Material from The Soviet Press, November 1973 (30.17)

<<No 30 : 31 December 1973>> Early in November 1973, the newspaper Literaturnaya Ukraina published a statement by the critic Ivan Dzyuba. An editorial introduction reports that the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR, taking into account Dzyuba’s sincere acknowledgement of guilt, has granted him a pardon. (Dzyuba was tried in March … Continue reading Material from The Soviet Press, November 1973 (30.17)

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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

The Trial of Valentyn Moroz, 17-18 November 1970 (17.2)

<<No 17 : 31 December 1970>> Valentin Moroz was arrested at his home in Ivano-Frankovsk (in the Ukraine) (CCE 14.11, item 1) on 1 June 1970. The charge was brought under Article 62 of the Ukrainian Criminal Code (equivalent to article 70 of the Russian Code). Investigations were conducted by officials of the Ivano-Frankovsk Region KGB … Continue reading The Trial of Valentyn Moroz, 17-18 November 1970 (17.2)