Responses in Moscow to events in Czechoslovakia (3.1)

No 3 : 30 August 1968 [1] On 26 July 1968, a thirty-year-old loader, Anatoly Marchenko, sent an open letter to the editors of the [Czechoslovak] newspapers Rude pravo, Literarni listi and Prace, voicing his protest against the campaign of slander and insinuations against Czechoslovakia, and speaking of the threat of intervention in that country. … Continue reading Responses in Moscow to events in Czechoslovakia (3.1)

Extra-judicial political repression in 1968 (2.1)

<< No 2 : 30 June 1968 >> In the first issue of the Chronicle a number of people were named who have been excluded from the Party for signing letters [CCE 1.2] about the trial of Galanskov-Ginzburg and others, and for certain other “ideological” misdemeanours. The surnames of certain people dismissed from their jobs … Continue reading Extra-judicial political repression in 1968 (2.1)