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Valentyn Moroz is continuing the hunger strike he began on 1 July (CCE 32.12). Valentin Yakovlevich MOROZ was born on 15 April 1936. In 1958 he graduated from the History Faculty of Lvov University and from 1958 to 1964, Moroz taught history at a school. In September 1964 he became a lecturer at the Ivano-Frankovsk … Continue reading Valentyn Moroz Continues his Hunger Strike: December 1974 (33.9)

Corrections to several issues of the Chronicle, March 1971 (18.14)

<<No 18 : 5 March 1971>> 3.1 "Responses in Moscow" Item 3. The Chronicle stated: "Even before the invasion of Czechoslovakia, Czech newspapers disappeared from the bookstalls." In fact, Czechoslovak publications were on sale without interruption right up to 21 August 1968. Their "disappearance" can be explained only by an increased demand while the number … Continue reading Corrections to several issues of the Chronicle, March 1971 (18.14)

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)