• SOVIET UNION
: Most estimates from reputed scholars and historians tend to range from between 20 and 60 million deaths from executions, imprisonment in gulags, forced deportation, and deliberately created famine.
: 40–70 million people killed through starvation, forced labour and executions.
• NORTH KOREA
: 100,000 executions, 1.5 million deaths through concentration camps and slave labor, 500,000 deaths from forced famine.
: Combined effects of executions, forced labor, and starvation caused the deaths of 1 to 3 million people during his four-year premiership. This amounts to 25 percent of the Cambodian population.
: It is estimated that some 50,000 to 900,000 people perished in campaigns against wealthy farmers and landowners, and political opponents. Entire classes of people were targeted for murder and torture in an arbitrary manner, following a quota of four to five percent established by the ruling class.
: Communist dictator of Albania executed thousands and sent hundreds of thousands of "enemies of the state" to camps modeled after Stalin's gulags.
: 10,000 political executions, many more have died as political prisoners; 35,000 to 50,000 died attempting to flee by sea; political arrest is common, 5,000 were reported in the first 9 months of 2012 alone; witnesses report torture of prisoners.
: Between 60,000 and 300,000 people are thought to have been killed in Romania beginning in 1945 as part of agricultural collectivization and political repression.
• EAST GERMANY
: Between 80,000 and 100,000 people were killed in East Germany beginning in 1945 as part of political repression by the Soviet Union.
: Between 31,000 and 100,000 people were killed in Bulgaria as a result of political repression.