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1. The certificate of the LSSR KGB about the inspection of conspiratorial apartments owned by the 2nd and the 5th divisions.

This document refers about the conspiratorial apartments owned by the department: who curates them, what is their condition, the state of their restriction, etc.
Date: 1955-12-15
Country: Lithuania
Archive signature: LYA, F. K-16, ap. 1, b. 77, l. 68-72
Uploaded: 2022-05-12

2. A confidential overview of West Germany, based on the reports of the agents who worked there, written by Colonel Zeniakin, head of the First department of the Lithuanian KGB under the Council of Ministers, on 19 November 1955.

The aim of the overview was to help agents who were trained to work abroad. It contained recommendations for future agents on how to act in West Germany, how to transport information in “special containers”, and other issues.
Date: 1955-11-19
Country: Lithuania
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3. The functions of the Seventh Department of the KGB of the LSSR. // The 11 November 1959 paper written by Colonel P. Belikov, head of the Seventh KGB Department of the LSSR.

The Seventh Department consisted of two branches, which were engaged in surveillance and identification of people whom the KGB was investigating. They helped to locate their places of residence, and also shadowed foreigners on their arrival in Lithuania. They also guarded heads of government and the party. To this end, a group of eight operative agents was formed. The heads of the department controlled the branches of other towns and the Seventh Departments of the Lithuanian KGB. In the city of Klaipėda, seamen from capitalist countries were shadowed. The KGB Seventh Departments used safe houses and were equipped with the necessary radio and photography equipment.
Date: 1955-11-11
Country: Lithuania
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4. Reference on the Results of Inspection of the Fourth Department of the KGB under the ESSR SM for the Year 1955

The structure of the Fourth Department of the KGB under the ESSR SM with the tasks set for them, “anti-Soviet” organizations, clergy, participants of the armed resistance, cases of operational record, and agency work are described.
Date: 1955-09-21
Country: Lithuania
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5. Report on the Work of Counterintelligence Department No. 2 of the State Security Committee under CM USSR for the period of 1954-1955.

Publication of the report of the KGB ESSR on the line of counter-intelligence work with the comments of Indrek Jurjo. The agency work, a review on the condition of cases of operational record, arrests, results of the search of the state criminals, measures abroad, etc, are described. The general part is followed by the most characteristic cases of recruiting.
Date: 1955-03-31
Country: Estonia
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6. Reference of 9 July 1954 on the establishment of the KGB Party Committee and the position of the party organization of the Ministry of Internal Affairs by LCP CC Secretary M. Šumauskas to LCP CC Department of Administrative Bodies.

In this reference, information is provided about the position of KGB and MIA party organizations, their composition and changes after the separation of KGB from the Ministry of Internal Affairs in 1954; a proposal is given to create the party committee of the KGB party organization.
Date: 1954-07-09
Country: Lithuania
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7. Order No. 00294/0049 of the Minister of Interior Affairs of the USSR and the Chairman of the State Security Committee under the USSR Council of Ministers of 3 April 1954.

On the division of registers and archives, concentrated in the first special departments of the Ministry of Interior.
Date: 1954-04-03
Country: Soviet Union
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8. A confidential report sent by Colonel Kireyev, deputy head of the Sixth Board of the Interior Ministry of the USSR, on 14 November 1953, to Colonel Bykov, head of the Lithuanian Sea Basin of the Lithuanian Interior Ministry. He was sent “A list of intelli

It prescribed that reliable and experienced agents who had important posts on ships would be given concrete tasks to gather intelligence according to the list when the ships entered foreign ports. The list involved gathering data about ports in Great Britain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, India, Pakistan and other countries.
Date: 1953-11-14
Country: Lithuania
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9. Minister of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic to the Minister of State Security of the USSR on the legalisation of bandits and illegal residents.

The document describes the organisation of the so-called ‘legalisation’ of participants of the armed resistance in cooperation with party authorities in Estonia in 1953. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1953-01-15
Country: Estonia
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10. Certificate regarding the situation in the area of human intelligence work at the Department 2-N of the Ministry of State Security in the territory of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic.

The document describes the organisation and situation in the area of the fight of the Ministry of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic against armed resistance and Estonian national organisations as of January 1950. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1950-01-01
Country: Estonia
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11. Memorandum of MGB ESSR to the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Estonian Communist Party on the Work of the State Security Bodies of the Estonian SSR for the Periods of 1940-1941 and 1944-1948.

In 1948, the ministries of the ESSR, including MGB (Ministry of State Security), reported on the course of Sovietizations. It is evident from the MGB report that it did not provide the full information, for example the statistics of arrests, to the local bodies. The greatest quota of the arrested, the so-called “traitors to their country” was not indicated. According to the statistical data, in 1945-1948 alone the ESSR NKGB-MGB bodies arrested 9377 people, excluding the participants of the armed resistance (the so-called “bandits”), in the main arrested by the NKVD bodies
Date: 1948-10-16
Country: Estonia
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12. Directive No. 489 of the Minister of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on the operational functions of county units of the Ministry of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic in the area of the fight against bandits

In the directive, the Ministry of State Security defines armed resistance as ‘political banditry’; it also lists its types. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1947-03-25
Country: Estonia
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13. Order Nr.005 of the Minister of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic regarding the dislocation of unit 260 of the rifle regiment of the Ministry of State Security in the territory of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic.

Dislocation and tasks of the troops of the Ministry of State Security in the fight against armed resistance in Estonia in 1947. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1947-03-13
Country: Estonia
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14. Directive of the Minister of State Security of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on the strengthening of measures aimed at the fight against bandits in March and April 1947.

Directive of the Ministry of State Security on the fight against armed resistance in Estonia in 1947. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1947-03-04
Country: Estonia
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15. Order on NKVD-NKGB ESSR in 1945 No. 00106/0012 “Оn the Measures for the Strengthening of the Fight against the Anti-Soviet Nationalist Underground and Its Armed Gangs in the Estonian SSR”.

In September 1945 for the purpose of carrying out the instructions of L. Berya on the liquidation of the “anti-Soviet nationalist underground and its armed gangs (the Soviet term related to the armed resistance against the USSR occupational power)”, B. Kobulov, the USSR NKGB Deputy People’s Commissar and the ESSR NKGB and NKVD People’s Commissars gave orders on the improvement of the agency work.
Date: 1945-09-04
Country: Estonia
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16. Notification given by the Tartu City Department of the NKVD of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on work with White Guardsmen’s religious organisations.

Notification on the fight against Russian religious organisations in the town of Tartu. A document from a branch of the Estonian State Archives, Archive 131SM.
Date: 1941-02-01
Country: Estonia
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Uploaded: 2020-01-23

17. USSR NKVD instruction for LSSR Internal Affairs Commissar A. Guzevičius on the work against Catholic clergy.

In the document, the immediate tasks are provided for agency-operational work directed against the “subversive activities” of Catholic priests. Most attention is devoted to the measures which would help to create the reliable agency network inside the Church.
Date: 1941-01-01
Country: Lithuania
Archive signature: LYA, f. K-41, ap. 1, b. 300, l. 122-127
Uploaded: 2020-01-23

18. The list of questions provided by the 2nd Department of the KGB of the LSSR, intended for persons returning from private trips to capitalist and developing countries.

This document contains the list of questions to be asked to persons returning from foreign countries.
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Country: Lithuania
Archive signature: LYA, F. K-41, ap. 1, b. 723, l. 26 - 32.
Uploaded: 2020-10-16

19. The certificate of the 2nd branch of the 2nd Department of the KGB of the LSSR about work of the branch, headed by J. Andropov, the Chairman of the KGB of the USSR, carried out in compliance with his requirements.

This document provides information on how resolutions of the meeting of the KGB of the USSR had been applied for activities of the branch.
Date:
Country: Lithuania
Archive signature: LYA, F. K-41, ap. 1, b. 731, l. 171 - 178.
Uploaded: 2020-10-16

20. Letter from the LSSR KGB to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Lithuania regarding the case of Simas Kudirka.

In this letter, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Lithuania was informed about the criminal case against Simas Kudirka for trying to escape from Lithuania.
Date:
Country: Lithuania
Archive signature: LYA, F. K-41, ap. 1, b. 763, l. 136-142
Uploaded: 2021-01-12

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