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Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

The Gulag Archipelago - 1918-1956 - Volumes I-VII (1973)

Wikipedia: The Gulag Archipelago

The Gulag Archipelago is a three-volume, non-fiction text written between 1958 and 1968 by Russian writer and historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. It was first published in 1973, followed by an English translation the following...

Count Cherep-Spriridovich

The Secret World Government or "The Hidden Hand": The Unrevealed in History (1925)

This book is mostly about Jews; it is not against the Jews. These painstaking researches have been made in order to rewrite history "with conscience;" as Lamartine urged, as Washington Irving admonished. The results are presented tO th...

F. A. MacKenzie

The Russian Crucifixion: The full story of the persecution or Religion under Bolshevism (1930)

The Russian Crucifixion: The full story of the persecution or Religion under Bolshevism (1930) by F. A. MacKenzie

 Preface

THIS book is a record, a protest, and an appeal. I tell of what I myself have seen and learnt of the persecution of religion in Russia, and I voice the appeal of Russian people themselves against it.

The escort anti-reli...

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

Live Not By Lies (1974)

Live Not By Lies (1974) by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

Solzhenitsyn penned this essay in 1974 and it circulated among Moscow's intellectuals at the time. It is dated Feb. 12, the same day that secret police broke into his apartment and arrested him. The next day he was exiled to West Germany. The essay is a call to moral courage and serves as ligh...

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Men Have Forgotten God: Templeton Address (1983)

Men Have Forgotten God: Templeton Address (1983) by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Editor’s Note: This article, which originally ran in the July 22, 1983, issue of NATIONAL REVIEW, is adapted from the address Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn gave on the occasion of his acceptance, in London on May 10, 1983, of the Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion. In ann...