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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

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<<Other texts and documents>> 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) … Continue reading Texts in English

The Soviet press on the Red Square demonstrators’ trial, October 1968 (4.2)

<<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]: "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 and … Continue reading The Soviet press on the Red Square demonstrators’ trial, October 1968 (4.2)

The trial of the Red Square demonstrators, 9-11 October 1968 (4.1)

<<No 4 : 31 October 1968>> As reported in the third issue of the Chronicle, on 25 August 1968, at 12 noon, seven people staged a sit-down demonstration at the Place of Proclamation [Lobnoe mesto] on Red Square, as a protest against the sending of Soviet troops into Czechoslovakia. Six of them — Konstantin Babitsky, … Continue reading The trial of the Red Square demonstrators, 9-11 October 1968 (4.1)