This document is Part Three in the series Government, Law and Courts Behind the Iron Curtain. It contains a country-by-country overview of developments in relation to substantive criminal law in the following states:
- Soviet Union, by Dr. Vladimir Gsovski
- Bulgaria, by Dr. Ivan Zlatin
- Hungary, by Dr. George Torzsay-Biber
- Poland, by Alfons Sergot
- Czechoslovakia, by Dr. Jaroslav Jira
The articles also pay attention to the ways in which the criminal laws have been applied by the national courts.
Eastern Europe-substantive criminal law-thematic report-1955-eng (full text in English, PDF)