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Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn, 1980s.
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Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Issayevich Soviet author (Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1970). Born 11.12.1918 in Kislovodsk. Photo.
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Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Issayevich Soviet author (Nobel prize winner in 1970, for Literature). Born 11.12.1918 in Kislovodsk. Photo.
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Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is seen as after his liberation in 1953. (AP Photo)
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Александр Солженицын
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Александр Солженицын
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PHOTO:EAST NEWS/LASKI DIFFUSION ROSYJSKI PISARZ ALEKSANDER SOLZENICYN
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PHOTO EAST NEWS LASKI DIFUSSION&#13;&#10;PISARZ ALEKSANDER SOLZENICYN<br> Александр Солженицын, фигура, имевшая колоссальную значимость в советской России, автор `Архипелага ГУЛАГ` и других произведений, которые обнажили подлинный масштаб сталинской сети исправительных лагерей, умер в возрасте 89 лет. Премьер-министр РФ Владимир Путин выразил соболезнования родным и близким Александра Солженицына в связи со смертью писателя.
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PHOTO EAST NEWS LASKI DIFUSSION&#13;&#10;PISARZ ALEKSANDER SOLZENICYN<br> Александр Солженицын, фигура, имевшая колоссальную значимость в советской России, автор `Архипелага ГУЛАГ` и других произведений, которые обнажили подлинный масштаб сталинской сети исправительных лагерей, умер в возрасте 89 лет. Премьер-министр РФ Владимир Путин выразил соболезнования родным и близким Александра Солженицына в связи со смертью писателя.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/ Nobel Prize winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn during the Gulag years 1945-1950. Courtesy: CSU Archives/Everett Collection. N/Z SOLZHENITSYN PODACZAS POBYTU NA GULAGU, 1945-1950
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in Russian Duma, Moscow, Russia, 16/02/1995
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in Russian Duma, Moscow, Russia, 28/10/1994
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in Russian Duma, Moscow, Russia, 28/10/1994
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS / WOJTEK LASKI Aleksander Isajewicz Solzenicyn (11 grudnia 1918- 3 sierpnia 2008) rosyjski pisarz, laureat Nagrody Nobla w dziedzinie literatury za rok 1970, autor trzytomowego Archipelag GULAG, Okruchy, Jeden dzien. N/Z: Aleksander Solzenicyn w Moskwie wraz z zona Natalia, 25 lipca 1994 Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn - Russian and Soviet novelist, dramatist, and historian. Author of The Gulag Archipelago and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, two of his best-known works. Solzhenitsyn was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1970. He was expelled from the Soviet Union in 1974, but returned to Russia in 1994 after the Soviet system had collapsed. Aleksandr and Natalia Solzhenitsyn, Moscow, July 25th, 1994
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Rosyjski pisarz, laueat literackiej Nagrody Nobla Aleksander Solzenicyn wrocil do ojczyzny po 20 latach spedzonych na wygnaniu, glownie w USA. W 1974 zostal deportowany z ZSRR i pozbawiony obywatelstwa w zwiazku ze swoja tworczoscia literacka, w ktorej krytykowal Rosje radziecka. Powrot zostal zrealizowany jako 2 miesieczna podroz z rosyjskiego Dalekiego Wschodu do Moskwy. Moskwa, 25.07.1994 N/Z: Solzenicyn w Moskwie Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Moscow, RUSSIA - 21/07/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn in Moscow
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Rosyjski pisarz, laueat literackiej Nagrody Nobla Aleksander Solzenicyn wrocil do ojczyzny po 20 latach spedzonych na wygnaniu, glownie w USA. W 1974 zostal deportowany z ZSRR i pozbawiony obywatelstwa w zwiazku ze swoja tworczoscia literacka, w ktorej krytykowal Rosje radziecka. Powrot zostal zrealizowany jako 2 miesieczna podroz z rosyjskiego Dalekiego Wschodu do Moskwy. Moskwa, 21.07.1994 N/Z: Solzenicyn witany w Moskwie Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Moscow, RUSSIA - 21/07/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn welcomed in Moscow
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Rosyjski pisarz, laueat literackiej Nagrody Nobla Aleksander Solzenicyn wrocil do ojczyzny po 20 latach spedzonych na wygnaniu, glownie w USA. W 1974 zostal deportowany z ZSRR i pozbawiony obywatelstwa w zwiazku ze swoja tworczoscia literacka, w ktorej krytykowal Rosje radziecka. Powrot zostal zrealizowany jako 2 miesieczna podroz z rosyjskiego Dalekiego Wschodu do Moskwy. Blagowieszczensk, 07.07.1994 N/Z: Solzenicyn w Blagowieszczensku Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Blagoveshchensk, RUSSIA - 07/07/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn in Blagoveshchensk
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Ulan-Ude, RUSSIA - 11/06/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn in Ulan-Ude
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Rosyjski pisarz, laueat literackiej Nagrody Nobla Aleksander Solzenicyn wrocil do ojczyzny po 20 latach spedzonych na wygnaniu, glownie w USA. W 1974 zostal deportowany z ZSRR i pozbawiony obywatelstwa w zwiazku ze swoja tworczoscia literacka, w ktorej krytykowal Rosje radziecka. Powrot zostal zrealizowany jako 2 miesieczna podroz z rosyjskiego Dalekiego Wschodu do Moskwy. Chabarowsk, 02.06.1994 N/Z: Solzenicyn we Chabarowsku Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Khabarovsk, RUSSIA - 02/06/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn in Khabarovsk
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PHOTO: WOJTEK LASKI/EAST NEWS Rosyjski pisarz, laueat literackiej Nagrody Nobla Aleksander Solzenicyn wrocil do ojczyzny po 20 latach spedzonych na wygnaniu, glownie w USA. W 1974 zostal deportowany z ZSRR i pozbawiony obywatelstwa w zwiazku ze swoja tworczoscia literacka, w ktorej krytykowal Rosje radziecka. Powrot zostal zrealizowany jako 2 miesieczna podroz z rosyjskiego Dalekiego Wschodu do Moskwy. Chabarowsk, 02.06.1994 N/Z: Solzenicyn we Chabarowsku Russian writer, Nobel Prize winner and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn returned to his homeland after 20 years of exile, which he mostly spent in USA. In 1974 he was deported from the USSR and stripped of his Soviet citizenship for his literary works criticizing the Soviet system, mainly for the "The Gulag Archipelago". The return was accomplished as 2-month-long journey from the Russian Far East to Moscow. Khabarovsk, RUSSIA - 02/06/1994 Pictured: Solzhenitsyn in Khabarovsk

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