Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kiev (TsDIAK of Ukraine)
Fund 304 Kharkov Security Department
1904 collection items, 1902-1917
Kharkov investigation department was established on August 25, 1902. It was renamed as Security Department on February 13, 1903. In March 1907 the department became a part of South-Eastern District Security Department. South-Eastern Security Department was in charge of Kharkov, Kursk, Voronezh, Tambov and Ekaterinoslav provinces (guberniya) and territory of Don Cossacks.
March 1, 1914 South-Eastern District Security Department was abolished and Kharkov Security Department was established. It became a part of Kharkov provincial gendarme administration. Security Department went into liquidation in 1917.
Directives, reports and correspondence on "League of Struggle for the liberation of the working class" in Kharkov; Kharkov committee of Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (1902-1917); Kharkov group "Iskra" (1903).
Directives, reports and correspondence on Trade Unions in Kharkov, Ekaterinoslav, Kursk and Voronezh; department of "Russian Railway Union" in Kharkov and Ekaterinoslav; Congress of Russian Railway Union in Tammerfors (1906); Congress of deputies from Kharkov-Nikolayev and Kiev-Poltava railway (1906); first conference of "Russian Union of print professionals" (1907); committees of "Russian postal and telegraphic Union" in Kharkov and Ekaterinoslav (1906-1907); Kharkov department of "Russian Union of engineers and technicians".
Correspondence on peasants' unrest. Reports and correspondence on unrest of soldiers in Poltava (1904); distribution of brochures of Russian Social Democratic Labour Party among soldiers (1905-1907); conference of military organizations of Kiev Military District in Cherkassy (1907).
Directives, reports and correspondence on student movements (1905); student movements organizations in educational institutions of Kharkov, Ekaterinoslav, Novocherkassk and secondary schools of Voronezh (1905-1907); students' demonstration dedicated to the death of L.N.Tolstoy (1910); unrest of students from Don Polytechnic Institute, Ekaterinoslav Mining School (1910-1914) and Voronezh (1914).
Report on the opening of a monument to the poet I.P. Kotlyarevskiy in Poltava (1904).
Report on E.P. Peshkova (wife of A.M. Gorkiy) (1906). Cases about "Russian Teachers Union" (1906), "The Society of literacy" in Kharkov (1909).
The lists of banned literature; reports on arrests. Correspondence on arrest and administrative exile of those, who took part in revolution 1905-1907. Reports on preparation for 200-year anniversary from the Battle of Poltava (1909). Report s on Russian Congress of doctors from factory sector in Kharkov (1914).
Cases and correspondence on bourgeois, petty bourgeois and bourgeois-nationalistic parties.