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Supervisor of Chernigov floodgate, part of the Mariinskii Canal system. (Prokudin-Gorskii Collection/LOC) #Laying concrete for the dam's sluice, 1912.Workers and supervisors pose for a photograph amid preparations for pouring cement for sluice dam foundation across the Oka River near Beloomut.He used a specialized camera to capture three black and white images in fairly quick succession, using red, green and blue filters, allowing them to later be recombined and projected with filtered lanterns to show near true color images.The high quality of the images, combined with the bright colors, make it difficult for viewers to believe that they are looking 100 years back in time - when these photographs were taken, neither the Russian Revolution nor World War I had yet begun.Sadly, his parents say they have been aware that their son was tortured from the very first days of his imprisonment."But we have never decided before to make public the facts of torture against our son – partly because of fear that it might make his life in prison even worse, and partly because we believed that we could succeed in stopping torture against our son through addressing existing mechanisms for remedy in Uzbekistan," they said.Well, as Susan Corke, Senior Program Manager for Eurasia at Freedom House put it in a recent blog post, "The fact that this question needed to be asked is a worrisome sign for U. moral authority." The Uzbek regime’s use of boiling and other torture techniques has been well documented, and it is hardly a “thing of the past,” as the State Department official asserted at the briefing.The State Department’s own human rights report on Uzbekistan for 2010 noted that “torture and abuse were common” and cited allegations involving a range of sadistic methods: “Guards routinely raped the prisoners with a club, subjected prisoners to enemas with red pepper solutions, and beat their heels until they bled.” Freedom house was among 20 human rights groups who appealed to Clinton regarding such human rights concerns as restrictions on military aid were lifted.
The Forbidden City issued a statement on Monday saying that the photographer did not inform them prior to the shooting and the staff had tried to stop the shoot.
Google Map, (Prokudin-Gorskii Collection/LOC) #Isfandiyar Jurji Bahadur, Khan of the Russian protectorate of Khorezm (Khiva, now a part of modern Uzbekistan), full-length portrait, seated outdoors, ca. Google Map, (Prokudin-Gorskii Collection/LOC) #A closer detail view of Isfandiyar, Khan of the Russian protectorate of Khorezm.