USSR History bourgeois lies P2Lies Concerning the History of the Soviet Union Part2By Mario SousaMember of theCommunist Party Marxist-Leninist RevolutionariesSwedenKPML(r)454,000 is not 9 millionThe second question concerned how many political prisoners there were, and how many common criminals. This question includes those imprisoned in labour camps, gulag colonies and the prisons (though it should be remembered that in the labour colonies there was, in the majority of cases, only partial loss of liberty). The Table below shows the data which appeared in the American Historical Review, data which encompass a period of 20 years beginning in 1934, when the penal system was unified under a central administration, until 1953, the year Stalin died.From the above Table(http://dwpl.deviantart.com/art/Table-USSR-Population-245313938), there are a series of conclusions which need to be drawn. To start with we can compare its data to those given by Robert Conquest. The latter claims that in 1939 there
USSR History bourgeois lies P1Lies Concerning the History of the Soviet Union Part1By Mario SousaMember of theCommunist Party Marxist-Leninist RevolutionariesSwedenKPML(r)From Hitler to Hearst, from Conquest to SolzhenitsynThe history of the millions of people who were allegedly incarcerated and died in the labour camps of the Soviet Union and as a result of starvation during Stalin's time.In this world we live in, who can avoid hearing the terrible stories of suspected death and murders in the gulag labour camps of the Soviet Union? Who can avoid the stories of the millions who starved to death and the millions of oppositionists executed in the Soviet Union during Stalin's time? In the capitalist world these stories are repeated over and over again in books, newspapers, on the radio and television, and in films, and the mythical numbers of millions of victims of socialism have increased by leaps and bounds in the last 50 years.But where in fact do these stories, and these figures, come from?
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