No 31 : 17 May 1974

ACTION IN DEFENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SOVIET UNION CONTINUES *** Some of the reports in this issue have been digitised. The others may be located by page numbers in the pdf version (CCE Nos 28-31) after the items in this Contents page *** Introduction PART ONE: Events of 1973-1974  [pdf, 65-71] (1) The … Continue reading No 31 : 17 May 1974

The Movement of the Crimean Tatars, December 1975 (38.15)

<<No 38 : 31 December 1975>> Simferopol On 18 November 150 Crimean Tatars assembled at the regional soviet executive committee building to ask the committee chairman for permission to register as residents and obtain employment. The chairman refused to see them and the police detained two persons: Mustafa Osmanov (demobilized in 1972), has been living … Continue reading The Movement of the Crimean Tatars, December 1975 (38.15)

Those arrested in 1970: Supplement 2, January 1971 (17.15)

«No 17 : 31 December 1970» January 1971 Supplement to Chronicle No 17 PART TWO PEOPLE ARRESTED, OR ARRESTED AND TRIED IN 1970 For the information on individuals (see Part 1, CCE 17.14) * 1. RUSSIAN SOVIET FEDERATED SOCIALIST REPUBLIC MOSCOW Andrei Alexeyevich AMALRIK, b. 1938, commentator. Arrested 21 May; Article 190-1; three years hard … Continue reading Those arrested in 1970: Supplement 2, January 1971 (17.15)

The Trial of Ilya Gabai and Mustafa Dzhemilev, 12-19 January 1970 (12.3)

«No 12 : 28 February 1970» From 12 to 19 January 1970 the case of Ilya Gabai and Mustafa Dzhemilev was heard in the Tashkent City Court. Ilya Gabai, from Moscow, was arrested after innumerable searches of his flat (CCE 8.4) and, although charged under Article 190-1 of the Russian Criminal Code, he was sent … Continue reading The Trial of Ilya Gabai and Mustafa Dzhemilev, 12-19 January 1970 (12.3)

News in brief, June 1969 (8.14)

«No 8 : 30 June 1969» [1] In mid-May 1969, workers at the Kiev Hydroelectric Station in the village of Beryozka met to discuss the housing problem: many of them are even now still living in prefabricated huts and railway coaches despite the authorities' promises to provide housing. The workers declared that they no longer … Continue reading News in brief, June 1969 (8.14)

The “resettlement” of Crimean Tatars in the Crimea, April 1969 (7.7)

«No 7 : 30 April 1969» In 1968 the Uzbek authorities announced that Crimean Tartars would return to the Crimea in a planned way, making work contracts with representatives from the Crimea who had come to Uzbekistan. In this way they tried to avert the planned mass exit of Crimean Tartars to the Crimea. In … Continue reading The “resettlement” of Crimean Tatars in the Crimea, April 1969 (7.7)