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Inta – pilsēta, kas būvēta uz cilvēku kauliem
Inta – a town built on human bones. Bijušais Intas ieslodzītais Alfreds Geidāns rāda namus, kas būvēti uz ieslodzīto kauliem. 1990.g. ieraksts. 04:52.

 Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments.

Inta – pilsēta, kas būvēta uz cilvēku kauliem (2)
Alfreds Geidāns turpina stāstījumu. 05:34
Former Gulag places visited by Latvian survivors in 1990.
Inta is a coal mining town in the Komi Republic, Russia. It had its origin in one of the more notorious forced labour camps of the Gulag which was established in 1930-ties.

Inta (Komi). Former forced labour camps Alfreds Geidāns stāsta par ieslodzīto ikdienu un bēgšanas mēģinājumiem. 1989.g. ieraksts. 08:59.
Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments.

Former Gulag places visited by Latvian survivors in 1989.

Survivor Alfred Geidans tells about everyday’s life of prisoners and some attempts to escape.

Abez (Komi)
Komunisma upuru apbedījumu vietas, kur guļ simti tūkstoši nomocītie. 05:48. Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments.

Abez – mass cemetery where hundreds thousands victims of Communism are buried

Vorkuta (3)
Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments. Filma uzņemta Alfreda Geidāna 1989. un 1990.g. organizētajās ekspedīcijās. Ieslodzīto dzeja. Lietuviešu aktīvists stāsta par viņa dēla noslepkavošanu. Bijušais ieslodzītais Jēkabs Kairens un noslēpto dokumentu meklēšana.

Vorkuta (4)
06:25  Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments. 1953. gada sacelšanās. Apšaušanas.

1953 was a remarkable year in the history of the Gulag. That year the Soviet leadership was faced by major rebellions at three camp complexes: Karaganda, Vorkuta and Norilsk. These dramatic revolts, the details and scope of which are still not well known, shook the foundation of the Soviet system. These events have special importance to the Baltic States because many Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians were imprisoned in these camps and because Baltic nationals took a prominent part in the revolts. Baltic prisoners were also among the casualties when the revolts were brutally suppressed.

Soviet Vorkuta
05:36. Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments.

Former Gulag places visited by Latvian researchers in 1990

Vorkuta. Upuru apbedījumi. Piemiņas krusta izgatavošana un uzstādīšana, ko organizēja Alfreds Geidāns 1990. gadā. 07:18. Videofilmas Inta-Vorkuta (1990) fragments.

Former Gulag places visited by Latvian researchers in 1990.of Gulag victims. Building up memorial cross

Piemiņas zīmes – krusta uzstādīšana Vjatlagā
09:06
Filmas “Ekspedīcija Vjatlags – Usoļlags” beigu daļa.

All his life Ilmars Knagis had been disturbed by thoughts about his fathers contribution and that of thousands of other Latvians who had established the independent State of Latvia, but whose remains were now scattered and forgotten in a strange and hostile country. Thus, in August 1995, in the former death camp territories of Vyatlag and Usollag, six-meter high crosses, cut from pine trees were erected. In the foundations of these crosses urns with sand from Latvia and plaques with the inscription To the citizens of Latvia – victims of communist terror in Latvian, Russian, and English were entombed.

Vjatlagā ieslodzītais ārsts S.Čamanis
04:36  Fragments no videofilmas “Ekspedīcija Vjatlags – Usoļlags”. (1995)

Masu demonstrācijas Latvijas okupēšanas gadadienā 1989. g. 17. jūnijā.
June 17, 1989. Mass demonstrations in Riga against Soviets.

5:35



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