Jewish-Run Concentration Camps in the Soviet Union

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By Dr. Herman Greife. An anti-Communist book from 1937 which revealed that Communist Jews were the commandants of 11 out of the 12 main Stalinist-era Gulags, or concentration camps, including the camp system directors Matvei Berman and Hershel Jehuda.

Ultimately, some 14 million people would be detained in the 53 camps which operated from 1934 to 1953.

According to official Soviet data, some 1,053,829 people died in the camps from various causes.

The modern-day Russian industrial cities of the Arctic, such as Norilsk, Vorkuta, and Magadan, were originally Gulags.

Now with a new introduction, this version contains the original text and many of the original photographs.

Cover image: The Mask of Sorrow near Magadan, Russia. A 1996 monument commemorating the prisoners of the Gulag concentration camps.

Contents

Introduction to the 2011 edition by Francis Dupont

Introduction to the 1999 Edition by Dr. E.R. Fields

About This Book

Foreword to the 1937 Edition

Preface to the 1937 Edition

Chapter One: The Jewish Terror Grips Russia

Chapter Two: The Origin of the Compulsion Workers

Chapter Three: The Cry for Redemption of the Exiles

Chapter Four: The Division of the Compulsion Workers

Chapter Five: The Construction of the Stalin White Sea Canal

Notes

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Pages: 52

Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback

Interior Ink: Black & white

Weight: 0.13 kg

Dimensions (centimetres): 15.24 wide x 22.86 tall

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