Arrests — socialists and religious samizdat people, 6 April 1982 (64.3)

<< No 64 : 30 June 1982 >> The Case of the “Socialists”[1] On 6 April in Moscow Boris Yulevich Kagarlitsky (b. 1958), Andrei Vasilevich Fadin (b. 1953), Pavel Mikhailovich Kudyukin (b. 1953), Yury Leonidovich Khavkin (b. 1949) and Vladimir Nikolayevich Chernetsky (b. 1950) were arrested. They were all charged under Article 70 of the … Continue reading Arrests — socialists and religious samizdat people, 6 April 1982 (64.3)

19.4 The Fate of Members of the “All-Russian Social-Christian Union for the Liberation of the People”

No 19 : 30 April 1971 The first issue of the Chronicle reported the trial of members of the “All-Russian Social-Christian Union for the Liberation of the People” (ASCULP) [CCE 1.6]. [See note 1] Seventeen “rank-and-file” members of ASCULP were convicted, as well as (separately) four “leaders”: Igor Vyacheslavovich Ogurtsov (b. 1937) the “head” of … Continue reading 19.4 The Fate of Members of the “All-Russian Social-Christian Union for the Liberation of the People”

58.0 Dates of Trials

No 58 : November 1980 Unless shown otherwise the trial took place in Moscow JUNE - 2 - Abram Treskunov (Leningrad) AUGUST 5-8 –    Bishop V.P. Goretoi (Krasnodar) 8-11 –   Algirdas Statkevicius (Vilnius) 11-13 –  Vasily Barladyanu (Rovno) - 13 –    Razmik Markosyan (Tselinograd [Astana]) 25-28 – Father Gleb Yakunin - 26 –   Olga Matusevich … Continue reading 58.0 Dates of Trials

18.14 Corrections to several issues of the Chronicle

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 18.14 Corrections to several issues of the Chronicle

Obituaries: Boris Talantov, Nikolai Samsonov, March 1971 (18.12)

«No 18 : 5 March 1971» Boris V. TALANTOV (1903-1971] On 4 January 1971 Boris Vladimirovich Talantov (b. 1903) died in the prison hospital in Kirov [Volga District]. He was arrested on 12 June 1969 and at the beginning of September sentenced under Article 190-1 of the Russian Criminal Code to three years' imprisonment (CCE … Continue reading Obituaries: Boris Talantov, Nikolai Samsonov, March 1971 (18.12)