“A year before deportation”, showed the life of the Tatars in Crimea until Stalin’s repressions

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Rare photos 1943 the daily life of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea made a year before the beginning of Stalinist repression.

Photos published Krimsky blog.

“A year later, on the orders of Stalin, all Crimean Tatars deported on charges of collaborationism. The link will die from hunger and disease to 46% of the Crimean Tatars (according to activists of the Crimean Tatar movement). Subsequently, the deportation of the Crimean Tatars were recognized as illegal and criminal”, – stated in the message.

Crimean Tatars in the occupied Peninsula will not participate in the election of the President of Russia. “I am confident that our people will not participate in the vote, despite the repression, and even more so seeing that against almost every family today are satisfied with terror. In such a situation, the people mobilized and will protest to Express their attitude towards these elections”, – said the Deputy Chairman of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz.