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3.2 Dissidents, 1970-1979 

 

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Date

Document 

Number

Title

0147

 

March 19, 1970

No.699-A

KGB report about "Club for Democracy" organized students of high school (14 students).      * [2.1]

0170


April 1, 1970 

 No.802-A

KGB on Paperny satire on the Kochetov's novel.

0143


April 27, 1970

No.1118-A

KGB about situation in the USSR in relation to Lenin's 100th anniversary.  * [2.1]

0146 


April 30, 1970

 No.1184-A

KGB report about "illegal" Zionist organization in Leningrad.  * [2.1]

0040


May 12, 1970

No.1281-A

About teachers who collaborated with German's during the World War II.

0142


June 12, 1970

No.1610-A

KGB about arrests of illegal youth organization in Sverdlovsk.

0041


July 17, 1970

CT102/10

KGB about Natalya Gorbanevsky’s court trial; she was committed to the psychiatric treatment.

0179


August 10, 1970

No.1903

Decision to improve  "coordination of lawyers"; lawyers defending dissidents are expelled from Moscow Advocate's Association (Kaminsky, Kalistratova, Pozdeev, Romm)  * [2.1]

0145


August 26,  1970

No.2353-A

About distribution of illegal leaflets by high school students in Ryazan (KGB report).   * [2.1]

0042


October 11, 1970

P176/81

Politburo decision to annul indictment for Bakhmin and Kaplun.

1118


January 13, 1971

No.77-A 

About western anti-soviet campaign in defense of Sakharov, Solzhenitsyn, Rastropovitch.    * [3.5, 6]

0044

January 15, 1971

CT119/11 

KGB analysis of Samizdat literature.

0184


April 21, 1971

CT2/2

Central Committee on actions needed to stop proliferation of samizdat.

0046


May 19, 1971

P4/48

Politburo about pardon for Siniyavsky.

0047


June 18, 1971

Ňůţ1572-×

KGB about Bukovsky arrest.

0048


June 28, 1971

CT8/37

Central Committee on actions needed to stop proliferation of Samizdat ( see also CT2/2 above)

0049


September 17, 1971

P18/15

Politburo about annulling indictment for V. Kogharinov.

0050


October 16, 1971

 P17/50

Politburo about pardoning Bogoraz.

0051


January 7, 1972


KGB about Bukovsky trial in Moscow court. 

0052


April 30, 1972

No.1176-A

Proposed deportation of the soviet scientist M. Voslensky from FRG.  * [6]

0053


 May 20, 1972

No.1333-A

KGB press release about Bukovsky and Amalrik prepared for press conference with foreign journalists

0054


September 7, 1972

No.1/5507

About Jewish demonstration at Holland and Lebanon embassies related to the event at Olympic Games in Munich 

0144

November 16, 1972

P67/XYIII 

About special KGB "warnings" in case of "politically poisonous" behavior.   * [2.1]

0168


February 26, 1973

No.409-A

KGB on the need to positively influence Sinyavsky to ask for pardon (via wives of Ginzburg and Daniel; suggestion - to propose to and permit him to work in France for 3 years).

1101


August 31, 1973


KGB memo to Central Committee on "Samizdat"; (provides a short translation and analyses of CIA memo about radio “Liberty”. Memo was requested by Sen. Fulbright.) Basing on analyses of CIA memo. Conclusion is that Role of “Samizdat” is overestimated. The CIA memo is not attached. * [9.1]

0059


June 19, 1974 

No.2884-A 

KGB on detention of V. Moroz and P. Krivoshey.

0058 


July 5, 1974 


KGB about arrest of V. Moroz (anti-soviet literature, contacts with foreigners, etc.).

0056


August 27, 1974

No.2436-Ö 

KGB about to free Yakir and Krasin (approved by Central Committee).

0060


October 10, 1974 

P55/12 

Decision of Politburo to provide E. Neizvestny with state contract.

0057


November 13, 1974

No.3222-A

KGB investigation of arrested V. Moroz.

0063 


March 11, 1975

No.547-A

KGB about confiscation of mazza from parcels sent from abroad ("by Zionists organizations")

0064


April  5, 1975

No.784-A

KGB about Voinovich’s intention to set  Moscow Pen Club.

0065


April 12, 1975 

No.878-A 

About criminal activities of A. Tverdokhlebov (Committee for Human Rights, Moscow Amnesty International)

0141


May 4, 1975

No.1103-A

About situation during May-1 celebration in 1975.  * [2.2]

0068 


June 12, 1975

No.1482-A 

KGB about attempts of German extremists to provoke anti-soviet action during state elections.

0069


June  19, 1975

 CT173/4

KGB on the negative state of mind between soviet artistic youth.

0070


July 10, 1975

P175 

Secretariat of Central Committee: rules for trips abroad

0071


August 25, 1975 


Report on the investigation status for criminal activities of: Galkin, Rudenko, Bukovsky, Moroz, Cennik, Mukhametschin, Sotnichenko, Plyusch, Kovalev, Tverdokhlebov.

0072


October 15, 1975

No.2603-A 

Denunciation of Vladimir Maximov's citizenship.

0074


October 31, 1975 

No.2740-A

KGB report about actions against letting family of defector Agapov to join him abroad.

1128


December 8, 1975

No.3039-A 

About demonstration of "anti-soviet" elements on Pushkin’s Square on December 5, 1975.  * [3.4]

0075


December 18, 1975


Politburo to CP of France providing explanations about criminal investigation of Plyusch.   * [7.1]

0076


December 29, 1975

No.3213-A

KGB: information on the attitude of  French and Italian CP's toward  human rights  issues in the USSR   * [7.1]

1107 
 


January 11, 1976

No.81-A

Actions against attempts to organize "illegal" meeting in honor and memory of the Decembrist’s riots.         * [2.2]

0511


January 14, 1976

P201/44

Information to CP leaders on the  western anti-soviet propaganda.

0078


February 5, 1976

P203/104 

Additional information to CP leaders on the western anti-soviet propaganda related to "human rights violations"

0169


February 12, 1976

No.360-A

KGB warning to General Piotr Grigorenko.

1103


February 16, 1976

No.394-A 

Memo KGB to Central Committee about attempts by anti-soviet elements to influence CPs in the capitalist's countries.  * [5]

1119


April 16, 1976

No.876-A

About court trials: Tverdokhlebov and Jamiliyev.   * [3.4]

0079


August 29, 1976

P24/25

Letter to E. Berlinger, Central Committee.  * [7.1] 

0080

0080-Engl

October 25, 1976


Information to soviet ambassadors related to anti-soviet western campaign.

0081


November 15, 1976

No.2577-A

About anti-soviet activities of so-called "Helsinki Watch in USSR"

0082


December 8, 1976


Special secret report of the soviet ambassador to US: agreement of Chilean government to deport Corvalan.

0083


December 10, 1976

P38/23

Actions related to  deportation of  Corvalan from Chile

0084


December 14, 1976 


Chilean government agreement to deport Corvalan in exchange for political prisoner Bukovsky

0085


December 15, 1976

P38/46

On exchange of Corvalan  for Bukovsky: conditions, arrangements, etc.

0086 


December 20, 1976


KGB on reaction for deportation of Bukovsky.

0137


December 28, 1976

CT37/14

Andropov: analyses on the negative state of mind among soviet youth and students.

0166


January 5, 1977

No.22-A

KGB actions to stop proliferation of anti-soviet activities of the "Helsinki Watch Committee in USSR" (sub-committees were created in Ukraine and Lithuania - KGB searches in Orlov, Pudenko, Kandiba, Tikhoy, Lukianenko, A.Ginzburg, L. Alexseeva residences)

0087


January 20, 1977

No.123-A

KGB, actions to stop  anti-soviet activities of the "Helsinki Watch Committee in USSR": Orlov, Ginzburg, Rudenko, Venzlava

1104


February 18, 1977

No.330-A

KGB to Cen. Committee about its actions against American anti-soviet activities in the dissidents' and nationalists’ circles.  Memo reports that employees of US embassy keep close contacts with dissidents and meet with them often (Gamsakhurdia, Orlov, Sakharov). It suggests issuing a protest by the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MID). * [3.4; 9.1]

0088


February 18, 1977

 P46/X 

Instructions to the soviet ambassador to the US relative to human rights.   * [9.1]

0185


February 22, 1977

CT45/8 

Letter to CP of France.  (see also  P49/ŐV  dated  15.03.78).  

0089


March 1, 1977

CT46/15

Proposal for the press-release on Bukovsky's meeting with US president Carter

0514


March 9, 1977

 CT47/12

About new anti-soviet movie made in FRG dedicated to dissidents and events in Czechoslovakia.   * [1.2] 

0090


March 15, 1977

P49/XV

Letter for leaders of French CP.

0091


March 24, 1977

P50/71

Actions to stop anti-soviet activities of  the US special service organizations.

0092


 March 29, 1977

No.647-A

Reactions of the US ambassador to USSR and the foreign press corps relative to "dissidents"

0176

0176-Eng

May 12,  1977

P35/65

KGB actions against Rostropovich.

0172


May 19, 1977

P56/68 

Instructions to Soviet ambassadors on human rights issues 

0094 


May 20, 1977


KGB action plan to stop financial aid from abroad to anti-soviet elements.

0095


June 10, 1977

P60/22

KGB on increasing anti-soviet activities of "Amnesty International"

0183


September 27, 1977 

CT74/6

Means to stop anti-soviet campaign in Italy.  * [7.1] 

0097


October 19, 1977

P78/57

Denying permission for concerts in Moscow to the Washington National Symphony (conductor M. Rostropovich)

0098


December 25, 1977


Completion of Shcharansky criminal investigation

0167


February 9, 1978

P92/65

Deprivation of citizenship for General Piotr Grigorenko.

0100


March 14, 1978

P97/54

Deprivation of citizenship for M. Rostropovich and G. Wishnevskaya.

0101

0102

March 17, 1978

No.492-×

Transfer of especially dangerous prisoners from Vladimir’s jail.

0102 


April 1, 1978

No.785-A

KGB on arrangements made in preparation to the trials of "anti-soviet elements" such as Shcharansky, Lubman, Filatova, Nilova, Ginzburg, Orlov, Gamsakhurdia.

0103


April 6, 1978

No.655-A

KGB about actions against "Independent Labor Union" (Klebanov's group)

0186


May 30, 1978

CT109/13

Letter to CP of Belgium explaining reasons for necessity of Yuri Orlov's prosecution.

0104


June  12, 1978

No.1155-A 

KGB memo to Brezhnev about publication of Semenov's article "Who benefits?"

0140


June 16, 1978

CT112/57

KGB opinion to deny permission to Korchnoy's family to join  him (he defected from USSR)

0105


June 28, 1978

No.1311-A

KGB on their actions to stop Zinoviev’s anti-soviet activities; recommended to permit him to leave Soviet Union without rights to return back.

0187


July 3, 1978

CT144/34

Instruction to soviet ambassador to Norway relative to request of Norwegian CP to free Y. Orlov  
   * [6]. 

0173


July 16, 1978 

No.1439-A

About "bad' behavior abroad by Yurenin (writer) 

0106


September 13, 1978


Western plans and provocations to award Peace Nobel prize to Ginzburg, Shcharansky, and Orlov.

0171


November 6, 1978


About Polikanov, academician: permission to leave USSR with deprivation of all state awards.

0139


April 3, 1979

CT153/13 

About "so-called  SOS group" (scientists in defense of Orlov and Shcharansky)

0110 


April  24, 1979 

P150/129

Deprivation of citizenship for Kuznetsov, Dimschitz, Moroz, Vince and Ginzburg, and their exchange for two US spies.

0177


May 31, 79

P153/67

Situation with permission for Ginsburg’s and Vince’s families to emigrate.




Note:

*  Document also included in section [No.]

 
click below for other sub-sections of  "3.Dissidents"

3.1 Dissidents in 1960's

3.3  Dissidents in 1980's

3.4 Sakharov

3.5 Soghenitsin

3.6 Psychiatry

 

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 01/20/99 (originally published)