5. Jan to December 1970

1970

January to March

6 January 1970, St 87/8 [1.2; 9.1] – Secretariat. A new TASS Ukrainian radio broadcast centre in New York (4 pp). [R 6 January 1970, St 87-8]

22 January 1970*, Pb 151-XIII [3.6] – Politburo. KGB proposals, based on Krasnodar experience, to greatly expand use of psychiatric treatment (5 pp). [R 22 January 1970, Pb 151-XIII]

2 February 1970, 265-A [1.2; 2.1] – KGB report to MIKHAIL SUSLOV. Increase checks to limit pornography distributed by the foreigners. [R 2 February 1970, 265-A]

19 March 1970*, 699-A [2.1; 3.2] – KGB report. “Club for Democracy” organized in Tuapse by 14 high school students (2 pp). [R 19 March 1970, 699-A]

30 March 1970 (no number) [8] – Helping students from Pakistan to celebrate the centenary of LENIN’s birth (13 pp). [R 30 March 1970, 25-S-454]

April to June

1 April 1970, 802-A [3.2] – KGB to Secretariat. Z. PAPERNY’s satire on KOCHETOV’s novel, What is it You Want? (6 pp). [R 1 April 1970, 8021-A]

7 April 1970, 892-A [1.3] – KGB to Central Committee. “Improper” reactions by Soviet writers at 3rd Congress of the RSFSR Writers’ Union (3 pp). [R 7 April 1970, 892-A]

27 April 1970, 1116-A [2.1] – KGB report to the Central Committee. Reaction of diplomats in Moscow to LEONID BREZHNEV’s speech (2 pp). [R 27 April 1970, 1116-A]

27 April 1970*, 1118-A [2.1; 3.2] – KGB memorandum. The situation in the USSR and measures taken in relation to LENIN’s birth centenary (2 pp). [R 27 April 1970 – 1118-A]

28 April 1970*, 1128-A [9.1] – KGB to Central Committee. Soviet support for “Black Panthers”, both in USA and through contacts in African countries (2 pp). [R 28 April 1970 – 1128-A]

30 April 1970, 1184-A [2.1; 3.2] – KGB report. An “illegal” Zionist organization in Leningrad, now under investigation (2 pp). [R 30 April 1970, 1184-A]

6 May 1970, St 96/9 [1.4; 2.1] – Secretariat. About selection of Communists for the KGB Border Patrol troops (18 pp). [R 6 May 1970, St 96-9]

12 May 1970, 1281-A [3.2] – KGB report. About teachers who collaborated with the Germans during World War II [1941-1945] (5 pp). [R 12 May 1970, 1281-A]

21 May 1970, St 99/41 [1.2; 5] – Secretariat. Financial aid to bookstore selling Soviet publications, as requested by secretary general of Canadian Communist Party (6 pp). [R 21 May 1970, St 99-41]

02 June 1970, 1509-A [1.3; 2.1] – KGB to Secretariat. Arrests of Soviet and foreign citizens for smuggling gold (2 pp). [R 2 June 1970, 1509-A]

12 June 1970*, 1610-A [2.1; 3.2] – KGB memorandum. The arrest of members of an illegal anti-Soviet youth organization in Sverdlovsk (2 pp). [R 12 June 1970, 1610-A]

 July to September

17 July 1970, St 102/10 [3.2] – KGB report. The trial of NATALYA GORBANEVSKAYA and her incarceration in a psychiatric prison-hospital (4 pp). [R 17 July 1970, St 102-10]

24 July 1970, 2029-A [3.5] – KGB to Secretariat. SOLZHENITSYN’s letter to ALEXANDER TVARDOVSKY, chief editor of Novy mir literary monthly (2 pp). [R 24 July 1970, 2029-A]

3 August 1970, Pb 171/23 [5; 7.1] – Politburo decision. Organization of training in clandestine radio communications  for Italian Communist Party (2 pp). [R 3 August 1970, Pb 171-25]

10 August 1970*, 1903 [2.1; 3.2] – Decision of Moscow Party Committee. Improve coordination of all agencies during important trials; prevent certain lawyers (DINA KAMINSKAYA, SOPHIA KALISTRATOVA, Yu.V. POZDEYEV, and V.B. ROMM) from defending dissidents (4 pp). [R 10 August 1970, 1903] tbt

26 August 1970*, 2353-A [2.1; 3.2] – KGB report. Distribution of illegal leaflets by high school students in Ryazan. [R 26 August 1970 – 2353-A] tbt

7 September 1970, 2431-A [1.3] – KGB to Central Committee. The state of mind of ALEXANDER TVARDOVSKY, chief editor of Novy mir monthly. [R 7 September 1970 – 2431-A]

October to December

3 October 1970, St 127/9 [5] – Secretariat. Request for financial assistance to the Socialist Party of Australia and the “New Books and Records” firm. [R 3 October 1970 – St 127-9]

11 October 1970, Pb 176/81 [3.2] – Politburo decision. Do not prosecute VYACHESLAV BAKHMIN and IRINA KAPLUN; send their accomplice IRINA JOFFE for psychiatric treatment (5 pp). [R 11 October 1970, Pb 176-81]

23 December 1970, 3484-A [9.1] – KGB to Secretariat. US-British Summit on Sino-Soviet influence in the Indian Ocean region and South Asia (3 pp). [R 23 December 1970, 3484-A]

31 December 1970, 3568-A [5] – KGB to Secretariat. About increased campaign against Finnish Communist Party (2 pp). [R 31 December 1970, 3568-A]

 6. January 1971 to December 1972 …

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