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Was the deportation of the Chechen and Ingush populations (carried out in 1944) covered in the media of the Allied powers?

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    You should include the research you've already done to prevent others just repeating information you already know.
    – Steve Bird
    May 18 at 7:29
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    it was a lot harder to know about such things, and to report them in a timely manner back then May 18 at 7:47
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    How would they know? May 18 at 9:15
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    @NeMo - Perhaps, but "at some point" it becomes more of an interest to historians than journalists.
    – T.E.D.
    May 18 at 15:15
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    Here is a suggestion: Take a look at the book "The Moscow correspondents: reporting on Russia from the Revolution to Glasnost" by Whitman Bassow, specifically Chapter 5 about the reporting from USSR by foreign journalists during WWII (you can borrow the book for free from archive.org). You will get a pretty good idea on restrictions imposed by Soviets on their movement and on what they could report and what subjects they wanted to report about. May 19 at 20:32

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