Repressive measures in response to protests about the Galanskov-Ginzburg trial, April 1968 (1.3)

<< No 1 : 30 April 1968 >> The unprecedented extent of the movement of protest about the trial of Galanskov, Ginzburg, Dobrovolsky and Lashkova provoked a series of repressive measures. 1 At the beginning of February 1968 Mrs L.I. Ginzburg, Irina Zholkovskaya ([respectively, mother and fiancee of Alexander Ginzburg) and Olga Timofeyeva (Galanskov's wife) … Continue reading Repressive measures in response to protests about the Galanskov-Ginzburg trial, April 1968 (1.3)

Texts in English

— 1960-1969 — Labedz, L. & M. Hayward, M. (eds), On Trial: the case of Sinyavsky and Daniel, London 1967 (includes most of the materials from The White Book) The Chornovil Papers, 1968 (in Russian, Woe from Wit) Conquest, Robert, The Great Terror, 1968 (CCE 14.12, item 10 and CCE 19.12, item 4) Gonchar (Honchar), … Continue reading Texts in English

An addition [1966] to the “White Book” about Sinyavsky and Daniel, October 1968 (4.6)

«No 4 : 31 October 1968» In his introduction to the so-called White Book its editor, Alexander Ginzburg, pointed to the possibility that the materials he had compiled were incomplete and expressed the hope that further items would be added to the collection. Recently a letter has come to light, written by Vitaly Potapenko of … Continue reading An addition [1966] to the “White Book” about Sinyavsky and Daniel, October 1968 (4.6)