‘Death Island’: Britain’s ‘concentration camp’ in Russia

‘Death Island’: Britain’s ‘concentration camp’ in Russia

Marina Titova lays a carnation on a grave stone on Mudyug IslandImage copyright ALEKSEY SUHANOVSKYImage caption Marina Titova lays a carnation in memory of her great-great-uncle who died on Mudyug

When British soldiers were sent to Russia after the Russian Revolution their main enemies were the Germans – their opponents in World War One – but they also found themselves fighting and imprisoning Bolsheviks. In the process they opened what Russians regard as…

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