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The mid-1980s were marked by the deaths of several dissenters as a result of the treatment meted out in the Soviet penal service's maximum-security facilities: Valery MARCHENKO in 1984 (Haass Hospital, Leningrad); Vasyl STUS in 1985 (Perm 36); and Anatoly MARCHENKO in 1986 (Chistopol Prison). In all three cases lack of appropriate medical care is … Continue reading Death of a Dissenter

Galanskov, Ginzburg, Dobrovolsky & Lashkova Trial: 8-12 January 1968 (1.1)

<<No 1 : 30 April 1968>> On 10 December 1968 it will be twenty years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of Human Rights. "Human Rights Year" began all over the world on 10 December 1967. On 11 December 1967 the trial of Yury GALANSKOV, Alexander GINZBURG, Alexei DOBROVOLSKY and Vera LASHKOVA … Continue reading Galanskov, Ginzburg, Dobrovolsky & Lashkova Trial: 8-12 January 1968 (1.1)

Hunger strikes in the political camps of Mordovia, November-December 1969 (11.4)

«No 11 : 31 December 1969» In November-December 1969 there was a wave of hunger-strikes in the Potma camps for political prisoners: Dubrovlag (Institution 385) [see Map 3]. In the work area of Camp 3 (not to be confused with the hospital area which is also a part of Camp 3) there was a hunger-strike … Continue reading Hunger strikes in the political camps of Mordovia, November-December 1969 (11.4)