- n. a Russian prison camp for political prisoners
“White Nights, Russia After the Gulag is an incredibly moving photo collection.”
“The American Gulag is now larger than the 35 largest European countries combined.”
“In theory, what came to be known as the Gulag was a system of forced labor rather than a death machine.”
“As this is being read, these abuses continue to be committed against teenagers in the United States of America in what have become known as Gulag Schools, also called military boot camps, behavior modification schools, Christian military schools or "boarding schools.”
“LAMB: As I mentioned earlier here, this book is endorsed by Simon Sebag Montefiore, who did a book on Stalin, and then Ann Applebaum ` s book, "Gulag" -- is there a fraternity, or whatever you would call it, a group of people that -- that write about this stuff?”
“Note the plural forms, emphasizing what we already know about the subject: The Gulag was a system, comprised of many camps, for which the administrative department overseeing it has become a shorthand much as one refers to "the Pentagon" as a shorthand for the command structure of the U.S.”
“In theory, the Gulag was a system of forced labor rather than a death machine.”
“Faced with the horrors of the extermination camps and what is now termed the Gulag, Arendt strove to understand these phenomena in their own terms, neither deducing them from precedents nor placing them in some overarching scheme of historical necessity.”
“A system of labour camps, known as Gulag, was established during the Stalin era.”
“Directed by John J. Michalczyk, Return the Gulag is a small but revealing window into Russia's turbulent 1930s.”
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