HU OSA 300-1-2 Information Items

Identity statement

Reference code
HU OSA 300-1-2
Title
Information Items
Date(s)
1951 - 1956
Description level
Series
Extent and medium (processed)
77 Rolls of 35 mm microfilm in microfilm cabinet, 3.85 linear meters

Content and structure

Scope and Content (Abstract)
The series consists of microfilmed transcripts and summaries of interviews and reports. The reports, which were sent to the Munich headquarters from RFE’s ten Western European field bureaus, are based on interviews conducted with immigrants and defectors in Western refugee camps and immigration offices or with Western travelers returning from trips behind the Iron Curtain, and also on RFE correspondence with anonymous sources from the socialist countries. Once they reached the national units, the reports were carefully checked for accuracy and plausibility. Only those which passed the various filtering systems were recommended as material for producing radio programs. The reports were translated into English and published in the original language followed by the English version; the great majority, however, appear only in the original language. Translation, English editing, and typing of the items were responsibility of the East Europe Research and Analysis Department. At the end of 1969, there were 17 national reporters stationed in six RFE field bureaus: London, Munich (German News Desk) Paris, Rome, Stockholm and Vienna. The items provide information, relating to mainly Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Romania but also to the Soviet Union and the GDR, on a variety of topics from the communist party to prison conditions, from military issues to defectors, from economic problems to the reception of and reaction to RFE broadcasts. The collection will obviously interest historians of Soviet and East European Communism, presenting them with detailed information about the tumultuous social, political and military events that swept the countries of Eastern Europe in the 1950s. However, thanks to its breadth, the series could constitute an extremely valuable resource for a far wider range of researchers, from political scientists interested in the implications that major socio-political changes have for individual citizens' everyday lives to specialists in international relations who are interested in the 20th Century history of their discipline.
Accruals

Not expected

Conditions of access and use

Conditions governing access
The records might contain unpublished personal data which are restricted from access by RFE/RL.
Languages
Bulgarian, Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romany, Slovak
Call Number Description
Rolls of 35mm microfilm in microfilm cabinet #1
300-1-2:1/1
Penicillin Smuggled into Poland, 1951-04-05
[101/51]
300-1-2:1/2
Individual Military Service Books Introduced, 1951-04-25
[102/51]
300-1-2:1/3
Police Torture Description, 1951-04-25
[103/51]
300-1-2:1/4
Info on Pal and Imre Rozsa, 1951-04-25
[104/51]
300-1-2:1/5
Info on Pal Szasz, 1951-04-25
[105/51]
300-1-2:1/6
Info on Laszlo Zwanziger, 1951-04-25
[106/51]
300-1-2:1/7
Info on Major Szentendrei, 1951-04-26
[107/51]
300-1-2:1/8
Church of St. Mary in Warsaw Reconstructed, 1951-04-26
[108/51]
300-1-2:1/9
Strict Control at the Border, 1951-04-26
[109/51]
300-1-2:1/10
Kvetoslav Ineman Committed Suicide, 1951-04-26
[110/51]
300-1-2:1/11
German Minority Discriminated Against, 1951-04-26
[111/51]
300-1-2:1/12
Info on Lajos Czap, 1951-04-26
[112/51]
300-1-2:1/13
High-ranking Communist and Russian Moved into Nationalized Villas, 1951-04-26
[113/51]
300-1-2:1/14
Info on Geza Veres, 1951-04-26
[114/51]
300-1-2:1/15
Plans to Relocate Some Big Factories, 1951-04-26
[115/51]
300-1-2:1/16
Info on Andras Szakaly, 1951-04-26
[116/51]
300-1-2:1/17
Info on Dodi Szocs, 1951-04-26
[117/51]
300-1-2:1/18
Purge in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1951-04-20
[118/51]
300-1-2:1/19
Female Labor Battalion Field Work, 1951-04-27
[119/51]
300-1-2:1/20
Sabotage and Lack of Organization within the Agricultural System, 1951-04-23
[120/51]
300-1-2:1/21
Info on Bedrich Pokorny, 1951-04-23
[121/51]
300-1-2:1/22
Number of Theology Students Decreased Tremendously, 1951-04-25
[122/51]
300-1-2:1/23
Setup and Conditions of the Morina Labor Camp, 1951-04-23
[123/51]
300-1-2:1/24
Czech Fifth Column in Austria, 1951-04-26
[124/51]
300-1-2:1/25
Austrian Czech and Slovaks to Establish their Own Organization, 1951-04-26
[125/51]
300-1-2:1/26
Situation in Bratislava Dynamite Factory, 1951-04-23
[126/51]
300-1-2:1/27
More Russian Programs on TV Caused People to Follow Western Media More, 1951
[127/51]
300-1-2:1/28
Information on Painter Vaclav Rabas, 1951
[128/51]
300-1-2:1/29
Information on Author Jan Drda, 1951
[129/51]
300-1-2:1/30
Analysis of Various Party Cadres, 1951
[130/51]
300-1-2:1/31
Soviet Ammunition Dump near the Border, 1951-04-27
[130/51]
300-1-2:1/32
Courier Dispatches at Austrian-Czechoslovakian Border, 1951-04-27
[131/51]
300-1-2:1/33
Russian Exhibits at Milan Fair, 1951-04-30
[132/51]
300-1-2:1/34
Camp in Mirov, 1951-04-28
[133/51]
300-1-2:1/35
Forced Labor Camp in Ruzyn, 1951-04-28
[134/51]
300-1-2:1/36
Healthcare Situation, 1951-04-28
[135/51]
300-1-2:1/37
Camp for Police and Military Officers in Opava, 1951-04-28
[136/51]
300-1-2:1/38
Voluntary Brigades to Build Stalin Monument, 1951-04-18
[137/51]
300-1-2:1/39
Gottwald and Slansky under Surveillance during Klementis Affair, 1951-04-28
[138/51]
300-1-2:1/40
Hana Benesova, wife of Former President Benes, 1951-04-28
[139/51]
300-1-2:1/41
Pupils' Council, 1951-04-28
[140/51]
300-1-2:1/42
Propaganda of Soviet Supremacy, 1951-04-28
[141/51]
300-1-2:1/43
Camp in Pankrac, 1951-04-28
[142/51]
300-1-2:1/44
Partisans in Czechoslovakia, 1951-04-28
[143/51]
300-1-2:1/45
Darex Shopping Center, 1951-04-28
[144/51]
300-1-2:1/46
Court Organization, 1951-04-28
[145/51]
300-1-2:1/47
STB in Bartolomejska ul., 1951-04-28
[146/51]
300-1-2:1/48
Info on Hanna Benesova, 1951-05-04
[147/51]
300-1-2:1/49
Propaganda Action at the Austrian Border, 1951-05-03
[148/51]
300-1-2:1/50
Observations on the Military Activities at the Border Line with Austria, 1951-05-03
[149/51]
300-1-2:1/51
German Border Violated by Three Czech Planes, 1951-05-03
[150/51]
300-1-2:1/52
Two Men Arrested at the Border by Czech Police, 1951-05-03
[151/51]
300-1-2:1/53
Sudeten Germans Leaving Czechoslovakia for Western Germany, 1951-05-04
[152/51]
300-1-2:1/54
Pit "Gustav" in Coal Mine in Falkenau, 1951
[153/51]
300-1-2:1/55
Czech Glider Landed in West Germany, 1951-05-03
[154/51]
300-1-2:1/56
Czech Soldier Emigrates to West Germany, 1951-05-03
[155/51]
300-1-2:1/57
Minister Adolf Hoffmeister Arrested, 1951-05-04
[156/51]
300-1-2:1/58
Hungary at the Paris Fair, 1951-05-02
[158/51]
300-1-2:1/59
The Official Hangman of Czechoslovakia, 1951-05-04
[160/51]
300-1-2:1/60
Church Blocked by Police in Sastin, 1951-05-04
[161/51]
300-1-2:1/61
Woman Arrested with Religious Objects, 1951-05-03
[162/51]
300-1-2:1/62
Shortage of Coal, 1951-05-03
[163/51]
300-1-2:1/63
Secret Transport of Soldiers by Train, 1951-05-03
[164/51]
300-1-2:1/64
White Bread and Alcohol at KSC Ball, 1951-05-03
[165/51]
300-1-2:1/65
Archbishop Beran Held in Hvozdany Post Office, 1951-05-03
[166/51]
300-1-2:1/66
"Concentration Cloisters" for Unreliable Clergy, 1951-05-02
[167/51]
300-1-2:1/67
“Active Assistance” for Yugoslavia, 1951-05-01
[169/51]
300-1-2:1/68
Gottwald's Political Position Stable, 1951-05-01
[170/51]
300-1-2:1/69
Ex-Minister Clementis Probably Imprisoned in Kolodeje Castle, 1951
[171/51]
300-1-2:1/70
Arrests for Illegal Selling of Wine, 1951-05-08
[172/51]
300-1-2:1/71
Delegation of Russian Workers Visits Slovakia, 1951-05-08
[173/51]
300-1-2:1/72
Student Harvest Supervisors Abolished, 1951-05-08
[174/51]
300-1-2:1/73
Workers Request Radio to Broadcast More Russian Songs, 1951-05-08
[175/51]
300-1-2:1/74
Negligence with Food Supply Caused Shortage in Potatoes and Beans, 1951-05-08
[176/51]
300-1-2:1/75
Border Observation Stand Build in Grafenried, 1951-05-09
[177/51]
300-1-2:1/76
Czech Propaganda Signs at the German Border, 1951-05-09
[178/51]
300-1-2:1/77
Decline in the Production of Musical Instruments, 1951-05-10
[179/51]
300-1-2:1/78
Auction of Luxurious Goods, 1951-05-10
[180/51]
300-1-2:1/79
More Women Employed in Industry, 1951-05-10
[181/51]
300-1-2:1/80
Families Expelled from Prague, 1951-05-10
[182/51]
300-1-2:1/81
Plans for Radical Sovietization of Schools, 1951-05-10
[183/51]
300-1-2:1/82
Archbishop Beran Imprisoned, 1951-05-10
[184/51]
300-1-2:1/83
Dissatisfaction among the Miners, 1951-05-10
[185/51]
300-1-2:1/84
Minister Dolansky in Disgrace, 1951-05-10
[186/51]
300-1-2:1/85
Hungarian Propaganda Movies in Rome, 1951-05-07
[187/51]
300-1-2:1/86
“Tesla Elektronik” Plant Renamed to “A. S. Popov”, 1951-05-09
[188/51]
300-1-2:1/87
Info on Dr. Barsa, 1951-05-11
[189/51]
300-1-2:1/88
List of Judges and Directors in the Bratislava Investigation Prison, 1951-05-12
[190/51]
300-1-2:1/89
List of Directors in the Leopoldov Prison, 1951-05-10
[191/51]
300-1-2:1/90
List of STB Informers at Handlova Labor Camp, 1951-05-10
[192/51]
300-1-2:1/91
List of personnel in Handlova Labor Camp, 1951-05-10
[193/51]
300-1-2:1/92
Training Course Organized for Tractor Drivers, 1951-05-04
[194/51]
300-1-2:1/93
Regional Transport Board Set Up, 1951-05-04
[195/51]
300-1-2:1/94
Purge among Slovak Writers, 1951-05-04
[196/51]
300-1-2:1/95
POW of German Origin Transported to Slovakia, 1951-05-10
[197/51]
300-1-2:1/96
Merchant Jozef Lackovic Helped by Locals When SNB Tried to Arrest Him, 1951-05-10
[198/51]
300-1-2:1/97
Motlicka, Head of Military Court in Prague, 1951-05-07
[200/51]
300-1-2:1/98
Newspaper "Katolicke noviny" Loyal to Regime, 1951-05-10
[201/51]
300-1-2:1/99
Dr. Ladil from Pankrac, 1951-05-07
[202/51]
300-1-2:1/100
Names of People that were Hanged, 1951-05-07
[203/51]
300-1-2:1/101
Monasteries Closed, 1951-05-08
[204/51]
300-1-2:1/102
Nove loziska uranovej rudy v Brezovych Horach u Pribramu, 1951-05-10
[205/51]
300-1-2:1/103
Swimming in Pits Forbidden in Chalmova, 1951-05-10
[206/51]
300-1-2:1/104
Resistance Fighters Often Made Up of Military and Police Members, 1951-05-08
[207/51]
300-1-2:1/105
Proposal for Radio Broadcast Aiming at Catholic Youth, 1951-05-08
[208/51]
300-1-2:1/106
No more Visits to Jachymov Spa, 1951-05-08
[209/51]
300-1-2:1/107
Executions in Pankrac Prison, 1951-05-08
[210/51]
300-1-2:1/108
Fire in Harmanec Factory, 1951-05-10
[211/51]
300-1-2:1/109
Archbishop Beran Allegedly Imprisoned in the Castle Rozmital, 1951-05-14
[212/51]
300-1-2:1/110
Greek-Catholic Bishop Pavel Gojdic of Presov Imprisoned, 1951-05-14
[213/51]
300-1-2:1/111
General Rasla Arrested in Connection to Clementis trial, 1951-05-14
[214/51]
300-1-2:1/112
Increasing Security Measures at the Border, 1951-05-12
[215/51]
300-1-2:1/113
French and Austrian Institutions Closed, 1951-05-10
[216/51]
300-1-2:1/114
Unrest at the Celebration of the Liberation of Bratislava, 1951-05-10
[217/51]
300-1-2:1/115
Secret Police Agent Killed, 1951-05-15
[218/51]
300-1-2:1/116
Stalin Statue in Bratislava Damaged, 1951-05-10
[219/51]
300-1-2:1/117
New Kosice-Bohumin Railway Line Completed, 1951-05-10
[220/51]
300-1-2:1/118
Cellulose and Cotton Transported from USSR Damaged, 1951-05-10
[221/51]
300-1-2:1/119
Cocoa Transported from USSR Damaged, 1951-05-10
[222/51]
300-1-2:1/120
Police Check Points during Foreign Ministers Conference in Bratislava, 1951-05-15
[223/51]
300-1-2:1/121
Bad Quality of USSR Wheat Ground in Slovak Flour Mills, 1951-05-10
[224/51]
300-1-2:1/122
List of Labor Camps, 1951-05-10
[225/51]
300-1-2:1/123
Staff List at the Labor Camp “Rovnost”, 1951-05-11
[226/51]
300-1-2:1/124
CSSR Failed to Fulfill the Terms of the Commercial Agreement with SSSR, 1951-05-02
[227/51]
300-1-2:1/125
Show Trial against an American Journalist, 1951-05-07
[228/51]
300-1-2:1/126
Fifteen People Escaped to Western Germany, 1951-05-08
[229/51]
300-1-2:1/127
Closing down All Freemasons Organizations, 1951-05-07
[230/51]
300-1-2:1/128
Border to be Secured by Barbed Wire Fences, 1951-05-15
[231/51]
300-1-2:1/129
Protest because of the Textile Goods Shortages, 1951-05-10
[232/51]
300-1-2:1/130
Bishops Forced to Take an Oath of Loyalty to Government, 1951-05-15
[233/51]
300-1-2:1/131
Row of Bunkers in the Border Area, 1951-05-15
[234/51]
300-1-2:1/132
Distorted History of French Literature in Textbooks, 1951-05-15
[235/51]
300-1-2:1/133
Uzhgorod Concentration Camp Population Decreased, 1951-05-15
[236/51]
300-1-2:1/134
Convicts from Kistarcsa Camp Recruited for Coal Mining Workforce, 1951-05-10
[237/51]
300-1-2:1/135
Reintroduced Bread and Meat Rationing Met with Resistance, 1951-05-15
[238/51]
300-1-2:1/136
Loudspeakers with Russian Language Programming Introduced in all Budapest Hospital Rooms, 1951-05-15
[239/51]
300-1-2:1/137
Poor Quality of the Textile Industry Products, 1951-05-10
[240/51]
300-1-2:1/138
At least 60.000 Political Prisoners Kept in Concentration Camps, 1951-05-16
[241/51]
300-1-2:1/139
Esztergom Lost its Authority over Trnava Diocese, 1951-05-15
[242/51]
300-1-2:1/140
Shortage Increases Drive for Waste Material Collection, 1951-05-07
[243/51]
300-1-2:1/141
Anti-government Graffiti on the Walls of the Presidential Palace, 1951-05-15
[244/51]
300-1-2:1/142
Discussion on Regional Transport Boards, 1951-05-18
[245/51]
300-1-2:1/143
Arrival of Ethnic German Refugees from Czechoslovakia, 1951-05-18
[246/51]
300-1-2:1/144
Dr. Otto Fischl Under House Arrest, 1951-05-18
[247/51]
300-1-2:1/145
Zur Verteuerung des Brotes in der CSR, 1951-05-18
[248/51]
300-1-2:1/146
Verteuerung von Waren, 1951-05-18
[249/51]
300-1-2:1/147
Anti-Religious Propaganda Film Filmed in Monastery in Prague, 1951-05-18
[250/51]
300-1-2:1/148
Welche Waren sind nicht auf dem Markt?, 1951-05-18
[251/51]
300-1-2:1/149
Clementis Attempted to Commit Suicide in his Prison Cell, 1951-05-18
[252/51]
300-1-2:1/150
Protestant Theological Faculty of Jan Amos Komensky under Strict Control by the State Office for Church Affairs, 1951-05-18
[253/51]
300-1-2:1/151
Militarische Stüzpunkte in Westböhmen, 1951-05-18
[254/51]
300-1-2:1/152
Priests Interned and Forced into Military Service, 1951-05-18
[255/51]
300-1-2:1/153
Ubersiedlung der Bucherei von Strahov, 1951-05-18
[256/51]
300-1-2:1/154
Stalinfabriken in Sokolov, 1951-05-18
[257/51]
300-1-2:1/155
Evakierung von Eger (Cheb), 1951-05-18
[258/51]
300-1-2:1/156
One Person Shot by Czech Guard at the border with Austria, 1951-05-18
[259/51]
300-1-2:1/157
Janos Esterhazy in Leopoldov Prison, 1951-05-18
[260/51]
300-1-2:1/158
Czech League against Inhumanity Sent Warning Letters to Prominent Communists, 1951-05-19
[261/51]
300-1-2:1/159
Resistant Fighters Allegedly Stole a Number of Rifles, 1951-05-19
[262/51]
300-1-2:1/160
Czechoslovak Legation in Vienna awaits investigation Commission from the Ministry, 1951-05-19
[263/51]
300-1-2:1/161
Wife of the Former Head of the Czech Secret Police Arrested, 1951-05-19
[264/51]
300-1-2:1/162
250 Catholic Priests in Leopoldov and Mocsonok Prison, 1951-05-19
[265/51]
300-1-2:1/163
Resistance Fighters Attack the Police Unit in the High Tatra Mountains, 1951-05-18
[266/51]
300-1-2:1/164
Theatrical Spectacle in Sleska Ostrava, 1951-05-19
[267/51]
300-1-2:1/165
Forced Labor Camp Racice, 1951-05-21
[268/51]
300-1-2:1/166
Czech Police Discovered Secret Border Cross into Austria, 1951-05-19
[269/51]
300-1-2:1/167
Military Prison Camp Pardubice, 1951-05-21
[270/51]
300-1-2:1/168
Info on the Military Airfield in Pardubice, 1951-05-21
[271/51]
300-1-2:1/169
Rumor about Nosek, 1951-05-21
[272/51]
300-1-2:1/170
Uranvorkommen bei Karlsbad?, 1951-05-21
[273/51]
300-1-2:1/171
The Whole Czechoslovak Legation in Vienna Wired, 1951-05-21
[275/51]
300-1-2:1/172
New Arrests of Priests, 1951-05-21
[276/51]
300-1-2:1/173
Czech War Material Delivers to China, 1951-05-21
[277/51]
300-1-2:1/174
The Courier of the Czechoslovak Legation in Vienna Disappeared, 1951-05-21
[278/51]
300-1-2:1/175
Two New Assistant Bishops Appointed by Pope, 1951-05-21
[279/51]
300-1-2:1/176
Only a Few Visitors in Cinemas, 1951-05-23
[282/51]
300-1-2:1/177
Senders and Recipients of International Letters Noted in Central Register, 1951-05-23
[283/51]
300-1-2:1/178
People Believe Czechoslovakian Army to Be Created in the West, 1951-05-23
[284/51]
300-1-2:1/179
Changes in Theaters, 1951-05-23
[285/51]
300-1-2:1/180
Journalist Spreads False News on West, 1951-05-23
[286/51]
300-1-2:1/181
Bookshops only Feature Propaganda Literature, 1951-05-23
[287/51]
300-1-2:1/182
Leading Factory Personnel Fired for Misappropriation, 1951-05-23
[288/51]
300-1-2:1/183
Rajcin and other Generals in Military Prison in Opava, 1951-05-23
[289/51]
300-1-2:1/184
Mass Arrests on the Eve of the May 1 Celebration, 1951-05-23
[290/51]
300-1-2:1/185
Wages of Saleswoman, 1951-05-23
[291/51]
300-1-2:1/186
Questionnaire for Entering National Company, 1951-05-23
[292/51]
300-1-2:1/187
Private Cars to Be Confiscated?, 1951-05-23
[293/51]
300-1-2:1/188
Wages of Masons, Metalworkers, and Unskilled Workers, 1951-05-23
[294/51]
300-1-2:1/189
Workers to Receive Academic Education, 1951-05-23
[295/51]
300-1-2:1/190
The Coming Change, 1951-05-23
[296/51]
300-1-2:1/191
Bishop Martin Kheberich Dies at 81, 1951-05-24
[300/51]
300-1-2:1/192
One Person Shot by Czech Guard at the border with Austria (Related to Item 259/51), 1951-05-24
[301/51]
300-1-2:1/193
Czech and Slovaks from Austria Visit Czechoslovakia, 1951-05-24
[302/51]
300-1-2:1/194
Journalists Threatened, 1951-05-24
[303/51]
300-1-2:1/195
Eine neue illegale Zeitschrift, 1951-05-24
[304/51]
300-1-2:1/196
Controls between Prague and As, 1951-05-24
[305/51]
300-1-2:1/197
Priest Who Escaped Red Prison is now in U.S., 1951-05-24
[306/51]
300-1-2:1/198
New Lodge for Soviet Military Instructors Built at Tovarniky, 1951-05-24
[307/51]
300-1-2:1/199
Nationalization of Apartment Houses, 1951-05-24
[308/51]
300-1-2:1/200
Communists Fear Retribution, 1951-05-24
[309/51]
300-1-2:1/201
May 1 Interrupted by Protesters, 1951-05-24
[310/51]
300-1-2:1/202
Half-hearted May 1 Celebrations, 1951-05-24
[311/51]
300-1-2:1/203
Slovaks No Longer Allowed to take Pilgrimage to Nemecky, 1951-05-24
[312/51]
300-1-2:1/204
Cable Factory in Topolcany Started Manufacturing Gas Masks, 1951-05-24
[313/51]
300-1-2:1/205
Sabotage on Railway System Frequent, 1951-05-24
[314/51]
300-1-2:1/206
Soviet Military Clothes Manufactured in Topolcany, 1951-05-24
[315/51]
300-1-2:1/207
Partisan Monument near Uhrovec Demolished, 1951-05-24
[316/51]
300-1-2:1/208
School for Harvest Supervisor Relocated, 1951-05-24
[317/51]
300-1-2:1/209
Slovak-Bulgarian Friendship Celebration in Bratislava, 1951-05-24
[318/51]
300-1-2:1/210
Sopron Lock Factory, 1951-05-24
[319/51]
300-1-2:1/211
Metal Works Mosonmagyarovar, 1951-05-24
[320/51]
300-1-2:1/212
All Prostitution Houses in Budapest Closed Down, 1951-05-24
[321/51]
300-1-2:1/213
Inventions not Awarded, 1951-05-24
[322/51]
300-1-2:1/214
Account of an Escape by a Textile Merchant, 1951-05-24
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Hungarian Bauxite and Aluminum Corporations, 1951-05-24
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General Sandor Nogradi, 1951-05-24
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Goods Produced Poorly due to Contests at Factories, 1951-05-24
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Joke about Stalin, 1951-05-24
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Personnel at Gamm-Juhasz Plant, 1951-05-24
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Propaganda in Factories, 1951-05-26
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Russian Soldiers Control Czechoslovak Borders, 1951-05-26
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Better Efficiency in Socialist Work, 1951-05-23
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Cepicka Getting Divorce, Gottwald Building Villa, 1951-05-26
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"E" for Eisenhower and Europe Painted on Walls, 1951-05-26
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Rapid Deterioration of the Agriculture in Slovakia, 1951-05-26
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Csl. Minderheit in Österreich, 1951-05-26
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Zahony Station Completed, 1951-05-25
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British-Yugoslav Refugee Agreement Reported, 1951-05-25
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Warning, 1951-05-25
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Conditions in Ivanc, Komitat Vas, 1951-05-25
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No More Tobacco Ration Coupons?, 1951-05-25
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Party Secretaries to Report on Lectures to the Police, 1951-05-25
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Hungarian Government Plans Separate Church Department, 1951-05-24
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"Heroes of Stakhanovism" without their Knowledge, 1951-05-24
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Russian Pays 4 Forints for a Kilogram of Lard, 1951-05-25
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Average Plant Work Accomplishment the New Basis for Collective Wages, 1951-05-25
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Unsold Propaganda Literature bought up by Propagandists, 1951-05-28
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Apartment Houses for Farmers, 1951-05-28
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Two more Nazis who are now Communists, 1951-05-28
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New Airfield, 1951-05-28
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Nazi now in Communist War Ministry, 1951-05-28
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Technical Sacrificed to Political Preferment in Meszhart, 1951-05-28
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Renew Efforts to free Cardinal Mindszenty. Representative Asks, 1951-05-28
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Humanitarian Kindergartens Teach “Peace”, 1951-05-28
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RFE Favorite Station among the Foreign Broadcasts, 1951-05-28
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Waldstein Palace Under Guard, 1951-05-28
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Purges of Czechoslovak Freedom Fighters, 1951-05-28
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Members of Terror Organization sentenced at Liberec, 1951-05-28
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Complaint about Quality of Newly Built Houses, 1951-05-28
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Metallfabrik Mosonmagyarovar, 1951-05-26
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Shipping Company “Meszhart”, Management and Personnel, 1951-05-26
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Torture in Prague-Hradcany Military Prison, 1951-05-29
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Czech Catholic Underground Paper Building Resistance, 1951-05-29
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Nepotism in the Czech Government, 1951-05-29
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Prison Officers in Leopoldov Camp, 1951-05-29
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Collection of West Material, 1951-05-29
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New Dictionary for Theater, 1951-05-29
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Representative of CTK in Vienna Arrested for Drunkenness, 1951-05-29
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New Sculpture in Chomutov, 1951-05-28
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Tactical Changes in Soviet Anti-Church Drive, 1951-05-29
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Singgruppe "Lucnica" in Wien, 1951-05-28
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General Situation in Czechoslovakia, 1951-05-29
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Bishops not Loyal to the Regime under Pressure, 1951-05-29
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Falling Living Standards Worry Czech Party Leaders, 1951-05-30
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Sugar Shortage, 1951-05-30
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Purge not yet Finished?, 1951-05-30
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Youth to have No Voice in its Future, 1951-05-30
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Archbishop Olmuetz Matoha Detained, 1951-05-30
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Conditions and Communists at Sopron Cotton Plant Described, 1951-05-29
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Purge in Ministry of the Interior, 1951-05-30
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Editor in Chief Fired for Exaggerated Reports of Success, 1951-05-30
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No Public Trial of Vlado Clementis for Fear of Insurrection, 1951-05-30
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Changes in Journal "Odborar", 1951-05-31
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Nationalization of private houses, 1951-05-30
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Spies in Churches, 1951-05-30
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More Forced Labor Camps, 1951-05-30
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Lack of Confidence in Currency, 1951-05-30
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Repression in Universities, 1951-05-30
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Account of a Refugee, 1951-05-30
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New Prison Camps being Built in Northern Russia, 1951-05-30
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Unrest among German Population, 1951-05-30
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Farmers Refuse to Join Communist Party, 1951-05-31
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Military Schools in Warsaw, 1951-05-31
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Jailed for Two Kilos of Nails, 1951-05-31
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Soviet Troops Arrived to Koeszeg and Magyarovar, 1951-05-31
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Soviet Troops in Kecskemet Area, 1951-05-31
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Soviets Rushing the Construction of Ammunition Plant, 1951-05-31
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Spitzel der STB un Partei in der Glasfabrik "Dugla" Olovi (Bleistadt), Bez. Kraslice (Graslitz), 1951-06-01
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Parteiliteratur nicht gefragt, 1951-05-31
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New Cement Factory Fully Czech-Equipped, 1951-05-31
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Polish-Chinese Trade, 1951-05-31
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Rumors on Mass Expulsions from Warsaw and Krakow, 1951-05-31
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Rationing of Stamps Caused Losses to Enterprises, 1951-05-31
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Urban Population to be Resettled, 1951-05-31
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Leiter der ROH (Gewerkschaft) in Krompach (Slowakei), 1951-06-01
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Teachers Replaced by Propagandists, 1951-06-01
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Derailing in Bratislava, 1951-06-01
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Personal and Political Profile of Clementis Vlado, 1951-06-01
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Praise and Condemnation for the Army, 1951-06-01
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List of Mines with Short Descriptions, 1951-06-01
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Klinger on Way Out, 1951-06-01
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Delivery Quotas for Small Farmers Introduced, 1951-06-01
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Prague and Hradec Karlove Medical Personalities, 1951-06-01
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Brno and Olomouc Medical Personalities, 1951-06-01
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Unbearable Living Conditions of Construction Workers, 1951-06-02
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Cardinal Sapieha Gravely Ill; Planned Home Visit Canceled, 1951-06-02
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Lack of Electricity Causes Problems, 1951-06-02
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Every Foreigner Has to Be Registered, 1951-06-02
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Night Clubs in Warsaw Nationalized, 1951-06-02
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Family Expenses Mostly Spent on Food, 1951-06-02
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Warschauer Ministerium für öffentliche Sicherheit, 1951-06-02
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Eastern German-Polish Trade Agreement, 1951-06-02
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Bonzenfeiern, 1951-06-02
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The Most Widely Read Papers in Poland, 1951-06-04
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No Interest in Soviet Films, 1951-06-04
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Peasant Uprising Report Confirmed, 1951-06-02
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Slogans against the Regime on Toilet Walls, 1951-06-04
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Daily Ration of Food Described, 1951-06-04
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Partisan Units in Kielce-Radom, 1951-06-04
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Forceful Removal of Families from Budapest to Szeged, 1951-06-04
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Adaptation of Churches to Communist Needs, 1951-06-04
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New Mining Village, 1951-06-04
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Arrest, Sentencing, and Escape of a Political Prisoner Described, 1951-06-04
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Underground Forces Numerous, 1951-06-04
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Reception of RFE, 1951-06-05
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Information on Dangerous Members of the Party, 1951-06-05
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Estimation of the Size of the Hungarian Army, 1951-06-05
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Slovak Writers in Novaky Labor Camp, 1951-06-05
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Schoenherz Widow Arrested?, 1951-06-05
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Czech Border Personnel Changes its Attitude, 1951-06-05
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Border Patrol Activities increased, 1951-06-05
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Czech Border Personnel Strength, 1951-06-05
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Germans from CSR Requested to Work for Czech Intelligence, 1951-06-05
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Suggestions for Foreign Broadcasts, 1951-06-05
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Concentration Camp for Political Refugees near Szczecin, 1951-06-05
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Die Kirchen sind Überfüllt, 1951-06-05
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Sport under Government Control, 1951-06-05
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Personalities of Party and STB, 1951-06-05
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Hockey Players Allegedly Imprisoned in Pankrac, 1951-06-05
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Percentage of Political Prisoners up to 70%, 1951-06-05
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Conditions in Jachymov, 1951-06-05
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Information on Prisoner Bedrich Gold, 1951-06-05
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Information on Confidents in Jachymov, 1951-06-05
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Information on SVS Personnel in Jachymov, 1951-06-05
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Foreign Radio Programs Widely Listened, 1951-06-05
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New Taxis in Warsaw, 1951-06-05
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Russian Officials in Jachymov, 1951-06-05
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Rakosi's Image Made of Salad and Onions, 1951-06-06
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Warning, 1951-06-06
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Information on the Factory "Zapadoceske cihelny", 1951-06-06
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Information on the Political Life in the Village of Zihlice, 1951-06-06
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Cousin of Milada Horakova Allegedly Arrested while Trying to Cross the Border, 1951-06-06
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Insufficient Nutrition for Stock, 1951-06-06
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Hungarian Politburo Member to Run New Church Affairs Office, 1951-06-06
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Moscow Demands the Extradition of Political Prisoners from the Satellite Governments, 1951-06-06
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Joke about Rakosi, 1951-06-06
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Untaugliche Lastkraftwagen, 1951-06-06
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Neueste Meldungen von AVH Personen, welche bei der Polizei eingestellt sind. (Abt. West), 1951-06-06
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Information on Factory "Tonava" in Prague, 1951-06-06
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Technical Problems with Reception of RFE, 1951-06-06
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Miscellaneous Items, 1951-06-06
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Requisitioning Potatoes in Hungary, 1951-06-06
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Camouflage of Hungarian Military Preparations, 1951-06-06
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Russians Supervising Prosecution of Crime in Hungary, 1951-06-06
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Chinese and Korean Families arrive in Sudetenland, 1951-06-06
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Glaswerk 'Dugla', Olovi (Bleistadt), 1951-06-06
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Czech Placards with German Inscriptions near the Border, 1951-06-06
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Textilpunkte, 1951-06-06
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New Railway from Poznan to Szczecin, 1951-06-06
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Church Weddings in the Czech and Slovak parts of the CSR, 1951-06-06
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Meat Shortage in Slovakia, 1951-06-06
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Anonymous Letters to Radio Bratislava, 1951-06-06
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Agents Authorized to Smuggle, 1951-06-06
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Biographical Material on Otto Sling, 1951-06-06
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Werk 'February Revolution' in Krompachy, 1951-06-06
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Czechoslovak Propaganda Spreading News That Escapees Are Tortured in German Prisons, 1951-06-06
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Prague People Highly Dissatisfied. More Women Employed in Security., 1951-06-06
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SNB Members Have Allegedly High Salaries, 1951-06-06
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SNB – Uniforms, 1951-06-06
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Low Wages in Food Industry as a Tool to Press Workers to Enter Heavy Industry, 1951-06-06
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Matches from Susice Factory Exported to British Colonies, 1951-06-06
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Radios Manufactured in Tesla Praha Exported to USSR and Eastern Bloc Countries, 1951-06-06
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Sabotageakte, 1951-06-06
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"Microma" Cameras Taken off the Free Market, 1951-06-06
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Popular and Hated Personalities in Poland, 1951-06-06
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Classless Society, 1951-06-06
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More on Resettlement of Urban Population, 1951-06-06
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Shortage of Vanadium in Hungary, 1951-06-06
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1000 Forint for Each Captured Hungarian Escapees, 1951-06-06
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Passive Defense Teams Had Been Set Up in Budapest, 1951-06-06
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Hungarian Sugar Sold on Austrian Black Market, 1951-06-06
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Police Activities Intensified on the Baltic Coast, 1951-06-06
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Procession of Iron Curtain Refugees, 1951-06-07
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Communist Influence on Religious Ideologies, 1951-06-07
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Information on Textile Factory Velveta in Varnsdorf, 1951-06-07
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Worker's Tribunal in Varnsdorf, 1951-06-07
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A Joke, 1951-06-07
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Creation of National Orthodox Church with Latin Rite?, 1951-06-07
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300-1-2:1/399
Der ungekroente Herrscher von Bekasmegyer (Gemeinde bei Budapest), 1951-06-07
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Betriebszustaende, 1951-06-07
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Polish Workers Transferred to Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-07
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Clashes Result from Territorial Exchange, 1951-06-07
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Underground Interested in Broadcasts, 1951-06-07
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Szczecin (Stettin) Today, 1951-06-07
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Sondereinsatz Der UB in Myszkowice, 1951-06-07
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New Regulations in Poland, 1951-06-07
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Wage Gap in the "Workers" State, 1951-06-07
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Vessels Confiscated by the Regime, 1951-06-07
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Songs and Decorations on Feast of Corpus Christi Forbidden, 1951-06-07
[578/51]
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Unfair Working Conditions in Poland, 1951-06-07
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Poles Bar Retune of Bishop's Body, 1951-06-07
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Inhabitants Compelled to Leave Warsaw, 1951-06-07
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UB Agents among the Men Training as Seamen, 1951-06-07
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The Polish Navy, 1951-06-07
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Introducing "Examining Magistrates" in the Polish Army, 1951-06-07
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Reaction of One Part of RFE`s Audience, 1951-06-07
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Worker Arrested for Sabotage, 1951-06-07
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Scrap Iron Collection, 1951-06-07
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Educational System to be Overhauled, 1951-06-07
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Special Tricks of the Czechoslovak Security Police, 1951-06-07
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Miners Discontented, 1951-06-07
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Fascist Working for STB, 1951-06-07
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Reception of Western Broadcasts, 1951-06-07
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Reception of Western Broadcasts, 1951-06-07
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Polish Scientists Fight for Peace, 1951-06-07
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Prostituierte muessen an der Wirthschaftproduktion teilnehmen, 1951-06-08
[598/51]
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Anecdotes on Rakosi and Gero, 1951-06-08
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Methods of Collectivization Inhumane, 1951-06-08
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Listening to Foreign Radio Popular in Slovak Villages, 1951-06-08
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Communist Propaganda in Slovak Schools, 1951-06-08
[603/51]
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Slovak Clergy Terrorized More and More, 1951-06-08
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Situation in "Autoklub", 1951-06-08
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Automobilism Turning into Luxury for the Well-Off, 1951-06-08
[606/51]
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SPS – Border Police, 1951-06-08
[607/51]
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Forestry, 1951-06-08
[608/51]
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Censorship, 1951-06-08
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Generally Bad Working Conditions for Everybody, 1951-06-08
[610/51]
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Labor Camp, 1951-06-08
[611/51]
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Fable for Moderns, 1951-06-08
[612/51]
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Polish Textile Mills to Export to Russia, 1951-06-08
[613/51]
300-1-2:1/441
Next Peace Campaign, 1951-06-08
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Situation of Agriculture in Chojna, 1951-05-30
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Horse Breeding, 1951-06-08
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Driving School for PS Members in Pobezovice, 1951-06-08
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Liquidation of Freelances, 1951-06-11
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Information on Diary in As, 1951-06-11
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General Dissatisfaction Even among Communists, 1951-06-11
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Possibilities of Escape, 1951-06-11
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Information on Guards in Cheb, 1951-06-11
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Former Fascist – Now Communist, 1951-06-08
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Drugs Scarce, 1951-06-08
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Stettin as a Port of Peace, 1951-06-08
[627/51]
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Female Miners, 1951-06-08
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Warning, 1951-06-08
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Foreign Broadcasts in Olovi, 1951-06-08
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Police Sadists, 1951-06-08
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Hungarian Butter in Moscow, 1951-06-08
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Soviet Prosecutor's Visit Alarms Old Communist Party Members, 1951-06-08
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Journalisten Ausbildung, 1951-06-08
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Building Projects in Lodz Area, 1951-06-09
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Anti-Alcohol Campaign, 1951-06-09
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Stakhanovite Bricklayer's Wall Tumbles Down, 1951-06-09
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Students Can No Longer Choose Their Faculties, 1951-06-09
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Bogar, Budapest's Famous Hangman, 1951-06-09
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Prison Conditions in Budapest, 1951-06-09
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Preise: Raum Lodz, 1951-06-09
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Verthaeltnisse in Gefaengnissen, 1951-06-09
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Shortage of Goods, 1951-06-09
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Efforts to Close down Private Textile Shops, 1951-06-09
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Plan Office Workers Refused to Cheer Rakosi, 1951-06-09
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Dissolution of Independent Construction Company, 1951-06-11
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Workers without Documents Sent to Dunapentele, 1951-06-14
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Medical Education Standards Declining, 1951-06-11
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Kulaks Accused of Economic Sabotage, 1951-06-11
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Police Search Countryside for Weapons, 1951-06
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Saeuberung im Handel, Schieber bleiben, 1951-06-11
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Sinkendes Niveal der Oper – Ursache Politik, 1951-06-11
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Removal of Population from the Hungarian-Yugoslav Border, 1951-06-11
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Frontier Conditions of the Soviet Hungarian Border, 1951-06-11
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Personal Details about Rakosi, 1951-06-11
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Availability and General Market Conditions, 1951-06-11
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Background of Hungarian Charge D`Affairs in Stockholm, 1951-06-11
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A Dangerous Police Agent, 1951-06-11
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How War Will Come, 1951-06-11
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Information on CSD Manufacture in Zvolen, 1951-06-11
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"Skodovy zavody" in Plzen Producing Low-Quality Locomotives, 1951-06-11
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Information on Personnel in CSD Zvolen, 1951-06-11
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Letter about the Hungarian Situation, 1951-06-11
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Prices in Warsaw, 1951-06-11
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The Chief of the Yugoslav Cominformists in Hungary, 1951-06-11
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Pankrac, 1951-06-12
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Information on Personnel in Various Czech Prisons, 1951-06-12
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New Czechoslovak Airlines Service for Official Soviet Passengers, 1951-06-11
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Handlova Coal Mines, 1951-06-11
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Item on Professor Schlosser in Prag., 1951-06-12
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Life in Lwow, 1951-06-12
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Catholic Church Destroyed, 1951-06-12
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Kurznachrichten ueber Hafenanlagen, 1951-06-12
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Zusammenbruch in der Schuhreparaturversorgung, 1951-06-12
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Praemium fuer Kommunisten, 1951-06-12
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Unrest among Future Recruits, 1951-06-12
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Family members of Illegal Escapees Allegedly Not Yet Persecuted, 1951-06-12
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Two Girls Who Escaped to Western Germany Returned Back to CSR on Request of Their Parents, 1951-06-12
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UB Barracks Constructed in Cracow, 1951-06-12
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Rumors That Special Permission Will Be Needed When Travelling from One District to Another, 1951-06-12
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Traps at the Borders, 1951-06-12
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Fekete`s Dual Personality?, 1951-06-12
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Fishing Hungarians, 1951-06-12
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Imprisonment of Egon Mikes, 1951-06-12
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Enslaved Artists and Scientists, 1951-06-12
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Massive Police Interrogation Started, 1951-06-12
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Hungarian Officials at the Milan Fair, 1951-06-12
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Recruiting of High School Boys into Mining and Smelting Professions, 1951-06-12
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Education Influenced by Communist Propaganda, 1951-06-12
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Police Checkings at Border Zone Town Hranice u Ase, 1951-06-12
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Information on Jan Hornak, 1951-06-12
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A Political Joke on Fighting the USA, 1951-06-12
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The Fate of the Hungarian Prisoners of War, 1951-06-12
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Soviet Military Control Extended, 1951-06-12
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Fekete Settlers Accounts with the "Debrecen Group", 1951-06-12
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Anti-Russian and Pro-Western Feelings of Young Poles, 1951-06-12
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City Dwellers Expelled by Regime, 1951-06-12
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Bad Living Conditions at Children's Institute at Volgy Street in Budapest, 1951-06-12
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The Fate of Political Prisoners, 1951-06-12
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General Information, 1951-06-12
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New Cominform Center, 1951-06-12
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Exchanging Letters between an Interned Person and His Family, 1951-06-12
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Anna Kethly's Arrest Publicly Condemned in France, 1951-06-12
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Methoden der Kolchosierung, 1951-06-13
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Western Demand for Czechoslovak Textile Products, 1951-06-13
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Low Quality of Textile Production, 1951-06-13
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Information about Factory in Aš, 1951-06-13
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The AVH in Szombathely, 1951-06-13
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Information about Mihaljica Antalne, the Head of Municipal Council of Bozsok, 1951-06-13
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Military Unit and Prison in Nowograd, 1953-06-13
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Preparing New Polish Constitution Based on Soviet Model, 1951-06-13
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Soviet Airbase Construction, 1951-06-13
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Informers among University Professors, 1951-06-13
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Soviet Army Officials in Power in Hungary, Poland, and Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-13
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New Editorial Staff of the Weekly "Svet prace" Named by the Party, 1951-06-13
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Papa Resembles Russian City, 1951-06-13
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Background on the Arrest on Three Bishops, 1951-06-13
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Conditions in Labour Camp in Milencin, 1951-06-13
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Communist Leaders in Imielin, 1951-06-13
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Suicide of Sports Leader Kisielinski, 1951-06-13
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Currency Black Market, 1951-06-13
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Sailor's Impressions on Russian Black Sea Ports, 1951-06-13
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Transfer of Population, 1951-06-13
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Warning, 1951-06-13
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Resistance, 1951-06-13
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Plebiscite in Poland Becoming a Popular Farce, 1951-06-13
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Tennis Player Skonecki Fleeing Poland, 1951-06-13
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Desertions, 1951-06-13
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Population Expulsions in Poland, 1951-06-13
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Mass Trial with Death Penalties, 1951-06-13
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Campaign Promoting Buying of "Pravda" Newspapers, 1951-06-14
[767/51]
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Political Cadres in Gramophone Factory "Tonolit" in Budapest, 1951-06-14
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Eine Terroristenkarriere in Szigetszentmiklos, 1951-06-14
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Soviet Troops, 1951-06-14
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Collectivization of the Property of a Slovak Farmer, 1951-06-14
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Information on Priest Istvan BALOCH, 1951-06-14
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Communist Party Secretariat in Hlohovec Blown up, 1951-06-14
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Incident in Cadca, 1951-06-14
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Arbeitszeit - Verlaengerung im Untertagebau, 1951-05-14
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Plans for Taping Communist Propaganda Movies, 1951-06-14
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Text of the Leaflet Distributed by an Underground Organization, 1951-06-14
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Reparations to the USSR, 1951-06-14
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Airport Szombathely, 1951-06-14
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Various Construction Operations, 1951-06-14
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Resistance Leaflet Circulated in Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-14
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American Magazine Appeals for Action to Save Kethly Anna, 1951-06-14
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Low Quality of Goods Shipped from the USSR, 1951-06-14
[787/51]
300-1-2:1/573
Collectivization of Land in Slovakia, 1951-06-14
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Workers in Bratislava Forced to Sign Declarations, 1951-06-14
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Hungarian Ministry of Communication Allegedly Supports the Transport of Soviet War Material, 1951-06-14
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Frontier Adjustment with Russia, 1951-06-14
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Closing down Nationalized Tanneries in Podebrady, 1951-06-14
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Collection of Scrap, 1951-06-14
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Stalinist Propaganda in Schools, 1951-06-14
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Embezzlement of State Railway Funds by Franta Vesely, 1951-06-14
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The Good Shockworker - Richter Joseph, 1951-06-14
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Camp Rovnost, 1951-06-15
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Soviet Minister of Heavy Industry on surprise Visit in CSR, 1951-06-15
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Reception of RFE Broadcasts and Criticism, 1951-06-15
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State Security and Catholic Priests, 1951-06-15
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Concentration Camp Officials, 1951-06-15
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Collection of Scrap Metal, 1951-06-15
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Inspectors in Schools Giving Lectures on Korea, 1951-06-15
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New Identification Cards, 1951-06-15
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Party Cadres, 1951-06-15
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Armaments Supply Center, 1951-06-15
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Inefficiency of the Kolkhoz and Sovkhoz System, 1951-06-15
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Brutal Supervisor, 1951-06-15
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Terrorizing Private Property Owners, 1951-06-15
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Second Iron Curtain Strictly Guarded, 1951-06-15
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Persecution of Priest Pfarrer, 1951-06-15
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Introduction of New Freight Cars for Tan Transportation, 1951-06-15
[814/51]
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Soviet propaganda on Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary, and Romania, 1951-06-15
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Questionable Shipments from Russia, 1951-06-15
[816/51]
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Trainmen Asked to Report on Travelers Complaining about the Government, 1951-06-15
[817/51]
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Mass Involvement of Women in Industry, 1951-06-15
[818/51]
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Schreckensherrschaft in der Umgebung von Szolnok, 1951-06-15
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Ministry of State Farming, 1951-06-15
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Communist Party Cadres, 1951-06-15
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Law Quality Watches, 1951-06-15
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New "Danger" Zone, 1951-06-15
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Stricter Measures at Border Zones, 1951-06-15
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Civilians Protecting the Borders, 1951-06-15
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Students - Informers, 1951-06-15
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Traps at the Border, 1951-05-15
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Imprisoning of Priests in Slovakia, 1951-06-15
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Shortage of Clothing in Hungary, 1951-05-15
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Labor Camp Kamenne Rehovice, District Kladno, 1951-06-15
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Modlin Airfield, 1951-06-15
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Decreasing Quality of Famous China-ware of Karlovy Vary, 1951-06-16
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Sovietization of Greek Children Living in Klasterec nad Ohri, 1951-06-16
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Closing down of a Famous Prague Restaurant, 1951-06-16
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Reconstruction of Letenska Plan According to the Soviet Model, 1951-06-16
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Information on Ms. Rakosi, 1951-06-16
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Party Cadres, 1951-06-16
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Situation in Mining Industry, 1951-06-16
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Brutal Agitator, 1951-06-16
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New Labor Camp, 1951-06-16
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Labor Camp Novaky, Slovakia, 1956-06-16
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Anti-Communist Posters and Leaflets, 1951-06-16
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Brutal STB Officer, 1951-06-16
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Increased Action against the Black Market, 1951-06-16
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Shortage of Meat in Bratislava, 1951-06-16
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Brutal Security Officer, 1951-06-18
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Jamming Station, 1951-06-18
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Forced Labor Camp Javorzno, 1951-06-18
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Workers in Skoda Factory, 1951-06-18
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Requalification and Ideological Education of Workers, 1951-06-18
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Increasing Automobile Industry, 1951-06-18
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Decreased Quality of Meat Production, 1951-06-18
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RFE Updated News Popular among People, 1951-06-18
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High School Principal Selling Diplomas, 1951-06-18
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Information on Dr. Pull, Slovak Commissioner for Finance, 1951-06-18
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Conditions of Listening to Western Radio Stations, 1951-06-18
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Czech Resistance Movement Suffers Losses, 1951-06-18
[862/51]
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Political Indoctrination of Children in Poland, 1951-06-18
[863/51]
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Nationalized Hotel in Minus, 1951-06-18
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Trends in Employment, 1951-06-18
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Sabotage in Factory in Svit, 1951-06-18
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Chinese Workers in Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-18
[869/51]
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Russians in the STB, 1951-06-18
[870/51]
300-1-2:1/647
Resistance of Farmers against Collectivization, 1951-06-18
[871/51]
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Shortage of Meat, 1951-06-18
[872/51]
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Private Convent Closed for University, 1951-06-18
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Building of a New University in Wroclaw, 1951-06-18
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Unsuccessful Border Crossing, 1951-06-18
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Situation in CKD Sokolovo, 1951-06-18
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Production in CKV Sokolovo, 1951-06-18
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Russian Methods, Planning Problems and Lack of Raw Material, 1951-06-18
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Physicians and Their Relation to Communist Party in Brno, 1951-06-19
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Persecution of a Worker in Wroclaw, 1951-06-18
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Schooling in Poland, 1951-06-18
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Recruiting Apprentices for Mines, 1951-06-18
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Fazekas Mihaly Gymnasium, Budapest, 1951-06-18
[887/51]
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Parades in Prague, 1951-06-18
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Breaking Regulations on Fishing Boats, 1951-06-19
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New Chemical Center at Opole, 1951-06-18
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Battalion in Modlin, 1951-06-19
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Red Army Armored car Unit Arrives, 1951-06-19
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Romanian Secret Police Arresting Workers in Bacau, 1951-06-19
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Bevorzugte Bukarester Schauschpieler, 1951-05-19
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Reasons for Modzelewski's Dismissal, 1951-06-19
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Through a Chink in the Curtain, 1951-06-19
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Milk Shortage, 1951-06-19
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Air-Raid Shelters, 1951-06-19
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New Labor Camp at Svaty Jur, Slovakia, 1951-06-19
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Juvenile Laborers in the CSR, 1951-06-19
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Evacuation of Border Zone, 1951-05-19
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Recruiting Manpower for the Mines, 1951-06-19
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Matches Scarce in CSR, 1951-06-19
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The Return of the Government in May, 1951-06-19
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Zeitschriften erscheinen mit Verspaetung, 1951-06-19
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Housing Office Beleaguered by Prague Population, 1951-06-19
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Campaign against Josef Matocha, Archbishop of Olomouc, 1951-06-19
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Resistance, Listening to Western Broadcast's, 1951-06-19
[911/51]
300-1-2:1/681
Advantages of Being a Member of ZMP at Schools, 1951-05-19
[915/51]
300-1-2:1/682
Lodz - a Stronghold of Anti-Communism, 1951-05-19
[921/51]
300-1-2:1/683
Horrible Conditions in Nowograd Prisons, 1951-06-19
[924/51]
300-1-2:1/684
Two New Military Academies Set Up in Poland, 1951-06-19
[925/51]
300-1-2:1/685
Corruption among Party Members, 1951-06-19
[926/51]
300-1-2:1/686
Information on Marian Buronowiecz, the Head of Tailor's Union, 1951-06-19
[927/51]
300-1-2:1/687
Trials of Three Prominent Lawyers in the region of Galatz, 1951-06-19
[928/51]
300-1-2:1/688
Mass Evictions Terrorize Budapest, 1951-06-19
[929/51]
300-1-2:1/689
Train Conductors Overworked, 1951-06-19
[930/51]
300-1-2:1/690
Information on Josef Brozik, a Train Conductor from Plzen, 1951-06-19
[931/51]
300-1-2:1/691
Ardent Communists and Informers Rewarded and Promoted, 1951-06-19
[932/51]
300-1-2:1/692
List of Dangerous Informers among Railmen of Plzen, 1951-06-19
[933/51]
300-1-2:1/693
Activities at the Soviet Airfield Otopeni, Bucharest, 1951-06-19
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300-1-2:1/694
Construction of Runway for Soviet Jet Planes in Craiova, 1951-06-19
[935/51]
300-1-2:1/695
Products of Fish Cannery Shipped to USSR, 1951-06-19
[939/51]
300-1-2:1/696
Local Party Leaders in Pocierzowa Beaten by Partisans, 1951-06-19
[940/51]
300-1-2:1/697
Party Cadres and Spies in Ironwork Cedlar in Sosnowiec, 1951-06-20
[941/51]
300-1-2:1/698
Life and Work of Prisoners in the Camp Vykmanov, 1951-06-20
[942/51]
300-1-2:1/699
Information on Koberle, Commander in Prison in Moravska Ostrava, 1951-05-20
[943/51]
300-1-2:1/700
Information on Milan and Jaroslav Jonas, Physicians in Prison, 1951-06-20
[944/51]
300-1-2:1/701
Kohleschächte in Worzno, 1951-06-20
[945/51]
300-1-2:1/702
New Details Concerning the Mass Deportation of Budapest Citizens, 1951-06-20
[948/51]
300-1-2:1/703
Von Szalasi zu Stalin, 1951-06-20
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300-1-2:1/704
Bestechliche Beamtin, 1951-06-20
[950/51]
300-1-2:1/705
Strictly Guarded Border between Poland and the Soviet Union, 1951-06-20
[951/51]
300-1-2:1/706
Die Ungarische Spionageabwehr-Abteilung, 1951-06-20
[952/51]
300-1-2:1/707
Unsuccessful Attempt of Three Prisoners to Escape from the Wykmanov Camp, 1951-05-20
[954/51]
300-1-2:1/708
Relatives of Ex-Minister Lausman in Jail, 1951-06-20
[955/51]
300-1-2:1/709
Situation at State Maritime Navigation Center, 1951-06-20
[957/51]
300-1-2:1/710
Nationalization of Construction Enterprises, 1951-06-20
[958/51]
300-1-2:1/711
Preferences of People in Lodz Regarding Foreign Media, 1951-06-20
[959/51]
300-1-2:1/712
Communist Suppression of Religious Teaching in Schools, 1951-06-20
[960/51]
300-1-2:1/713
Deportations of the Middle-class Inhabitants of Budapest, 1951-06-20
[961/51]
300-1-2:1/714
Communist Propaganda in Schools, 1951-06-20
[962/51]
300-1-2:1/715
New Training Center in Opole, 1951-06-20
[964/51]
300-1-2:1/716
Cadres at Glass Industry in Wloknica, 1951-06-20
[966/51]
300-1-2:1/717
Suicide of Alfred Molnar, a Drugstore Owner in Budapest, 1951-06-20
[968/51]
300-1-2:1/718
Fanatical Communists, 1951-06-20
[969/51]
300-1-2:1/719
Uranium Mines in Pribram Area, 1951-06-20
[970/51]
300-1-2:1/720
Uranium Mines in Pribram Area, 1951-06-20
[971/51]
300-1-2:1/721
Corruption of Party Cadres in Warsaw, 1951-06-20
[972/51]
300-1-2:1/722
Women Hired to Drive Taxis and Trucks in Budapest, 1951-06-20
[973/51]
300-1-2:1/723
Information about Major Michal Gruzinski, 1951-06-20
[974/51]
300-1-2:1/724
More Appeals for Anna Kethly's release, 1951-06-20
[975/51]
300-1-2:1/725
Cost of Alcohol, 1951-06-20
[976/51]
300-1-2:1/726
Security Belt along Romanian Border, 1951-06-20
[977/51]
300-1-2:1/727
Female Workers in Stettin, 1951-06-21
[978/51]
300-1-2:1/728
Automobile Production in Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-21
[979/51]
300-1-2:1/729
Production of Airplanes in Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-21
[980/51]
300-1-2:1/730
He Could Not Stand It Any More, 1951-05-21
[983/51]
300-1-2:1/731
Economic - Catastrophic Food Shortage in the CSR, 1951-06-21
[985/51]
300-1-2:1/732
Women Introduced into the Workers Militia, 1951-06-21
[986/51]
300-1-2:1/733
Brutal STB Officer, 1951-06-21
[987/51]
300-1-2:1/734
No Milk for Babies, 1951-06-21
[988/51]
300-1-2:1/735
Kontraktacia na Slovensku, 1951-06-21
[989/51]
300-1-2:1/736
Technical Support for Polish Automobile Plants, 1951-06-21
[990/51]
300-1-2:1/737
New Law on Military Service of Officers and Generals, 1951-06-21
[991/51]
300-1-2:1/738
Russian Propaganda Films Compulsory for Schools, 1951-06-21
[992/51]
300-1-2:1/739
Harbor Workers Die from Drinking Unmarked Ethyl Alcohol, 1951-06-21
[993/51]
300-1-2:1/740
Wenn Rakosi die Parteizentrale Besucht, 1951-06-21
[995/51]
300-1-2:1/741
List of Prices of Various Products, 1951-05-21
[996/51]
300-1-2:1/742
New Law on Family Allowances, 1951-06-21
[997/51]
300-1-2:1/743
The Arrest of Friedrich and Payr, 1951-06-21
[998/51]
300-1-2:1/744
Soviet - American Comparison Joke, 1951-06-21
[1000/51]
300-1-2:1/745
Joke about Stalin, 1951-06-21
[1005/51]
300-1-2:1/746
Port Installations in Constanta, 1951-06-21
[1006/51]
300-1-2:1/747
Brutal SNB Guards, 1951-06-21
[1007/51]
300-1-2:1/748
Camps in Slovakia, 1951-06-21
[1008/51]
300-1-2:1/749
Prisoners Sabotaging Building Works, 1951-06-21
[1009/51]
300-1-2:1/750
Foreign Media Listened to by Using Crystal Receivers, 1951-06-21
[1010/51]
300-1-2:1/751
Positioning of Anti-Air Craft Guns in Cernavoda, 1951-06-21
[1011/51]
300-1-2:1/752
Lack of Goods in Romania, 1951-06-21
[1012/51]
300-1-2:1/753
Wave of Deportations, 1951-06-21
[1013/51]
300-1-2:1/754
Kommunistischer Agitator und Terrorist des Csurgoer Gymnasiums, 1951-06-21
[1014/51]
300-1-2:1/755
Increase of Antisemitism in Moldavia, 1951-06-21
[1015/51]
300-1-2:1/756
A Political Joke, 1951-06-21
[1016/51]
300-1-2:1/757
Construction of Poznan-Szczecin Railway, 1951-06-21
[1017/51]
300-1-2:1/758
Situation among Romanian Workers, 1951-06-21
[1018/51]
300-1-2:1/759
Solymar Matyas Terrorizes Udvari Region, 1951-06-21
[1020/51]
300-1-2:1/760
Misshandlung Bei Der UB, 1951-05-21
[1021/51]
300-1-2:1/761
Reaction and Audience Reception of RFE Broadcasts in Hungary and CSR, 1951-06-21
[1022/51]
300-1-2:1/762
Situation of the Catholic Church, 1951-06-21
[1023/51]
300-1-2:1/763
Black Market in Scarce Medicines and Drugs, 1951-06-21
[1025/51]
300-1-2:1/764
Behavior of Russians in Romania, 1951-06-21
[1027/51]
300-1-2:1/765
More Protests on Kethly Arrest, 1951-06-21
[1028/51]
300-1-2:1/766
Neue Terrorwelle im Komitat Somogy, 1951-06-22
[1029/51]
300-1-2:1/767
Arbeitslager in Glas, 1951-06-22
[1031/51]
300-1-2:1/768
Russian Officers Supervising Labor Camps in Slovakia, 1951-06-22
[1032/51]
300-1-2:1/769
The Life in the Convict Camp, 1951-06-22
[1033/51]
300-1-2:1/770
Building of Armory Factory in Sklenna, 1951-06-22
[1034/51]
300-1-2:1/771
Arresting of Workers in Kecskemet, 1951-05-22
[1035/51]
300-1-2:1/772
Miliziant durch Partisanen gerichtet, 1951-06-22
[1036/51]
300-1-2:1/773
Soviets Take over Airfield near Yugoslav Border, 1951-06-22
[1037/51]
300-1-2:1/774
Budapest Panic Reported Backfiring against Communists, 1951-06-22
[1038/51]
300-1-2:1/775
More Security Measures Built on the Border with Germany, 1951-06-22
[1039/51]
300-1-2:1/776
Anti-Communist Partisans in Romania, 1951-06-22
[1040/51]
300-1-2:1/777
200 Mountain Troops Stationed at Eisendorf, 1951-06-22
[1041/51]
300-1-2:1/778
Communist Nepotism, 1951-06-22
[1042/51]
300-1-2:1/779
Inducement to Visit Czechoslovakia, 1951-06-22
[1044/51]
300-1-2:1/780
Inside Story of Romanian Post-War Events to Be Published, 1951-05-22
[1045/51]
300-1-2:1/781
Guerillas in the Tatra Mountain, 1951-05-22
[1046/51]
300-1-2:1/782
Warning, 1951-06-22
[1048/51]
300-1-2:1/783
Pharmacists' Trade Paper Banned, 1951-06-22
[1049/51]
300-1-2:1/784
Influence on Daily Habits, 1951-06-22
[1052/51]
300-1-2:1/785
Communist Pendl Lajosne, 1951-06-22
[1054/51]
300-1-2:1/786
Stricter Measures at Border Zones, 1951-06-22
[1055/51]
300-1-2:1/787
Party Makes Obstacles for People to Worship, 1951-05-22
[1058/51]
300-1-2:1/788
Public Works Practice, 1951-06-22
[1059/51]
300-1-2:1/789
The Organization of D.O.W. III Poznan, 1951-06-22
[1060/51]
300-1-2:1/790
More Border Guard in As, 1951-06-22
[1064/51]
300-1-2:1/791
Smugglers - Agent Provocateurs, 1951-06-22
[1065/51]
300-1-2:1/792
The Office of General Directorate of Labor reserves, 1951-06-22
[1066/51]
300-1-2:1/793
No More Labor Camp at Gottwaldow, 1951-06-23
[1067/51]
300-1-2:1/794
Soviet Advisor for CSR Army in Slovakia, 1951-05-23
[1068/51]
300-1-2:1/795
CP Prepares List of Unreliable Czech Soldiers, 1951-06-23
[1069/51]
300-1-2:1/796
Czech Officers Go to Russia to Study Soviet Army Training, 1951-06-23
[1070/51]
300-1-2:1/797
Difficult Housing Situation in Bucharest, 1951-06-23
[1071/51]
300-1-2:1/798
News about the CSR Legation in Vienna, 1951-06-23
[1072/51]
300-1-2:1/799
Exchange of Czech Border Guards, 1951-06-23
[1073/51]
300-1-2:1/800
Minister Kliment Entertains, 1951-06-23
[1074/51]
300-1-2:1/801
Rapider Rueckgang des Viehbestandes im Komitat Somogy, 1951-06-23
[1076/51]
300-1-2:1/802
Persecution and Police, 1951-06-23
[1078/51]
300-1-2:1/803
Deportation of Budapest Citizens Shown to Have Been Planned Long Ago, 1951-06-23
[1079/51]
300-1-2:1/804
Tavern Owner Loses License for Not Playing Propaganda Song, 1951-06-23
[1082/51]
300-1-2:1/805
Soviet Union in Poznan District, 1951-06-23
[1084/51]
300-1-2:1/806
The Chief of Hungarian Political Police Peter Gabor Sends Parcels to His Mother in New York, 1951-06-23
[1085/51]
300-1-2:1/807
Kun Imre, 1951-06-23
[1086/51]
300-1-2:1/808
Forced Collectivization, 1951-06-23
[1087/51]
300-1-2:1/809
Problems in Commuting Romanian Civilians between Constanta and Bucharest, 1951-06-23
[1088/51]
300-1-2:1/810
Meeting of VDJW in Bucharest, 1951-06-23
[1089/51]
300-1-2:1/811
Communist Personalities in Gyekenyes, 1951-06-23
[1091/51]
300-1-2:1/812
Legenyei, Hungarian Artist, Arrested and probably Dead, 1951-06-23
[1092/51]
300-1-2:1/813
Construction of an Alleged Anti-Tank Ditch near Aydemir, 1951-06-23
[1093/51]
300-1-2:1/814
Soviet Troops in Braila, 1951-06-23
[1094/51]
300-1-2:1/815
Arrest of Two Communists at Kiskunfelegyhaza, 1951-06-23
[1095/51]
300-1-2:1/816
Soviet Textbook Translated into Polish, 1951-06-25
[1096/51]
300-1-2:1/817
Information on Lengyel Janosne, 1951-05-25
[1097/51]
300-1-2:1/818
Hungarian Military Preparations, 1951-06-23
[1098/51]
300-1-2:1/819
Persecution of Marin Ivanescu of Galatz, 1951-05-25
[1099/51]
300-1-2:1/820
Rakosi Matyas Concern, 1951-06-25
[1100/51]
300-1-2:1/821
Shipping in Szczecin, 1951-06-25
[1101/51]
300-1-2:1/822
Story of the Rebellion of Hungarian Cadets, 1951-06-25
[1102/51]
300-1-2:1/823
Doctors Don't Dare to Declare Workers Ill despite Sinking Health Standard, 1951-06-25
[1103/51]
300-1-2:1/824
Party Members Partying at Balaton Lake, 1951-05-25
[1104/51]
300-1-2:1/825
Life in Lyceum in Myslowice, 1951-06-25
[1105/51]
300-1-2:1/826
Working Conditions in Szczecin Harbor, 1951-06-25
[1106/51]
300-1-2:1/827
Situation in Kindergartens, 1951-06-25
[1107/51]
300-1-2:1/828
"New" Radio Device More Expensive, 1951-06-25
[1109/51]
300-1-2:1/829
Information on Sarnecki, 1951-06-25
[1110/51]
300-1-2:1/830
Information on the Former Military Attaché's Wife, 1951-06-25
[1111/51]
300-1-2:1/831
Houses in Bucharest Become State Property, 1951-06-25
[1112/51]
300-1-2:1/832
Verschobene Staatsgelder, 1951-06-25
[1113/51]
300-1-2:1/833
Direct Telephone Connection between Foreign Trade Ministry and Moscow, 1951-06-25
[1114/51]
300-1-2:1/834
Measures against Fake Marriages of Romanian Women with Italian Men, 1951-06-25
[1115/51]
300-1-2:1/835
Prime Minister Cyrankiewicz's Generous Treatment of His Mistress and Her Husband in Italy, 1951-06-25
[1116/51]
300-1-2:1/836
Removing of War Ruins in Pomerania, 1951-06-25
[1117/51]
300-1-2:1/837
Former Socialist Grossfeld receives insignificant position, 1951-06-25
[1118/51]
300-1-2:1/838
Information on Engineer Petruccio and His Work Possibilities, 1951-06-25
[1119/51]
300-1-2:1/839
AVH Leutnant Somlai-Schwalb Laszlo, 1951-06-25
[1120/51]
300-1-2:1/840
AVH Leutnant Raboczki Lajos, 1951-06-25
[1124/51]
300-1-2:1/841
Russian Airport in Brik, 1951-06-25
[1126/51]
300-1-2:1/842
Military Training of Youth by Army Instructors, 1951-06-25
[1127/51]
300-1-2:1/843
Armory Factory in Wroclaw, 1951-06-25
[1128/51]
300-1-2:1/844
Anti-American Posters on Public Buildings, 1951-06-25
[1129/51]
300-1-2:1/845
Wroclaw Full of Russian Troops, 1951-06-25
[1130/51]
300-1-2:1/846
Information on M. Grigoriev, 1951-06-25
[1132/51]
300-1-2:1/847
Personnel of High Offices at Polish Airlines, 1951-06-25
[1133/51]
300-1-2:1/848
Information on Dairy in Krnov, 1951-06-25
[1134/51]
300-1-2:1/849
The quality of Milk from Kolchoz is Lower than the One from Private Producers, 1951-05-25
[1135/51]
300-1-2:1/850
Rumors on Mood among People in Northern Moravia, 1951-06-25
[1136/51]
300-1-2:1/851
Military Unit in Krnovo in Moravia, 1951-06-25
[1137/51]
300-1-2:1/852
Personnel in Dairy in Krnovo, 1951-06-25
[1138/51]
300-1-2:1/853
Factory in Kourim u Brna Equipped with Inefficient Machines from Russia, 1952-06-25
[1139/51]
300-1-2:1/854
Average Wages of Workers, 1951-05-25
[1140/51]
300-1-2:1/855
Military Unit in Karlovy Vary, 1951-06-25
[1141/51]
300-1-2:1/856
Concentration of Soldiers in Decin, 1951-06-25
[1142/51]
300-1-2:1/857
Special Police Unit Protecting the Borders in Polesi, 1951-05-25
[1143/51]
300-1-2:1/858
Polish Front Companies in Western Europe, 1951-06-25
[1144/51]
300-1-2:1/859
Youth Organizations in Poland, 1951-05-25
[1145/51]
300-1-2:1/860
Hungarian Children to Be Sent on "Vacation" to Russia, 1951-06-25
[1146/51]
300-1-2:1/861
Ministers' Sexual Orgies Affairs, 1951-06-25
[1147/51]
300-1-2:1/862
Viktor Gorecki Director of Polish Front Company in London, 1951-06-25
[1149/51]
300-1-2:1/863
Coastal Towns Declared off Limits for Civilians, 1951-06-25
[1150/51]
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Bericht ueber eine Reise nach Rumaenien, 1951-06-25
[1151/51]
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Die Polnische Legation in Norwegen, 1951-06-25
[1153/51]
300-1-2:1/866
Informers' School, 1951-06-25
[1156/51]
300-1-2:1/867
Enesco Reported Pro-Communist, 1951-06-25
[1157/51]
300-1-2:1/868
Czech Troops Training in the Blowing Up of Bridges, 1951-06-25
[1159/51]
300-1-2:1/869
Pojar Seriously Ill, 1951-06-25
[1160/51]
300-1-2:1/870
Registration of Former Members of the Slovak Army, 1951-06-25
[1161/51]
300-1-2:1/871
New Rails in Cerna u Copu, 1951-06-25
[1162/51]
300-1-2:1/872
Construction of Factory for "Heavy Water" in Slany, 1951-06-25
[1163/51]
300-1-2:1/873
Skoda Factory to Produce Rocket Launchers, 1951-06-25
[1164/51]
300-1-2:1/874
CSR Widerstandskaempfer erschiesst drei Polizisten in Brunn, 1951-06-26
[1165/51]
300-1-2:1/875
Transportation Means Used by Czechoslovak Army, 1951-06-25
[1171/51]
300-1-2:1/876
Comparison of Prices in Czechoslovakia and West Germany, 1951-06-25
[1172/51]
300-1-2:1/877
People in West Czech Border Zone Constantly Listening to Foreign Radios, 1951-06-25
[1173/51]
300-1-2:1/878
30 Student Pilots Trained in Jad, 1951-06-26
[1174/51]
300-1-2:1/879
Landwirtschaftliche Maschinenfabrik "Kuhne" in Moson-Magyarovar [Mosonmagyarovar], 1951-06-26
[1175/51]
300-1-2:1/880
Battles between Romanian Troops and Partisans in Moldavia, 1951-06-26
[1176/51]
300-1-2:1/881
State Factory "Odevni tvorba" in As, 1951-06-26
[1177/51]
300-1-2:1/882
Persecution of a Tailor Who Tried to Escape to Germany, 1951-06-26
[1178/51]
300-1-2:1/883
Workers Transferred to Work in Heavy Industry, 1951-05-26
[1179/51]
300-1-2:1/884
Situation in Sadov Labor Camp, 1951-06-26
[1180/51]
300-1-2:1/885
Personnel in Sadov Labor Camp, 1951-05-26
[1181/51]
300-1-2:1/886
Cellulose Used for the Production of Ammunition, 1951-06-26
[1182/51]
300-1-2:1/887
Information on Ivan, a Guard in the Prison in As, 1951-06-26
[1183/51]
300-1-2:1/888
Trade Agencies in Warsaw, 1951-06-26
[1185/51]
300-1-2:1/889
Hopes for New Government, 1951-06-26
[1186/51]
300-1-2:1/890
Reported Arrest of Three Bishops Jolts Hungarian Reds Claim They Signed "Peace" Proposal, 1951-06-26
[1187/51]
300-1-2:1/891
"Bedbug and Bull" Club in Warsaw Closed, 1951-06-26
[1188/51]
300-1-2:1/892
"Zaklady Chemiczne Oswiecim", 1951-06-26
[1189/51]
300-1-2:1/893
Shipping Company "Meszahrt", Security and Control System, 1951-05-26
[1190/51]
300-1-2:1/894
Poles Hope for War, 1951-06-26
[1191/51]
300-1-2:1/895
Technical Center in Warsaw, 1951-06-26
[1192/51]
300-1-2:1/896
Information on Gal Stanislaw, 1951-06-26
[1193/51]
300-1-2:1/897
Eine misglueckte Blinddarmoperation, 1951-06-26
[1194/51]
300-1-2:1/898
Communist Slave Drivers and Denouncers, 1951-06-26
[1196/51]
300-1-2:1/899
Recruiting Campaign for Heavy Industry Workers Fails, 1951-06-26
[1197/51]
300-1-2:1/900
Disenchanted Communists, 1951-06-26
[1198/51]
300-1-2:1/901
STB-Spitzel in Brno, 1951-06-26
[1199/51]
300-1-2:1/902
Group of Resistance Fighters Arrested, 1951-06-26
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Geheimes STB-Gefaengnis in Brueen-Pisarky, 1951-06-26
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Secret Gasoline and Explosive Dump in Prague, 1951-06-26
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Prison in Brno, 1951-06-25
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Kommunistischer Vernichtungsfeldzug gegen freie Bauernschaft in der CSR, 1951-06-26
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The Quality of Textile Products for Domestic and Foreign Markets, 1951-06-26
[1205/51]
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Brnenska Zbrojovka Turning Textile Department into Ammunition Department, 1951-06-26
[1206/51]
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Wages in Ohara Factory in As, 1951-06-26
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Social Life in Ohara Factory in As, 1951-06-26
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Shortage of Food in As, 1951-06-26
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Communist Propaganda in Schools, 1951-06-26
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The Impact of Planning on Education, 1951-06-26
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Power of Political Secretaries at Universities, 1951-06-26
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Deteriorating Relations among Miners, 1951-06-26
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Social Welfare and Relief Organizations of Students, 1951-06-26
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Affair with Languedoc Planes, 1951-06-26
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General Dissatisfaction of Workers, 1951-07-09
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Funding of a Military Airfield Construction, 1951-06-26
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Import of Phosphates into Hungary, 1951-06-26
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Italian Citizens Not allowed to Cross the Border and Go to Italy, 1951-06-26
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Family's Request for Prince Montenuovo's Body Turned Down, 1951-06-26
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Army Unit in Bystrice u Nyrska, 1951-06-26
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Information on Zeman, an Army Official in Nyrsko, 1951-06-26
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Roads Set Alight at Night, 1951-06-26
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Information on STB Agents Meister, Herein, and Andreisik, 1951-06-26
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Information on STB Confidents in As, 1951-06-26
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Information on STB Informers in As, 1951-06-26
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Reforms at the University, 1951-06-26
[1229/51]
300-1-2:1/930
Ideological Preconditions for Entering the University, 1951-06-26
[1230/51]
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Building New Premises for the Secret Police, 1951-06-26
[1231/51]
300-1-2:1/932
Heavily Guarded Slovakian-Austrian Border, 1951-06-26
[1232/51]
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Prominent Persons Victims of Budapest Deportations, 1951-06-26
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Die Karriere des ersten Mitarbeiters von Minister Geros, Architekt Gadoros Lajos, 1951-06-27
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Grossfahndung nach acht gefluechteten Haeftlingen aus dem Zwangsarbeiterlager Recsk, 1951-06-26
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Units of Armed Women Seen in Budapest, 1951-06-26
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Friedmann Reported Arrested: Expulsions Continue, 1951-06-26
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Secret Discussions on Standardization of Police Methods, 1951-06-26
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A Witty Story, 1951-06-26
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Military Training, 1951-06-26
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Russian Language Courses Organized by ARLUS, 1951-06-26
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Oil Well Fire, 1951-06-26
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Closing of Seaside Tourist Resorts Due to Military Reasons, 1951-06-26
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The Importance of Being a Party Member, 1951-06-26
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Plans to Set Up Ministry of Civil Aviation, 1951-06-26
[1249/51]
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Inefficient Railway System in Poland, 1951-06-26
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Construction of Strategic Buildings in Zamora, 1951-06-26
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Funding of Military Airports in Romania, 1951-06-26
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Prominent aungarische Adelige von Massendeportation erfasst. General Barzo aus dem Internierungslager entlassen und neuerdings verurteilt, 1951-06-26
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UB Office in Poznan, 1951-06-26
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Grain Crop, 1951-06-26
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New Wave of Arrests, 1951-06-26
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Situation in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-26
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Housing Shortage in Bucharest, 1951-06-26
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Imprisonment of Maniu, 1951-06-26
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Controlling Correspondence with West, 1951-06-26
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Cement Factories in Slakow, Trzebnica and Szczakowa, 1951-06-26
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Information on High Officials in Militia, 1951-06-26
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Information on Vice-Premier Ghorghiu Dej, 1951-06-26
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Arrest of Andreescu Brothers from Oil Trust in Moreni, 1951-06-27
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Persons Injured at the Construction of Danube Canal, 1951-06-27
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Situation in a Tractor Factory, 1951-06-27
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Forced Resettlements and Registration Cards, 1951-06-27
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Shockworkers in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Information on Shockworker Lakatos in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Record in "Spojene ocelarny zavod Juliusa Fucika" in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Shockworkers in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Records of Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Financial Situation of Seasonal Workers in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/970
Youth in Steel Mill Chomutov Recruited to STB and SNB, 1951-06-27
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Internal Militia in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Transfer of Workers from Watch Factory to Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Tanneries in Poland, 1951-06-27
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Information on Conditions in Prisons, 1951-06-27
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Convoys of Military Trains in Soviet Hands, 1951-06-27
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Two Fanatic Communists Named, 1951-06-27
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Information on the Chief of Alien Office in Ploesti Triano Becu, 1951-06-27
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Information on Collaborators with Romanian Communists, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/979
Vessels of Constanta Fleet of Sovromtransport, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/980
Further Details on the Hungarian Deportations, 1951-06-27
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Ein Volksdemokratischer Professor, 1951-06-27
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Machine Factory in Plosti, 1951-06-27
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Information on Personalities in the Foreign Trade Ministry, 1951-06-27
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Die Karriere von Dobany (Dancso) Imre, 1951-06-27
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Verhaftungen in Nikolsburg, 1951-06-27
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Flugblaetter zur Friedensabstimmung, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/987
Personalities of Party, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/988
Soviet Workers in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06
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300-1-2:1/989
Low Quality of Products Made by Shockworkers, 1951-06-26
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300-1-2:1/990
Advantageous Young Communists Employed in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-26
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300-1-2:1/991
Several Communists Terrorizing Workers in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-26
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300-1-2:1/992
Information on Most Dangerous STB Agents in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
[1306/51]
300-1-2:1/993
Labor Camp Inmate Murdered by Guard, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/994
New Law on Convicts, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/995
Inspection of Attics in Brno, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/996
Evacuation of Border Zone between Czechoslovakia and USSR, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/997
Resettlement of People within Prague, 1951-06-27
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300-1-2:1/998
Opening of a "Modern" Prison in Ploesti, 1951-06-27
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Information on Young Apprentices Working in Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Minister Kliment Visiting Steel Mill in Chomutov, 1951-06-27
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Rolls of 35mm microfilm in microfilm cabinet #2
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Protests of Employees in Mitas (Former Michelin), 1951-07-19
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Information on Ardent Communist Valcharova, 1951-07-19
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Information on Comrade Markl, 1951-07-19
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Failed Building Plans, 1951-07-19
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A Joke, 1951-07-19
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Soviet Soldiers Cemetery in Targu Jiu, 1951-07-19
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Imposing Soviet architectural style, 1951-07-19
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Police Torture and Harassment in Nagykovacsi, 1951-07-19
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Polish East German military cooperation, 1951-07-19
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Accident at Szeged, 1951-07-19
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300-1-2:2/11
Clergy Taken for Military Service, 1951-07-19
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Background of Dr Prochazka New CSR Ambassador in Washington, 1951-07-19
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Problems with Estimating Life Standard in Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-19
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Tito Posters in Kiraly Utca, 1951-07-19
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Mutiny 15th Romanian Artillery-Regiment in Sibiu, 1951-07-20
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New Training Camp Secret Police Opened in Voiteni, 1951-07-20
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Clementis, Husak and Novomesky in Leopoldov Prison?, 1951-07-20
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Obtschestvo Sovietskich Grazdan, 1951-07-20
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Soviet Embassy in Prague, 1951-07-20
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Poor Living and Working Conditions Causing Workers Unrest at Glass Factory at Azuga, 1951-07-20
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300-1-2:2/21
How Census Data Is Dealt by the Statistical Office, 1951-07-20
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Roman Catholic Priests Resettlement from Transylvania to Other Romanian Provinces, 1951-07-20
[2904/51]
300-1-2:2/23
Romanian Soldiers Employed in Labor Colonies of Danube Black Sea Channel, 1951-07-20
[2905/51]
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Contest to Increase Sale of Red Papers and Books, 1951-07-20
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300-1-2:2/25
Weapons Found in Czech Plane., 1951-07-20
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Food, Subsistence and Commodities Shortages, 1951-07-20
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Swedish TU Delegates Disappointed by CSR Hosts, 1951-07-20
[2915/51]
300-1-2:2/28
Fire Razes 30 Barns near Prague: Additional Fire-Prevention Measures Taken., 1951-07-20
[2919/51]
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Tanvald Armament Factory, 1951-07-20
[2920/51]
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All Orthodox Churches Conference in Baden-Baden, 1951-07-20
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Reinterpretation of Classical Stage Plays to Suit Communist Propaganda, Example of Goethe's Faust in Dresden, 1951-07-20
[2923/51]
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Soviet Citizens Living in Jachymov, 1951-07-20
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Poor Supplies for Shops, 1951-07-20
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Political Training of Employees, 1951-07-20
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Building Plans, 1951-07-20
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Information on a Guard in Jachymov, 1951-07-20
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Building of New Shaft "Plavno" in Jachymov, 1951-07-20
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Poor Salaries of Participants in Forestry Brigades, 1951-07-20
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A Joke, 1951-07-20
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Overview of Intelligence Concerning Placement of Polish Navy Forces in Several Polish Bases and Cities, 1951-07-20
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Confiscation of Last Remaining Possessions of Romanian Peasants by Soviet Army, 1951-07-20
[2941/51]
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Factory Worker Hauled to Moson State Farm after New Russian Combines Break Down., 1951-07-20
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Hungarians Boycott the Port of Hamburg, 1951-07-20
[2947/51]
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Withdrawal of Philatelist Catalogues., 1951-07-20
[2948/51]
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Forced Expulsion of Several Families from Budapest to Hajdur-Bihar County, 1951-07-20
[2956/51]
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Communist State Prosecutors Arrested for Alleged Espionage, 1951-07-20
[2957/51]
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Inneman and Hesh, Directors of CP Schools., 1951-07-20
[2958/51]
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More Russian Instructors Arrive at Hranice, 1951-07-20
[2959/51]
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Low Morale among Romanian Population Great Interest Western Radio Broadcasts, 1951-07-20
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Gypsies don't Buckle Under, Dislike Communist Constraint., 1951-07-20
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Weekly Changes in Prices of Food, 1951-07-21
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Set-up of Romanian Industry including Background Leading Personnel and Trade Networks, 1951-07-20
[2964/51]
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Robbery of National Bank Glucholazy, 1951-07-20
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Anti Stalin Unrest on First of May in Kattowitz and Glucholaszky, 1951-07-20
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Report on Ammunition Depots in Oppeln and Jelenia Gora, 1951-07-20
[2967/51]
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Jehova Witnesses Refuse to Contribute to Construction of New Weapons for the State, 1951-07-20
[2968/51]
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Pre-War Army Officers are Fired, 1951-07-20
[2969/51]
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Bad Working Conditions and Productivity Paper Plant Glucholazy, 1951-07-20
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300-1-2:2/59
Increased Security Measures to Prevent Theft of Supplies from Trains, State Farms., 1951-07-20
[2972/51]
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Not Content with "Shearing" People, Commies Now Start Shearing Dogs and Goats, 1951-07-21
[2980/51]
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Jewish Leaders Plead with Rakosi to Prevent Deportation of Jews, 1951-07-21
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Political Prisoners Build New Airfields, 1951-07-21
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300-1-2:2/63
Inner Strife Communist Party over Collectivization and Education, 1951-07-20
[2983/51]
300-1-2:2/64
Current Developments in Budapest Expulsion, 1951-07-21
[2984/51]
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Rise of the Price of Products, 1951-07-20
[2985/51]
300-1-2:2/66
Sumava Woods Damaged by Insects, 1951-07-21
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Plans to Move The Population of Sumava Out from the Border Zone, 1951-07-21
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300-1-2:2/68
Lack of Manpower in Forestry Leads to Damages, 1951-07-21
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People Constantly Checked in the Border Zone, 1951-07-21
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300-1-2:2/70
Two Physicians Arrested in Usti N.L., 1951-07-21
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300-1-2:2/71
Frequent Fires in Chemical Industry at Usti Nad Labem, 1951-07-21
[2991/51]
300-1-2:2/72
Former Nazis now Communists in Usti N.L., 1951-07-21
[2992/51]
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Rain and Labor Shortage endanger Slovak Harvest, 1951-07-21
[2993/51]
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Accident in Jachymov Uranium Mines, 1951-07-21
[2994/51]
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Deductions from Wages for Mistakes at Skoda-Plzen, 1951-07-21
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Accused Found not Guilty, Loses Property Anyhow., 1951-07-21
[2996/51]
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Mothers of Babies to go to Work under New Ruling, 1951-07-21
[2997/51]
300-1-2:2/78
Arrest of Captain Pazicky, 1951-07-21
[2998/51]
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Purges within the Party, 1951-07-21
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Arrest of Saboteurs, 1951-07-21
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Anti-Communist Leaflets Appeared between Malacky and Kuty, 1951-07-21
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Students of Gymnasium Allegedly Burnt The Leaflets with Communist Propaganda, 1951-07-23
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Captain Vas Sandor, 1951-07-21
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Admittance to Brno Auction Permitted Only with Party Permits, 1951-07-21
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Communist TEP-Functionary in Usti. CSR, 1951-07-21
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Verlegung von Fabriken und Aemtern aus der westlichen Grenzzone., 1951-07-21
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No Pay for Overtime, 1951-07-21
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Communist Anti-Catholic Demonstration Backfires Gyoer, 1951-07-21
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Anecdote, 1951-07-21
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"The Classless Society", 1951-07-21
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Structure of Securitate and Methods of Interrogation, Torture and Recruiting new Members, 1951-07-23
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300-1-2:2/92
Terrorizing of Jachymov Inmates, 1951-07-23
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Anonymous Letter on Torturing of Prisoners Delivered to Bratislava Police, 1951-07-23
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Women also Attend Pilot School in Zilina, 1951-07-23
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300-1-2:2/95
Egg and Poultry Deliveries Hungarian Farmers Must Make Rise Sharply with Size of Land, 1951-07-23
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New Radio Network Brings Whole Country within Immediate Police Reach, 1951-07-23
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Workers Arrested for Criticizing Expulsion, 1951-07-23
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Close down of Artisans Cooperatives, 1951-07-23
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Coal Production Lags behind five-Year Plan despite Communist Claims to the Contrary, 1951-07-23
[3023/51]
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Organization and Life of the Border Guard, 1951-07-23
[3025/51]
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Border Guards Get Money Prize and a Wristwatch if Catch a Spy, 1951-07-25
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Communist Influence in High Schools, 1951-07-23
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Communist Background Needed for Further Education, 1951-07-23
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Thoroughly Vetted Communists Work as Teachers, 1951-07-23
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Thoroughly Vetted Communists Work as Teachers, 1951-07-23
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Directors Munca Factory, 1951-07-23
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Inspector Unirea Union, 1951-07-23
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Resistance at the Blast Furnaces in Hunedoara, 1951-07-23
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Placement Barracks Light Artillery Regiment at Curtea de Arges, 1951-07-23
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The Uniform Factory "Sixth May" in Curtea de Arges, 1951-07-23
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Characteristics Policemen in Galati, 1951-07-23
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Personalities at Galati, 1951-07-23
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Jewish Quarter in Prague Raided by SNB, 1951-07-23
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Location Secret Police in Bydgoszcz, 1951-07-23
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Communist Informer in State Yachting Club at Bydgoszcz, 1951-07-23
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Persons Arrested at Galati, 1951-07-23
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Training of Women for Police-Service, 1951-07-23
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Families Evicted from Their Homes in the Border Zone, 1951-07-23
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Security Measures in the Border Zone, 1951-07-23
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Border Guard Reorganized Accrding to the Russian Model, 1951-07-23
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Mutual Distrust among the Border Guards, 1951-07-23
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Stricter Control of Border Passes, 1951-07-23
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Priests not Allowed to Serve Mass in Kunzvart, 1951-07-23
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Dangerous Intrigues at Polish Ministry of Shipping, 1951-07-23
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Mass Arrests in District Gorj, 1951-07-23
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Recalling to Service of 'Reactionary', 1951-07-23
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Construction of the Székesfehérvár-Komarom Highway, 1951-07-23
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Discovery of Underground Organization Bialy Orzel by Political Police of Gdynia, 1951-07-23
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Incriminating Biographical Information of Chief Editor of Newspaper Gloe Wybrseza, 1951-07-23
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Partisan Movement in Banat, 1951-07-23
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Protesting Parents Subject to Investigation, 1951-07-23
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Staff of Village and Factory Papers to be Purged, 1951-07-23
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Anti-Catholic Measures of Communist Regime, 1951-07-23
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Sub-Par Living Conditions Population of Galati, 1951-07-23
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Personnel of Ipeil Factory at Curtea de Arges, 1951-07-23
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Forced Child Labor Coal Mines Resa Cocetin, 1951-07-24
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Forced Polish State Loan, 1951-07-23
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Anti-Communist Guerilla Activities Lodz, 1951-07-23
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Prices of Men's Clothing, 1951-07-23
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The Paper Factory "1st September" in Busteni, 1951-07-24
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Budapest Ministry Sends 150 to Overcome Acute Harvest Labor Shortage, 1951-07-23
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General Information Sinaia Sausage Factory, 1951-07-24
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Name of Secret Police Commander in Bunzlau, 1951-07-23
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Escape Attempt Punished by Execution, 1951-07-23
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Discontent and Problems Workers Barka Fishing Concern, 1951-07-24
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Escape of Two Polish Sailors in London, 1951-07-24
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Ten Killed during Prison Riots, 1951-07-24
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Political Prisoners from Bratislava Transported to Soviet Union, 1951-07-24
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Training Center for SNB Agents in Prague, 1951-07-24
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Rumors about Rising Cigarette Prices, 1951-07-24
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Some Restaurants Transformed into a Tailor's Workshops Exclusively Working for SNB Staff, 1951-07-24
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Prices of Cameras in Prague Shops, 1951-07-24
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Listeners of the Western Broadcast Reported, 1951-07-24
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Children from the Refugee Camp in Germany Visit Sweden, 1951-07-24
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Information on STB Agent, 1951-07-24
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Open Revolt against Communist Terror, 1951-07-24
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Drunk Communists Publicly Accused Each Other of Stealing, 1951-07-24
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The Budapest Bar Association, 1951-07-24
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Methods and Function of Secret police Office in Bysgoszcz, 1951-07-24
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Nationalization of Rubber Shop in Bydgoszcz, 1951-07-24
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Concentration Camp Novy Tychy, 1951-07-24
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Forced Labor Camp at Mielecin, 1951-07-24
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Large Railway Transition Point at Biala-Podlaska, 1951-07-24
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Russian Police Commander of Woiwodschaft-UB., 1951-07-24
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Russian Involvement in Starogard Ammunition Plant, 1951-07-24
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Structure of National Council at Starogard, 1951-07-24
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Pankrac Prisoners Sent to Russia., 1951-07-24
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Locations of Soviet Army in Poland, 1951-07-24
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Chinese Migrants Labor in Zabrze, 1951-07-24
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Polish Partisan Actions near Guben, 1951-07-24
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Production of Wooden Barracks in Slovakia., 1951-07-24
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Storing of Materials needed to Wage War Stored in Prague Hradcany, 1951-07-24
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Tightening of Border Patrol near Aš and CAEB, 1951-07-24
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Life of New Canon Lekovsky at Moravsky Sv. Jan, 1951-07-24
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Hostage Taking of Family Border Guards, 1951-07-24
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Scientific Exchange Balneological Associations of the USSR and Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-24
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Enforcement of National Loan for the Development of Poland, 1951-07-24
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Biographical Report on Communist Commissioner for Internal Affairs, 1951-07-24
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New Attacks against Polish Catholic Episcopate and Archbishop Wyszynski, 1951-07-24
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Suicide Manager Budapest Daily, 1951-07-24
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Spreading of Venereal Disease, 1951-07-24
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Warning, 1951-07-24
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Former Fascists to Become Fellow-Travelers., 1951-07-24
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Commercial School at Bydgoszcz, 1951-07-24
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Dr Polak Dangerous Denunciator, 1951-07-24
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Information on ONV Personnel in Kraslice, 1951-07-24
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Persecution of Yugoslavian Minority in Romania, Forced Labor at Black Sea Channel, 1951-07-24
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Strikes among Juvenile Voluntary Miners in Slovakia, 1951-07-24
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Extreme Taxation Owners of Motor Vehicles, 1951-07-24
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Location of Soviet and Romanian Army Units in Galati, 1951-07-24
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Volunteers not paid for Brigade Work, 1951-07-24
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Foundation of New Forced Labor Camps, 1951-07-24
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Romanian Steel Industry Focus on Production of Ball Bearings as Export Product, 1951-07-24
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Expulsions of Pensioners and Intellectuals Throughout Romania, 1951-07-24
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Typhus Epidemic Broke out at Construction of Lenin Hydroelectric Plant near Stejar-Bicaz, 1951-07-24
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Hard Workplaces for Middle Class Members, 1951-07-24
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Communist Listen to RFE Broadcasts Too, 1951-07-24
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Information on Labor Workers in Sokolov, 1951-07-24
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Information on the Sokolov Labor Camp Commander, 1951-07-24
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Information on Cheb Prison Personnel, 1951-07-24
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Outbreak of Typhus at Construction of Black Sea Channel, 1951-07-24
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Mobilization of Reserve Classes at Arad, 1951-07-24
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Murder of Collectivization Agent by Local Peasants at Fillasi, 1951-07-24
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Likings and Hobbies of Top Communists Romania, 1951-07-24
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The Strongest Resistance to Collectivization in Southern Moravska, 1951-07-24
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Arrests Romanian Catholic Clergy, 1951-07-24
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Brutal Interrogation Methods Chief of Police of Alba Julia, 1951-07-24
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Problems in Harvesting at Braila, 1951-07-24
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Arrests at Craiova, 1951-07-24
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Abduction from Parish of Priest in Sarlota, 1951-07-24
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Expulsion of Mikecz Ödön from Budapest, 1951-07-24
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Conditions in Bősárkány, 1951-07-24
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Arrest of Former Journalist and Captain, 1951-07-24
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Jews Wanting Israeli Visa to Emigrate from Bucharest, 1951-07-24
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Partisan Activities around Iasi, 1951-07-24
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Priest's Confession Drug-Induced?, 1951-07-24
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Safety Military Railway Traffic, 1951-07-24
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Zapotocky Blackmailed?, 1951-07-24
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Slovnaft Oil Refinery, 1951-07-24
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Mass Arrests and Expulsions at Timisoara, 1951-07-24
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The Airport "Hanul Doctorului", 1951-07-24
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List of Locations of Institutions of Higher Education, 1951-07-24
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Anti-Aircraft Artillery Barracks in Süttör, 1951-07-24
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Politically Incriminating Jokes, 1951-07-24
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Anti-Communist Stickers Appear All over Brno and Environs, 1951-07-24
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Harvesting Problems at Sekule, Slovakia, 1951-07-24
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Razzia in Hodra after Escape Prisoners from Leopoldov, 1951-07-24
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Conference of "Rovnost", 1951-07-24
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Czech Trade Unions Officials to Join IWTU Staff in Vienna, 1951-07-24
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Warning, 1951-07-24
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Russian Ignorance, 1951-07-24
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A Couple of Informers, 1951-07-24
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Execution of Romanian Priests near Hungarian Romanian Border, 1951-07-24
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Pricelist of Daily Commodities Such as Food, 1951-07-25
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Concentration Convent at Nová Říše, 1951-07-25
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Wholesale Prices in Slovakia, 1951-07-25
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Border Guards Exchanged for Third Time, 1951-07-25
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Building Construction Work; Mistakes of Hasty Work, 1951-07-24
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Uniform Tailoring Enterprise, Budapest., 1951-07-25
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Rearmament of Romanian Border Zone near Yugoslavia, 1951-07-25
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Arrest of Several High Placed Politicians, 1951-07-25
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Information on Diary Production in Asi, 1951-07-25
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Sabotage in the Diary Plant, 1951-07-25
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Denunciators in the Diary Plant in Asi, 1951-07-25
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Forced Collectivization, 1951-07-24
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Forced Collectivization, 1951-07-25
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Lack of Fertilizers, 1951-07-25
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Lack of Experienced Staff for Livestock Breeding, 1951-07-25
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Creation of Romanian Anti-Aircraft Defense System around and in Bucharest, 1951-07-25
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Sabotage Telephone Line Bucharest Sofia, 1951-07-25
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Monitoring of Movement of Italian Legate's Wife, 1951-07-25
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List of Political Prisoners Working on Danube - Black Sea Channel, 1951-07-25
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Clashes Railway Workers and Police in Spring 1951 Bucharest, 1951-07-25
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Sabotage of Lignite Mine at Petrosani by Transylvanian Patriots, 1951-07-25
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Construction Work near Aši Village, 1951-07-25
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Deportations from Yugoslav Minority Away from Yugoslavian Romanian Border Area, 1951-07-25
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Strengthening of Pillbox Defense Line Romanian Black Sea Coast, 1951-07-25
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Partisans Stole Wool and Food from Kolkhoz at Corbeni, 1951-07-25
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Biographical Background Collectivization Committee Bucharest, 1951-07-25
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Entrance Fee for Churches, 1951-07-25
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Second Failed Attempt at Kidnapping of Italian Driver of Italian Consulate Employees, 1951-07-25
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Installment of Intelligence Officers on Polish Ships, 1951-07-25
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Secret Police Covert Agents on the Train Prague-Bratislava, 1951-07-25
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Slave Labor for the Five Year Plan, 1951-07-25
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Shoemakers in Sopron., 1951-07-25
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Problem of Distribution in Slovakia, 1951-07-25
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Youth Festival in Berlin, 1951-07-25
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Recruiting of Students for State Seminaries, 1951-07-25
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Increased Security Measures at Flights Leaving Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-25
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Homosexual Commander at Brno, Spilberk Jail, 1951-07-25
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Transport of Russian Deserters to USSR Via CSR., 1951-07-25
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Police Arrested for Operating Clandestine Radio, 1951-07-25
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Gottwald to Vacation at Smokovec in August, 1951-07-25
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Political Personalities in Eastern Germany, 1951-07-25
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Book by Walter Lippmann Confiscated, 1951-07-25
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Conditions in Fertõhomok, 1951-07-25
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Situation on the Austro-Hungarian Border near Sopron, 1951-07-25
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Ministry of Interior Personnel, 1951-07-25
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Ministry of Interior Personnel, 1951-07-25
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Teachers of Vienna "Komenski" Schools Sent to CSR for Six Weeks' Schooling, 1951-07-25
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Persecution of Non-Communist Political Organizations including Hungarian Peoples' Representatives, 1951-07-25
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Requisitioning of Transportation Equipment in Timisoara, 1951-07-25
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Harassment of High Communist Official in Kattowitz due to poor Performance Security Services, 1951-07-25
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Murder of Romanian Major by Russian Superior after Small Brawl, 1951-07-26
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Non-Cooperative Doctor Sent to Jail by Reds, 1951-07-25
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Excommunicated Priests Back in Office Again., 1951-07-25
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Deportation in Bratislava, 1951-07-25
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War Veterans send Message of Friendship to Eastern Europe, 1951-07-26
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Eck Gyula Hanged as Traitor, 1951-07-26
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Hungarian Deportation, 1951-07-26
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18 Hungarian Families Ordered to Return to Hungary in Pilakovo, CSR., 1951-07-26
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New Communist Teaching Method, 1951-07-25
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Grape Harvest 50 Per Cent below Average, 1951-07-26
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Bulgarians Living in CSR Ordered to Return to Bulgaria, 1951-07-25
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Brezova Farmers Forced to Establish Kolkhos, 1951-07-25
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Merchant Arrested for Attempt to Cross Austro-Czech Border, 1951-07-25
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Brno Spilberk Prison Enlarged, 1951-07-25
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Deportation of the Former Minister Pruzinsky and his Family, 1951-07-26
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Significantly Changed Teaching Plans in the Elementary Schools, 1951-07-26
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No More Crucifixes in the Classrooms, 1951-07-26
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The Sign "USSR - Our Ideal " Mandatory in Every Classroom, 1951-07-26
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Russian Language Learning in the Elementary Schools, 1951-07-26
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No Repetition of a School Year in the Elementary Schools, 1951-07-26
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Salary Range for Teachers, 1951-07-26
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Teachers to Work at the Cooperatives Too, 1951-07-26
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Recreation of Pupils in the Elementary Schools, 1951-07-26
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Regular Meetings of the Teachers Associations, 1951-07-26
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Political Training for Teachers, 1951-07-26
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New System of Recruitment for Teachers, 1951-07-26
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Special Courses for not Completely Qualified teachers, 1951-07-26
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Anonymous Letter from Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-26
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Anonymous Letter from Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-26
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Priest from Lipovsky Killed by Secret Police Agents, 1951-07-26
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Shortage of Food in Bratislava, 1951-07-26
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Egg-Gathering Competitions, 1951-07-26
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Effects of Expulsions, 1951-07-26
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Resistance Puts Stickers on Train Wagons, 1951-07-26
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Sacking of Party Secretary, 1951-07-26
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Kobanya Brewery Produces for Russians, 1951-07-26
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Preliminary Training Polish Youth for Army Purposes, 1951-07-26
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Rumor Has it that Work Brigades Organized with Young Deportees Disappear to Russia, 1951-07-26
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Politically Dangerous Elements are Removed from Polish Coast, 1951-07-26
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Successful Escape of a Czech Citizen to Austria, 1951-07-26
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Salaries and Lifestyle Women and Workers in Soviet Union, 1951-07-26
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Achievements High Communist Official, Innovation in Industry, 1951-07-26
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Joke about Pauker Anna, 1951-07-26
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Former Criminal Now Head of Border Guards, 1951-07-26
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Anti-Semitic Persecution Sibiu, 1951-07-26
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Rumors on Monetary Reform, 1951-07-26
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Corruption Higher Echelons Communist Party in Bilgoraj, 1951-07-26
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Case by Secret Police against Teachers at Jungow-School in Gdynia, 1951-07-26
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Confidential Report Breslau Wroclaw Communist Committee on Schooling, 1951-07-26
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Corruption and Bribery of Peoples' Court, 1951-07-26
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Members of the Sopron Communist Party Secretariat, 1951-07-26
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Construction of Two New Hydroelectric Centers at Paroseni and Valka Sadului, 1951-07-26
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Corruption at Large Scale at Szczecin Construction Works, 1951-07-26
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Workers Flee from Dunapentele, 1951-07-26
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Nuns in Timisoara Sent to the Mines, 1951-07-26
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Abuse of Workers Under Name of Peace Campaign, 1951-07-26
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Anti-Communist Propaganda in Cluj, 1951-07-26
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Deportation of Families from Romanian-Yugoslav Border Area, 1951-07-26
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Arrest of Student Because of Refusal to Sign Peace Appeal, 1951-07-26
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Night-Life in Budapest., 1951-07-26
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Infamous Betrayer of Dissidents Active in Orade Mare, 1951-07-26
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High Communist Official of Dubious Credentials in Gdynia, 1951-07-26
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New Plant at Chrudim, 1951-07-26
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Cadastral Maps Burned in Communities where Cooperatives were Established, 1951-07-26
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Youth Organization Calls for Volunteers to Fight in Korea, 1951-07-26
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Security Officers in Local Councils Go Armed with a Gun, 1951-07-26
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Protests against Collectivization of Small Enterprises, 1951-07-27
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Secret Police Raid against Opposition and Former Agents Serving during the War, 1951-07-26
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Uncovering of Identity of Romanian Spy Active in Austria and Germany, 1951-07-26
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New Arrangements for Enrollment at the Universities Effective October 1951, 1951-07-26
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Ioan Pop, Director of the Prison Timisoara Formerly Convicted for Robberies., 1951-07-27
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College of Commerce Staff Lacks Proper Training, 1951-07-27
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New Railway Connections with SSSR, 1951-07-27
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More Ideologicaly Slanted Textbooks for Elementary and High Schools, 1951-07-27
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Shortage of Aviation Equipment, 1951-07-27
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Lot of New Soviet Instructors in the Army, 1951-07-27
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New Russian Anti-Tank Weapons Introduced, 1951-07-27
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Political Intervention at High-school Slupsk, 1951-07-27
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Extension of Censorship on Correspondence and Postal Parcels, 1951-07-27
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Influx of Russian Troops to East Germany Via Poland, 1951-07-27
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Special Telephones Lines of Party Sections in Factories, 1951-07-27
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Prisoners from Yugoslavia, Romania and Hungary in USSR, 1951-07-27
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Organization of Polish Peasants Mutual Aid Association, 1951-07-27
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Biographical Data on Local Communists in Potony and Szentborbas, 1951-07-27
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Expellees Have to Leave Their Small Children, 1951-07-27
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Planes Patrol Frontier, 1951-07-27
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Soviet Troop Movements in Hungary, 1951-07-27
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Militia Soldiers and Officers get into Pub Brawl, 1951-07-27
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Commemoration in London of Brazilian Barbosa Rui's Activities for Polish Cause, 1951-07-27
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CSR Produces Weapons for Chinese Volunteers Fighting in Korean War, 1951-07-27
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Shortage of Nurses in the Healthcare System, 1951-07-27
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Tranformers Shipments to USSR, 1951-07-27
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Shortage of Radios and Spare Parts Due to Export to USSR and Poland, 1951-07-27
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Equipment Shipped to New Steel Mill in Poland, 1951-07-27
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Information on Police Station in Sekuliach and its personnel, 1951-07-27
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Anti-Soviet Propaganda in Verse, 1951-07-27
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Anti-Soviet Propaganda in Verse, 1951-07-27
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Nejedly Answers Anxious Parents, 1951-07-27
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Communication in the Merchant Navy, 1951-07-27
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Emigre Who Returned to the Family Sentenced for Four Years, 1951-07-27
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Canned Food Exported to Russia, 1951-07-27
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Information on Training for Secret Police Agents, 1951-07-27
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"Parizsi Aruhaz" Requisitioned for Storage of Unsold "Szikra" Publications, 1951-07-27
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Information on Border Guards Unit in Cheb, 1951-07-27
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New Security Measures at the Border Line, 1951-07-27
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Stricter Control of Civillians in the Border Zone, 1951-07-27
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Guard Killed Two Escapees at the Border Line, 1951-07-27
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A Man Killed while Trying to Cross the Border, 1951-07-27
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Strong Anti-Communist Feelings among the Population in Cheb Area, 1951-07-27
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Behavior and Location of Russian Soviet Soldiers on Polish territory, 1951-07-27
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Red Plug Another Hole in the Iron Curtain, 1951-07-27
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Four Russian Soldiers Arrested for Smuggling Refugees across Border, 1951-07-27
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Expulsions to Hit Border Zones, 1951-07-27
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Two Guards Refused to Shoot at the Smugglers Crossing the Border, 1951-07-27
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New Trenches Fortified with Timbers, 1951-07-27
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Barbed Wire Fencing on the Border Line Close to Rosbach, 1951-07-27
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Commander of the German Border Guard Collaborates with Czech Police, 1951-07-27
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Letters from Hungary to Italy, 1951-07-27
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Nationalization of Harvest Forced Collectivization of Private Farm Land, 1951-07-27
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Biographical Background of Karol Gross Deputy Chief of Polish Military Mission in West Berlin, 1951-07-27
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Pure Communist Party Hungary, 1951-07-27
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Information on Police Informers in the Town of As, 1951-07-27
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Price Rise Provoked Demonstrations in Prague and Plzen, 1951-07-27
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Every Meeting Starts and Ends with the Singing, 1951-07-27
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Joke, 1951-07-27
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Head of Criminal Department in Bratislava Replaced, 1951-07-27
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Monks Recruited by Secret Police, 1951-07-27
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House Resolution Protests Arrest of Archbishop Grosz, 1951-07-27
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Expulsion of Rural Families, 1951-07-27
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Passport Applications for Israel Increases, 1951-07-27
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Expulsions, 1951-07-28
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Prisoners Classified into Six Categories, 1951-07-28
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Leading Communists in the District of Kysucke Nove Mesto, 1951-07-28
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Persons not Employed in Town Ordered to Move, 1951-07-28
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Poor Wages after Collectivization, 1951-07-28
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Torture and Maltreatment of Prisoners Throughout Poland, 1951-07-28
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Sabotage in Hlansko Factory, 1951-07-27
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Shortage of Chrome and Nickel, 1951-07-27
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No Insuline and False Penicilline Used, 1951-07-27
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Ship Construction in Gdansk, 1951-07-28
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Great Demand for Nylon Stockings and Other Western Made Articles, 1951-07-28
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Retrieval and Reparation of Special German Submarine in Gdansk, 1951-07-28
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Purge Unions of Valka-Prahovei District, 1951-07-28
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15.000 Forced Laborers in the Jachymov Area, 1951-07-28
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Forced Redistribution of Administrative Laborers, 1951-07-28
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Budapest Expulsion Temporarily Halted since 18 July, 1951-07-28
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Swiss Bishops Express Grief, 1951-07-28
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Joke on Life Under Communism, 1951-07-28
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Companies and Fabrics are Transported from the Yugoslav Border Area Closer to the USSR, 1951-07-28
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Communist Way to Get Rid of Rival, 1951-07-28
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Efficiency of Collectivized Agriculture, 1951-07-28
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Non Cooperative Behavior of Peasants with Collectivization Project, 1951-07-28
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New Housing Constructed for Forest Laborers in Teplice-Snov, 1951-07-28
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"Volunteer" Labor at Nova Huta, near Krakow, 1951-07-30
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Two Persons Arrested for Fraud, 1951-07-30
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Confidants in Prague Restaurants, 1951-07-30
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New Ambassador Poland to Italy is Member of Wilno Group, 1951-07-30
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Fabric in Usti Mad Labem Crucial to Heavy Industry, 1951-07-30
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Conditions in Bratislava Police Prison, 1951-07-28
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Conditions in the Novaky Labor Camp, 1951-07-28
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Vorrate Verboter, 1951-07-28
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Detroit Council Protests Persecution of Church in Hungary, 1951-07-30
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Preises und Zuteilungen, 1951-07-30
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Joke, 1951-07-30
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Pressure on Independent Farmers, 1951-07-30
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Warm Welcome to the Guests from East Germany, 1951-07-30
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New leadership in Prague Hotel and Restaurants Comunal Company, 1951-07-30
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recruiting of Menpower for Heavy Industry, 1951-07-30
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Forbidden Songs and Composers, 1951-07-30
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Norms Revision in Factories, 1951-07-30
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Youth Brigades Assist Police in Traffic Control, 1951-07-30
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All Western Travellers in Prague are Accommodated in the Same Hotel, 1951-07-30
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Information on the Police Informer, 1951-07-30
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Vtip!, 1951-07-30
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Jokes, 1951-07-30
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Family Arrested while Trying to Cross the Border, 1951-07-30
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Killed for Selling Goods on Fake Ration Cards, 1951-07-30
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Forged Identity Cards Issued, 1951-07-30
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Police Controls Pub Guests by Night, 1951-07-30
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How Much Earn Musicians Playing in Night Clubs, 1951-07-30
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Prices of Brandy and a Bottle of Vine in Restaurants, 1951-07-30
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Military Training in the Vimperk Garrison, 1951-07-30
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Fate of Persecuted Artists and Other Dissidents in Romania, 1951-07-30
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Celebratory Telegrams Send to Gheorghui-Dej by Peasants Possible Forgery, 1951-07-30
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Possible Arrest of Former Secretary General of Communist Party, 1951-07-30
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Warning!, 1951-07-30
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Export of Commodities to Russia via Rail Traffic, 1951-07-30
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Military Units Stationed at Cernavoda, 1951-07-30
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Deterioration of Polish Academia through Ideological interference, 1951-07-30
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Old Miner Disappointed in Communism in Poland, 1951-07-30
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Forced Abdication of Children by Hungarian Women, 1951-07-30
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Cruel Behavior of Communist and Police Members, 1951-07-30
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Prospective Emigrants Have a Hard Time before Leaving Hungary, 1951-07-30
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Cost of Living on Market near Leningrad, 1951-07-30
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Arrest and Deportation of Famous Lutheran Minister, 1951-07-30
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Explanations of Food Shortage in Country, Presence of USSR Soldiers to Blame, 1951-07-30
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Black Market Activity of Russian Soldiers in Constanta, 1951-07-30
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Sovietization of Polish Youth through Education, 1951-07-30
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Intensive Collection Campaign for North Korea Underway, 1951-07-30
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Compulsory State Loan, 1951-07-30
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Idea to Use Pre-produced Half Bricks for Buildings Raises Major Debate, 1951-07-30
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Obligatory Participation of Children of Active Communist Members in Schools of Children's Friends, 1951-07-30
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Commercial High School in Poznan, 1951-07-30
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Closer Surveillance of Population through Appointed House Secretaries, 1951-07-30
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State Sea Fishery "Dalmor" (Dalekomorski), 1951-07-30
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Strict Safety Measures Hel Peninsula, 1951-07-30
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Alleged Desertion of Admiral at Gdynia in 1950, 1951-07-30
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Exploitation of Polish Women in Heavy Industry, 1951-07-30
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Strategic Allegiance Polish Communist Party with Catholic Church and Even Rome, 1951-07-30
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Centralization of Sport Clubs, 1951-07-30
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General Mood and Attitudes of the Population, 1951-07-30
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Shortage of Manganese, Silicon and Graphite, 1951-07-30
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New Army Barracks in Mikulov, 1951-07-30
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Names of Some Confidants Working for the Secret Police, 1951-07-30
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School in Malacky, 1951-07-30
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Sadist Tortures Political Prisoners in Rovnost Prison, 1951-07-30
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Information on dr Malek from Bacteriological Institute in Prague, 1951-07-30
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Inhuman Treatment of Prisoners in Leopoldovo Prison, 1951-07-30
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Ministry of Interior Tolerates Profiteers in Return for a Favor, 1951-07-31
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Personnel of Horni Slavkov Prison, 1951-07-31
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Personnel of Horni Slavkov Prison, 1951-07-31
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Training of Reserve Officers, 1951-07-30
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Sabotage of Steel Plant at Nova Huta, 1951-07-30
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Resistance Leaflets Spread across Gdynia Streets, 1951-07-30
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Norms and Competitions, 1951-07-30
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Boy and Girl Accused of Sabotage, 1951-07-30
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Expensive Lunch for Miners, 1951-07-30
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Polizei in Probostov, 1951-07-30
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Priests Appointed by Communists Unpopular, 1951-07-30
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Religious Institutions and Schools Bohosudov Closed, 1951-07-30
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"American" Cigarettes Made in Budapest and Smuggled to West Germany, 1951-07-30
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Russian Movies Not Popular Austrian Picture Preferred, 1951-07-30
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Eier fuer den "Frieden", 1951-07-30
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Children Obliged to Pass Russian and Political Classes with high Grades, 1951-07-30
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Gala Performance in the National Theater with Russian Ballet Dancers, 1951-07-30
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Arms Producing in Poland at Budgoszcz and Vicinity, 1951-07-30
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Transformer Plant at Torun Most Likely Cover Up, 1951-07-30
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Bizarre Anecdotes of Working of Regime, 1951-07-30
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Ranks Communist Party Shrinking, 1951-07-30
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Obligatory Registration of Radio Sets, 1951-07-30
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Route and Purpose Four Ships Commuting between Bulgaria, Romania and USSR, 1951-07-30
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Location and Size of Prisoner and Forced labor Camps Bulgaria, 1951-07-30
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Butchers Controlled for Black Marketeering, 1951-07-30
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Nationalization of Carpet Merchants, 1951-07-30
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State Jewelry Shops up Expelled Persons Gold, 1951-07-30
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New Deportations from the Pecs Area, 1951-07-30
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Membership List Stolen at Liberec, 1951-07-30
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Increasing Sabotage around Liberec, 1951-07-30
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New Lists Prepared of White Collar Workers to be Transferred to Heavy Industry, 1951-07-30
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Several Arrested in Prague Airport for Planning to Escape West, 1951-07-30
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Rations of Czech Armed Forces to be Reduced, 1951-07-30
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Clandestine Radio Station near Melnik?, 1951-07-30
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Coal Production lagging in Rosice-Oslavany, 1951-07-30
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Communist Interests Clash, 1951-07-31
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Threat of Famine and Severe Food Shortage in Moldova, 1951-07-31
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Conditions at Leopoldov Slovakia, 1951-07-31
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Peoples Aviation, 1951-07-31
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Communist Personalities at Breznik, 1951-07-31
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Kolkhozes at Breznik, 1951-07-31
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Living Conditions in Sofia Prison, 1951-07-31
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Czech Jokes, 1951-07-31
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Methods of Persuasion to Join Kolkhoz, 1951-07-31
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Famine in Bulgaria Though Harvest Was Great, Due to Export Commodities to Russian Troops, 1951-07-31
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Wrong Way Pigeon, 1951-07-31
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Delegates to Poland Blame Each Other of Incapability, 1951-07-31
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Jankocova Falling in Disgrace?, 1951-07-31
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Wages of Miners in Kopisty U Mostu, 1951-07-31
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Miners Fighting for Shorter Working days, 1951-07-31
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Inmates-Informers in Horni Slavkov, 1951-07-31
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Information on Personnel in Prison in Horni Slavkov, 1951-07-31
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Warning - Dangerous Man in the Service of O. B. Z, 1951-07-31
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Czech Press Attache Gavora Did Not Return to Rome from CSR, 1951-07-31
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Employees of Czechoslovak Embassy in Rome Must Spend Their Holiday in Czechoslovakia, 1951-07-31
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Mindszenty Reported Transferred to Northern Hungary, 1951-07-31
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Son of Former Czech Envoy to Vienna Sentenced to Seven Years, 1951-07-31
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Cargo Train Derailed, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/560
Unsuccessful Attempt to Derail Train, 1951-07-31
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Hungarian Wine Growers Forced to Turn Barrels over to State, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/562
Mass Arrests Reported in Budapest Environs in Connection with Alleged Anti-State Conspiracy, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/563
Resistance Propaganda against Collectivization in Cluj, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/564
Communists Beaten Up in Ianca by Angry Mob of Peasants, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/565
Romanian Corn Shipped to USSR, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/566
Apprehension of Refugees at Czech German Border, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/567
Communists Responsible for Imprisonment of Farmers, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/568
Numbers of Prisoners in Bratislava Police Prison Reaches All Time High, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/569
Exhibition to Run down Yugoslavia Prepared in Brno, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/570
Slovak Grain Shipped to Russia?, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/571
Slandering Tactics to be Employed against Western Journalists, 1951-07-31
[3567/51]
300-1-2:2/572
Notorious Spy Resident at Bratislava, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/573
Demise of Cardinal Announced Later and Given Little Attention, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/574
Reorganization of Polish Merchant Shipping, 1951-07-31
[3570/51]
300-1-2:2/575
Soviet Inspection Tour of Infrastructure in Bulgaria and Albania, 1951-07-31
[3571/51]
300-1-2:2/576
Underground Movement Activities on Polish Coast, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/577
People with No Certificate of Work Expelled from Gdynia, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/578
New Strategy Aimed at Making Satellites Dependent on Russia, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/579
Training of Denunciators among Romanian Communist Youth, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/580
Famous Glove Factory at Abertan CSR Completely Ruined, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/581
Soviets Visiting CSR Industrial Plants, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/582
Soviet Geologists Test Oilfields in Slovakia, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/583
New Engineers' Dump in Slovakia, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/584
No More "Illegal Sale" of Fruit, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/585
Primitive Russian Aircraft Fighting "American Beetle", 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/586
Pen-Pal Propaganda Used by Polish Communist Regime, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/587
Methods of Censorship Aiming at Cutting Bonds with People Living Abroad, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/588
Pro-Tito Leaflets Distributed at Mikulov, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/589
Two Workers Arrested in Bratislava Factory for Giving Bread to Prisoner-Workers, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/590
Police and Armed Forces in Western Slovakia Alarmed for 28 and 29 July 1951, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/591
Slovak Officers to be Trained as Political Commissars in Russia, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/592
Construction of Housing for Communist Activists near Biala-Bielsko, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/593
Sacking of Personnel at Bielsko-Biala Textile and Steelworks, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/594
Films from the West Very Popular in Stettin, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/595
Organizations Abroad, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/596
Near Lugoj new Soviet Artillery and Tanks Deployed, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/597
Underground Soviet Airport near Borlova Village, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/598
State Kolkhozes Do Not Satisfy Production Needs, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/599
Wages in Agriculture, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/600
Unskilled Labor in Kolkhozes, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/601
Information on an Employee in Mine Svornost in Jachymov, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/602
Personnel in Mine Rovnost, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/603
Personnel in Mine Rovnost, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/604
Personnel in Mine Rovnost, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/605
Personnel and Militia Members in Mine Rovnost, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/606
Poor Conditions of Miners in Mine Rovnost, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/607
Situation in Communal Enterprise in Rotava U Kraslic, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/608
Personnel in the Communal Enterprise Rotava U Kraslic, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/609
Personnel in Glasswork Factory Podebradske sklarne, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/610
Conditions in Prisons and Camps, 1951-07-31
[3608/51]
300-1-2:2/611
Personnel in Working Camp Marianska, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/612
Confidants and Denunciators in Marianska, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/613
Conditions in Camp Marianska, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/614
Entire Villages Demolished to Serve Communist Plans, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/615
Meat Shortage in Bratislava, 1951-07-31
[3613/51]
300-1-2:2/616
Slovak Labor Brigades at Vitkovice, 1951-07-31
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300-1-2:2/617
New Security Chief for Slovakia, 1951-07-31
[3615/51]
300-1-2:2/618
Slovak Commissioner Under Police Surveillance, 1951-07-31
[3616/51]
300-1-2:2/619
Concentration of Czech Troops at the German-CSR Border, 1951-07-31
[3617/51]
300-1-2:2/620
Biographical Data on Political Prisoners at Margineni District of Prahova, 1951-08-01
[3618/51]
300-1-2:2/621
Nationalization of Infrastructure under Russian Supervision, 1951-08-01
[3619/51]
300-1-2:2/622
Polish Merchant Fleet Tailored to Soviet Needs, 1951-08-01
[3620/51]
300-1-2:2/623
Biographical Background of High Placed Prison Personnel, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/624
Student Programs and Pedagogy at the Sofia Gymnasium, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/625
Life Conditions at Breznik Concentration Camp, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/626
Concentration Camp for Women at Kruscevene, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/627
Biographical Data on Director of the Rural Economy Department at Sofia, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/628
Closedown of Alba Julia Church Due to Monarchistic Activities of Priest, 1951-08-01
[3627/51]
300-1-2:2/629
Construction of Nova Huta Steelworks, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/630
People Living near Borders need Permits to Cross them, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/631
Construction of Railroads and Airfields in Bulgaria, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/632
People's Opinion of the Refugees, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/633
Only Communist can lead Luxurious life, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/634
Arrest and Deportation of Monks and Nuns, 1951-08-01
[3634/51]
300-1-2:2/635
Italian Repatriates, 1951-08-01
[3635/51]
300-1-2:2/636
No Possibility for Young Polish Theology Students to Study in Rome, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/637
Polish Joke, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/638
Average Day of a "Volunteer" Slave Laborer, 1951-08-01
[3638/51]
300-1-2:2/639
Soviet Aimed Education Dominates Fostering of Romanian National Sentiments, 1951-08-01
[3639/51]
300-1-2:2/640
Listening Foreign Radio Stations, 1951-08-01
[3640/51]
300-1-2:2/641
Establishment of Soviet Office for Meat Distribution, 1951-08-01
[3641/51]
300-1-2:2/642
Communist Propaganda More Subtle Tactics, 1951-08-01
[3642/51]
300-1-2:2/643
Brutal Collectivization Tactics Employed in Romanian Countryside, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/644
Nagykanizsa Airfield, 1951-08-01
[3644/51]
300-1-2:2/645
Personnel in Cadre Department in Textile Industry, 1951-08-01
[3645/51]
300-1-2:2/646
Propagators of Communism in Ceskoslovenske textilne zavody, 1951-08-01
[3646/51]
300-1-2:2/647
Information on Sercurity Referent in Ceskoslovenske textilni zavody, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/648
A Joke, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/649
Various Items of Information on Forest Industry, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/650
A Calamity Threat, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/651
Increasing Alcoholism, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/652
Personnel in Kolkhoz in Kuznvart, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/653
Personnel in Kolkhoz in Kuznvart, 1951-08-01
[3653/51]
300-1-2:2/654
Personnel in Saw-Mill in Raci, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/655
Liquidation of Tanneries, 1951-08-01
[3655/51]
300-1-2:2/656
Turkish-Bulgarian Ethnic Tension, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/657
Names of Chiefs of Public Security Organization, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/658
Obstruction of Migration Turks, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/659
Conditions in the Shipbuilding Industry, 1951-08-01
[3659/51]
300-1-2:2/660
"Pflanzenschutz" in Baton, Kreis Pyrzyce, Woiw Stettin, 1951-08-01
[3660/51]
300-1-2:2/661
Murderer acquitted of crime, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/662
Conversion of Orthodox Yugoslav Churches into Soviet Army Barracks, 1951-08-01
[3662/51]
300-1-2:2/663
Leading Communists Force Turks to Surrender Property, 1951-08-01
[3663/51]
300-1-2:2/664
New Railroad Constructed at Stara Zagora, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/665
Gasoline Situation, 1951-08-01
[3665/51]
300-1-2:2/666
Potato Beetle Causes Great Problems for Potato Harvest, 1951-08-01
[3666/51]
300-1-2:2/667
Auslandische Arbeitskraefte, 1951-08-01
[3667/51]
300-1-2:2/668
Lost IDs Causing Great Difficulties for Their Owners, 1951-08-01
[3668/51]
300-1-2:2/669
Low Quality of Czechoslovak Tractors, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/670
Hard Work of a Tractor Driver, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/671
"Peace Actions", 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/672
Anti-Communist Pribramsko, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/673
Personnel in Mine in Pribram, 1951-08-01
[3673/51]
300-1-2:2/674
Low Quality of Guns and Machines Used by the Army, 1951-08-01
[3674/51]
300-1-2:2/675
Soldiers in Rokycany Complaining about Food, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/676
Restrictions Applied against Soldiers in Rokycany, 1951-08-01
[3676/51]
300-1-2:2/677
Clashes between Soldiers and Officers, 1951-08-01
[3677/51]
300-1-2:2/678
Soviet Generals Inspecting A Troop in Rokycany, 1951-08-01
[3678/51]
300-1-2:2/679
Too Many Officers in Pribram, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/680
Disclosing of Political Controller of Village, 1951-08-01
[3680/51]
300-1-2:2/681
Peasants Attempt to Leave Kolkhoz, Not Allowed, 1951-08-01
[3681/51]
300-1-2:2/682
Closing of All Private Workshops and Small Artisans with Some Exceptions, 1951-08-01
[3682/51]
300-1-2:2/683
Court-martialed Sailors in Gdynia, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/684
Concentration Camp at Belene, 1951-08-01
[3684/51]
300-1-2:2/685
Cruel Communist in General Kiselevo, 1951-08-01
[3685/51]
300-1-2:2/686
Arrest of Kulak in General Kiselevo, 1951-08-01
[3686/51]
300-1-2:2/687
Cruel Communist in Zvinets Stalinsko, 1951-08-01
[3687/51]
300-1-2:2/688
Anti-Turkey Propaganda Made for Bulgarian Turks, 1951-08-01
[3688/51]
300-1-2:2/689
Transport of Soviet Tank and Artillery by Rail in Bulgaria, 1951-08-01
[3689/51]
300-1-2:2/690
Plans for Stockpiling, 1951-08-01
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300-1-2:2/691
Falsification of Work Norms by Communist Accountants in Gdansk, 1951-08-01
[3691/51]
300-1-2:2/692
Mosque Converted to Warehouse to Prevent Worship of God, 1951-08-01
[3692/51]
300-1-2:2/693
Non-Communist Persecutor Active on Polish Ocean Lines, 1951-08-01
[3693/51]
300-1-2:2/694
Polish Propaganda in Favor of Soviet Union, 1951-08-01
[3694/51]
300-1-2:2/695
Cruel Behavior UB Personnel in Gdynia, 1951-08-01
[3695/51]
300-1-2:2/696
Soviets Complete Takeover Industrial Area Silesia, 1951-08-01
[3696/51]
300-1-2:2/697
Chinese Laborers in Uranium Mines in Lower Silesia, 1951-08-01
[3697/51]
300-1-2:2/698
Regular Transfer of Polish and Russian Units in Navy and Air Force, 1951-08-01
[3698/51]
300-1-2:2/699
Navy Vessels in Swinoujscie, 1951-08-01
[3699/51]
300-1-2:2/700
Sailors Hate Regime Due to Insufficient Wage, 1951-08-01
[3700/51]
300-1-2:2/701
Life and Communist Organization on MS Kopernik, 1951-08-01
[3701/51]
300-1-2:2/702
Reserves Suddenly Called Up for Military Service, 1951-08-01
[3702/51]
300-1-2:2/703
Persecution of Mrs. Vrbova, 1951-08-01
[3703/51]
300-1-2:2/704
Victims of Communist Purges, 1951-08-01
[3704/51]
300-1-2:2/705
Armed People in Central Slovakia Hiding in the Mountains, 1951-08-01
[3705/51]
300-1-2:2/706
Inhabitants of Towns Moved to Villages, 1951-08-02
[3706/51]
300-1-2:2/707
Moral Figure of Communist Chiefs, 1951-08-01
[3707/51]
300-1-2:2/708
Spying of Polish Embassy Employees in Rome, 1951-08-01
[3708/51]
300-1-2:2/709
Background of the Liquidation of the Greek-Catholic Church, 1951-08-01
[3709/51]
300-1-2:2/710
Fortifications at Kolarovgrad, 1951-08-01
[3710/51]
300-1-2:2/711
Intelligence Activities of Polish Embassy Rome Based on Vatican Reports, 1951-08-01
[3711/51]
300-1-2:2/712
Former Minister Dies in Prison - His Wife Not allowed to Visit His Grave, 1951-08-01
[3712/51]
300-1-2:2/713
Priests Executed in Prison without Being Sentenced, 1951-08-01
[3713/51]
300-1-2:2/714
Purges among Personnel, 1951-08-01
[3714/51]
300-1-2:2/715
New Agents of STB to Prevent Titoist Elements in the Party, 1951-08-01
[3715/51]
300-1-2:2/716
Organization to Enlistment Young Women into Brigades, 1951-08-02
[3716/51]
300-1-2:2/717
Biographical Data for Leading Communists in Galati, 1951-08-02
[3717/51]
300-1-2:2/718
Many Arrests in Small Bulgarian Villages, 1951-08-02
[3718/51]
300-1-2:2/719
Conditions of Inmates in Bory Prison, 1951-08-02
[3719/51]
300-1-2:2/720
Conditions of Inmates in Bory, 1951-08-02
[3720/51]
300-1-2:2/721
Personnel in Bory, 1951-08-02
[3721/51]
300-1-2:2/722
Biographical Information on the Mayor of Vidin, 1951-08-02
[3722/51]
300-1-2:2/723
Biographical Information on Bodyguard of Dimitrov Georghi, 1951-08-02
[3723/51]
300-1-2:2/724
Construction of Train Tracks near Greek and Yugoslav Borders, 1951-08-02
[3724/51]
300-1-2:2/725
Biographical Information of Public Security Organizations Leaders, 1951-08-02
[3725/51]
300-1-2:2/726
Communist Resistance in Beronovo Village, 1951-08-02
[3726/51]
300-1-2:2/727
Disruption of Service of Church at Braila by Young Communists, 1951-08-02
[3727/51]
300-1-2:2/728
Rumor of Device Created by Romanian Secret Service to Monitor Radio Reception of Western Broadcasts, 1951-08-02
[3728/51]
300-1-2:2/729
Export of Sewing Machines to USSR, 1951-08-02
[3729/51]
300-1-2:2/730
Destruction of Mass-Graves Dating from 1947 and 1948 along Romanian-Hungarian Border and Elsewhere, 1951-08-02
[3730/51]
300-1-2:2/731
Forbidden Service Church Brailia on 20 July 1951, 1951-08-02
[3731/51]
300-1-2:2/732
Very Poor Living Conditions in Kindergarten at Orasul Stalin, 1951-08-02
[3732/51]
300-1-2:2/733
Poor Morale Vast Majority of Mobilized Soldiers, 1951-08-02
[3733/51]
300-1-2:2/734
Construction of Fortifications at Yunets and along Black Sea Coast, 1951-08-02
[3734/51]
300-1-2:2/735
International Trade Network by Sea of Poland, China, and Albania, 1951-08-02
[3735/51]
300-1-2:2/736
Bulgarian Peasants Refuse to Work on Kolkhoz and Flee to Yugoslavia, 1951-08-02
[3736/51]
300-1-2:2/737
Butchers' Shops Better Stocked on Fridays, 1951-08-02
[3737/51]
300-1-2:2/738
Concentration of Troops Signify Likely Preparation of War with Neighboring Countries, 1951-08-02
[3738/51]
300-1-2:2/739
Transport of Food from Bulgaria to Russia Via Varna, 1951-08-02
[3739/51]
300-1-2:2/740
Enforced Membership of Communist Party Alternative is Arrest, 1951-08-02
[3740/51]
300-1-2:2/741
Discontent among Villagers Because They Don’t Own Anything, 1951-08-02
[3741/51]
300-1-2:2/742
Personnel in Bory, 1951-08-02
[3743/51]
300-1-2:2/743
Personnel and Working Conditions in Bory, 1951-08-02
[3744/51]
300-1-2:2/744
Italian - Czechoslovak Trade, 1951-08-02
[3745/51]
300-1-2:2/745
Information on Dr. Polansky, 1951-08-02
[3746/51]
300-1-2:2/746
What Happened to Antonin Novak?, 1951-08-02
[3747/51]
300-1-2:2/747
Prudky Versus Slavik, 1951-08-02
[3748/51]
300-1-2:2/748
Polish Economy Strictly Checked by Russian Soviets, 1951-08-02
[3749/51]
300-1-2:2/749
Phony Partisans Provoke Romanian Peasants, 1951-08-02
[3750/51]
300-1-2:2/750
Biographical Data on Communists Varna, 1951-08-03
[3751/51]
300-1-2:2/751
Construction of Tannin Extract Factory at Village Gavana, 1951-08-02
[3752/51]
300-1-2:2/752
Romanian Women Whose Husbands Are off to Forced Schooling Stay Pregnant with Soviet Soldiers, 1951-08-02
[3753/51]
300-1-2:2/753
List of Collaborators Who Cooperated with Communist Regime Romania, 1951-08-02
[3754/51]
300-1-2:2/754
Possible Expulsion of Severin Region Inhabitants, 1951-07-02
[3755/51]
300-1-2:2/755
Shortage of Meat and Fish in Restaurants, 1951-08-02
[3756/51]
300-1-2:2/756
Model Farm at Florica Employed 2000 Greek Refugees, 1951-08-02
[3757/51]
300-1-2:2/757
Mass Deportations of Non-Communists from Bucharest to Forced Labor Camps, 1951-08-02
[3758/51]
300-1-2:2/758
Proclamation of Anti-Communist Resistance Groups, 1951-08-02
[3760/51]
300-1-2:2/759
Tight Security Measures along Ipel River, 1951-08-02
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300-1-2:2/760
Two River Boats Handed over to Czechs to Patrol Danube, 1951-08-02
[3762/51]
300-1-2:2/761
Korean Film Festival Delegate Causes Amusement, 1951-08-02
[3763/51]
300-1-2:2/762
Peasants Arrested for Helping Deportees, 1951-08-02
[3766/51]
300-1-2:2/763
Names, Locations and Number of Inmates of Important Prisons and Camps, 1951-08-02
[3769/51]
300-1-2:2/764
Shortage Chemicals in Romanian Textile Industry, 1951-08-02
[3770/51]
300-1-2:2/765
Skirmishes Anti-Communist Groups around Banat and Romanian Secret Services, 1951-08-02
[3771/51]
300-1-2:2/766
Tourism in Romania Very Low, 1951-08-02
[3772/51]
300-1-2:2/767
Fate of Germans in CSR, 1951-08-02
[3773/51]
300-1-2:2/768
Shortage of Pork, 1951-08-02
[3774/51]
300-1-2:2/769
STB Confidants and Denunciators in Forest Industry in Karlova Huta, 1951-08-02
[3775/51]
300-1-2:2/770
Personnel in Kolkhoz in Sumvald at Moravia, 1951-08-02
[3776/51]
300-1-2:2/771
Russian-Run Stores Favored Because Larger Selection of Goods are Offered, 1951-08-02
[3777/51]
300-1-2:2/772
Plojhar's Speech not Liked by Propaganda Ministry, 1951-08-02
[3778/51]
300-1-2:2/773
Banquet Given on Anniversary of Slansky's Birthday, 1951-08-02
[3779/51]
300-1-2:2/774
Escaped Leopoldov Prisoner Caught at Smolenice, 1951-08-02
[3781/51]
300-1-2:2/775
Railway Employees Suspected of Smuggling Refugees, 1951-08-02
[3782/51]
300-1-2:2/776
CTK to Be Purged?, 1951-08-02
[3783/51]
300-1-2:2/777
Two Ex Ministers Ill at Leopoldov, 1951-08-02
[3784/51]
300-1-2:2/778
Various Items of Information on Company Harmonika in Kraslice, 1951-08-02
[3785/51]
300-1-2:2/779
Personnel in Harmonika Company in Kraslice, 1951-08-02
[3786/51]
300-1-2:2/780
Personnel in Harmonika Company in Kraslice, 1951-08-02
[3787/51]
300-1-2:2/781
Various Items of Information on Anna Mine in Pribram, 1951-08-03
[3788/51]
300-1-2:2/782
Various Items of Information on the Mental Department in Prague, 1951-08-03
[3789/51]
300-1-2:2/783
New Director of Post, 1951-08-03
[3790/51]
300-1-2:2/784
Agent in Post and Telecommunications, 1951-08-03
[3791/51]
300-1-2:2/785
Children of Czechoslovak Political Refugees Went to Sweden, 1951-08-02
[3792/51]
300-1-2:2/786
New Boss in "U dvou kocek", 1951-08-02
[3793/51]
300-1-2:2/787
Building of a New Highway for Military Purposes, 1951-08-02
[3794/51]
300-1-2:2/788
Russian Officers in Susica in Sumava, 1951-08-03
[3795/51]
300-1-2:2/789
Military Importance of Rozmberk, 1951-08-03
[3796/51]
300-1-2:2/790
Barricades near Borders, 1951-08-03
[3797/51]
300-1-2:2/791
Building of Water Dam near Rozmberk, 1951-08-03
[3798/51]
300-1-2:2/792
Political Prisoners Used for Agricultural Labor in Dunajska Streda, 1951-08-02
[3801/51]
300-1-2:2/793
Production of Military Outfits at Factory "March 6", 1951-08-03
[3803/51]
300-1-2:2/794
Shortage in Razor Blades, 1951-08-03
[3804/51]
300-1-2:2/795
Wave of Arrests in the Provinces, 1951-08-03
[3805/51]
300-1-2:2/796
Hampered Growth of Polish Collective Farms in Summer, 1951-08-03
[3806/51]
300-1-2:2/797
Polish Construction of Soviet Ships Does Not Meet Expectations, 1951-08-03
[3807/51]
300-1-2:2/798
Great Growth of Gdynia Far East Shipping Line in 1951, 1951-08-03
[3808/51]
300-1-2:2/799
Some 3000 Jews Deported from Budapest, 1951-08-03
[3811/51]
300-1-2:2/800
Mass Deportations in Romania Continue with No End in Sight, 1951-08-03
[3812/51]
300-1-2:2/801
Control of Harvesting by Flying Groups, 1951-08-03
[3813/51]
300-1-2:2/802
Re-Emigrants Ill-Fate, 1951-08-03
[3814/51]
300-1-2:2/803
How Expenses of New Police Uniforms Were Covered, 1951-08-03
[3815/51]
300-1-2:2/804
Evening Civilian Defense Courses Become a Must, 1951-08-03
[3816/51]
300-1-2:2/805
Guards Increased along Slovak-Russian Border to Prevent Ukrainians Fleeing West, 1951-08-03
[3817/51]
300-1-2:2/806
Employees of Collective Farms near Austrian Border Compelled to Wear White Clothes to Increase Visibility in case of Escape, 1951-08-03
[3818/51]
300-1-2:2/807
New Labor Camp near Slany?, 1951-08-03
[3819/51]
300-1-2:2/808
Rumors about Expelling of Germans after Harvest, 1951-08-03
[3820/51]
300-1-2:2/809
New Labor Camp Built in Dolni Litvinov, 1951-08-03
[3821/51]
300-1-2:2/810
Drive to Cut down Extra Food Coupons Successful, 1951-08-06
[3822/51]
300-1-2:2/811
Workers Demanding 48 Hours Week, Classified "Enemies of Socialism", 1951-08-03
[3823/51]
300-1-2:2/812
More Details about Deportees from Budapest, 1951-08-03
[3824/51]
300-1-2:2/813
Wheat Policy of Romanian State Highly Ineffective, 1951-08-03
[3826/51]
300-1-2:2/814
Location of Concentration Camps, 1951-08-03
[3828/51]
300-1-2:2/815
Chief Kolkhoz in Stralca Arrested, 1951-08-03
[3829/51]
300-1-2:2/816
Bombing of Cloister Church at Curtea De Arges, 1951-08-03
[3830/51]
300-1-2:2/817
Intensive Preparations near Ruse for Possible War, 1951-08-03
[3831/51]
300-1-2:2/818
Three Categories of People Being Stigmatized and Expropriated, 1951-08-03
[3832/51]
300-1-2:2/819
Real Labor Conditions Do Not Live Up to Promised Conditions, 1951-08-03
[3833/51]
300-1-2:2/820
Truck Factory at Ploesti-Targoviste Highway, 1951-08-03
[3834/51]
300-1-2:2/821
Prisons for Political "Enemies", 1951-08-03
[3835/51]
300-1-2:2/822
The Prison in Vornicul Margineni, 1951-08-03
[3836/51]
300-1-2:2/823
Soviet Occupied East Prussia, 1951-08-03
[3838/51]
300-1-2:2/824
Increased Partisan Activities near Alba Julia and Teius, 1951-08-03
[3839/51]
300-1-2:2/825
Diet of Prisoners in Margineni Prison, 1951-08-03
[3840/51]
300-1-2:2/826
Former Mija Factory Now Produces Agricultural Machinery, 1951-08-03
[3841/51]
300-1-2:2/827
Information on Personnel of Margineni Prison, 1951-08-03
[3842/51]
300-1-2:2/828
Planner of Hungarian Deportees Now Active in Bratislava, 1951-08-03
[3843/51]
300-1-2:2/829
Few People Volunteer to Fight in Korean War, 1951-08-03
[3844/51]
300-1-2:2/830
New Prison Camp in Gorno-Schlaski Poorly Equipped, 1951-08-03
[3845/51]
300-1-2:2/831
Officials at the Ministry of Finance in Bratislava, 1951-08-03
[3846/51]
300-1-2:2/832
Shortage of Gas in Bratislava, 1951-08-03
[3847/51]
300-1-2:2/833
A Special Secret Telephone Line, 1951-08-03
[3848/51]
300-1-2:2/834
One Out of Three Guerilla Fighters Killed in Ambush in Zavrot Village, 1951-08-03
[3849/51]
300-1-2:2/835
Information on Masillar Camp, 1951-08-03
[3850/51]
300-1-2:2/836
Kurrat Police Commissar Discourages Emigrants, 1951-08-03
[3851/51]
300-1-2:2/837
Secretary of Municipality Rjitsa Village, 1951-08-03
[3852/51]
300-1-2:2/838
Ten Priests Arrested in Plovdiv, 1951-08-03
[3853/51]
300-1-2:2/839
Biographical Data on Rjitsa Village Communists, 1951-08-03
[3854/51]
300-1-2:2/840
Concentration Camp Kara Bayir, 1951-08-03
[3855/51]
300-1-2:2/841
Listening to Foreign Radio Outlawed, 1951-08-03
[3856/51]
300-1-2:2/842
Names of Cruel Communists from Nadarlar Village, 1951-08-03
[3857/51]
300-1-2:2/843
Anti-Turkish Propaganda Practiced in Bulgaria, 1951-08-03
[3858/51]
300-1-2:2/844
Names of Prominent Communists, 1951-08-03
[3859/51]
300-1-2:2/845
Arrest of 700 People from Kolarovgrad District, 1951-08-03
[3860/51]
300-1-2:2/846
Forced Joining of Cooperatives, 1951-08-03
[3861/51]
300-1-2:2/847
Names of Prominent Communists in Kubrat, 1951-08-03
[3862/51]
300-1-2:2/848
Names of Prominent Communists at Goroichevo Kolkhoz, 1951-08-03
[3863/51]
300-1-2:2/849
Churches Exist in Bulgaria but People Afraid to Attend, 1951-08-03
[3864/51]
300-1-2:2/850
Increase of Banishments and Arrests, 1951-08-03
[3865/51]
300-1-2:2/851
Names of Prominent Communists of Plovdiv, 1951-08-03
[3866/51]
300-1-2:2/852
Communist Propaganda against Turkey Strong, 1951-08-03
[3868/51]
300-1-2:2/853
Cruelest Communists in Zvanets, 1951-08-03
[3869/51]
300-1-2:2/854
Partisan Activity, 1951-08-03
[3870/51]
300-1-2:2/855
Personalities at The Penal Military Court in Budapest, 1951-08-03
[3871/51]
300-1-2:2/856
Five Year Plan Prisoners in Margineni Camp Not Taken Seriously, 1951-08-03
[3872/51]
300-1-2:2/857
Composition of Army Units in Vicinity of Medgidia, 1951-08-03
[3873/51]
300-1-2:2/858
Deportation of Emigrant Families, 1951-08-03
[3874/51]
300-1-2:2/859
East German Political Prisoners to Work in CSR Uranium Mines, 1951-08-03
[3877/51]
300-1-2:2/860
Communist Funeral at Sopron, 1951-08-03
[3879/51]
300-1-2:2/861
Events and Personnel in Gas Factory in Bratislava, 1951-08-03
[3880/51]
300-1-2:2/862
Kolkhoz at Hradecna U Nicova at Moravia Lagging behind in Production, 1951-08-03
[3881/51]
300-1-2:2/863
Communists in Hradecna U Nicova, 1951-08-03
[3882/51]
300-1-2:2/864
Industrial Plans at Hradecna U Nicova, 1951-08-03
[3883/51]
300-1-2:2/865
Industrial Plans at Unicovo, 1951-08-03
[3884/51]
300-1-2:2/866
Skoda Factory at Unicovo in Moravia, 1951-08-03
[3885/51]
300-1-2:2/867
Voluntary Farm-Hands Deceived, 1951-08-03
[3886/51]
300-1-2:2/868
Background of Slansky Rudolf, 1951-08-03
[3888/51]
300-1-2:2/869
Dealers in Pornography Joins "Lidove Noviny" Editorial Staff, 1951-08-03
[3891/51]
300-1-2:2/870
Death of Calvinist Bishop Makkai Sandor, 1951-08-03
[3892/51]
300-1-2:2/871
Miserable Failure of Soviet Cropping Machine at Sopron, 1951-08-03
[3893/51]
300-1-2:2/872
Indictment of Polish Army Elite in Show Trials, 1951-08-03
[3894/51]
300-1-2:2/873
Sad Lot of Prisoner of War, 1951-08-03
[3895/51]
300-1-2:2/874
Working People Voice Dissatisfaction, 1951-08-03
[3896/51]
300-1-2:2/875
Polish Workers Now Inhabit Living Quarters Formerly Belonging to Germans, 1951-08-03
[3897/51]
300-1-2:2/876
Namen von Kommunisten Aus Nysa (Neisse), 1951-08-03
[3898/51]
300-1-2:2/877
Paper and Other Industries in Poland Produce Subpar Quality Products, Imports Necessary, 1951-08-03
[3899/51]
300-1-2:2/878
Fire Brigades Underpaid, 1951-08-03
[3900/51]
300-1-2:2/879
Hated Personalities in Dubi Coal Mine: Dubi Labor Camp, 1951-07-03
[3901/51]
300-1-2:2/880
Armed Civilians Protect Harvest against Sabotage at Blovice, 1951-08-03
[3902/51]
300-1-2:2/881
Personalities and Conditions at Foundry of Sopron Iron Works, 1951-08-03
[3903/51]
300-1-2:2/882
Wages of Employees at Czechkoslovakian Post, 1951-08-03
[3906/51]
300-1-2:2/883
Male Post Employees to Be Transferred to Heavy Industry, 1951-08-03
[3907/51]
300-1-2:2/884
Harassing The Wife of a Man Who Escaped from Prison, 1951-08-03
[3908/51]
300-1-2:2/885
Kolkhoz Practices at Hradecne U Nicova, 1951-08-03
[3909/51]
300-1-2:2/886
Tractors, 1951-08-03
[3910/51]
300-1-2:2/887
No Water in Bratislava Due to Sabotage, 1951-08-03
[3911/51]
300-1-2:2/888
Male Administrative Employees Moved to Heavy Industry, 1951-08-04
[3912/51]
300-1-2:2/889
Shortage of Machines, 1951-08-04
[3913/51]
300-1-2:2/890
"Open Doors" Action, 1951-08-03
[3914/51]
300-1-2:2/891
Sokol Members in Olomouc Forced to Help Out with Harvest, 1951-08-03
[3915/51]
300-1-2:2/892
Great Shortage of Lumber Hampers Hungarian Furniture Industry, 1951-08-03
[3916/51]
300-1-2:2/893
Prices of Clothing in Sopron, 1951-08-04
[3917/51]
300-1-2:2/894
Director of Popular Bath at Ujpest, 1951-08-03
[3918/51]
300-1-2:2/895
Crucifixes Replaced by Stalin Pictures in Budapest Hospitals, 1951-08-04
[3919/51]
300-1-2:2/896
Significant Presnet, 1951-08-04
[3920/51]
300-1-2:2/897
Politische Schulung von Angestellten und Arbeitern, 1951-08-04
[3921/51]
300-1-2:2/898
Start of Special Courses Training of Satellite State Army Staff Officers in Moscow, 1951-08-04
[3923/51]
300-1-2:2/899
Construction Large Soviet Airfield at Altengrabow, 1951-08-04
[3924/51]
300-1-2:2/900
Shortage of Food, Clothing and Medicine Trouble Lives Inhabitants, 1951-08-04
[3925/51]
300-1-2:2/901
Russian Exploitation of Polish Industry, 1951-08-04
[3926/51]
300-1-2:2/902
Priest Arrested in Zopot, 1951-08-04
[3927/51]
300-1-2:2/903
Police Chiefs Responsible for Deportations, 1951-08-04
[3928/51]
300-1-2:2/904
Unfair Treatment of Workers in Paper factory in Glucholazy, 1951-08-04
[3930/51]
300-1-2:2/905
Activities in Ikarusz Factory, 1951-08-04
[3931/51]
300-1-2:2/906
Suicides Multiply among People Receiving Immediate Deportation Orders, 1951-08-04
[3932/51]
300-1-2:2/907
Travelers to Western Border Zones Must Give Up Their Identity Documents, 1951-08-04
[3933/51]
300-1-2:2/908
Dangerous Communists in the Railroad Administration Kaposvar, 1951-08-04
[3934/51]
300-1-2:2/909
Printers to Be Made Responsible for Illegal Work in Printers Shops, 1951-08-04
[3935/51]
300-1-2:2/910
Secret Soviet Agents Investigate Sabotage in Blansko, 1951-08-04
[3936/51]
300-1-2:2/911
Farmers Publicly Blamed for Non-Delivery of Meat, 1951-08-06
[3937/51]
300-1-2:2/912
Guards Strengthened in Front of Interior and Foreign Ministries in Prague, 1951-08-04
[3938/51]
300-1-2:2/913
State Farm in Sopron, 1951-08-04
[3939/51]
300-1-2:2/914
Food Prices at Sopron Black Market, 1951-08-06
[3940/51]
300-1-2:2/915
Conditions in the Commercial High School of Sopron, 1951-08-06
[3941/51]
300-1-2:2/916
Conditions in Communal Enterprise in Vimperk, 1951-08-04
[3942/51]
300-1-2:2/917
Conditions at the Middle School of Orsolya Square in Sopron, 1951-08-04
[3943/51]
300-1-2:2/918
Communist Personalities in Vimperk, 1951-08-04
[3944/51]
300-1-2:2/919
Dangerous Informers in Vimperk, 1951-08-04
[3945/51]
300-1-2:2/920
Communist Personalities in Vimperk, 1951-08-04
[3946/51]
300-1-2:2/921
New Development in Chocolate Production, 1951-08-04
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