He contributes to a multi-volume history of the Communist Party and is later called a Trotsky sympathizer.
Eugenia Semyonovna Ginzburg
She is a loyal Communist Party member and teacher who is falsely accused of terrorism.
A member of the State Security who appears at Ginzburg's hearings at Black Lake.
A biologist who is Ginzburg's cellmate at Butyrki Prison.
This young graduate student was falsely accused of belonging to a conservative group was imprisoned for the crime.
The wealthy twenty-two year old daughter of a railroad magnate.
He is responsible for Ginzburg being labeled a terrorist.
He is assassinated on December 1, 1934, in Leningrad.
He is a leading Party member of the Tartar Province Committee and is often away on business.
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