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Wednesday, April 19th, 2006

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Eulogies for Andrei Amalrik, predicted collapse of USSR in 1984
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Andrei Amalrik, emigre, is dead; predicted Soviet breakup by '84

United Press International

Andrei Amalrik, Soviet dissenter

Soviet police on Sept 13 arrest dissident writer Andrei Amalrik



Andrei Amalrik, emigre, is dead; predicted Soviet breakup by '84


November 13, 1980, Thursday

Section B; Page 12, Column 2; Foreign Desk

MADRID, Nov. 12
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United Press International

November 12, 1980, Wednesday, PM cycle
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New York Times

September 14, 1975, Sunday

Christopher S. Wren
Soviet police on Sept 13 arrest dissident writer Andrei Amalrik. Police capt informed wife, Gyusel Amalrik, that husband was arrested because he did not have permission to live in Moscow. If found guilty of illegal residence, Amalrik could face fine or up to 1 yr in prison for violation of Soviet passport regulations. Amalrik is best known for his book Will the USSR Survive Until 1984? in which he predicted all-out Soviet-Chinese war within next decade. Had returned earlier in '75 from 5 yrs' imprisonment and exile in Far East on charges stemming from his writings. Told correspondents in July that authorities had ordered him to leave Moscow but that he and wife intended to remain in their apt there. Amalrik por

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