Idézetek A. Szolzsenyicintől Alekszandr Szolzsenyicin fiával szemben: annak ban megjelent műve, a Gulág-szigetcsoport miatt hazaárulónak Solzhenitsyn: When I was in the gulag I would sometimes even write on stone walls. ápr. Alekszandr Iszajevics Szolzsenyicin ( dec. ), Nobel-díjas A Gulag szigetcsoport a kommunizmus áldozatainak állít emléket. Minden. Book subcategory, History books. Author, Alekszandr Szolzsenyicin. Publisher, Európa. Year of publication, ISBN,

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Alexander Isayevich, when we came in we found you at work. What do you derive your strength from? I have always had that inner drive, since my birth. And I have always devoted myself gladly to work — to work and to the struggle. There are four tables in this space alone.

In your new book “My American Years,” which will be published in Germany this fall, you recollect that you used to write even while walking in the forest.

When I was in the gulag I would sometimes even write on stone walls. I used to write on scraps of paper, then I memorized the contents and destroyed the scraps.

I would often think: Whatever the outcome is going to be, let it be. And then things would turn out all right. It looks like some good came out of it. Szigetscoport am not sure you were of the same opinion when in February the military secret service arrested Captain Solzhenitsyn in Eastern Prussia.

Because, in his letters from the front, Solzhenitsyn was unflattering szigeycsoport Josef Stalin, and the sentence for that was eight years in the prison camps.

It was south of Wormditt. I was always optimistic. And I held to and was guided by my views.

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Of course, my szihetcsoport developed in the course of time. But I have always believed in what I did and never acted against my conscience.

Thirteen years ago when you returned from exile, you were disappointed to see the new Russia. You aleksszandr down a prize proposed by Gorbachev, and you also refused to accept an award Yeltsin wanted to give you. Yet now you have accepted the State Prize which was awarded to you by Putin, the former head of the FSB intelligence agency, whose predecessor the KGB persecuted and denounced you so cruelly. How does this all fit together?


I replied that Szolzsebyicin was unable to receive an award from a government that had led Russia into such dire straits. The current State Prize is awarded not by the president personally, but by a community of top experts. The Council on Science that nominated me for the award and the Ezolzsenyicin on Culture that supported the idea include some of the most highly respected people of the country, all of them authorities in their respective disciplines.

The president, as head of state, awards the laureates on the national holiday. In accepting the award I expressed the hope that the bitter Russian experience, which I have been studying and describing szigetcsopott my life, will be for us a lesson that keeps us from new disastrous szitetcsoport.

Vladimir Putin — yes, he was an officer of the intelligence services, but he was not a KGB investigator, nor was he the head of a camp in the gulag. As for service in foreign intelligence, that is not a negative in any country — sometimes it even draws praise.


All your life you have called on the authorities to repent for the millions of victims of the gulag and communist terror. Was this call really heard? I have grown used to the fact that, throughout the world, public repentance szolzsenycin the most unacceptable option for the modern politician. The current Russian president says the collapse of the Soviet Union was the largest geopolitical disaster of the 20th century. He says it is high time to stop this masochistic brooding over the past, alekezandr since there are attempts “from outside,” as he puts it, to provoke an unjustified remorse among Russians.

The elder political generation in communist countries was not ready for repentance, while the new generation is only too happy to szolzzsenyicin grievances and level accusations, with present-day Moscow a convenient target. They behave as if they heroically liberated themselves and lead a new life now, while Moscow has remained communist. Nevertheless, I dare hope that this unhealthy phase will soon be over, that all the peoples who have lived through communism will understand that communism is to blame for the bitter pages of their history.


If we could all take a sober look at our history, then we would no longer see this nostalgic attitude to the Soviet past that predominates now among the less affected part of our society. Nor would the Eastern European countries and former USSR republics feel the need to see in historical Russia the source of their misfortunes.

One should not ascribe the evil deeds of individual leaders or political regimes to an innate fault of the Russian people and their country.

All these regimes in Russia szolzsenyicij only survive by imposing a bloody terror. We should clearly understand that only the voluntary and conscientious acceptance by a people of its guilt can ensure the healing of a nation.

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