On 3 January 2021 Mikhail ROGACHOV passed away in St Petersburg. He created “the best Book of Remembrance in Russia, the Komi Republic’s “Repentance” Martyrology,” commented Anatoly Razumov and referred to his deceased colleague as “A wonderful person, a wonderful historian.”
Mikhail ROGACHOV (born Riga 1952; died 2021 of Covid-19 in Kronstadt hospital)
Mikhail Rogachov (died 3 January 2021)
A sad loss. For years the historian Mikhail ROGACHOV studied the history of the Gulag in the Komi Republic (Northwest Russia) and was compiler, author and editor of the Pokayanie Fund’s Book of Remembrance, Repentance: The Komi Republic’s Martyrology of the Victims of Mass Political Repression.
This website was launched in October 2017. Today it contains over 300 posts and pages.
Two days (or six months) ago, the Dmitriev Affair entered its fifth year. Noting a sharp recent increase in the number of hits and visitors the website receives, it seemed a good time to give it a thorough overhaul, improving the way an ever-expanding mass of information is organised and presented.
Russian attempts to discredit Yury DMITRIEV are proving increasingly futile, writes Halya Coynash. On 10 December the renowned historian of the Soviet Terror and head of the Karelia branch of the Memorial Society was named as one of the 15 laureates of the prestigious Franco-German Prize for Human Rights for 2020.
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