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HU OSA 300-85-40 Unpublished Samizdat By Group
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Unpublished Samizdat By Group
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Date(s)
1977 - 1991
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5 Archival boxes, 0.62 linear meters
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Samizdat Archives
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Archival history
Theseis files were created during the period when the political enthusiasm and the will to build a new life that many people in the Soviet Union experienced at that time found its manifestation in in the formation of numerous groups being built all around over the country. At RFE/RL this process attracted a lot great deal of attention, because it as a signified the of awakening of the society. It This explains why the Samizdat unit came to up with the idea of organizing these files, thatwhich were to serve as a compass to theof public life in the USSR.
Content and structure
Scope and content (abstract)
These files contain Samizdat documents classified by according to the group to which they belong. The majority of them referring to the end of the 80s and the very beginning of the 90s (though several documents belong to the pre-Perestroika period). Usually the name of the group gives provides the title to of theeach folder. (There are couple oftwo folders named by geographic areas: Pribaltika: narodnye fronty; Cheliabinsk: gruppy.) The series also includes several folders with containing unsorted Samzidat documents. Probably the personwhoever was working on this series had kept it them at at hand in order to select some of them for inclusion into the series. They are placed at the end of the list, with the title Nerazobrannyi material (Miscellaneous). Among The documents in the files contain are include the programs and regulations of different groups, their declarations and leaflets, and materials frofm conferences and meetings. There is a pParticularly rich file intensive is file on “Nevada- - Semipapatinsk": (thisa movement which was initiated by Kazakh intellectuals, led by with Olzhas Suleimenov, as a leader to for banning of nuclear tests oin the territory of Kazakhstan territory; at that time theis initiative received a wide public support).
Content and structure
Accruals
Not Expected
Conditions of access and use
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Not Restricted
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing reproduction
Third party rights are to be cleared.
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Archivist's note
Revises by Anastasia Felcher in 2021
HU OSA 300-85-40 Unpublished Samizdat By Group
BookIconSeries Description
Context
Hierarchy
Statistics
Folders / Items
Identity Statement
Title
Unpublished Samizdat By Group
Identity Statement
Date(s)
1977 - 1991
Identity Statement
Description Level
Series
Identity Statement
Extent and medium (processed)
5 Archival boxes, 0.62 linear meters
Context
Name of creator(s)
Samizdat Archives
Context
Archival history
Theseis files were created during the period when the political enthusiasm and the will to build a new life that many people in the Soviet Union experienced at that time found its manifestation in in the formation of numerous groups being built all around over the country. At RFE/RL this process attracted a lot great deal of attention, because it as a signified the of awakening of the society. It This explains why the Samizdat unit came to up with the idea of organizing these files, thatwhich were to serve as a compass to theof public life in the USSR.
Content and structure
Scope and content (abstract)
These files contain Samizdat documents classified by according to the group to which they belong. The majority of them referring to the end of the 80s and the very beginning of the 90s (though several documents belong to the pre-Perestroika period). Usually the name of the group gives provides the title to of theeach folder. (There are couple oftwo folders named by geographic areas: Pribaltika: narodnye fronty; Cheliabinsk: gruppy.) The series also includes several folders with containing unsorted Samzidat documents. Probably the personwhoever was working on this series had kept it them at at hand in order to select some of them for inclusion into the series. They are placed at the end of the list, with the title Nerazobrannyi material (Miscellaneous). Among The documents in the files contain are include the programs and regulations of different groups, their declarations and leaflets, and materials frofm conferences and meetings. There is a pParticularly rich file intensive is file on “Nevada- - Semipapatinsk": (thisa movement which was initiated by Kazakh intellectuals, led by with Olzhas Suleimenov, as a leader to for banning of nuclear tests oin the territory of Kazakhstan territory; at that time theis initiative received a wide public support).
Content and structure
Accruals
Not Expected
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing access
Not Restricted
Conditions of access and use
Conditions governing reproduction
Third party rights are to be cleared.
Description Control
Archivist's note
Revises by Anastasia Felcher in 2021