The Gulag Archipelago : 1918-1956, An Experiment in Literary Investigation I-II

By: Solzhenitsyn, Alexander

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The Gulag Archipelago : 1918-1956, An Experiment in Literary Investigation I-II by Solzhenitsyn, Alexander
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London: Collins & Harvill, 1974. The Soviet forced labour concentration camp system, with many camps scattered across the Soviet empire and containingf millions of prisoners, who served as the communist system's slave labour in the building of socialism, and most of whom were worked to death. The author himself was given a long sentence in the camps, but survived to describe this evil system. CONDITION Green bds with crisp gilt spine title, top front cnr sl. bumped, name inked to ffep, pp 660 with 10 b/w photos, tight and clean. Original red wrapper not clipped or worn. An Excellent Copy.. First English. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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