The Great Terror wasn’t the largest massacre ever committed by a state against its own people. Tomasz Kizny is a Polish journalist and photographer. He founded Dementi, a collective of freelance photographers, following the implementation of martial law in Poland in 1981. He documented the “solidarity” strikes in Poland, as well as the collapse of the communist bloc. He is the author of the books Goulag (2003) and La Grande Terreur en URSS 1937-1938 (2013).
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