1.1 IDEOLOGY AND PROPAGANDA

1960s

15 February 1965**, St 111/11 [1.1] – Secretariat. Ideological assistance to the “Union of the Sudan” party in Mali (15 pp). [R 15 February 1965, St 111-11]

8 August 1966** (no number) [1.1; 9.1] – About review in Foreign Affairs (USA) of the 5-volume New directions in the Soviet economy produced by US Congress, and necessary response (8 pp). [R 8 August 1966]

9 September 1966** (no number) [1.1; 9.1] – Secretariat. About increased anti-Soviet propaganda in USA and Latin America (9 pp). [R 9 September 1966]

1970s

24 July 1973*, St 88/1 [1.1] – Secretariat. Propaganda tasks following BREZHNEV’s visit to USA (36 pp). [R 24 July 1973 – St 88-1]

10 September 1976*, 2066-A [1.1; 3.6] – KGB and Ministry of Health to Central Committee about Western anti-Soviet propaganda against “abuse of psychiatry for political purposes” (18 pp).  [R 10 September 1976, 2066-A]

28 December 1976, St 37/14 [1.1; 3.2] – Secretariat. Report from KGB – An analysis of the negative state of mind among Soviet youth and students (24 pp). [R 28 December 1976, St 37-14]

1979

16 March 1979, Pb 147/8 [1.1] – Politburo. New proposals by BREZHNEV in his speech during the election campaign (5 pp). [R 16 March 1979,  Pb 147-8]

31 July 1979, St 169/18 [1.1; 7.2] – Secretariat. About an “anti-Soviet Zionist provocation” in Tel-Aviv (3 pp). [R 31 July 1979, St 169-18]

21 August 1979, St 172/5 [1.1] – Secretariat. Actions proposed by Ukrainian Communist Party against anti-Soviet activities of nationalist organizations abroad (4 pp). [R 21 August 1979, St 172-5]

29 August 1979, St 173/4 [1.1] – Secretariat. Further actions proposed by Ukrainian Communist Party against anti-Soviet activities of nationalist organizations abroad (2 pp). [R ]//

8 October 1979, St 179/34 [1.1] – New ways for Soviet propaganda to respond to the spread of “militaristic politics” in Europe (2 pp). [R 8 October 1979, St 179-34]

15 October 1979, St 180/6 [1.1] – Secretariat. Soviet activities related to celebration of various national holidays in Socialist countries (7 pp). [R 15 October 1979, St 180-6]

25 October 1979*, St 182/27 [1.1] – Secretariat. Preparations for Madrid conference, CSCE (3 pp). [R 25 October 1979, St 182-27] tbt

1980s

1980-1981

13 March 1980, Pb 187/55 [1.1; 9.1] – Politburo decision. Activities to organize international opposition to US policies in the Persian Gulf (6 pp). [R 13 March 1980, Pb 187/55]

29 May 1980, St 213/39 [1.1] – Secretariat. Plans for information and propaganda in  Nicaragua (2 pp). [R 29 May 1980, St 213/39]

9 June 1980*, St 214/74 [1.1; 8] – Secretariat. Preparations for a meeting of central committee secretaries with responsibility for international affairs in the fraternal parties of socialist countries. Discussion of international peace movement (12 pp). [R 9 June 1980, St 214-74]

8 July 1980, St 218/6 [1.1] – Secretariat. Information and to increase propaganda about Iran (16 pp). [R 8 July 1980, St 218-60]

4 October 1980*, St 231/5 [1.1; 9.4] – Action plan for methods of propaganda and counter-propaganda in relation to the Polish situation (6 pp). [R 4 October 1980, St 231-5]

16 January 1981*, St 246/49 [1.1; 5] – Secretariat. Request by leadership of the French Communist Party for letter of support from the Soviet intelligentsia (4 pp).  [R 16 January 1981, St 246-49]

1986

18 February 1986, St-222/155 [1.1] – Secretariat. Response to request from leader of Muhadjedin of Iran. Reply to be given verbally by KGB. [R 18 Feb 86 – St 222-155]

15 July 1986**, No 1439 [1.1] – Council of Ministers: send teachers in Marxism-Leninism to Frelimo party school in Mozambique. [R 15 Jun 86 – CM No 1439]

30 December 1986, St-34/6 [1.1] – Secretariat. 1987-1989 plan for ideological propaganda in Finland (13 pp). [R 30 Dec 86, 13 pp – St 34-6]

1990s

6 November 1990, St-10/1 [1.1] – Secretariat. Subsidies for Moscow-based correspondents from party newspapers in capitalist and developing countries; Red Cross objections (4 pp). [R 6 Nov 90, St 10-1]

12 December 1990**, No 06-2-544 [1.1] – About students from socialist and communist countries studying at Central Committee’s Institute of Social Sciences. [R 12 Dec 90, No 06-2-544]