- Chris Would you be able the share your document with us? The original Russian text of the criminal code of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic isMessage 1 of 7 , Apr 7, 2013View SourceChrisWould you be able the share your document with us?The original Russian text of the criminal code of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic is at http://www.cyberussr.com/rus/uk58-r.htmland as you can see Article 58 only had 14 sections.If it was meant to be 58-3, it would be titled "pomoshchniki vraga" or in Polish "pomocnicy wroga" or "helpers of the enemy".58-3. Snosheniya v kontrrevolyucionnyx celyax s inostrannym gosdarstvom ili otdel'nymi ego predstavitelyami, a ravno sposobstvovanie kakim by to ni bylo sposobom inostrannomu gosudarstvu, naxodyashchemusya s Soyuzom SSR v sostoyanii vojny ili vedushchemu s nim bor'bu putem intervencii ili blokady, vlekut za soboj--58-3. Dealings for counterrevolutionary purposes with a foreign state or its individual representatives, and likewise aiding by whatever means a foreign state, engaged in war with the USSR, or conducting against the USSR a struggle by means of intervention or blockade, shall be punishable by--
- measures of social defense, indicated in article 58-2 of this code. [6 July 1927 (SU No 49, art 333)]
Best regardsStefan WisniowskiSydney Australia
- 58-2 ... the supreme measure of social defense - shooting, or proclamation as an enemy of the workers, with confiscation of property and with deprivation of citizenship of the union republic, and likewise of citizenship of the Soviet Union and perpetual expulsion beyond the borders of the USSR, with the allowance under extenuating circumstances of reduction to deprivation of liberty for a term of no less than three years, with confiscation of all or part of one's property [6 Jun 1927 (SU No 49, art 330)].
On 05/04/2013, at 14:50, Chris W <wroblew705@...> wrote:Like the subject line says does anyone know or have information as to what crime(s) are related to article 58-30-a?An online search lists 58-1 through 58-14 but nothing more. Would anyone have a copy of The Gulag Archipelagofrom which this list came from?
Chris ... Calgary