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In St. Petersburg, the crew of the legendary destroyer "Steregushchiy" was honored

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In the northern capital, there was a ceremony of giving military honors to the crew of the legendary destroyer "Steregushchy" (a destroyer of the type "Falcon"), which took part in the battles of the Russo-Japanese War. The destroyer fought an unequal 10 battle in March 1904, with four Japanese ships, and until the last minute fought under the flag of St. Andrew in the area of ​​Port Arthur.


In St. Petersburg, the crew of the legendary destroyer "Steregushchiy" was honored


RIA News cites the statement of the official representative of the Russian Navy Igor Dygalo:
"The guardian" fought to the last, following the main tradition of the Russian fleet "I'm dying, but not giving up!" After receiving severe damage, the ship lost speed, and the commander, all officers and almost all sailors were killed. The sailors nailed the flag to the hafel and fought to the last shell. When the Japanese tried to take the destroyer in tow, he began to sink into the water. Of the entire team, only four were left alive. The "guardian" died, but did not give up.




Commanded "guard" Lieutenant Alexander Sergeyev, a native of the city of Kursk. It is known that the commander of the ship was killed at the very beginning of the sea battle. The memorial plate in memory of the hero of the Russian-Japanese war is located in Kursk - on the site of the family estate of the Sergeevs.

Monument to the legendary destroyer was opened in St. Petersburg in 1911 year.
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 10 March 2018 17: 08
    +23
    These HEROES should be honored .. And not the Mannerheim .. And it’s great that there is a tradition to transfer the names of the ships .. As an example.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 10 March 2018 17: 11
      +4
      It turns out still alive Centrobalt! Peter is not a Moscow Kalash family. Tradition is strictly respected there. winked
      1. 210ox
        210ox 10 March 2018 17: 13
        +4
        It is these traditions that are dear to us .. But in St. Petersburg and in Moscow, other, imposed liberal names and boards slip.
        Quote: siberalt
        It turns out still alive Centrobalt! Peter is not a Moscow Kalash family. Tradition is strictly respected there. winked
      2. New Year day
        New Year day 10 March 2018 18: 03
        +8
        Quote: siberalt
        Peter is not a Moscow Kalash family. Traditions are strictly honored there.

        really? How was Mannerham discovered?
        With honors. And who is standing under the board?
        The power is the same in Moscow and in St. Petersburg. But people are different!

        A monument to the “Guardian” stands in the Alexander Park and thank God that it has been preserved. The monument is really beautiful and deserved.
    2. Monarchist
      Monarchist 10 March 2018 20: 43
      +2
      Kamrad OKV, I agree with you: "it is wonderful that there is a tradition to transfer the names of the ships. For posterity, for example." Very reminiscent of the famous inscription: "To the Kazarsky. Offspring as an example" (captain of the brig "Mercury")
      So in this connection I want to express my wish: it would be great if Andrei from Chelyabinsk or someone else prepared a series of articles about who the ship was named after, for example, "Vasily Bykov" or "Emerald".
      Comrades, we all know that the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet is the Moskva guardship, but this is already the “Moscow” 2, and the first is the “Moscow”.? I did not find the materials, and one turn on the question of "Moscow" said that in honor of the heroic defense of Moscow + the Moscow authorities and personally Betchetsov took patronage over the cruisers "Glory" and therefore renamed the ship.
      1. Lebedev Sergey
        Lebedev Sergey 11 March 2018 07: 20
        +1


        Comrades, we all know that the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet is the Moskva guardship, but this is already the “Moscow” 2, and the first is the “Moscow”.? I did not find the materials, and one turn on the question of "Moscow" said that in honor of the heroic defense of Moscow + the Moscow authorities and personally Betchetsov took patronage over the cruisers "Glory" and therefore renamed the ship.



        The leader of the destroyers "Moscow" (June 1941 of the year).
        1. Monarchist
          Monarchist 16 March 2018 16: 39
          0
          Thanks for the info: now something cleared up
  2. Masya masya
    Masya masya 10 March 2018 17: 15
    +19
    Have mercy on us, God Almighty
    And listen to our prayer.
    So the fighter died "The guardian"
    Far from the native land.
    The commander shouted: “Well guys!
    There will be no dawn for you.
    After all, Russia is rich in heroes:
    And we will die for the Tsar! ”
    And instantly the kingstones opened
    And gone into the abyss of the sea
    Without a murmur, even without a moan,
    Far from the native land.
    And the seagulls flew there,
    Spin with dying longing
    And sang eternal memory
    To the heroes in the depths of the sea.
    That is the power of Russia to come:
    Heroes are immortal with her.
    So the destroyer lives “The Guardian”
    In the hearts of all Russian people.
    Vasily Zolotarev
    1. 210ox
      210ox 10 March 2018 17: 22
      +2
      Marina, thanks for the recited verses. Thanks to the Russian Heroes, our land is alive!
      Quote: Masya Masya
      Have mercy on us, God Almighty
      And listen to our prayer.
      So the fighter died "The guardian"
      Far from the native land.
      The commander shouted: “Well guys!
      There will be no dawn for you.
      After all, Russia is rich in heroes:
      And we will die for the Tsar! ”
      And instantly the kingstones opened
      And gone into the abyss of the sea
      Without a murmur, even without a moan,
      Far from the native land.
      And the seagulls flew there,
      Spin with dying longing
      And sang eternal memory
      To the heroes in the depths of the sea.
      That is the power of Russia to come:
      Heroes are immortal with her.
      So the destroyer lives “The Guardian”
      In the hearts of all Russian people.
      Vasily Zolotarev
  3. gm9019
    gm9019 10 March 2018 17: 29
    +10
    Here it is, this beautiful monument
  4. Sverdlov
    Sverdlov 10 March 2018 17: 36
    +13


    Why is this photo not in the article?
    In childhood, this photo shocked me. With his father in a tunic on the background of the monument.
    Let it not be a royal stone at all.
    The feat of the surrendering guardian glory!
    1. 210ox
      210ox 10 March 2018 17: 41
      +7
      In Smolensk, on the Bratskoye cemetery, there was a stella monument with a globe on top. On the globe, a course laid by Pacific squadrons ... It was dedicated to sailors who died in hospitals during that war .. Local communists corrupted the monument ..
      Quote: Sverdlov


      Why is this photo not in the article?
      In childhood, this photo shocked me. With his father in a tunic on the background of the monument.
      Let it not be a royal stone at all.
      The feat of the surrendering guardian glory!
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 10 March 2018 18: 23
      +3
      A very pertinent remark! Thanks for the photo! hi
    3. SCHWERIN
      SCHWERIN 10 March 2018 23: 54
      +4
      By the way, the destroyer destroyer Yakov Sverdlov during the breakthrough of the fleet from Tallinn to Leningrad covered the Kirov cruiser from the German torpedo. EM broke and went to the bottom, but the cruiser was saved. Then a lot of people died in this passage.
      I heard a story about Kirov. He stood at the pier in the port of Tallinn. He kept the German guns in fire during the evacuation of the base. He left last. The mooring team landed on the pier to give moorings. Steel cables were welded to the bollards. It seems like the brakes decided to give the Germans a cruiser. German tanks were already at the gates of the port. The calculations put the GK guns on a direct fire and hit the Germans. They said that a new street appeared in Tallinn. And the cruiser with the machines broke the cable along with the bollards and left the port.
      Officers told us cadets about this.
      1. Monarchist
        Monarchist 16 March 2018 16: 32
        0
        I heard about the “Kirov” case in Tallinn as a child, but I thought “fools”: the cruiser should be on duty, and there should also be a patrol on the shore.
        Hence the conclusion: in order to crank it, you need to enlist an “iron” daisy, otherwise it’s lively ““ according to the law of the war ”, and if it was done before June 22, then ....
    4. Curious
      Curious 11 March 2018 01: 10
      +5
      I also have childhood memories associated with this monument. One of the first books read was about the fleet. And in it is the story of the "Guardian" with a photograph of the monument. I don’t remember the name of the book, but the poem under the photograph was engraved in memory forever.
      Drops golden maple leaves
      In the garden alley with a monument nearby,
      Here in bronze and granite captured
      Immortal feat. Autumn of Leningrad
      He lays flowers on his pedestal.
      Stop, sailor, going on a hike:
      Here for centuries, as a symbol of glory. got up
      Anchored the pride of the fleet is "The Guardian."
      You will see sailors - two friends ...
      No! Better death, not the shame of captivity.
      In the name of the honor of their homeland
      They opened the flooding valve.
      The last minutes to the end ...
      Silent volleys echoing peals ...
      The enemy did not break their proud hearts,
      And the sea is torn to them in the window.
    5. Monarchist
      Monarchist 16 March 2018 16: 36
      0
      But Shirokorad claims that there were no tenants at the Steregushchiy and he accidentally sank, and the bad tsarist officials lied.
  5. taiga2018
    taiga2018 10 March 2018 17: 51
    +14
    “I’m dying, but I don’t give up!” I remembered the inscriptions on the walls of the Brest Fortress, I remembered the pilot Roman Filipov ... listen, the heroic tradition is not interrupted, which means Russia lives!
  6. andrewkor
    andrewkor 10 March 2018 18: 21
    +3
    On a similar plot there is a wonderful film "Baltic Glory" about the events of 1917 on the Baltic. In my childhood I really liked?
  7. Sverdlov
    Sverdlov 10 March 2018 18: 23
    +2
    How these scum get attached to the glory of Russian soldiers and sailors.
    I'm dying for whom?
    Country, people, their children? Yes!
    For scum - no.
  8. alstr
    alstr 10 March 2018 18: 34
    +3
    In fact, even the battle of the Varangian this year somehow passed by (February 8).
    Though the Guardian remembered. You can also recall Novik.
    1. Hiller
      Hiller 10 March 2018 19: 48
      +8
      And the battleship "Petropavlovsk", on which Admiral Makarov S.O. and artist Vereshchagin V.V.
      and Oslyabya, Sysaya the Great, Prince Suvorov, Borodino - seven battleships died ... we’ve been silent about Tsushima since tsarist times ... lost ... only Novikov-Priboy the chronicler ... yes Stepanov "Port -Arthur". It's a shame for oblivion. The Navy Commander-in-Chief should raise such historical issues, including for the education of descendants. And then, as in the famous quote: "Victory has thousands of fathers, only defeat is an orphan."
      1. alstr
        alstr 10 March 2018 21: 40
        +3
        Yes, there was heroism, but they fought not in such unequal conditions as the same guardian. In the case of the Guardian, the Varangian, or Novik, the forces were unequal, and this is precisely the feat.
      2. not main
        not main 10 March 2018 23: 06
        +3
        Quote: hiller
        And the battleship "Petropavlovsk", on which Admiral Makarov S.O. and artist Vereshchagin V.V.
        and Oslyabya, Sysaya the Great, Prince Suvorov, Borodino - seven battleships died ... we’ve been silent about Tsushima since tsarist times ... lost ... only Novikov-Priboy the chronicler ... yes Stepanov "Port -Arthur". It's a shame for oblivion. The Navy Commander-in-Chief should raise such historical issues, including for the education of descendants. And then, as in the famous quote: "Victory has thousands of fathers, only defeat is an orphan."

        Yes, they died! But they fought! To end! Remember "Alexander 3". Yes, all who gave their lives for OUR MOTHERLAND!
        1. Hiller
          Hiller 11 March 2018 17: 58
          +1
          I have been told. that seven battleships died .... And they all fought ... although not all .. the admiral of the poor with his headquarters ... It's not about them ... It's about the battle and the heroes undeservedly forgotten!
      3. Lebedev Sergey
        Lebedev Sergey 11 March 2018 07: 39
        +1
        only Novikov-Surf chronicler ... yes Stepanov "Port Arthur". It's a shame for forgetfulness.


        In addition to literature, the feat of Russian sailors in the Russian-Japanese war is also captured in music.
        1. Hiller
          Hiller 11 March 2018 18: 06
          0
          This song was popularly called "Korean" ... and has no direct relationship to the Tsushima battle, which does not detract from the feat of "Korean" and "Varangian" in Chemulpo Bay.
  9. samarin1969
    samarin1969 10 March 2018 18: 34
    +6
    Compared to dubious official holidays like Independence Day, this is a really significant event. ... More would be just such appeals to the acts of the ancestors. I would like the leaders of the country to measure their actions with the exploits of Russian heroes.
  10. Antares
    Antares 10 March 2018 18: 42
    +3
    The guardian "fought to the last, following the main tradition of the Russian fleet" I am dying, but do not give up!

    should put it a little differently.
    The Guardian’s feat is one of many similar episodes of the whole RIAV .. From Port Arthur to Tsushima ... everywhere - I’m dying, but I don’t give up ..
    Courage and self-sacrifice in the name of the Motherland against the background of the mediocrity of power. 2 Russia fought ... one perished and covered itself with glory, the second led to deaths and defeats.
    Of the crew of the "Guardian", only F. Yuryev, And Khirinsky, A. Osinin and V. Novikov survived. Upon their return to their homeland, all of them were awarded the insignia of the military order of the fourth degree (usually it was called the St. George Cross).
    Japanese ships, not accepting the battle, departed, picking up on board the four surviving crew members of the dead destroyer (driven off by Bayan and Novik with Makarov)
    They picked up from the water the Russian sailors Fedor Yuryev and Ivan Khirinsky. Having landed on the deck, the Japanese captured Alexander Osinin and Vasily Novikov.
    Stereguschiy "really behaved heroically in that battle - his crew fought to the last without releasing the glorious Andreevsky banner. Most of the crew members died, and the destroyer turned into a mangled piece of metal, with downed pipes and masts. In addition, he had many surface and underwater holes in the sides. During their last battle, the guardians of the Sentinel slammed 8 shells at the Japanese destroyer Sazanami and 27 at the destroyer Akebano, which had many dead and wounded.
    However, the monument represents the entire crew, not the veracity
    An authoritative commission, created to investigate the circumstances of the death of the destroyer "The Guardian", came to the conclusion that there was no feat of two unknown sailors. The destroyer could not be flooded as Novikov described, because there were neither kingstones nor clinkets in the engine room. So Nicholas II and reported. Without further ado, he personally wrote on the report of the Maritime Department: “To believe that the monument was built in memory of the heroic death in the battle of the destroyer“ The Guardian ”, that is, the entire crew, and not specific individuals.

    1. bionik
      bionik 10 March 2018 20: 22
      +2
      Quote: Antares

      Of the crew of the "Sentinel", only F. Yuriev, I Khirinsky, A. Osinin and V. Novikov survived.

      1. bionik
        bionik 10 March 2018 20: 26
        +2
        Lieutenant Sergeev.
  11. midshipman
    midshipman 10 March 2018 18: 47
    +10
    But what will the board about Nemtsov look like in Moscow? These residents of Russia, who want to create a memorial plaque for him, explained to everyone that those who did not fit into the market should die. That is, they should not live in Russia. Government, look how your great-grandfathers defended Russia. Draw conclusions. I have the honor.
    1. linkor11
      linkor11 10 March 2018 20: 48
      0
      Midshipman- Midshipman, not for you to talk about HONOR. And you do not have it, if you welcome the death of a man who was meanly murdered IN THE BACK by geeks.
      1. sharp-lad
        sharp-lad 11 March 2018 02: 58
        0
        It is not about death, the midshipman writes about government for the people!
      2. Nitochkin
        Nitochkin 11 March 2018 07: 32
        +7
        People say about people like Nemtsov: "Dog - dog death."
        1. Alf
          Alf 11 March 2018 20: 03
          +1
          Quote: Nitochkin
          People say about people like Nemtsov: "Dog - dog death."

          My dog ​​is more precious to me than this creature.
          1. Nitochkin
            Nitochkin 12 March 2018 04: 29
            0
            Specifically, the dog has nothing to do with it. The essence of the saying is that a person gets what he deserves, sooner or later. What goes around comes around. Nemtsov is a visual aid to how the law of karma works.
      3. gsev
        gsev 11 March 2018 12: 34
        +2
        The man who sold Russia for American dollars and Ukrainian prostitutes? With his death, Russia has one less problem.
      4. Alf
        Alf 11 March 2018 20: 02
        +1
        Quote: linkor11
        Midshipman- Midshipman, not for you to talk about HONOR. And you do not have it, if you welcome the death of a man who was meanly murdered IN THE BACK by geeks.

        It’s not enough just to kill Germans like Germans, you also have to drag the streets through the streets because of what he did to Russia.
        1. Crane operator Nahamkinson
          Crane operator Nahamkinson 11 March 2018 20: 31
          +1
          There is another example.
          False Dmitry ....
          Only instead of a gun
          use the rocket!
          1. Alf
            Alf 11 March 2018 22: 40
            0
            Quote: Crane operator Nahamkinson
            Only instead of a gun
            use the rocket!

            It is economically disadvantageous only if the rocket is Yars or Poplar or Mace.
            So to say, compatible business with pleasure.
  12. Some kind of compote
    Some kind of compote 10 March 2018 18: 57
    +17
    Well done
    Nice
  13. begemot20091
    begemot20091 10 March 2018 19: 12
    +13
    Here they are heroes. And not those who, under the white flag, went to scouring the Olympiad, to which they "PREPARED ALL LIFE" (we are still waiting for the standings from the players). The crew of the “Guardian” went IN IMMORTALITY for several hours, but did not raise a white flag. And enough of all the boards of lib ... there are Nemtsov and the like. Heroes die at a post, but not with ... women with reduced social responsibility on the bridge.
    1. linkor11
      linkor11 10 March 2018 21: 15
      0
      begemot20091 - I think if Boris Nemtsov lived in that era, would be a naval officer, and would be on the bridge of the "Guardian", he would behave properly and not shame the honor of a Russian naval officer. Otherwise, he could not behave. And the fact that he was successful in women - so you can envy this ad infinitum.
      1. Alf
        Alf 10 March 2018 22: 55
        +11
        Quote: linkor11
        if Boris Nemtsov lived in that era, would be a naval officer, and would be on the bridge of the "Guardian", he would behave properly and not shame the honor of a Russian naval officer. Otherwise, he could not behave.

        He would surrender. "After all, human life is priceless." And such shots do not fall on the bridge, they are usually criticized from the rear. Many Jews were on the "first line"?
        1. linkor11
          linkor11 10 March 2018 23: 10
          +1
          1
          Alph - Well, after all, more than half a million. By the number of Heroes of the Soviet Union - in 4th place, and in relation to the number of Jewish population of the USSR - in 1st place. Do not believe, you can check
          1. Alf
            Alf 10 March 2018 23: 40
            +5
            In the USSR, yes, but specifically, such cadres are more crap from behind, hiding behind "universal values."
      2. Moore
        Moore 11 March 2018 09: 21
        +4
        Quote: linkor11
        I think if Boris Nemtsov lived in that era, he would be a naval officer

        That he would be baptized is for sure, otherwise he would not get out of the settled line. In terms of liveliness, his character would most likely have been ripped off in the Bund (בונד). Who would let him into the Marine Corps? Under the Bolsheviks, some People’s Commissariat would definitely have headed it. They wouldn’t put them to the wall in the 37th - he’s smart, he would smell changes in the trend.
        By the way, and you don’t know what prevented the respected Boris Efimovich from becoming an officer in his present time?
      3. 97110
        97110 11 March 2018 15: 04
        +3
        Quote: linkor11
        I think

        And what gives you the right to think so? During the lifetime of Mr. Nemtsov, I was on a business trip in Nizhny and Navashino. Remembering the reviews of the l / s entrusted to him, I was surprised that he walked a long way to the bridge.
  14. Chepa
    Chepa 10 March 2018 20: 19
    +1
    In the song about the Varangian, one must instruct to remake the Varangian with the Stereguschiy to the same music.
    Feat of the Varangian: they fled from the battlefield, surrendered, surrendering the banner and having sunk the cruiser aground, provided that they transfer the crew to Russia.
    1. Alf
      Alf 10 March 2018 20: 34
      +8
      Did you understand what you said?
      Quote: Chepa
      fled from the battlefield

      Who escaped?
      Quote: Chepa
      surrendered

      Show a photo of the captive jailer.
      Quote: Chepa
      having sunk a cruiser aground

      It was believed that the war would be won and the cruiser would be raised.
      Quote: Chepa
      , provided that the crew will be transferred to Russia.

      The JAPANESE emperor ordered the Varangians to be considered not prisoners of war, and upon their recovery transfer them to Russia.
      1. kapitan92
        kapitan92 11 March 2018 00: 33
        +8
        Quote: Alf
        Did you understand what you said?

        Basil, hi Do not waste your nerves. They don’t understand or understand what they’re writing. Cheap provocateurs. Now trollikov semi-literate under different flags - like dirt.
        hi
        1. Alf
          Alf 11 March 2018 19: 58
          +1
          Quote: kapitan92
          Quote: Alf
          Did you understand what you said?

          Basil, hi Do not waste your nerves. They don’t understand or understand what they’re writing. Cheap provocateurs. Now trollikov semi-literate under different flags - like dirt.
          hi

          You're right. The first sign of such entities is illiteracy. The second is frank nonsense.
          hi
    2. linkor11
      linkor11 10 March 2018 20: 59
      0
      The story about the "Varyag", really, is not entirely clear. Yes, Rudnev’s behavior is rather strange. But the "Admiral Count Spee" really heroically fought with the British, and his commander, obeying officer duty, shot himself.
      1. Crane operator Nahamkinson
        Crane operator Nahamkinson 10 March 2018 21: 11
        +5
        Well...?
        And what did your commander do
        the "heroic" destroyer eilat?
        After its sinking.
        Really hara-kiri?
      2. Moore
        Moore 11 March 2018 09: 34
        +5
        Quote: linkor11
        But the "Admiral Count Spee" really heroically fought with the British, and his commander, obeying officer duty, shot himself.

        It’s as if the “Varangian” “heroically” fought with a handful of destroyers and gunboats, then went to the port, and there he was deceived by the Japanese, like Lansdorf, that the cruiser Uriu was waiting for him at the exit.
        Dear, your ears stick out too much ... Disguise yourself better.
    3. alstr
      alstr 10 March 2018 21: 37
      +3
      Do not. About him eats his own song. Although it is known much worse:
      Have mercy on us, God Almighty
      And listen to our prayer! ” -
      So the fighter died "The guardian"
      Far from the native land.

      The commander shouted: “Well guys!
      For us, the dawn will not rise.
      After all, Russia is rich in heroes,
      Die and we are for the King! ”

      And instantly the kingstones opened
      And gone into the abyss of the sea
      Without a murmur, even without a moan,
      Far from the native land.

      And the seagulls flew there,
      Whirling with dying longing
      And "Eternal memory" sang
      To the heroes in the depths of the sea.

      That is the power of Russia to come -
      Heroes are immortal in her
      So the destroyer lives “The Guardian”
      In the hearts of all Russian people.
    4. Moore
      Moore 11 March 2018 09: 26
      +1
      Quote: Chepa
      passing the banner

      Who handed over to?
  15. senima56
    senima56 10 March 2018 20: 40
    +1
    Glory to the heroic sailors! And the eternal memory of their feat! "To posterity as an example!"
  16. kvs207
    kvs207 11 March 2018 07: 18
    +1
    Quote: Antares
    An authoritative commission, created to investigate the circumstances of the death of the destroyer "The Guardian", came to the conclusion that there was no feat of two unknown sailors. The destroyer could not be flooded as Novikov described, because there were neither kingstones nor clinkets in the engine room. So Nicholas II and reported. Without further ado, he personally wrote on the report of the Maritime Department: “To believe that the monument was built in memory of the heroic death in the battle of the destroyer“ The Guardian ”, that is, the entire crew, and not specific individuals.


    Exactly. Nicholas even understood that the feat was more important than its interpretation, otherwise we were constantly screaming - 28 Panfilov’s weren’t.
  17. kvs207
    kvs207 11 March 2018 07: 23
    +1
    Quote: Silvestr
    And the monument to the "Guardian" stands in the Alexander Park

    And you were not mistaken? It seems that the park, near the Gorkovskaya metro station, is not called. And Alexander Park is located at the Admiralty.
  18. Polkanov
    Polkanov 11 March 2018 07: 28
    +1
    Quote: Silvestr
    Quote: siberalt
    Peter is not a Moscow Kalash family. Traditions are strictly honored there.

    really? How was Mannerham discovered?
    With honors. And who is standing under the board?
    The power is the same in Moscow and in St. Petersburg. But people are different!

    A monument to the “Guardian” stands in the Alexander Park and thank God that it has been preserved. The monument is really beautiful and deserved.

    ... bullshit - Mannerheim’s plaque on the facade of my school. My grandfather and grandmother defended the blockade while fighting, and here such a shame ...
  19. Clumsy
    Clumsy 11 March 2018 12: 54
    0
    Glory to the Russian Navy !!! [

    My father, I wonder if he dangled a dagger for a show off?