43.2 Traditional Days of Protest in the Soviet Union

<< No. 43 : 31 December 1976 >> 30 OCTOBER 1976 – POLITICAL PRISONERS' DAY In 1976 Political Prisoners’ Day was observed for the third time. [1a]  In camps and prisons the traditional hunger-strikes took place on that day; over sixty people took part. Among them were: ● the women prisoners Irina Stasiv-Kalynets, Oksana Popovich, … Continue reading 43.2 Traditional Days of Protest in the Soviet Union

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

17.15 Those arrested in 1970 (Supplement part 2)

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