Thursday, December 1, 2016

Teeter (on Facebook) re the archive on The Great Terror

"De-Stalinization Despite the State: Russians Take Reconciliation Into Their Own Hands": "Rarely does the publication of a new database crash a website, but this is exactly what happened last week when the Memorial human rights group published personal data on almost 40,000 Soviet-era secret policemen. The archive contains records from 1935-1939, covering the whole period known as The Great Terror, when Stalin's repression reached an unprecedented scale."

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