Russia’s War on Terror

For the tsarist regime, Siberia was a ‘vast prison without a roof’, where thousands of revolutionaries and political opponents were exiled. It became, as Daniel Beer explains, a laboratory of the Russian Revolution.

Russian exiles on a march in a snowstorm, English engraving, 1882.

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