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Nazran Museum to Ingush and Chechen victims of oppression

North Caucasus Ingushetia Memorial to victims of Stalin oppression in Nazran 2

Nazran, Ingushetia – Memorial complex dedicated to the Ingush and Chechen victims of Stalinist political oppression.

The monument was erected in early 1998, on the anniversary of the 1944 deportation (which killed almost half of the population). The hosts of the opening ceremony were Ruslan Aushev, Ingushetia’s president, and Aslan Mashadov,  Chechnya’s then president.

Ayshet Daurbekova "Black Wednesday"

Ayshet Daurbekova “Black Wednesday”

 

Rare photo of victims of deportations

Rare photo of victims of deportations

"Road of Death" - reenactment of deportation to Central Asia, when people died of cold/hunger and bodies were thrown out of the train

“Road of Death” – reenactment of deportation scenes, when people died of cold/hunger and bodies were thrown out of the train

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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