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Karlag camp document, 1939: The document differentiates the rights of guards towards camp shock workers and "shirkers."

Karlag camp document, 1939: The document discusses relationships between leading officials of Karlag NKVD. Some of them are charged that they demonstrated anti-party behavior.

Karlag camp document, 1942: The document is the response of Chief of Karlag Administration to charges of insufficient work in Karlag. He denied the charges and argued that the situation in Karlag in 1942 complied with regulations.

Karlag camp document, 1942: The document stresses that the regime of sustentation among camp inmates was in a bad condition. It was due to the fact that the leading camp officials didn't recognize the importance of directive of People's Commissariat dated as January 27, 1942 and didn't take into account the conditions of wartime.

Karlag camp document, 1941: The document discusses the immoral and undisciplined behavior of guards towards camp inmates, which resulted an increased number of prisoner escape.

Karlag camp document, 1942: This lengthy document contains information regarding the organization of Karlag, its gender and social composition in 1942, and describes the guards' rights and responsibilities, their activities on warning and liquidation of prisoners' escapes, and reasons for escapes.

Karlag camp documents, 1934: The document is on imposition of administrative punishments regarding Linin (the Chief of Karlag) and Milevskii (Chief of Third Department). They were charged with insufficient organization and transportation of camp inmates to BAM.

Karlag camp document, 1937: The document describes the results of detail inspection of Karlag for the period of 1936 which was held by GULAG Commission.

Karlag Document, 1935: The document mentions cases regarding joint residence of camp inmates with their families on the camp's territory and orders camp administration to resolve the situation.

Karlag camp document, 1932: The document discusses that packages sent by some inmates contained stolen camp food and manufactured goods. Thus, any shipping of such goods was prohibited.