«Хроника» возникла самозарождением (2003)

"Почти как стихи…" Интервью с Натальей Горбаневской (Париж, 2003 г.). Наталья Евгеньевна ГОРБАНЕВСКАЯ (1936–2013)  — поэт, переводчик, журналист. Основатель и первый издатель самиздатского бюллетеня «Хроника текущих событий». Участница «демонстрации семерых» на Красной площади 25 августа 1968. Член Инициативной группы по защите прав человека в СССР. *** Наталья Евгеньевна, расскажите, как вы оказались в кругу диссидентов? … Continue reading «Хроника» возникла самозарождением (2003)

40.1 — Tatyana Khodorovich, “No Thought Trials in the USSR”

<< No 40 : 20 May 1976 >> Statement by Tatiana Khodorovich At trials in Odessa, Moscow, Omsk and Vilnius, people have again been prosecuted and found guilty of thoughts they have expressed – and even thoughts they have not expressed. Sentences have been passed as follows: Vyacheslav Igrunov – sent to an ordinary psychiatric … Continue reading 40.1 — Tatyana Khodorovich, “No Thought Trials in the USSR”

24.4 The Hunger Strike of Fainberg and Borisov

No 24 : 5 March 1972 In the Leningrad psychiatric prison-hospital the plight of Victor Fainberg and Vladimir Borisov, who declared a second hunger strike on 26 December 1971 (CCE 23.4), has sharply deteriorated. On 3 January Fainberg began to be given injections of aminazin [similar to chlorpromazine]; he attempted to commit suicide, whereupon an … Continue reading 24.4 The Hunger Strike of Fainberg and Borisov

23.4 Renewal of Fainberg and Borisov’s Hunger-Strike

No 23 : 5 January 1972 Victor Fainberg and Vladimir Borisov, who are in the Leningrad Special Psychiatric Hospital, declared a new hunger-strike on 26 December 1971 (on their previous hunger-strike see CCE 19.3 and CCE 22.8 [item 14]). Between 20 and 26 December 1971 Fainberg appealed to the USSR Minister of Health, Academician Petrovsky, … Continue reading 23.4 Renewal of Fainberg and Borisov’s Hunger-Strike