Victor Kravchenko  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Victor Andreevich Kravchenko, 11 October 1905 Yekaterinoslav25 February 1966) was a Soviet defector who wrote up his experiences of life in the Soviet Union and as a Soviet official, especially in his book I Chose Freedom (1946).

I Chose Freedom

Victor Kravchenko remains widely known for his memoir I Chose Freedom containing extensive revelations on collectivization, Soviet prison camps and the use of slave labor came at a time of growing tension between the Soviet Union and the West. Its publication was met with vocal attacks by the Soviet Union and by international stalinst Communist parties.

I Chose Justice




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