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Kolyma, the Gulag Fleet and the role of the West. Between 1932 and 1953 a fleet of ordinary cargo ships was used to relocate around one million forced labourers to the Soviet Gulag in Kolyma, located along the Arctic Circle in Siberia. As one of the largest seaborne movements of people in history, this transport took a devastating toll on human lives. The author presents the often-horrific stories of the Gulag fleet and its passengers, and reveals the unwitting role played by the United States government in the operation, with American shipyards supplying the vessels and even overhauling them free of charge.
  • AUTHOR: Bollinger, M
  • FORMAT: 240pp 41 Bw Pb
  • Code: 24092

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