Karlag camp document, 1945: It discusses the types of cultural and educational activities in Karlag, their future goals, and the camp's social composition.
Karlag camp document, 1939: The report describes unsatisfactory conditions in Akmolenskoe's Special Department of Karlag. One of the serious issues was the lack of food provision.
Karlag camp document, 1939: The document provides information regarding the status of educators in Cultural and Educational Units, the failures in their work, as well as recommendations for camp administration on how to improve their activity.
Karlag camp document, 1940: The document reports that Polish camp inmates in one of the Karlag Departments refused to work because they read about Polish inmates getting anmnesty in the newspapers.
Karlag camp document, 1939: The document describes the organization of punishment cells and the behavior of a camp kept there. Pregnant, under age, or nursing women were prohibited from being sent to punishment cells.