Behind Bars September 28

Behind Bars September 28 - BehindBars 19:14 Tattoos...

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Behind Bars 19:14 Tattoos Symbolized prisoner’s status Tattoos and branding have been a form of punishment identification for centuries Became a part of the prisoner’s identity in the Gulag Didn’t become widespread in non-prisoners until after WWI Detailed tattoos were very hard to get, and can be found on all (really) parts of the body MIR- peace, world, (Only shooting will reform me)
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course SLAV 1225 taught by Professor Erinalpert during the Fall '11 term at Pittsburgh.

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