KGB about arrests of members of an anti-Soviet youth organization in Sverdlovsk (2 pp). [R 12 June 1970, 1610-A] Excerpt.
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USSR Committee for State Security [KGB]
of the USSR Council of Ministers
12 June 1970
To the CPSU Central Committee
The KGB for the Sverdlovsk Region  has uncovered an illegal youth group calling itself the “Party of Free Russia” or the “Revolutionary Workers’ Party”. […]
Using a typewriter the members of this group produced in two sessions about 700 leaflets, titled “A note to the Soviet government from the Working Youth of the USSR” and “Minus a Future, Plus the Past = Contemporary Socialism”. On 7 November 1969 [anniversary of the October Revolution] a considerable proportion of these leaflets were thrown from the viaduct over Cosmonauts Avenue in Sverdlovsk on the column of workers from the Electric Train Repair Factory and a group of demonstrators from the polytechnic and law institutes.
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For your information
Chairman of the State Security Committee
 Today renamed Yekaterinburg, this major industrial centre in the Urals is far from any border and in Soviet times was closed to foreigners.
1. Notes and additions by translator and editor are bracketed, thus [ ];
2. Text added by hand is indicated in italic script;
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Translation, John Crowfoot