Nobel Prize Russian writer who exposed Stalin's prison system dies at 89
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04-Aug-2008 (one comment)

Nobel Prize  Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who exposed Stalin's prison system in his novels and spent 20 years in exile, has died near Moscow at the age of 89. The author of The Gulag Archipelago and One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich, who returned to Russia in 1994, died of either a stroke or heart failure.

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he also exposed the jews in russia

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take a look at this, http://www.thecivicplatform.com/2007/11/17/alexand...

You need to understand how jews started communism and were responsible for the tortures and the killing of Russians. Something that you not going to hear in our media.