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

17.5 Public Statements Regarding the Trial of Pimenov, Vail and Zinovieva

No 17 : 31 December 1970 As soon as it became known that the pre-trial investigation into the case of Pimenov et al. had been concluded (see Chronicle 16.2), Yevgeny Smirnov's pamphlet "Bravo, Comrade Tolstikov!" appeared in samizdat [1]. It names the documents mentioned in the charge against Pimenov, which includes "2000 words" [2]. In … Continue reading 17.5 Public Statements Regarding the Trial of Pimenov, Vail and Zinovieva

Commentary No 3

No 3 : 30 August 1968 3.1 RESPONSES IN MOSCOW "In fact, Czechoslovak newspapers remained on sale up until 21 August," wrote the Chronicle, over two years later (see 18.14). "Their 'disappearance' can only be explained by an increased demand for the same number of copies available." 3.3 GORBANEVSKAYA LETTER (28 August 1968) Both The … Continue reading Commentary No 3