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Dec 08

Red Terror on the Amber Coast

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium

Red Terror on the Amber Coast documents the fifty-year-long struggle between the people of Lithuania and the Soviet KGB and their predecessors to impose Soviet control on a free and democratic, Western republic.  Using filmed interviews, archival photos and newsreel footage, it describes Stalin's use of state-sponsored terror to destroy opposition, collectivize agriculture and industry, and create a single social class all under party control.  Some interviews record the long-term, armed resistance by organized partisans to the KGB and its troops.  Others describe their experiences - as adults and children - of arrest, imprisonment, deportation to Siberia and the Arctic coast, and years as slave laborers in the mines and forests of the Far East.

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Featuring Introductory Remarks by:
H.E. Audrius Bruzga
Ambassador of Lithuania

and a discussion following the 60-minute screening with:
Kenneth Gumbert
Director,

David O'Rourke
Writer/Producer

Hosted By

Lee Edwards, Ph.D. Lee Edwards, Ph.D.

Distinguished Fellow in Conservative Thought, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics Read More