Martyrology of Liberty: Nicholas Kiyko

Kiyko Nikolai (zhn. 1902, c. Gorodeya Nesvizhsky pav. Minsk province. -?), Museum workers. In 1930-35 was a Fellow of the Museum of the Revolution. 02/12/1935 arrested on charges of counterrevolutionary activities. Convicted 07.01.1936 3 years in prison. Punishment served in Uhtpechlag (Vorkuta and Chybyu Komi ASSR). Upcoming fate is unknown. 30/05/1989 rehabilitated. Cr. NARB, RBIs. Lit.: Guzhalovsky A. Museums of Belarus (1918-1941 g). — Moscow, 2002.
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On September 1, on the website of the "martyrdom of Belarus" printed biyagramy victims of communist repression — only about 60 thousand names of people who were killed, prisoners in concentration camps, sent from Belarus during the Russian terror.
Once a day, from September 1 to December 10 — a day or Global Human Rights — the air of "Freedom" we remember one name, remembers one life, tells of one lot with hundreds of thousands, dangling by the communist regime.
Lists of victims — the website martyraloh.org — are available through the website svaboda.org.

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