Through the Red Gate: (2008) (50 min.)

“Peter Bargen was just seven-years-old when he and his family narrowly escaped the Russian Gulag and almost certain death. Those relatives who remained in the USSR were not so fortunate. During Joseph Stalin’s reign (1929-1953), between 45 and 60-million people, among them thousands of Mennonites, perished through enforced exile, execution, famine and disease. Now, in a story that crossed continents and binds together generations, the discovery of a cache of rare and long-forgotten letters reveals the terrifying details of the Bargen family’s fate.”

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