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Gulag: Forced Labor Camps Online Exhibition
10-31-2013, 08:40 AM
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Gulag: Forced Labor Camps Online Exhibition
Mixed-Race Leninist USSR
Gulag: Forced Labor Camps Online Exhibition

"Even though the Gulag is commonly associated with Stalin's Russia and Siberia, numerous camps existed all around the Soviet Union and other Communist Countries. Export of the forced labor system began as early as 1940. The first arrests and deportations took place in the Baltic countries even before they were incorporated into the USSR on August 3, 1940. After the reoccupation of the Baltic countries by the Soviet Union at the end of 1944, the first labor camps were established there. By 1953 there were 41 camps in Estonia, 6 in Latvia, and 9 in Lithuania."

Location of labor camps in the USSR published by an American publishing house, based on Polish sources including: 14,000 afidavits, original lists, and documents collected by the army of General Anders. [HU OSA 300-50-1]

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Forced Labor Camps in the "People’s Democracies" [HU OSA 300-9] contains maps and systemized data about multiple camps and represents an analysis of the forced labor system in these countries.

Mixed-Race Lenin USSR Forced Labor Camps in the Communist Countries
Gulag: Forced Labor Camps Online Exhibition
http://www.whiteheritage.org/archive/index.php?thread-312.html



Mixed-Race Lenin USSR had nine Gulag concentration camps in Lithuania alone after WW II.
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