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Sergey Lazo - Honor in the Service of the Revolution

Sergey Lazo - Honor in the Service of the Revolution

7 March (23 February) 1894 was born a warlord, member of the civil war in Primorye Sergey G. Lazo (1894 - May 1920).

At the turn of the 19-20 of centuries, the Russian Empire was experiencing hard times, not only the epoch changed, the state itself changed. Its essence was completely different by the first quarter of the new 20 century. Together with the breaking of the fundamental foundations of government, the worldview of people also changed. It was one of the bloodiest and hardest periods of ours. storiesbut it was also the exit of the country to a new stage of development. Many will argue that the revolution was the Empire is not needed, but this opinion can not be considered true. Any global process always ripens deeply in the roots of a political system, and if its development has begun, it will inevitably result in some significant event. The revolution, whether it is bad or good, could not but be accomplished, since objective reality itself required it. We will not discuss the consequences of the activities of the Bolsheviks, but turn to the real personalities of that time in order to understand what our homeland lived and breathed in this difficult time.

In 1894, in a rich Lazo family, a boy was born who was expected to have a happy future and a long comfortable life. Bessarabia was one of the blessed corners of the empire, so Sergei Lazo spent his carefree adolescence days among lush gardens in an atmosphere of peace and well-being. Like any child from a wealthy noble family, Sergey Georgievich studied at a higher educational institution. Parents expected from their son diligent study at the St. Petersburg Institute of Technology, and then at the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of the prestigious Imperial Moscow University, but the young man was burning with ideas of democracy and equality. His thoughts were wholly captured by Marx and Engels, and his heart was striving for revolutionary-minded youth.

According to contemporaries, Sergey Georgievich was a modest, cheerful and benevolent man. His eyes glowed with enthusiasm, but as soon as he spoke on the subject of government and class struggle, steel began to sound in his voice. He was a man of very firm convictions, principled and noble to the depths of his soul. A heightened sense of justice and selfless loyalty to the fatherland determined his entire fate.

Fortunately, fragments of photographs of that time are preserved. On the yellowed, wasted pictures of time, you can see a young boy in an inconspicuous military uniform of that period. His slightly plump cheeks and large eyes, framed by thick dark eyebrows, do not at all correspond to the image of brave officers who terrified their enemies. Lazo was surprisingly natural, perhaps it was precisely this that allowed him to subsequently gain infinite trust from his subordinates, who not only carried out all his commands, but also were ready to die for their commander.

Lazo belonged to the elite component of the revolutionaries, but was no less faithful to his ideas and, perhaps, more sincere in his desire to create a better state and society. From 1916, a young nobleman was mobilized into the army, where he was given the rank of ensign, and then lieutenant. Lazo received the high title, however, not at all due to his noble birth, but as a result of the successful graduation of the Alexander Infantry School.

It was in the army that the political activity of Sergey Georgievich began in the party of the Social Revolutionaries.

In the 15 Siberian reserve rifle regiment, Lazo meets with political exiles. His romantic nature is quickly fascinated by the ideas of equality and justice, and his strong character makes him one of the most ardent commanders who promote republican ideas. As an officer of the 10-th company, he actively conducts revolutionary propaganda among the repaired and already during the February events clearly show their position. In the first revolution, Lazo was one of the first officers to defend the council of workers' deputies in Krasnoyarsk. In addition, it was he who arrested the local administration: the governor of Gololobov and other officials of the local opposition administration.

Already in 1917, Sergey Georgievich has such confidence from the population that he is elected as a deputy to the city council, and during the October revolution takes power in Krasnoyarsk under his control. In many ways, the successful seizure of the telegraph and other administrative buildings in Krasnoyarsk, Lazo owed his soldiers and the respect they had for him.

Sergey Georgievich, despite his young age, was a highly respected commander. Educated, ambitious, strong, with leadership qualities, he was the epitome of the perfect red officer. He saw the leader of the Russian revolution only once in his twenty years, but for a long time he retained his image in his heart and words in memory. Decisiveness and devotion to the ideas of the revolution allowed him to become the author of a historical telegram about the triumph of Soviet power in Krasnoyarsk. After a short work in the soldiers section, Lazo is nominated to become a member of Tsentrosibiri, and he remains in Irkutsk.

The end of 1917 of the year is considered the beginning of the civil war, in which Sergey Georgievich sided with the Bolsheviks and participated in the suppression of the rebels in Omsk and Irkutsk. Successful actions to block the first unrest made Lazo the commandant of Irkutsk. A heightened sense of justice and revolutionary romance has repeatedly come up against counter incomprehension. The young man of noble blood fought for the right of the peasant and worker to live and work freely, and also rejected not only the king, but also the entire capitalist world, to which, in fact, he himself belonged.

In February 1918, the Bolsheviks trusted Lazo Trans-Baikal army, aimed at fighting the gangs of counter-revolutionary Semenov. The civil war covers the whole country with its flames, and the loyalty and authority of the red commanders is the only thing that Moscow hopes for in this terrible and bloody battle. The main task of the young commander in chief was to inflict a crushing defeat on the counter-revolutionary movement in a given territory. Simultaneously with his appointment, Sergei Georgievich joined the ranks of the Bolsheviks, forever abandoning the political program and convictions of the Social Revolutionaries.

However, the power of the Soviet government in the East was not as strong as in the central regions of Russia. In 1918, the councils finally lost their influence in the territory, and Lazo went underground. In order to justify Sergey Georgievich’s commanding qualities, it should be said that he couldn’t defeat his enemy Semenov in principle. First, the Trans-Baikal army consisted mainly of proletarians, poor people, and the local poor who were not accustomed to carry out the tasks assigned and to obey orders. In addition, the contingent had the character of a criminal, to eliminate which in a short time was simply impossible. Secondly, the population of the Far East more supported Semenov’s counter-revolutionary views, since for the most part it consisted of well-to-do peasants, whose position was much easier than in the Central Region. As a result, the army was defeated, but Lazo was able to escape.

In the period of confrontation with Semenov's gang, Sergey Georgievich met his love. Black-browed, beautiful Khokhlushka - this is how contemporaries describe Commander Lazo’s wife. Olga Grabova became his wife shortly before the army was clamped into the ring. Together the spouses fled and began underground work.

There were legends about Sergey Georgievich's eloquence. Yes, it was not for nothing that the institute was finished, and then the university, it was not for nothing that mountains of books and magazines were read. Speaking Lazo knew how. For example, 31 January 1920, on the street of Vladivostok, sounded his famous speech about the Russian land and loyalty to it. Lazo spoke about how the Bolsheviks are fighting for a bright future for all, and not just in the interests of the propertied classes. Much was said then to the townspeople, and the words touched the heart of each. The speech had an effect on the audience, largely due to the fact that the speaker believed in what he was talking about. Kolchak's deputy Rozanov was overthrown.

For his successful partisan activities in the enemy’s territory, as well as for past successes, Sergey Georgievich receives a responsible post as deputy chairman of the Military Council of the Provisional Government in the Far East. However, the merits of Lazo were noticed not only by the Bolsheviks. For his head, an old opponent, Semenov, established a large reward, the killing of a young red officer was a matter of honor for the counterrevolutionaries.

In the 1920 year after the occupation of the Red Army units of Vladivostok, his former allies, the anarchists Nina Lebedeva and Jacob Tryapitsyn, actively intervene in the affairs of Lazo. These figures are very vividly described by contemporaries. Nina Lebedeva differed bad temper, rude habits with a criminal bias, as well as rudeness and pronounced stupidity. Contrary to the opinion of the young commander, they declare Vladivostok a Soviet Republic and begin to terrorize the local population. The criminalization of the decayed parts of the Trans-Baikal Army reaches its apogee. Most of the Red Army are bandits, frankly engaged in robbery, murder and violence.

In the city, according to some estimates, it was from 20 to 30 -thousands of Japanese soldiers, who in the early stages watched what was happening quite peacefully. However, after another bloody terror, which Lazo could not cope with, the Japanese command decided to stop what was happening. In respect of the commander in chief, an order was issued to arrest him and transfer him into the hands of the White Guards.

Sergey Georgievich made the main mistake - he allowed the anarchists to lead a distraught crowd into which the once valiant fighters of the Red Army had become. In addition, his short-sighted behavior on the eve of his arrest played a role. An entire regiment of Japanese soldiers was massacred in Nikolayevsk. Lazo, most likely, understood that in the near future, the local population, or interventionists based in the city, which were significantly superior to the Bolsheviks in number, would be forced to take retaliatory actions. However, he did not take care of his elementary security, and this determined the course of further events.

On the night of 5 on April 1920, Sergey Georgievich was arrested by Japanese soldiers, and already 9, together with Sibirtsev and Lutsky, was sent in an unknown direction. Sergey's wife, Olga, tried in vain to get information from the Japanese command about her husband's whereabouts; all the information turned out to be false and not confirmed. From this point on, the further fate of the young revolutionary can be judged only by conjectures and unverified testimonies.

It is believed that Lazo was handed over to the Japanese for a fee and burned alive in the furnace of a locomotive. However, today there are many different views on this matter. Someone, for example, argues that it is almost impossible to burn a living person in a firebox, because the hole for coal is too small. According to the testimony of an unknown machinist, they burned three people, wrapped in sackcloth, after their execution. In any case, the death of Lazo was associated with the actions of the White Guards and was in the nature of violence.

The memory of Lazo was immortalized in the national memory by a pedestal on which a locomotive of a later modification was mistakenly installed. As a result, many researchers have doubts about the veracity of the official interpretation of the death of the commander.

Today we consider the fate of Sergei Georgievich as one of the elements of the history of the civil war. True to the ideals of Bolshevism, Lazo did not think about the future, he simply served his Fatherland for the sake of that bright and fair future that was promised to him and in which he believed. The short 26 years of his life are devoted to the well-being of his country, and we can rightly be proud of our valiant ancestor who fought for the freedom and happiness of his people.
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  1. Amur
    Amur 7 March 2012 09: 18
    In the USSR, Sergey Lazo was a national hero; the new generation does not know him. In his youth, he watched a film about him, considered and consider him a fighter for a just cause. Perhaps he was an idealist, this is a moot point, but he was definitely a person with a capital letter.
  2. Prometey
    Prometey 7 March 2012 09: 42
    Still, while studying at school, having heard the story about S. Lazo and his burning in a steam locomotive, there were 2 questions at once: why in the furnace of the engine and most importantly - how is it possible to burn a living person in the furnace of the engine?
    1. Rodver
      Rodver 7 March 2012 12: 21
      In Soviet times and worse, myths were stamped. Ideology.
    2. Kibb
      Kibb 7 March 2012 23: 03
      Why exactly on ambrosaur? AND ON AMBRAZAUR DOTA? Can see you there? But it is unlikely ....
  3. Ahmedpomoev
    Ahmedpomoev 7 March 2012 10: 04
    "Sergei Lazo is an honor
    service of the revolution "-war against its people for the interests of the financial international heroism from nowadays? in my opinion the usual accomplice of enemies, like all these drunks, Chinese, Latvian riflemen, Lenins and others. behind the highest stood the Germans, the British, why the Russian revolution? is it just a blow to the rear during the war, sabotage activities against the enemy state. and someone praises the red-assed. Russians forgot about their people and novelized after the enemies
    1. bogdan
      bogdan 7 March 2012 10: 39
      Evona as mixed, "drunks, Chinese, Lenins", what kind of enemies ??? !!!, - own people, perhaps, Russia in the USSR was stronger than ever.
      1. Rodver
        Rodver 7 March 2012 12: 27
        Nonsense. In the USSR, the poorest and most impoverished were the Russian regions and territories that were part of the RSFSR, but the living conditions in the "fraternal Soviet republics", especially in the Baltic and the Caucasus, as well as in the so-called socialist countries, were an order of magnitude higher.
    2. Kibb
      Kibb 7 March 2012 23: 09
      forward to the square, where do you see yourself, at the computer or hanged on a pillar?
      1. Ahmedpomoev
        Ahmedpomoev 8 March 2012 13: 57
        Bogdan, why’s it bothering you? Read how the future red-asses rebelled when the Tsar introduced the Prohibition, are they not drunks? Yes they are the vanguard of the revolution .. the Latvians, Chinese and others were very revered red, since many Russians could not rip off their skin and slaughter the children, and these could. not their people, after all :) so I didn’t really bother here. all these people were among the Reds, probably there were normal ones, only they became enemies in any case, just like the white ones. both those and those betrayed the people and those and those are to blame :)
        the ussr was of course the strongest, so strong that in the blink of an eye it evaporated (when the real owners decided that this stage of dehydration was a success, shared your great sissyir without any problems) .. especially entertaining are the genocides of the ussr times, the genocide of the entire Russian people (a piquant moment, during Lenin's famine loved to select the remnants of the type of bread for the needs of the revolution and transfer it to Germany), the genocide of the Cossacks, peasants, priests ... it is especially interesting how the USSR interacted with wild peoples and jointly destroyed the Russians in the south (as now, when Russian farmers are cut out in the south and the lands are settled beloved by all of us highlanders), an interesting moment, the nationalization of women, I don't even know what to compare with, although it did not get massive, but the fact of ugliness is on the face, although now people are so depraved that they can say "yes, it's a normal topic." By the way, the fleet, by the way, is also the norms, apparently the topic ... well, okay.SSSR is a non-state that deified the Russians and served as a distributor of the ideas of Moses new republics and zero sense for us :)
  4. dobrovollets
    dobrovollets 7 March 2012 10: 50
    "It was one of the bloodiest and most difficult periods of our history, but it was also the country's entry into a new stage of development. Many will argue that the Empire did not need a revolution, but this opinion cannot be considered correct."
    At the beginning of the XNUMXth century, power in Russia was seized by a group of crooks who themselves were nothing if not for the most powerful support from the West, as well as the internal bestial hatred with which they burned for everything truly Russian. And this is unconditionally obvious from what they began to create in Russia, having gained power. Rivers of blood, tens of millions of victims. In general, in the first half of the XNUMXth century. by all indications a colony was created. The indigenous population is constantly subjected to repression, the economy is focused on the extraction and export of resources, all achievements are aimed only at strengthening power and do not bring any benefits to residents. Moreover, just as wagons with wealth went from Russia at the beginning of the reign of the new government, to this day everything that can be taken away from Russia flows from Russia. It returns back exactly as much as is necessary to maintain this system. And just as it all began with the destruction of the Russians, it continues to this day.
    1. cvet2010gordeeva
      7 March 2012 15: 12
      Most of these so-called "crooks" really believed in the "bright future" promised to them by the Bolsheviks. Lazo was just a boy and at the age of 26 he managed to become a real figure, and was ready to die for the future of the country. Perhaps he is to blame only for the fact that he could not cope with the unbridled crowd, called the army
    2. brr77
      brr77 7 March 2012 16: 39
      But what about a nuclear bomb, engineering plants, rocketry?
  5. Georg Shep
    Georg Shep 7 March 2012 12: 11
    It is possible that on a personal level, Lazo was an honest and decent man, but you can’t serve a system that was based on lies, falsehood, violence and is all saturated with international-Marxist hatred of Russia and the Russian People.
  6. Vlaleks48
    Vlaleks48 7 March 2012 16: 35
    Obviously the interlocutors lack information about that distant time.
    Yes, what was presented to us about the death of Sergei Lazo was an obvious "misinformation", but then, during the legend of the criminal Judeo-Bolshevik pack, headed by Blanks, Bronsteins and other "Russians", everything was fine.
    From the memoirs of contemporaries about Lazo, there was not one bad word, he was honest and decent.
    And his party comrades passed it.
    And he went to war with his own people. Many mistakes and errors, but even more honest people tried to benefit their homeland!

    And the country was called the Russian Empire!
  7. Magul8
    Magul8 7 March 2012 23: 08
    I am not a Bolshevik, but the reaction of many about that period makes everyone who forgot to include brains forgot how to remember.
    1. Ideologization, as well as de-ideologization, is inherent in all regimes. Some people think that now in the period of democracy one truth has finally come, let them remove the blinkers.
    2. History, it is as it is. If you always replace monuments to please new trends, be sure about your short memory in history.
    3. Revolutions took place in almost all countries of the world, but in my opinion no one but Russia so stigmatizes their Great Revolution.

    Maybe someone does not know that in Russia before the 17th revolution, the majority of the population was illiterate, that the working day did not last at all 8 hours, that the country was considered agrarian, that the whole world, and even the slightest hints about establishing social guarantees in their countries did not have.
    1. smile
      smile 9 March 2012 22: 12
      I support. I absolutely don't like to see how one myth-making is replaced by another. It is time to stop blackening your story, and if we talk about it, then without tantrums and sticking all kinds of labels.
  8. wk
    wk 8 March 2012 02: 45
    I was on a working steam locomotive, and although it was switched to fuel oil, the coal hole remained (a sliding gate, pulling one leaf, and the second also opens) the person easily passes, although the steam locomotive was of post-war release ..... but even where the hole less, anyway, a person must penetrate there, for periodic cleaning of the furnace from soot, this was considered the most dirty work .... given the sophistication of the Japanese, this method of execution is very possible.
  9. Ahmedpomoev
    Ahmedpomoev 8 March 2012 10: 51
    "1. Ideologization as
    deideologization is inherent
    all modes. "- by no means :) although if you consider Uvarov's" Orthodoxy, Autocracy, Narodnost "to be wildly ideology, then you have nothing to do on this site .. and so ideology is usually given to goyim. Moses Hess, the same teacher of Marx, beloved by many zombies, besides the ideas of communism, he was the founder of Zionism (Jewish Nazism), he said "it does not matter that we give the world a struggle of classes or races, the main thing is that Jewish patriotism remains. and the world appeared Hitler, Lenin, Stalin. the first being part of a Jew, part of someone there, being surrounded in fact by half Jews and having about 100 thousand Jews in his service, he powdered the brains of the Germans, calling them aryitsomi, introduced some kind of measurement of skulls, while calling the Iranians Aryans. He spoke about the bright future of the Germans, and he simply took advantage of them, he was a pawn of the financial international in the preparation and implementation of their plan for a world war. The same pawn were both the member and Stalin, the first stupidly considered the Russians for cattle, well, he died like all Satanists very painfully, and the second is generally others call him, "savior", "our everything", "from a hoe to an atomic bomb (the comparison is appropriate, because an atomic bomb is an ideal agricultural tool), when they say about Stalin that, well, how would he destroy Orthodoxy, people get up on their hind legs and say "he defended Orthodoxy by destroying thousands of churches and priests", others say "he created a dependent ROC and was better than the Tsars in this matter" and in general about hunger and hunger 2, and about the destruction of Russianness is slander, the Georgians just wanted the rise of the Russian people, like the Russian nationalist Jew Zhirinovsky ... and not what Churchill said about the empire "this ship died when the victory was close and there was a happy future ahead" :) or something like that. and not something that some American the president admired "your Tsar made such legislation that our democracies did not." or something like that. or anything that the Germans started the war at 14 because they thought that if Russia completes the military reform at 17, then they will be finished, and they themselves they said "Russia will not be about to become ". they talk about illiteracy, while clearly being illiterate themselves, read something like that, there are no necessary books at hand, I will simply say that a seeker of truth will find ... about the weakness of production and agrarianism in general, a pearl, I do not want to write about it, but I know, if it were not for the revolution organized by the enemies during the war, then Russia would have become the dominant power, while not having millions of victims. Although why did Russia fall? Yes, because the Russian people moved away from God. First, Western books were brought to Russia, then the seal was under the Jews, then the USSR and godlessness, Truth was replaced by ideology, now they took away ideology and instilled bestiality, eat, sleep, debauchery :) these are stages leading to one goal ..
    Why did they overthrow the monarchy? It’s just that the national states are not needed by the new world order. It began with Russia and other European monarchies now in the Middle East, they do not need oil, but power. Therefore, they do not need all dictators, Tsars and other national rulers (of course an exception is when the dictator is their protege), actually now pawns of the financial international rule Russia :)
    1. Magul8
      Magul8 8 March 2012 18: 00
      I do not share your point of view. From her and rushing categorical. Today, having breathed all sorts of theories and facts, you prefer to blame the Jews, the Freemasons, the financial international and other enemies of Russianness and Russia as a whole, that we are actually to blame. The whole world allegedly took up arms against Russian wealth, but who then directed the thoughts and affairs of Robespierre in France, or Cromwell in England. The same royal - royal heads flew away, the same terror against their people, even if it was of a different color. So why did they overthrow the monarchy? But on the other hand, these historical events have changed the world. This is the world in which we live today. It’s easier for you to judge Stalin today and speak about the probability of the dominant development of Russia under the tsar’s priest, these are just hypotheses. It is as if today to express that today's Russia will dominate the world. Wishful thinking also inspires me, but who will give it to us. Or it seems to you that if we returned to God, we became more holy than the Pole - Catholic, German - Lutheran, Englishman - Protestant, or than Muslim, or Buddhist. Today we judge Lenin, but we judge the generations that won the chaos of the civil war. If you think that thanks only to terror, then at least you have not learned anything. And this is fraught with repetition. You judge Stalin, and with that name a great victory was achieved in a terrible war, because war, a modern war, is won not only by the high spirit of the warrior, but also by the moral spirit of the nation. The organization and sacrifice of the people is inspired by the ideal of system and leadership. And it was precisely this leadership that made us use it today. Will we leave our next generation a margin of safety?
      Therefore, I admire the same Lazo, not only that he is from my Moldavian lands, but because in the chaos of the period of turmoil, he was a person of the "creative" class with the majority of his people, participated in restoring order in the country, gathered together what was disintegrating, not sold his homeland and was martyred without betraying his ideals and people.
  10. Ahmedpomoev
    Ahmedpomoev 8 March 2012 11: 07
    "3. Revolutions took place
    in almost all countries
    of the world, but in my opinion no one
    except Russia, so does not brand
    your Great Revolution.
    Maybe someone doesn’t know what
    Russia before the revolution of the 17th,
    there was illiteracy
    the majority of the population that
    the working day did not last at all
    8 hours that the country was considered
    agrarian that in general the whole
    the world, even the slightest hints
    on establishing social
    guarantees in their countries, not
    had "-why did the revolutions take place in many countries? but because some people decided to crush everyone under themselves .... the joke is that even the United States is a pawn, and Bzezhinsky is already chatting de" America will end soon ".. by the way, an interesting moment with ritual murder of our Russian Tsar, why would it. I can't imagine that the Russian revolutionary Vanka Sidorov from Petkovo beat Russian women with bayonets for the ideals of the revolution and then wrote them in blood on the wall on (we will not kindle) the Kabbalistic language an inscription that was brought here as a sacrifice to the Tsar, for the sake of some kind of forces and all peoples are notified of this. "Why do we" brand "the revolution? because this is the beginning of slavery, the yoke so to speak. times were, how they made us and on what they did not turn us on. our beloved Poles and traitors to the boyars, we will be proud of you forever, because you have rotted so many Russians, we love you for this, being representatives of this vile people "so tunnels ??? you have to be absolutely pro washed to think so
  11. Ahmedpomoev
    Ahmedpomoev 8 March 2012 22: 07
    "is that actually
    we ourselves are to blame. "- bravo, only you took the wrong direction, again the Tsars, the Russian people are to blame for everything, or rather, each of us is to blame for every evil .. let's just remember when Russia was all the hardest. the question of Orthodoxy. and so, we accepted the Truth (yes, the Truth, I will explain later), became one people, and then bam, fragmentation began, everyone wanted to be in charge, despised his brother, cut the Russians and the campaign of Russia would come to an end if would not ... ... the Tatar invasion, which rallied the Russians, during which, under the leadership of Ivan Kalita, Russia went along the path of unification ... the confusion, well, the confusion there is more and more complicated, but it was also not something, some impostors, well and the Tatars, 2 who are called Poles, came and cheered the people, instead of the Kalita, the Romanovs appeared. Why did the same turmoil occur when the enemies seized power and hold it to this day, but because the Russians wanted the Western spirit, constitutions, freedom of speech, or whatever they wanted , atheism, and actually sailed.
    Orthodoxy Truth because. Well, let's start. And so how did man appear? From a monkey? Any normal person understands that this is the delirium of a madman. Why? Yes, because there is no evolution. Why? Yes, because living things could not be born from gas, or how else do they teach from an over-compressed point to some degree, there are not even such cells. Actually the stone will not produce living things, at least kill yourself :) and so. it means there is a Creator. Who is He? pagan gods? No, they were invented by people to explain the phenomena that they are did not understand, for example thunder:) Buddhism Truth? How can the teaching of a person who has not created himself and this world and who has not fully cognized himself, not knowing the shape of the earth, and not knowing what thunder is and how does it get? The truth is the teaching of man, therefore, in addition to Buddhism, Islam also falls, there is generally diminished in the "holy book" writes how to wash with sand when there is no water, while he spread "faith" by force, well, he had a minor concubine. What remains? Christianity. And so. the Lord came to teach his people to her faith, he gave one teaching, one, following only which one can be saved. saying "go and teach all nations, in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit," and so Christianity went on. Many wonders took this faith and began on them the persecution of the pagans, after which Constantine made the Christian faith the main one in his state (after all his army saw the cross in heaven and heard the words "by this you will conquer"), well, it seemed like a peacetime began for Christians and here heresies began because of which 7 Ecumenical Councils at which heresies were condemned and at which the faith intact, the same one from Christ, was fixed. Well, Catholics, Protestants and all other non-Orthodox deviated, only Orthodoxy preserved the Truth and thus the Russian people conquered a huge amount of lands until they forgot God .something like this
  12. 19611961
    19611961 10 December 2013 22: 24
    Eternal memory to him ...
  13. alexander 1
    alexander 1 5 March 2016 18: 54
    Elena Gordeeva!

    "In 1920, after the occupation of Vladivostok by the Red Army, his former allies anarchists Nina Lebedeva and Yakov Tryapitsyn actively intervene in Lazo's affairs. These figures are very vividly described by contemporaries. Nina Lebedeva was distinguished by her bad temper, rude habits with a criminal bias, as well as rudeness and pronounced Contrary to the opinion of the young commander, they declare Vladivostok a Soviet republic and begin to terrorize the local population. "

    Well, you can’t do that !!! Who are you writing the article about and what ?? This is your quote - and this is a historical fact - from November 1919 to February 1920, Tryapitsyn was on a campaign with partisans from the upper reaches of the Amur River to its lower reaches of Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, which the partisans captured in February 1920. Until June 01, he was with Lebedeva in Nikolaevsk, and then in July 1920 he was shot along with Lebedeva in a village. Kerby. Could you tell the source of such an amazing story about Tryapitsyn being at one time in two points separated from each other at a distance of about 2000 km? By the way, in the history of the Civil War there is no information, other than your article, about Tryapitsyn’s presence in Vladivostok in 1920. Sincerely, Alexander - [email protected]х.ru -