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Exiled to Stalin's Prisons
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Acknowledgments Introduction Map Chapter 1: Stalin's Campaign against the Soviet Finns Chapter 2: Urkho Rukhanen: Arrested and Exiled Chapter 3: Stalin's Campaign against Cosmopolitanism and Zionism Chapter 4: Sofia's Early Life Chapter 5: Sofia: University Student Chapter 6: Sofia: Arrested and Sentenced Chapter 7: Sofia: Exiled to a Prison Labor Camp Chapter 8: Sofia's Release from Prison Afterword Appendix Documents Glossary of Names and Titles Bibliography About the Authors Index

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Albert Pleysier is professor of history at Piedmont College. Alexey Vinogradov is the acting chairman of the Research Center for Archeology, Historical Sociology, and Cultural Heritage of the St. Petersburg State University.

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In this sense, both accounts of imprisonment in the GULAG not only paint harrowing pictures of prison life but clearly show the lasting damage inflicted on those falsely arrested in the Stalin era. Pleysier and Vinogradov have provided a valuable service in bringing these testimonies to a wider audience.-- "European History Quarterly"

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