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The Jews in the Soviet Union


The Jews in the Soviet Union

By Udo Walendy

Part 2 of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s banned book series 200 Years Together.

The domestic and international dimensions of the Bolshevik revolution can be grasped only by familiarization with what happened in the power centers of the capitals of Petrograd (formerly St. Petersburg, later called Leningrad) and, from March 1918 on, Moscow, and the consequent effects on the vast tracts of Russia. Enough books have appeared concerning this. The goal of this review is to show two things: 1) that Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, despite all the suffering he has undergone and learned of from his companions in fate, has remained a Russian nationalist patriot; and 2) to summarize his key findings.

First, here is a summary of illustrative quotations from Solzhenitsyn taken from his classic and massive The GULAG Archipelago: [Read the first chapters of this issue as PDF…]

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 April, 2011.

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