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From Soviet Architect To Historian Of The Gulag


Vitaly Troshin was the chief architect and city planner in the Russian Arctic city of Vorkuta starting in the 1970s. His research into the city's founding uncovered records that Soviet authorities had buried, detailing the creation of labor camps and the executions of political prisoners. Troshin was determined to keep the history of the gulag from being lost to time. (RFE/RL's Russian Service)

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