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The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956, An Experiment in Literary Investigation; books I-II
The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 An Experiment in Literary Investigation books I-II Author:Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn Power of the Soviet Union from Lenin on.. People in every station of life were imprisoned for a variety of reasons- most of them directed to criticism of the State. — Tanya Khodkevich was imprisoned for saying: — " you can pray freely, But just so G-d alone can hear" — Students were arrested for criticism of the system. — Historians; such as, Platon... more »ov and Gotye were arrested.
The Buryat-Monguls were imprisoned in Kazakhstan. Tribal
members of the Northern Caucasus were jailed. People were
convicted by analogy, place of birth/origin or contact
with persons considered "dangerous" to the State.« less