Dr. David Duke, respected, long-time advocate for White Europeans, had the following to say on Solzhenitsyn back in 2005:
"A couple of years ago he wrote a book called Together for Two Hundred Years (sic) about the Jewish experience in Russia. It included mention of the Jewish role in the Bolshevik terror. Although he was quite soft-spoken in his book, in many ways he does lay wide-open the still suppressed story of the prominent Jewish role in the Bolshevik revolution and especially the Jewish role in the genocide of Christians, intelligentsia, and other potential enemies of the Soviet. Solzhenitsyn says very emphatically that even with all their complaints of social suppression by the Soviet apparatus in the 50s and 60s, they hide their prominent role in the horrors and genocides of the earlier decades."
Before the release of the aforementioned title, came his classic, three-volume, non-fiction work The Gulag Archipelago, written between 1958 and 1968. It was first published in 1973, followed by an English translation the following year. It covers the horrid conditions of the Soviet Union's Gulags and details his own experience within this prison system as well.
Secret History: The Gulag Archipelago details the creation of Solzhenitsyn's ground-breaking series that would later find itself part of Russia's public school curriculum.
It was one of the most important books of the twentieth century. This is the account of how Solzenhitzyn and a team of helpers exercised great caution to avoid being detected by the communist regime in order to smuggle his work into the West.