Twenty years in a Siberian Gulag : memoir of a political prisoner at Kolyma / Leonid Petrovich Bolotov ; translated and edited by Irina Yevgenievna Barclay.  (Text) (Text)

Bolotov, Leonid Petrovich, 1906-1987
Barclay, Irina Yevgenievna
Call no.: HV9712.5.B65A3 2020Publication: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., c2020Description: xi, 272 p. : illISBN: 9781476682211 (paperback); 1476682216 (paperback)Other title: Memoir of a political prisoner at Kolyma [Portion of title]Subject(s): Bolotov, Leonid Petrovich, 1906-1987Kolyma (Concentration camp) -- BiographyPolitical prisoners -- Soviet Union -- BiographyPolitical persecution -- Soviet UnionForced labor -- Soviet UnionPolitical prisoners -- Family relationships -- Soviet Union -- HistoryPenal colonies -- Russia (Federation) -- Kolyma Mountains Region -- History -- 20th centurySoviet Union -- History -- 1925-1953LOC classification: HV9712.5.B65A3 | 2020
Contents:My Arrest -- Shpalernaia Prison -- My Interrogation -- Pruss and Aleksandrov -- The Sailor -- The Pilot -- I'm Held in Captivity -- The Hundredth Prisoner -- My 60th Day in Prison -- My Stay in Two Prisons -- The Night Before the Trial -- The Trial -- I Meet My Convicted Friends -- Second Transit Prison for Men -- Trained: Leningrad to Vladivostok -- Vladivostok Transit Camp -- Behind Barbed Wire -- Kulu -- From Magadan to the Taiga -- The New Power -- Baptism of Fire -- Panning Season -- Music While We Worked -- My Father's Letter -- My Search for Firewood -- My Broken Leg -- My New Friends -- The Competition -- World War II in the Gold Mine -- The Cave-In -- The Unexpected Meetings -- Investigator Kulakov -- The New Accusation -- Jail -- Brevda's Story -- My Last Judgment -- The Finnish Shingles -- Glass Factory -- Young Thieves -- Katia Maksakov's Story -- Ivan Zelenin's Story -- Our Raskolnikov -- The Blue-Eyed Blonde -- Bears and Berries -- Special Camp 5 -- A New Order -- Freedom-with Restrictions -- Dishwashing -- The Family Cares -- Nina's Arrival -- Nina's Arrest -- Tomsk's Jail -- Nina's Release and Meeting -- with Children -- The First Thawed Patch -- In Leningrad -- Zhavoronki-Saratov-Penza.
Summary: "Caught up in one of the many purges that swept the Soviet Union during the Great Terror, Leonid Petrovich Bolotov (1906-1987) was one of 86 engineers arrested at Leningrad's Red Triangle Rubber Factory and sent to the Gulag as "enemies of the people." He would be the only one to survive and return to his family after enduring two decades in the infamous Kolyma labor camps. Translated into English and published here for the first time, Bolotov's memoir narrates with growing intensity his arrest, imprisonment and interrogation, his "confession" and trial, his exile to hard labor in Arctic Siberia, and his rehabilitation in1956 following the official end of Stalin's personality cult."--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

My Arrest -- Shpalernaia Prison -- My Interrogation -- Pruss and Aleksandrov -- The Sailor -- The Pilot -- I'm Held in Captivity -- The Hundredth Prisoner -- My 60th Day in Prison -- My Stay in Two Prisons -- The Night Before the Trial -- The Trial -- I Meet My Convicted Friends -- Second Transit Prison for Men -- Trained: Leningrad to Vladivostok -- Vladivostok Transit Camp -- Behind Barbed Wire -- Kulu -- From Magadan to the Taiga -- The New Power -- Baptism of Fire -- Panning Season -- Music While We Worked -- My Father's Letter -- My Search for Firewood -- My Broken Leg -- My New Friends -- The Competition -- World War II in the Gold Mine -- The Cave-In -- The Unexpected Meetings -- Investigator Kulakov -- The New Accusation -- Jail -- Brevda's Story -- My Last Judgment -- The Finnish Shingles -- Glass Factory -- Young Thieves -- Katia Maksakov's Story -- Ivan Zelenin's Story -- Our Raskolnikov -- The Blue-Eyed Blonde -- Bears and Berries -- Special Camp 5 -- A New Order -- Freedom-with Restrictions -- Dishwashing -- The Family Cares -- Nina's Arrival -- Nina's Arrest -- Tomsk's Jail -- Nina's Release and Meeting -- with Children -- The First Thawed Patch -- In Leningrad -- Zhavoronki-Saratov-Penza.

"Caught up in one of the many purges that swept the Soviet Union during the Great Terror, Leonid Petrovich Bolotov (1906-1987) was one of 86 engineers arrested at Leningrad's Red Triangle Rubber Factory and sent to the Gulag as "enemies of the people." He would be the only one to survive and return to his family after enduring two decades in the infamous Kolyma labor camps. Translated into English and published here for the first time, Bolotov's memoir narrates with growing intensity his arrest, imprisonment and interrogation, his "confession" and trial, his exile to hard labor in Arctic Siberia, and his rehabilitation in1956 following the official end of Stalin's personality cult."--

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