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TonySharkks | 34 points | Feb 13 2018 06:53:02

[Audiobook] The Gulag Archipelago - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (791.0 MB) | Megalinks MegaDB [Audiobook] The Gulag Archipelago - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (791.0 MB)

The Gulag Archipelago is Solzhenitsyn's attempt to compile a literary-historical record of the vast system of prisons and labor camps that came into being shortly after the Bolsheviks seized power in Russia in 1917 and that underwent an enormous expansion during the rule of Stalin from 1924 to 1953. Various sections of the three volumes describe the arrest, interrogation, conviction, transportation, and imprisonment of the Gulag's victims by Soviet authorities over four decades. The work mingles historical exposition and Solzhenitsyn's own autobiographical accounts with the voluminous personal testimony of other inmates that he collected and committed to memory during his imprisonment.Upon publication of the first volume of The Gulag Archipelago, Solzhenitsyn was immediately attacked in the Soviet press. Despite the intense interest in his fate that was shown in the West, he was arrested and charged with treason on February 12, 1974, and was exiled from the Soviet Union the following day. -Amazon

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[-] R3a1ityCheque | 12 points | Feb 13 2018 12:18:03

Big thanks for this. I've just finished Jordan Peterson's new book and he mentions this book quite a bit. It'll be good to check it out myself.


[-] yoffle | 3 points | Feb 13 2018 20:27:26

Excellent choice for an upload. Thank you TonySharkks. U da man!


[-] syllabic | 1 points | Feb 13 2018 15:15:43

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[-] Yoderman | 1 points | Feb 13 2018 19:24:12

This is a fictionalized account btw, dunno if it mentions that in the audio book version.


[-] TonySharkks | 4 points | Feb 13 2018 21:24:59

Are you talking about Natalya Reshetovskaya's memoir? That's what I see touted by the deniers as "evidence." It's hearsay to say the least. If you're willing to to take that leap of logic, you should be just as willing to investigate the Mitrokhin Archive. If you have disagreements with the figures, that's another rabbit hole entirely. There is numerous evidence of the gulags and other Soviet atrocities. Do you examine accounts like Viktor Frankl's with the same criticality?


[-] Yoderman | 3 points | Feb 13 2018 22:53:29

I'm not denying the gulags. I just think we should be cognizant that the book is in large parts made up, by Solzhenitsyn's own account. Sorry to bring facts and logic into play here.


[-] ApproachingZero | 0 points | Feb 13 2018 23:16:52

What are you talking about? The Mitrokhin Archive was about the cold war and doesn't have anything in it that the United States didn't do, and Viktor Frankl was in a Nazi concentration camp. The book that is supposedly the most accurate is The Black Book of Communism, but even some of its own authors disagree with figures that are published within. As well as it miss attributes deaths from WWII as deaths From Communism when they should be blamed on Hitler. At least try when you're going to make some kind of argument.


[-] TonySharkks | 2 points | Feb 13 2018 21:31:06

Oh! btw I posted A People's History of the United States which may be more toward your persuasion. Check it :)