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All Posts Tagged With: "Chechnya"

Greetings from Grozny: Filmmaker Director Paul Mitchell

Paul Mitchell, the Emmy Award-winning director of GREETINGS FROM GROZNY, discusses his impressions of the situation in Chechnya.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Personal Narrative: Women of Grozny – Zhenya Morozova

Zhenya belonged to the small contingent of old Russian men and women who were incapable of leaving Chechnya because they either didn’t have the money or the strength.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Personal Narrative: Women of Grozny – Elza Duguyeva

I met her on Moscow Street. She was walking along nimbly, or as nimbly as her shabby rubber galoshes permitted. Two even shabbier children trailed behind her dragging a cart with three and a half wheels, full of old iron. Elza would collect scrap in the ruins and gouge the aluminium components out of it.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Personal Narrative: Women of Grozny – Introduction

While distributing humanitarian aid in Grozny in 2000, Czech journalist Petra Procházková conducted a wide range of interviews with women who wanted to describe to the outside world what life in Chechnya had become.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Interview with Ambassador Steven Pifer

Ambassador Steven Pifer discusses Chechnya with host Daljit Dhaliwal.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Data: Chechnya, History, and Grozny

History of relationship between Chechnya and Russia.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Fighting for Chechnya: Is Islam a Factor?

At the start of armed resistance to the Russians, many Chechens looked for inspiration to their history or to the war against the Russians in Afghanistan.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Introduction

(July 25, 2002) The ruined cityscape of Grozny, Chechnya and the scarred roads and fields of the countryside bear witness to a conflict that has been marked both by brutal occupation and terrorist resistance. This film is a journey that leads the viewer behind the lines on both sides, and into the hearts of civilians and soldiers alike.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments

Greetings from Grozny: Explore Chechnya’s Turbulent Past: 1944: Deportation

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.

Jul 25th, 2002 | Comments
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