Portraits of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
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10.1┆ In 7th grade.1933
10.2┆ Rostov-on-Don, late 1930s.
10.3┆ As student at the Leningrad Artillery Institute.Kostroma, July 1942
10.4┆ Lieutenant Solzhenitsyn—commander of a sound-ranging battery.Ostashkov, March 1943
10.5┆ As prisoner on a construction site near Kaluga Gate.Moscow, June 1946
10.6┆ As prisoner at the "Marfino" sharashka. Official photo in a suit and tie provided by the prison.December 1948
10.7┆ Newly exiled Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in prisoner garb and number "Shch-262". Kok-Terek, Kazakhstan, March 1953
10.8┆ Kok-Terek, 1954–55
10.9┆ At Peredelkino (near Moscow), 1967.Credit: Eduard Gladkov1967
10.10┆ At Peredelkino (near Moscow), 1967.Credit: Eduard Gladkov
10.11┆ “The man who is for the moment the most famous person in the western world.” — The Times[London], 15 February 1974
10.12┆ At work in Sternenberg (above Zurich). Summer 1974
10.13┆ At work in Sternenberg (above Zurich). Summer 1974
10.14┆ Cavendish, 1978.Credit: Andrew Tregubov
10.15┆ At his self-made table with birch legs.Cavendish, 1980s
10.16┆ Cavendish, 1980s.Credit: Andrew Tregubov
10.17┆ Europe, 1993.© European Pressphoto Agency
10.18┆ Return home, May 1994.Credit: De Keerle © Sygma
10.19┆Arriving in Yaroslavi (final stop before Moscow). July 1994Credit: Y. Baryshev
10.20┆ Moscow, 1995.Credit: Viktor Akhlomov
10.21┆ Mosow, 1995.Credit: L. Melikhov
10.22┆ Penza, 1995.Credit: Oleg Santalov
10.23┆ In Uglich.September 1996
10.24┆ Troitse-Lykovo (outskirts of Moscow), 1998.
10.25┆ Troitse-Lykovo, 1998.
10.26┆ Troitse-Lykovo, 2000.Credit: Pavel Kassin
10.27┆ Troitse-Lykovo, 2000.Credit: Pavel Kassin
10.28┆ Troitse-Lykovo, 2001.
10.29┆ Troitse-Lykovo, 2001.
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