Definición de Gulag en inglés:

Gulag

Saltos de línea: Gulag
Pronunciación: /ˈɡuːlaɡ
 
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sustantivo

1A system of labour camps maintained in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1955 in which many people died.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Aged twenty when the Nazis invaded Poland, Bardach escaped to join the Red Army but his subsequent criticism of the Stalinist regime led to a sentence of hard labour in the Gulag.
  • It was under Lenin's less-than-benevolent guidance that the secret police which eventually became the KGB was set up, as was the system of Gulags.
  • The research also found widespread ignorance when students were asked what were the Gulags in the Soviet Union.
1.1 (gulag) A camp in the Gulag system, or any political labour camp.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By the time Hiss was offering his secrets to Stalin's agents, the news about the gulags - vast concentration camps which slaughtered over 15 million innocent people - was out and beyond dispute.
  • Wasn't this the century that included millions of conscripts hunkered down in trenches, and millions more innocent civilians herded into gulags and concentration camps?
  • And when you talk about the gulags and the concentration camps in Pol Pot's regime, millions of people, innocent people, were killed by those regimes.

Origen

Russian, from G(lavnoe) u(pravlenie ispravitelʹno-trudovykh) lag(ereĭ) 'Chief Administration for Corrective Labour Camps'.

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