Russia: Pavlik Morozov

Window on Eurasia writes about the 75th anniversary of Pavlik Morozov's death: “The anniversaries of Beslan, Khasavyurt and Kondopoga have attracted more attention this year, but as in the past, a small group of Russians met on Sunday to commemorate Pavlik Morozov, the young man killed by his relatives after turning in his parents during collectivization on September 3, 1932.”

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