Welcome to the Melgrosh Repression database. This database contains information about the nature of repression in the Soviet Era. Please click below for a more in-depth discussion:
* Please note that this section of the site is currently under construction.
Old version of the website is available here
Please click below for an administrative history of and officials involved in:
Please click below for data on the scale chronology and type of:
Selected articles available:
- "Agency and Terror: Evdokimov and Mass Killing in Stalin's Great Terror", Australian Journal of Politics and History: Volume 53, Number 1, 2007, pp. 20-43. Special issue on Terror, War and Genocide edited by S.G. Wheatcroft and S. Welch.
- "Towards Explaining the Changing Levels of Stalinist Repression in the 1930s: Mass Killings, in S.G.Wheatcroft, ed., Challenging Traditional Views of Russian History, Macmillan/Palgrave 2002, pp. 110-144.
- "The Scale and Nature of Stalinist Repression and its Demographic Significance: On Comments by Keep and Conquest", Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 52, No. 6, 2000, pp. 1143-1159
- "Victims of Stalinism and the Soviet Secret Police: The Comparability and Reliability of the Archival Data - Not the Last Word" , Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 51, No. 2, 1999, pp. 315-345
- "A Further Note of Clarification on the Famine, the Camps and Excess Mortality", Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 49, no.3, 1997, pp. 503-5.
- "The scale and nature of German and Soviet Repression and mass-killings, 1930-1945", Europe and Asia Studies, Vol.48, no.8, 1996, pp. 1319-1353
- "More Light on the Scale of Repression and Excess Mortality in the Soviet Union in the 1930s", Soviet Studies, April 1990, pp. 355-367.