Recent research has led me to a lucky find. It's astonishing how many historical and historically interesting publications make their way to the internet. The one at hand is a Russian book published in December 1970. The title is Десятая высота (which translates to something like "The Tenth Pinnacle") and it's a pretty extensive (90 pages) recap of the 1970 World Championship (where the Soviets won their tenth gold medal, hence the title oft he book). The book consists of 13 separate write-ups (mostly by sports journalists) which deal with all kinds of aspects of the WHC, especially the Soviet performance. The 13 write-ups by author: 1) Vyacheslav Gavrilin 2) Vladimir Pakhomov 3) Aleksandr Kolodny and Dmitry Ryzhkov 4) Vyacheslav Starshinov 5) Oleg Spassky 6) Vladimir Dvortsov 7) A. Zaitsev 8) Dmitry Boginov 9) Tatyana Kuzmichova 10) Aleksandr Dobrov 11) Gennady Radchuk 12) V. Chertkov 13) Albert Leykin In this thread I will post translated paraphrases of the individual write-ups over the course of time. It's work in progress, that's why I cannot post everything at one time.