On February 23, 1944, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin ordered the Chechens and their Ingush neighbors -- some 400,000 people -- to be deported to Central Asia and Siberia for "mass collaboration" with invading Nazis.
One of the world's least-known societies, Iraqi Kurdistan, is under ongoing genocidal attack by Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. British filmmaker Gwynne Roberts shot inside Iraqi Kurdistan for five years to prepare this unique report on a group who may play a crucial role, equivalent to that of Afghanistan's Northern Alliance, in any military attempt to overthrow Saddam's bloody regime.
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