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Record #164362:

Gulag: a history / Anne Applebaum.

Title: Gulag: a history / Anne Applebaum.
Author(s): Applebaum, Anne.
Date: 2003.
Publisher: New York: Doubleday
Abstract: Traces chronological history of Soviet camp system and reasons behind its creation, enlargement and maintenance. Examines different aspects of camp life: how prisoners worked, how they lived and how they died, guards and prison staff, transportation, nature of arrests and trials, impact of Second World War, relations between different groups of prisoners, escapes and rebellions. In conclusion, considers reasons for Gulag remaining relatively obscure in memory of former USSR and West.
Keywords: 331.578 -- Employment, forced labour systems.
3-058.56 -- Prisoners. Convicts. Exiles.
323 -- Politics, internal.
93"19" -- Twentieth century.
V -- History.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*50) : 331.578[2003]
ISBN: 0767900561
SPRI record no.: 164362

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