Archbishop Jan Cieplak, head of the Catholic Church in Russia, imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Bolsheviks, but released in 1924 after an international outcry
|Caption||Archbishop Jan Cieplak (1857-1926), head of the Catholic Church in Russia, imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Bolsheviks, but released in 1924 after an international outcry. Illustration from Histoire des Soviets (Paris, c1925).|
|Artist||French School (20th Century)|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn / Rosenberg Collection|
|Keywords||history historical politics 1920s Soviet Union USSR Russia Russian portrait religion religious Christianity persecution clergyman suppression repression archbishop Jan Cieplak Catholic church imprisoned|
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