Nikita Petrov

is a Russian historian, philosopher (Ph.D.) and human rights activist. He is Vice-president of the Russian association Memorial and a researcher of the period of Stalinist repressions within the USSR and against the nations of Eastern and Central Europe. He is the author of many books, e.g. “Stalin’s Dogs” – a story about Joseph Stalin’s closest associates.

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