), who was convicted in … Continue reading News in Brief, July 1971 (20.11)
<<No 5 : 31 December 1968>>  In the Crimea there are periodic police raids on Tatars who have returned home. On 15 July 1968, eleven Crimean Tatar families were brutally manhandled at the 'Bolshevik' state farm in the Krasnogvardeisky (Red Guard) district. Since the publication of the decree of 5 September 1967, only eighteen … Continue reading News in brief, December 1968 (5.4)
<<No 4 : 31 October 1968>> On 10 October 1968 the following official announcement appeared in the papers Moskovskaya pravda [Moscow pravda] and Vechernyaya Moskva [Evening Moscow] [note 1] "IN THE MOSCOW CITY COURT"On 9 October the criminal trial began in Moscow of K. I. Babitsky, L. I. Bogoraz-Brukhman, V. N. Delaunay, V. A. Dremlyuga … Continue reading The Soviet press on the Red Square demonstrators’ trial, October 1968 (4.2)