Bolshevik Nikolai Bukharin Executed in Moscow by Firing Squad in Great Purge Hot

Bolshevik Nikolai Bukharin Executed in Moscow by Firing Squad in Great Purge

Nikolai Bukharin, 1929
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Nikolai Bukharin is executed by firing squad in Moscow.

One of the earliest and most influential of the Bolshevik revolutionaries, Bukharin has such a severe falling out with Josef Stalin that he is accused of many crimes during the Great Purges and killed.

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