Nikolai Yezhov at the shore of the Moskwa-Wolga-Channel  

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Nikolai Yezhov at the shore of the Moskwa-Wolga-Channel before and after
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Nikolai Yezhov at the shore of the Moskwa-Wolga-Channel[1][2] is a group photograph famous for its photo manipulation. After Nikolai Yezhov was tried and executed in 1940, he was erased between 1939-1991 from this image. This[3] is the before and after composition.

The original version depicts Kliment Voroshilov, Vyacheslav Molotov, Stalin and Nikolai Yezhov at the shore of the Moskwa-Wolga-Channel.

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