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Disaster Casualties Visualization Tool: The Novocherkassk massacre: 1962

26 Dead Men and Women

The Novocherkassk massacre refer to the killing of 26 protesters in a labor strike of a locomotive building plant in Novocherkassk, Soviet Union in 1962.

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Mouse-over body descriptions are randomly generated, intended to inject humanity into the raw number of dead. It cannot accurately represent the actual people who died in the tragedy.

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