1968 (1-5e)

No 1 : 30 April 1968

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION

  1. The trial of Galanskov, Ginzburg, Dobrovolsky and Lashkova
  2. Protests about the Trial
  3. Repressive measures in response to the Protests
  4. Appeal to the Budapest Conference of Communist and Workers’ parties
  5. Political Prisoners
  6. The Leningrad trial [of the Social Christian Union]
  7. The arrest of Valentin Prussakov

[Commentary No 1]

FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICATION

No 2 : 30 June 1968

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION: A Chronicle of Current Events

  1. Extra-judicial political repression in 1968
  2. The campaign of denunciation against those who signed letters – certain episodes
  3. Flyers distributed by the “Church” group on Mayakovsky Square
  4. Appeal to world public opinion by spokesmen for the Crimean Tatars
  5. About Alexander Solzhenitsyn
  6. A letter from Anatoly Marchenko
  7. News in brief
  8. Corrections and additions to Issue No 1

[Commentary No 2]

FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICATION

 

No 3 : 30 August 1968

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION: A Chronicle of Current Events

On 21 August 1968, the forces of five member-countries of the Warsaw Pact carried out a treacherous and unprovoked attack on Czechoslovakia. The aggressive actions of the USSR and her allies met with a sharp rebuff from world public opinion.

This issue of the Chronicle will deal with the events in our country which in one way or another are connected with the question of Czechoslovakia. The facts show clearly that even in conditions which practically preclude the possibility of resistance, the struggle for the realization in practice of the principles of humanism and justice has not ceased.

  1. Responses in Moscow to events in Czechoslovakia
  2. A pamphlet about Czechoslovakia
  3. Red Square at Noon (Gorbanevskaya letter)
  4. Responses in other cities

[Commentary No 3]

No 4 : 31 October 1968

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION: A Chronicle of Current Events

  1. The trial of the Red Square demonstrators
    (Note on exile as punishment for three of seven protestors)
  2. The Soviet press about the trial of the demonstrators
  3. Documents circulating in samizdat about the trial.
  4. Concerning certain prisoners sentenced for “betraying the Motherland”
  5. A “new method” of conducting searches
  6. An addition to the White Book about Sinyavsky and Daniel
  7. News in brief

FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICATION

Commentary No 4/// CREATE

 

No 5 : 31 December 1968

HUMAN RIGHTS YEAR IN THE SOVIET UNION: A Chronicle of Current Events

  1. Survey of samizdat in 1968
  2. The Leningrad trial of 17-26 December 1968
  3. Additions to the list of extra-judicial political repression in 1968
  4. News in brief
  5. Corrections to previous issues
  6. Human Rights Year continues

[Commentary No 5]

FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICATION

 

 

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