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Gulag: A History - Anne Applebaum
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[SR: 484627], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780767900560], Doubleday, Doubleday, Book, [PU: Doubleday], 2003-04-29, Doubleday, Gulag: A History, by Washington Post columnist Anne Applebaum, is a cogent, meticulously researched exposé of the Soviet system of institutionalized terror, repression, and punishment that, over the course of the 20th century, turned the world's largest nation into a vast concentration camp and mass grave. Applebaum investigates the gulag from its origins just after the Russian Revolution through its expansion under Stalin's reign to its collapse during the period of glasnost and the fall of communism. She draws on original research, as well as recently released archival material and memoirs by both "ordinary" survivors and those who would become literary giants, like Alexander Solzhenitsyn, author of The Gulag Archipelago and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, and Polish novelist Gustav Herling-Grudzinski, who wrote A World Apart based on his experiences in the camps. She describes the categories of prisoner--an estimated 18 million between 1929 and 1953, the year Stalin died--who from "the very earliest days of the new Soviet state…were to be sentenced not for what they had done, but for who they were": old Bolsheviks, deportees from Soviet-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II, repatriated Soviet POWs, foreign communists, dissidents, the man, woman or child on the street--political prisoners mixed with common criminals. Anyone who could be perceived as a threat or traitor or simply a needed body was arrested, tortured, and used as slave labor to extract natural resources from remote corners of Siberia, work on absurdly ambitious transportation and energy projects, and build the Soviet economy. The reasons for incarceration; the journeys to the outposts; the strategies for survival of prisoners subjected to cold, starvation, rape; the types of heavy labor; the conditions for women and children; the political structure within the camp--these are just some of the broad themes that Applebaum tackles. Deftly melding generality with specificity, Applebaum allows the individual to speak for the many and, in the process, paints a horrifying portrait of a nation forged from paranoia and the terror invoked by the arbitrary exercise of power that tore apart families and enslaved, brutalized, and murdered millions. By giving voice to the millions who disappeared into unmarked graves in an eight-decade-long episode in human history that rivaled the atrocities committed during the Holocaust, Applebaum makes an invaluable contribution to a growing body of re-evaluative literature that will, hopefully, inspire a thoughtful consideration of our collective past, and a more critical awareness our present. --Diana Kuprel<, 928482, Russia, 928392, Asia, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 15851701, Russia, 928504, Europe, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 928842, Russia, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 929374, Penology, 929366, Crime & Criminals, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 929284, Communism & Socialism, 929282, Ideologies, 927788, Politics, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 930192, Sociology, 16254821, AIDS, 16254811, Abuse, 16036811, Adults, 16036821, Aging, 16036801, Children, 274712011, Class, 16254851, Communities, 16036781, Culture, 930204, Death, 16036761, History, 16254831, Leisure, 930196, Marriage & Family, 51217011, Medicine, 16036831, Men, 16036851, Occupational, 930206, Race Relations, 930214, Religion, 16036771, Research & Measurement, 930198, Rural, 16254841, Social Groups, 16036791, Social Situations, 930200, Social Theory, 16036861, Suburban, 930202, Urban, 16036841, Women, 930140, Social Sciences, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books

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[SR: 330961], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780767900560], Doubleday, Doubleday, Book, [PU: Doubleday], 2003-04-29, Doubleday, Gulag: A History, by Washington Post columnist Anne Applebaum, is a cogent, meticulously researched exposé of the Soviet system of institutionalized terror, repression, and punishment that, over the course of the 20th century, turned the world's largest nation into a vast concentration camp and mass grave. Applebaum investigates the gulag from its origins just after the Russian Revolution through its expansion under Stalin's reign to its collapse during the period of glasnost and the fall of communism. She draws on original research, as well as recently released archival material and memoirs by both "ordinary" survivors and those who would become literary giants, like Alexander Solzhenitsyn, author of The Gulag Archipelago and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, and Polish novelist Gustav Herling-Grudzinski, who wrote A World Apart based on his experiences in the camps. She describes the categories of prisoner--an estimated 18 million between 1929 and 1953, the year Stalin died--who from "the very earliest days of the new Soviet state…were to be sentenced not for what they had done, but for who they were": old Bolsheviks, deportees from Soviet-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II, repatriated Soviet POWs, foreign communists, dissidents, the man, woman or child on the street--political prisoners mixed with common criminals. Anyone who could be perceived as a threat or traitor or simply a needed body was arrested, tortured, and used as slave labor to extract natural resources from remote corners of Siberia, work on absurdly ambitious transportation and energy projects, and build the Soviet economy. The reasons for incarceration; the journeys to the outposts; the strategies for survival of prisoners subjected to cold, starvation, rape; the types of heavy labor; the conditions for women and children; the political structure within the camp--these are just some of the broad themes that Applebaum tackles. Deftly melding generality with specificity, Applebaum allows the individual to speak for the many and, in the process, paints a horrifying portrait of a nation forged from paranoia and the terror invoked by the arbitrary exercise of power that tore apart families and enslaved, brutalized, and murdered millions. By giving voice to the millions who disappeared into unmarked graves in an eight-decade-long episode in human history that rivaled the atrocities committed during the Holocaust, Applebaum makes an invaluable contribution to a growing body of re-evaluative literature that will, hopefully, inspire a thoughtful consideration of our collective past, and a more critical awareness our present. --Diana Kuprel<, 928482, Russia, 928392, Asia, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 15851701, Russia, 928504, Europe, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 928842, Russia, 927728, History, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 929374, Penology, 929366, Crime & Criminals, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 929284, Communism & Socialism, 929282, Ideologies, 927788, Politics, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books, 930192, Sociology, 16254821, AIDS, 16254811, Abuse, 16036811, Adults, 16036821, Aging, 16036801, Children, 274712011, Class, 16254851, Communities, 16036781, Culture, 930204, Death, 16036761, History, 16254831, Leisure, 930196, Marriage & Family, 51217011, Medicine, 16036831, Men, 16036851, Occupational, 930206, Race Relations, 930214, Religion, 16036771, Research & Measurement, 930198, Rural, 16254841, Social Groups, 16036791, Social Situations, 930200, Social Theory, 16036861, Suburban, 930202, Urban, 16036841, Women, 930140, Social Sciences, 5489589011, Politics & Social Sciences, 927726, Subjects, 916520, Books

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The Gulag-the vast array of Soviet concentration camps-was a system of repression and punishment whose rationalized evil and institutionalized inhumanity were rivaled only by the Holocaust.The Gulag entered the world's historical consciousness in 1972, with the publication of Alexander Solzhenitsyn's epic oral history of the Soviet camps, The Gulag Archipelago. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, dozens of memoirs and new studies covering aspects of that system have been published in Russia and the West. Using these new resources as well as her own original historical research, Anne Applebaum has now undertaken, for the first time, a fully documented history of the Soviet camp system, from its origins in the Russian Revolution to its collapse in the era of glasnost. It is an epic feat of investigation and moral reckoning that places the Gulag where it belongs: at the center of our understanding of the troubled history of the twentieth century.Anne Applebaum first lays out the chronological history of the camps and the logic behind their creation, enlargement, and maintenance. The Gulag was first put in place in 1918 after the Russian Revolution. In 1929, Stalin personally decided to expand the camp system, both to use forced labor to accelerate Soviet industrialization and to exploit the natural resources of the country's barely habitable far northern regions. By the end of the 1930s, labor camps could be found in all twelve of the Soviet Union's time zones 20th century,communism and socialism,criminology,europe,european,history,humanities,ideologies and doctrines,international and world politics,modern (16th-21st centuries) Communism & Socialism, Doubleday

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Gulag: A History
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Applebaum, Anne

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Gulag: A History

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0767900561

The Gulag entered the world's historical consciousness in 1972, with the publication of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's epic history of the Soviet camps, "The Gulag Archipelago." Applebaum has undertaken a fully documented history of the Soviet camp system, from its origins in the Russian Revolution to its collapse in the era of glasnost. Two 16 page photo inserts.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780767900560
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0767900561
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: BANTAM DELL
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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