Mass Dictatorship and Memory as Ever Present Past by Jie-Hyun Lim download in iPad, ePub, pdf
Families of arrested dissidents often suffered repercussions such as the loss of jobs and opportunities to study. One of the key factors to Russia's distinctiveness is its halfway location in the center of the Eurasian landmass. In this history of Russia from to the present, Alexander Chubarov teases out certain themes developed in his previous book on tsarist Russia The Fragile Empire. Solzhenitsyn offered a quarter of his Nobel Prize award for the cause.
This lends an inevitability to the traditional cultural schism between Westernizing reformers and Slavophiles. The Aid Fund also contributed funds for the support of political prisoners who were sent to psychiatric imprisonment. When the authorities found out about the fund, the receiving of the money was blocked. Instead, donations were sent to friends and sympathisers.
It supports impoverished former dissenters. Other charitable organizations, such as Christian Orthodox organizations that collected clothing and other items, passed those donations onto the Aid Fund for redistribution.
It paid for the travel expenses of those who traveled to distant trials to support the political dissenters. The sixteen original essays, especially written for this volume by historians from both east and west Germany, represent the cutting edge of current research and suggest new theoretical perspectives.
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