UNIQUE Ukrainian Archive KGB Document of Amnesty Participants Uprising, 1922.
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The text is describe situation in Ukraine at that period. It has a few stamps including stamp TOP SECRET. The document has never been published and never seen by people.
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WIKIPEDIA: The Red Terror was a period of political repression and mass killings carried out by Bolsheviks after the beginning of the Russian Civil War in 1918. The term is usually applied to Bolshevik political repression during the whole period of the Civil War (1917-1922), as distinguished from the White Terror carried out by the White Army (Russian monarchists) against their political enemies (including the Bolsheviks). The Cheka (the Bolshevik secret police) carried out the repressions of the Red Terror. Estimates for the total number of people killed during the Red Terror for the initial period of repression are at least 10,000.
Estimates for the total number of victims of Bolshevik repression vary widely. One source asserts that the total number of victims of repression and pacification campaigns could be 1.3 million, whereas another gives estimates of 28,000 executions per year from December 1917 to February 1922. The most reliable estimations for the total number of killings put the number at about 100,000, whereas others suggest a figure of 200,000.