Photographs from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's forced exile in Kok-Terek, Kazakhstan.
Photo Galleries > 1954-56: Kazakhstan Exile
3.1 ┆ At his hut in exile. Kok-Terek, 1956
3.2┆ Exiled teacher of mathematics. Solzhenitsyn in his Kok-Terek hut. 1954–55
3.3┆ Exiled teacher of mathematics. Kok-Terek, Spring 1954
3.4┆ Teacher Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn leads pupils into the steppe to study geodesy. Kok-Terek, 1955
3.5┆ Kok-Terek, 1955.
3.6┆ Kok-Terek, 1955.
3.7┆ Cancer ward. Tashkent, 1954
3.8┆ Kok-Terek, 1954–55.
3.9┆ Kok-Terek, 1954–55.
3.10┆ Doctor L.A. Dunaieva (who treated the author for cancer).Tashkent, 1954
3.11┆ Recovering. Tashkent, 1954
3.12┆ With his Kazakh pupils at the S. Kirov school. Kok-Terek, 23 June 1955
3.13┆ Yelena Aleksandrovna and Nikolai Ivanovich Zubov (close friends of the author in exile). Kok-Terek, 1956
3.14┆ “Distribution of property”. One day before final departure from exile. 1956
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