Miklós Kun's Interviews with Soviet Public Figures

Around 50 hours of oral history interviews with former Soviet dissidents and high-level Party functionaries, intellectuals, and journalists, conducted 1996-1997 by the Hungarian Kremlinologist Miklós Kun. Highlights include interviews with Stepan Chervonenko, the Soviet ambassador to Czechoslovakia in 1968, two former KGB heads, close relatives of Joseph Stalin, Marshal Tukhachevsky and Andrei Zhdanov, as well as the dissident Vladimir Bukovsky.