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Karlag camp documents, 1937: The document requires action by the camp administration to stop the spread of venereal diseases among prisoners. Thus, one of the orders is to separate men and women who lived together in common barracks.

Karlag camp document, 1937: The document discusses how to isolate venereal patients from healthy camp inmates. It stresses that there was a significant increase in venereal diseases in Karlag camps.

Karlag camp document, 1939: The document point to fatalities involving camp inmates which were the results of the guards' indifference. One such case was when an inmate froze to death, the Chief of Camp Department failed to report the case.

Karlag camp document, 1935: The document concludes that granting a meeting for a camp inmate is one of the highest types of award. However, there were cases when meeting was granted to an individual who had no right for it.

Karlag camp documents, 1937: The document stresses that repertoires of camp theatres contained ideologically harmful materials. One of the orders is to exclude any trotskistkii elements or terrorists from participating in any cultural and educational activities.

Karlag camp document, 1937: The document discusses how to avoid cohabitation among prisoners. It is recommended that female and male camp inmates have separate work space.

Karlag camp document, 1937: The document discusses the results of five-year activity of "Putevka," the official newspaper of Karlag NKVD. It stresses the leading and important role in the process of prisoners' reeducation.

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 camp documents, 1936: The document concludes that as a result of new arrivals to camps, living conditions seriously worsened. Some Chiefs of Departments allowed overcrowding and bedbugs. and women with babies lived in unsatisfactory conditions.

Karlag camp document, 1932-1933: The document stresses that there are certain violations against camp female prisoners which camp officials ignore. Thus, forced cohabitation made by administrative-and-household officials received spread in camps.