GULAG'S ATLAS. The Short Story of the GULAG and the Political Repression in the USSR
GULAG'S ATLAS. The Short Story of the GULAG and the Political Repression in the USSR Museum's specialists carefully selected the key documents, statistical data, quotes, and photographic materials that help track down origination, development, and decline of the USSR's repressive system during the 1920s – 1950s.
In spite of its small format, the GULAG'S ATLAS is based on many sources of information about the GULAG – scientific researches, archival documents, memoirs of witnesses, rare archival photographs, museum exhibits – as material evidence of the epoch of repression.
Written in plain language, the GULAG'S ATLAS will be interesting both to those who encounter the topic of the repression for the first time and those who wish to fill the gaps in knowledge related to the sequence of events, understand the GULAG's economy and geography as well as survival strategies in camps, the rehabilitation process, and today's memory of the GULAG.
Publishing house: The GULAG History Museum, Memory Fund
Number of pages: 116