Joseph Stalin -Nikolai Yezhov, walking with Stalin in the top photo from the 1930s, was killed in 1940. Following his execution, Yezhov was edited out of the photo by Soviet censors.[44] Such retouching was a common occurrence during Stalin's rule.- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nikolai Yezhov - In the original version of this photo (top), Yezhov is clearly visible on the right of the photograph. The later version (bottom) was altered by censors, removing all trace of his presence. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nikolai Yezhov erased from Stalin's biography pictures

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With and without Nikolai Yezhov.

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Voroshilov, Molotov, Stalin, with Nikolai Yezhov - Iosif Stalin - Wikipedia

Nikolai Yezhov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nikolai Yezhov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fake - Photo-editing wasn't just limited to glorifying or adding to actual history, it has also been used to erase history as well. Russian Premier Josef Stalin was notorious for airbrushing people out of pictures when he no longer had use for them. In this example from 1930, a commissar is out of sight soon after being out of Stalin's mind.

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Censors removed Commissar Nikolai Yezhov from this photograph with Stalin. Yezhov was executed in

Nikolai Yezhov - Wikipedia

Nikolai Yezhov - Wikipedia

Nikolai Yezhov, the young man strolling with Joseph Stalin to his right, was shot in 1940. He was edited out from a photo by Soviet censors. Such retouching was a common occurrence during Stalin's reign.

1984 Real examples of government phot-retouching. Nikolai Yezhov, the young man strolling with Joseph Stalin to his right, was shot in He was edited out from a photo by Soviet censors. Such retouching was a common occurrence during Stalin's reign.

Soviet dictator Josef Stalin (center) and Soviet secret police head Nikolai Yezhov (right) walk near Moscow in 1937, the same year Yezhov signed Order No. 00447, which began the Great Terror.

Soviet dictator Josef Stalin (center) and Soviet secret police head Nikolai Yezhov (right) walk near Moscow in 1937, the same year Yezhov signed Order No. 00447, which began the Great Terror.

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