3. 1966 to 1967

1966

January to June

5 January 1966, St-132/11 [3.1] – Secretariat. Completion of investigation into case against ANDREI SINYAVSKY and YULY DANIEL; preparations for trial. (9 pp).  [R 5 January 1966, St 132-11]

16 February 1966, No. 346-Z [3.1] – KGB (Zakharov) and Procurator General Rudenko report on reactions to trial of ANDREI SINYAVSKY and YULY DANIEL (4 pp). [R 16 February 1966, 346-Z]

17 February 1966, Рb 234/34 [3.1] – Politburo decision. Deprive VALERY TARSIS of his Soviet citizenship. [R 17 February 1966, Pb 234-34]

8 April 1966, Рb 238/132 [3.1] – Politburo. Anti-Soviet publications in British press relating to VALERY TARSIS (7 pp). [R 8 April 1966, Pb 238-132]

2 June 1966, Рb 8 [5] – Politburo decision. Financial assistance (in US $) to Communist Parties of: Bolivia, 30,000; Paraguay, 30,000; Madagascar, 8,000; Sudan, 10,000; and Sierra Leone, 500 (2 pp). [R 2 June 1966, Pb -8]

July to December

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]

23 August 1966 (no number) [1.3] – About US award, “Atoms for Peace”, to corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences VASILY YEMELYANOV; recommended not to accept award (8 pp). [R 23 August 1966]

27 August 1966* (no number) [1.2; 9.1] – ABC request for permission to film TV-program about life of one Soviet family. [R 27 August 1966]

5 September 1966, St-11/64 [1.2; 9.1] – Secretariat. Concerning ESTHER SHIELDS, TASS correspondent in New York, (4 pp). [R 5 September 1966, St 11-64]

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]

23 September 1966 (no number) [2.1; 9.1] – KGB memorandum. Detention of American citizen (DOWSON) (3 pp). [R 23 September 1966]

25 October 1966, St-13/259 [1.2; 9.1] – Secretariat. Concerning Moscow correspondent of The Worker (GARRY ?YARNS), newspaper of the Communist Party of USA (2 pp). [R 25 October 1966, St 13-259]

1967

January to June

27 January 1967*, No. 162 [3.1] – KGB report. Measures taken against people defending SINYAVSKY and DANIEL (5 pp). [R 27 January 1967, No 162]

6 March 1967* (no number) [1.2; 9.1] – About permission to US television to broadcast Soviet TV-film about Vietnam. [R 6 March 1967]

July to December

31 July 1967*, 1931-A [3.1; 3.5] – KGB report. Samizdat publication in Obninsk by ZHORES MEDVEDEV of SOLZHENITSYN’s book The First Circle. KGB plans to detain PYOTR YAKIR with copies of this manuscript (3 pp). [R 31 July 1967, 1931-A]

25 July 1967, No. 0097 [2.1] – Decision of KGB Chairman ANDROPOV about changes in the structure of the KGB. [R 25 July 1967, No 0097]

31 August 1967*, 2213-A [3.1] – KGB report. About 22 January arrest of VLADIMIR BUKOVSKY, VADIM DELAUNAY, YEVGENY KUSHEV, and VICTOR KHAUSTOV on Pushkin Square (3 pp). [R 31 August 1967, 2213-A]

4 September 1967*, Pb 1393 [3.1] – Politburo decision. Publish brief report in Moscow evening newspaper (Vechernyaya Moskva) about trial of dissident protestors, VLADIMIR BUKOVSKY, VADIM DELAUNAY and YEVGENY KUSHCHEV (4 pp). [R 4 September 1967, Pb 1393]

31 October 1967*, St-37/46 [6] – Secretariat. Request from the Socialist Party of Japan for financial assistance (4 pp). [R 31 October 1967, St 37-46)]

14 November 1967, (no number) [3.1] – SUSLOV and STEPAKOV to Central Committee. ROY MEDVEDEV’s book Let History Judge; text of MEDVEDEV letter to SUSLOV, requesting meeting and review of book (9 pp). [R 14 November 1967]

17 November 1967, (no number) [9.1] – memorandum by ANDROPOV (KGB) and GROMYKO (Foreign Ministry). About four deserting seamen from a Soviet ship (9 pp). [R 17 November 1967,  2802-A]

22 November 1967*, 2840-A [3.1] – KGB memorandum. About the arrests of ALEXANDER GINZBURG, YURY GALANSKOV, ALEXANDER DOBROVOLSKY and VERA LASHKOVA. The trial will not be open to the public (2 pp). [R 22 November 1967, 2840-A]

25 November 1967* (no number) [3.1] – Memo about anti-Soviet group of GINZBURG et al. (5 pp). [R 25 November 1967]

3 December 1967*, 2949-A [3.1] – KGB report. Preparations for the trial of GINZBURG et al. Plans on how to keep foreign correspondents informed (3 pp). [R 3 December 1967, 2949-A]

22 December 1967*, Pb 63/122 [3.1] – Politburo instructions. Directions to various Soviet ambassadors concerning the forthcoming trial of GINZBURG et al (2 pp). [R 22 December 1967, Pb 63-122]

4. January 1968 to December 1969 …