Two Hundred Years Together

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

Language: English


Two Hundred Years Together (or 200 Years Together) is book written by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, a well-known Soviet dissident and the 1970 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. It deals with the roles played by Jews in the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, after a major part of Poland became a Russian possession in the partitions of 1772-93, which greatly increased the Russian Jewish population. This is an English translation of the Russian original.