The Trial of D. Mikheyev and F. de Perregaux, September 1971 (21.2)

<<No 21 : 11 September 1971>> Moscow. The trial of Dmitry Mikheyev and Francois de Perregaux, a citizen of Switzerland, took place in public at the Moscow City Court on 17-23 August (for their arrest,  CCE 16.10, item 7; and investigation, CCE 18.10, item 4). The investigator was KGB Major Fochenkov. The chairman of the … Continue reading The Trial of D. Mikheyev and F. de Perregaux, September 1971 (21.2)

Foreigners in defence of Soviet political prisoners, January 1970 (12.8)

«No 12 : 28 February 1970» In January 1970 in Leningrad and Moscow there were three demonstrations by foreign citizens who are members of various committees for the defence of civil liberties. * In Leningrad a Norwegian, Gunnar Ghenjseth from Oslo, handcuffed himself to the railing of the upper floor of the hall of the … Continue reading Foreigners in defence of Soviet political prisoners, January 1970 (12.8)

Pamphlets of the “Church” group on Mayakovsky Square, 17 June 1968 (2.3)

Issue No 2 : 30 June 1968 In Moscow at 6 p.m. on 17 June 1968, in Mayakovsky Square, three young English people attempted to distribute leaflets demanding the liberation of Soviet political prisoners. The young people, 20-year-old Janette Hammond, 21-year-old John Careswell and 25-year-old Vivian Broughton, were detained by representatives of the state security … Continue reading Pamphlets of the “Church” group on Mayakovsky Square, 17 June 1968 (2.3)

A pamphlet about events in Czechoslovakia, August 1968 (3.2)

No 3 : 30 August 1968 Pamphlets containing protests against the occupation of Czechoslovakia have begun circulating widely in Moscow. The text of one of these documents is printed below. "LET  US  THINK  FOR  OURSELVES "The Central Committee and the majority of members of the Communist Party of China, also of the Communist Parties of … Continue reading A pamphlet about events in Czechoslovakia, August 1968 (3.2)