Declassified archival data on Nazi crimes in Crimea


Archival documents attesting to the atrocities of the Nazi invaders and their accomplices during the Great Patriotic War. The Federal Security Service handed over their copies to the state archive of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.


The press service of the FSB Directorate for Crimea and Sevastopol made such a message today for journalists.

Among the declassified documents there are letters, reports, interrogation protocols and other materials testifying to the criminal activities of the Nazis and their accomplices on the territory of Crimea during the years of occupation. The transfer of their copies to the State Archive of the Republic of Crimea and the Sevastopol City Archive took place as part of the project “Without a Statute of Limitations”. This project is aimed at perpetuating the memory of victims of Nazi criminals, making the genocide of the civilian population of Crimea public, and exposing the crimes of German fascists and their accomplices.

The Crimean peninsula was occupied from autumn 1941 to May 1944. Germans occupied Sevastopol in July 1942, and were driven out from there on May 9, 1944. All this time in the Crimea, a partisan movement and the underground actively operated. During the fighting during the defense and liberation of the peninsula, approximately 1 million people died!
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  1. Victor_B April 28 2020 18: 16 New
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    In 1982, I was a tourist with a backpack walked part of the Crimea in the "partisan places."
    Our instructor on the spot said that the partisan movement in Crimea was FULLY better!
    At all!
    Enormous help to the Nazis was provided by the Crimean Tatars, without whose help it would be impossible to destroy partisans.
    As in Belarus and Ukraine.
    1. Tatyana April 28 2020 18: 18 New
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      Archival documents attesting to the atrocities of the Nazi invaders and their accomplices during the Great Patriotic War. The Federal Security Service betrayed their copies to the state archive of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

      The FSB services should have done this earlier.
      1. Dmitry Donskoy April 28 2020 18: 24 New
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        Such archives must be constantly published every day, not only in our publications and social networks, but also on Facebook, so that everyone remembers and knows who saved them from Nazism. hi
        1. Mitroha April 28 2020 21: 54 New
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          That's right, and also translate into the main languages ​​of the world and translate translations in the same way into the network. So that people around the world have the opportunity to find out the truth, and not only what some claim to be the truth
    2. Lexus April 28 2020 18: 57 New
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      Enormous help to the Nazis was provided by the Crimean Tatars

      A lot of riffraff participated in the privatization of the Great Victory and joined the ranks of the WINNERS. That causes nothing but disgust.
    3. rich April 28 2020 18: 58 New
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      Our instructor on the spot said that the partisan movement in Crimea was FULLY better!

      But you did not ask the instructor who occupied the city of Karasubazar on April 13, 1944 and held it until the Soviet troops approached? And who on April 15, 1944 freed Alushta? And who liberated Yalta, Bakhchisaray, Simferopol?
      1. Lexus April 28 2020 19: 14 New
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        Dmitry, my respect. hi
        I traveled to places of military glory and Soviet heritage in Crimea. My heart was bleeding. But the way in which they communicated with the guide on the in-depth submarine base in Balaklava, sank into memory. He didn’t want to let me go. This is to the fact that you need to know your own History and pass it on to future generations, rather than hyping on selectively crossed out and in a favorable light corrected. "Seliger instructors" are now worse than Goebbels's version of pushing.
        1. IC
          IC April 28 2020 23: 14 New
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          The question is, from whom did the secret services keep this secret information for 75 years? How could she pose a threat to the country?
    4. bukhach April 28 2020 18: 58 New
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      I read memories of the Crimean partisan as a child, I don’t remember the name, it seems like they were there during the entire occupation, it’s another matter that they were pressed there so that they thought only of how to survive and not commit sabotage, I remember their hunger was strong among them, well, the Tatars, Of course, they were fierce.
    5. beeper April 28 2020 19: 02 New
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      We had in our home library books of memoirs of Crimean partisans (in childhood and adolescence I read them, read and reread, knew by heart the vicissitudes and names), publications of the late 50s and early 60s .... there was a lot of interesting things in them!
      Open archives are good! I hope that they are not too censored and selectively "thinned out", and even for the supposedly "offended by the Soviet regime" Hitler accomplices from the "indigenous peoples" this truth is too inconvenient - under the Ukrainian authorities, there was no hope of openness!
      Yes, and with the abandonment of Sevastopol, the Kerch assault forces (especially 41-42 years), the capture of the Crimea by the Nazis, and Adzhimushkay, not everything was so simple and unambiguous, because there was everything, not only mass heroism!
      Even somehow I can’t believe that now all-all, without exception, these documents and documented evidence will be in the public domain and put into scientific circulation ?!
      It’s a pity that it’s so late, when there were almost no living participants and witnesses “in my memory”, there was no one to clarify and cross-confirm that which was immediately censored or, for some reason, dropped, was not recorded !
      1. beeper April 28 2020 19: 02 New
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        Under the Soviet regime, for some reason they "cared for peace" and "delicately did not remind" collaborators-local accomplices of uninvited "pan-European" occupants of their heinous atrocities ??!
        And this “delicacy” - “non-reminder” and “silence” - then all of us “sided” —the Hitler’s henchmen, even at the suggestion of Khrushchev and the Gorbachev gang of Judas, they imagined themselves to be “heroes of the liberation struggle” and “unjustly offended”, quietly educated adherents - gave birth to gangs of neo-Bandera, Crimean Turkoman and even trained lawyers for crimes such as “Kolsurengoy” (and how many such “kol” and “Oksan” in Ukraine, even from 40-50 year-old “educated”, who received Soviet secondary and higher education, on the blue eye of "telling" on Ukrainian TV that the "good Germans" allegedly wanted peace and "brought us civilization", and, they say, it was the soldiers of the Red Army who killed the population, burned and destroyed cities, including in the then USSR, like this they "finished" with Hitler's murderers ...!)!
      2. ccsr April 29 2020 11: 53 New
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        Quote: pishchak
        It’s a pity that it’s so late, when there were almost no living participants and witnesses “in my memory”, there was no one to clarify and cross-confirm that which was immediately censored or, for some reason, dropped, was not recorded !

        There is a very interesting book that was published after the collapse of the USSR and in which the author describes in detail the period of the occupation of Crimea and Kerch, i.e. what he saw with his own eyes and remembered for life. I will say that such truthful sources in memoirs do not happen so often - the author simply describes what he saw and does not need to whitewash himself, that is, he is objective.
        The Tatars met our appearance calmly. We didn’t feel joy on the occasion of our arrival, but we didn’t show open hostility either ... The headman is aware of our appearance. Half an hour later he appeared in front of us. A stocky Azerbaijani with an unpleasant, angry face. He simply introduced himself, poking himself in the chest with his finger: "Ali!" Ali was dressed in German military uniform with soldier's epaulettes. The uniform sat on it beautifully, as if sewn to order. He led us to the house, standing alone on a hill on the opposite side of the entrance to the village. The biggest house in the village. The house consisted of four rooms. In the past, these rooms were elementary school classes. One of the rooms was occupied by a former school teacher with his wife; they did not have children. He kept a small farm: chickens, two dozen sheep. He also had a dog, huge, with colorless eyes, nicknamed Rugai. We began to settle down. After the concentration camp and the freight car, these were the royal chambers! Our family occupied one room, a large one, on the contrary, Uncle Mikhail's family settled down, on the side - Alexei and his comrades.

        Kerch on fire
        Peter Kotelnikov
    6. knn54 April 28 2020 19: 18 New
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      Victor Petrovich. Before talking about Belarus and Ukraine, read about the Lokot Republic. There was no such "autonomy of traitors" anywhere else.
      1. lwxx April 28 2020 20: 39 New
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        Quote: knn54
        Victor Petrovich. Before talking about Belarus and Ukraine, read about the Lokot Republic. There was no such "autonomy of traitors" anywhere else.
        Autonomy ”covered the area of ​​eight districts (modern Brasovsky, Dmitrievsky, Dmitrovsky, Komarichsky, Navlinsky, Sevsky, Suzemsky and Zheleznogorsk districts), now divided between the Bryansk, Oryol and Kursk regions .Well, where is Belarus and Ukraine here?
    7. jekasimf April 28 2020 20: 24 New
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      This is NOT true. My grandfather was a partisan. After the arrival of Kr. Aamia, he became a lieutenant.
    8. Aviator_ April 28 2020 20: 49 New
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      Well, your instructor got a little excited about the complete elimination of partisans in the Crimea. There is a book "900 days in the mountains of Crimea", author - A.A. Sermul, Simferopol Publishing House 2004

      There is also about the Tatars - when the pilot Amet Khan Sultan was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union, a group of partisans was sent to Alupka to take out his relatives, since the Germans destroyed all the relatives of the Heroes. However, the relatives of Amet Khan of the Sultan were all in the Tatar Sonderkommando, the partisans barely got out of there.
      1. New Year day April 28 2020 23: 08 New
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        Quote: Aviator_
        However, the relatives of Amet Khan of the Sultan were all in the Tatar Sonderkommando

        brother! in the 44th, after liberation, because of him they wanted to evict the whole relatives of Akhmet Khan. Only due to the fact that Ahmet Khan himself arrived on a visit, deportations managed to escape
        1. Aviator_ April 28 2020 23: 29 New
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          But didn’t your brother have anything for collaboration?
          1. Avior April 29 2020 09: 11 New
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            It was arrested after the war
            You can meet the opinion that he went to the police because the Germans could have shot the family for a brother who was well known during the war.
            But after the war, it was not only those who collaborated with the police who were amused
            They also deported those who fought in partisans and in the Red Army at the front.
            1. Aviator_ April 29 2020 12: 16 New
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              They were all evicted because the partisans would not carefully deal with the Tatars and their families - if the Tatars destroyed the whole partisan family, then the partisans could well destroy the whole Tatar family, then they did not apply to the Hague Tribunal.
              You can meet the opinion that he went to the police because the family could be shot

              This was invented later to justify betrayal.
              They sent those who fought in partisans

              From the autumn of 1943 they trampled on partisans to atone for sins, when Crimea was blocked by the Red Army, I already wrote about this.
            2. New Year day April 29 2020 12: 27 New
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              I also read this.
          2. New Year day April 29 2020 11: 17 New
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            Quote: Aviator_
            But didn’t your brother have anything for collaboration?

            when Ahmet Khan tried to solve the problem on the spot, they decided to transfer him himself. 2 stars of the Hero and the authorities stopped the rink. I have long read, brother, if not mistaken, no longer touched.
            1. Avior April 29 2020 12: 17 New
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              in my opinion, they still sent the parents, and Akhmet Khan himself was forbidden to live in Crimea, then it was canceled.
              but I could be wrong.
              1. New Year day April 29 2020 12: 19 New
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                Quite possible. Need to read
            2. Aviator_ April 29 2020 12: 21 New
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              when Ahmet Khan tried to solve the problem on the spot, they decided to transfer him himself.

              Is it possible to source information?
        2. ccsr April 29 2020 11: 59 New
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          Quote: Silvestr
          brother! in the 44th, after liberation, because of him they wanted to evict the whole relatives of Akhmet Khan.

          Then not all Tatars were evicted, and those who did not cooperate with the Germans, who had mixed marriages or had relatives who distinguished themselves in the Red Army, were allowed to stay in Crimea. Even in the partisan detachments there were Tatars, so their families were not deported. Just a lot of speculation was about their expulsion, and they don’t mention that not all Tatars were evicted, especially in the cities of Crimea.
          1. New Year day April 29 2020 12: 21 New
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            Quote: ccsr
            not all Tatars were evicted

            In addition to the Tatars and other nationalities were evicted, it is necessary to refresh
    9. Mordvin 3 April 28 2020 20: 57 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Our instructor on the spot said that the partisan movement in Crimea was FULLY better!
      At all!

      Not that it would have been eliminated; Crimean underground and partisans had to leave the peninsula for a while. I read the memoirs of the leader of the Crimean underground, I have already forgotten a lot, but yes, the Tatars actively helped the Germans and Romanians.
      1. Alexga April 28 2020 21: 09 New
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        Ilya Vergasov wrote in detail about the partisan movement in Crimea. Honestly, this is what outrages. The Crimean Tatars, for the most part, very much supported the occupation regime, they sent them to the Crimea with good reason, what was the matter. Not everyone was expelled, I must say. Almost 70 years ago this was considered and it is believed that it was fair. But why in 2014, after the return of Crimea, the first persons to repent before the Crimean Tatars for the fact that they were deported illegally. Damn, disgusting! This is a direct rewrite of the history of the Second World War!
        1. Mordvin 3 April 28 2020 21: 23 New
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          Quote: AlexGa
          Ilya Vergasov wrote in detail about the partisan movement in Crimea.

          I searched here. What I read was the work of the underground leader Ivan Kozlov, "In the Crimean underground," published already in the 48th year. But to reprint, as I understand it, it was banned, either so that the Tatars would not be offended, or because the author was a laureate of the Stalin Prize.
          1. Alexga April 28 2020 21: 29 New
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            Vladimir, at your prompt, downloaded this book. It is an interesting topic and it’s good that the 48-year-old edition did not have time to lacquer events, like many books about the War. You will learn many new moments in our History.
          2. Aviator_ April 28 2020 22: 04 New
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            I have this book. Kozlov, an underground worker with pre-revolutionary experience, knew perfectly the rules of conspiracy, was personally acquainted with Lenin. Many of our failures were due to their youth and recklessness. The clandestine organization at the Simferopol railway station was therefore routed.
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          amr April 29 2020 00: 53 New
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          Maybe because my grandfather is a Crimean Tatar guard major of the Red Army ??
          and also all the grandfathers of the relatives of the relatives fought, in the beginning of the war all the combat-ready population was called up and went to the front !!
          Deported the elderly, women and children !!!
          All small nations were evicted, not only the Tatars!
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            Quote: amr
            my grandfather Crimean Tatar Guard major of the Red Army ??

            How did he feel about the collaborationism of his fellow tribesmen?
            1. amr
              amr April 29 2020 09: 43 New
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              Like the Russians to his collaborationists, he was at the front, went into the army in the 39th year, and returned the current to 46, still finishing Bendera ...

              but you know where he returned? to Uzbekistan, but he now had a homeland there!
              and now, according to the documents of the rehabilitated, all the front-line soldiers are not rolling - they were not deported, they went there from the front !!!

              and this is the entire male population of the Tatars, because if there were traitors, then they were all caught and shot, no one at that time clucked with traitors!
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                Dog April 29 2020 11: 27 New
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                Quote: amr
                but you know where he returned? to Uzbekistan, but he now had a homeland there!

                All under one comb?
          2. Aviator_ April 29 2020 09: 57 New
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            The Crimean Tatars were rescued by deportation from the imminent revenge of the partisans, who had excellent weapons and were not afraid of anyone. The answer for their atrocities would be terrible.
            1. Elephant April 29 2020 12: 37 New
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              Quote: Aviator_
              Crimean Tatars rescued by deportation from imminent revenge of partisans

              Saved from revenge returning to the Crimea after the Victory in the 45th soldiers of the Red Army.
              1. Aviator_ April 29 2020 12: 40 New
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                Naturally, the surviving partisans were drafted into the Red Army. After the Victory, they could very well begin to ask the former neighbors about their assistance to the Victory.
    10. Hyperborean April 28 2020 21: 31 New
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      This is nonsense. Do not believe it.
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      AAK April 28 2020 21: 45 New
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      Not really, colleague. I say absolutely objectively (my father fought in the 17th detachment, and my uncle fought in the reconnaissance of the headquarters of the Northern compound of the partisans of Crimea), after giving the Germans the absolute majority of bases with stocks of food, ammunition and medicine, the number of active units in the Northern and Southern formations decreased several times (up to several hundred people, by the end of 1943 - already several thousand), but the completely partisan movement in Crimea was NEVER liquidated. The main reason for this reduction is banal hunger (my father told me that for about 2 months they had ONE pumped dried corn in their squad for 1,5-2 days. Some more game was caught in the forests, but only by snares, sticks or stones, it was impossible to shoot ... Since 1943, it has become a little easier, they dropped something on parachutes, learned to grow something themselves, took something from the local population)
    12. Crimean partisan 1974 April 29 2020 13: 53 New
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      Our instructor on the spot said that the partisan movement in Crimea was FULLY better! .... shoot your instructor, then clone and count. the partisan movement in Crimea ended after the liberation of Sevastopol.
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  3. Pvi1206 April 28 2020 18: 35 New
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    Why are archives classified? ... It is clear that this is done by the authorities ... Obviously, the documents contained in the archives do not always expose the authorities as white and fluffy ...
    1. ccsr April 28 2020 18: 47 New
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      Quote: Pvi1206
      Obviously, the documents contained in the archives do not always expose power to white and fluffy ...

      Not at all because they were simply afraid that they would begin to settle accounts with the relatives of those who served the Germans and distinguished themselves in atrocities. That is why they often do not open the case of the repressed, because there you can find denunciations and testimonies against those who later perished in the camps. With the prescription, all this will be discovered later, but for now even the red and white Cossacks still cannot forgive each other who fought against whom in the Civil and Patriotic War.
      1. Kuzmitsky April 28 2020 19: 00 New
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        And the processing, systematization of all these old documents also takes time and effort. Enumerate, view, re-read, copy, translate something.
      2. Avior April 28 2020 19: 01 New
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        it is unlikely
        after the war, the traitors were judged in public, no one hid anything.
        1. Aviator_ April 28 2020 22: 06 New
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          Not everyone then managed to expose.
          1. Avior April 29 2020 09: 13 New
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            Nevertheless, no one bothered that they would settle accounts with relatives
            On the contrary, they did it as publicly as possible.
        2. ccsr April 29 2020 11: 36 New
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          Quote: Avior
          it is unlikely
          after the war, the traitors were judged in public, no one hid anything.

          In addition to the traitors, there were many who simply worked for the Germans in the occupied territories or voluntarily left to work in Germany for money, and then returned back. I lived in a city where the people of the sixties who survived the occupation remembered who went out with flowers to meet Germans and Romanians - so it was not so simple then. There is a very interesting book by a man who described the occupation of Crimea well and how a simple teenager perceived everything then:
          Two months after the liberation of Kerch, an open trial was held over the leadership of the Kerch MTS. Witnesses were ordinary workers: locksmiths, turners, mechanics. My father was assigned to the same category of participants in the process. I personally knew all the defendants, because I often visited my father when he worked in this MTS as chief accountant. It was clear to me that these people were not inveterate enemies of the Soviet regime. Their aiding was forced, passive. They became victims of prevailing circumstances and political thoughtlessness, which mixed with ordinary human greed. The decision made by the director of MTS Dregalev was correct: put the equipment into operation and use German fuel for sowing winter crops. From rural communities, former collective farms, payments were made in kind - grain and flour. Dregaliev died suddenly in the summer, his place was taken by the chief mechanic Bespaly. The contract continued, flour poured in bags into the homes of the leaders, while ordinary MTS employees received a modest supplement to rations determined by the German authorities. My father’s share was no less than that of the rest of the enterprise’s leaders, but his bags of flour disappeared on the way home, distributing flour to the families of former MTS employees who served in the Red Army. The authorities exchanged flour for values. My mother grumbled at my father, comparing our humble life with the lives of other members of the leadership. Now everything has come out. The employees of the MGB carried out a long painstaking work, figuring out the details of very quiet cases that did not cause damage to the Soviet regime. The defendants were reminded of this at the hearing. They also recalled how they were fleeing the Soviet regime in cars loaded with junk ... They were reminded of their exceptional diligence in preparation for sending agricultural machines to Germany. They were not sent, but leadership was not in it. Interrogating my father at the trial, the state prosecutor asked the question: “Explain to the court how the disruption of sending tractors and combines to Germany was carried out?” Father replied: “The Klindukhov locksmith came to me and asked what to do? I told him that everything must be done so that the cars were not sent! The Germans will leave, what will we raise the earth with? I do not understand the technique, but I think that there are such parts, small in volume, without which the machine will not work. Everything needs to be done subtly so that Fisher does not notice. Moreover, it is necessary not to suspend work, but to make it even more intense so that the manager, a German, sees how well you work! ” “And weren't you afraid? - the prosecutor asked a question. “I was afraid, but hoped that in a hurry of fees, the Germans would not be up to us.” Question to the defendant, chief mechanic: “Have you heard the witness’s response? Explain why the locksmith went to the chief accountant, and not to you, who is responsible for the equipment? ” The main mechanic, spreading his arms, answered: “I don’t know!”. The room of the office where the trial was held was completely filled with people. I listened and was proud of my father. “How clever he is,” I thought, “he foresaw everything!” If he had obeyed his mother, he would have sat next to the accused. ” And the correct conclusion was made: “They don’t eat bread for nothing at the MGB!”

          "Kerch on fire"
          Peter Kotelnikov
          1. Avior April 29 2020 12: 16 New
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            Agriculture in the occupied territories worked for the Germans in most cases, only collective farms changed their name.
            There, every second could be imprisoned for cooperation with the Germans.
            Contrary to the well-known plan of Ost, schools in some regions operated with teachers, according to Soviet textbooks with cut out or filled out pages with inappropriate text.
            Almost completely railway workers worked for the Germans.
            And many others, too, many of them had no particular choice - the Germans did not stand on ceremony.
            But they couldn’t plant everyone; there would be no one to work.
            Therefore, probably the orders were- how many enemies need to be exposed.
            If you really came across killers, those, of course, were judged immediately, but if they didn’t come across, they moved on to other categories.
            In your case, we see that the chief mechanic is being judged.
            If you read it, it’s clear why the locksmith went to the accountant (by the way, for some reason, this is not asked by the locksmith himself or the father of the hero of the story, although this is logical, but by the mechanic who does not know about it)
            Because if the Germans got their hands on why they thwarted the dispatch, the first to be shot would be not a locksmith, not an accountant, but just the chief mechanic.
            Please note, the war is in full swing, all the former policemen whose hands are really up to the blood, remained completely in the liberated territory, they still caught many before the 80s, there are clearly not enough investigators, and at this moment the investigators are busy with what?
            The employees of the MGB carried out a long painstaking work, figuring out the details of very quiet cases that did not cause damage to the Soviet regime.

            Maybe such ones at that moment did not have to be painstakingly conducted?
            hi
          2. Avior April 29 2020 12: 28 New
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            by the way
            Two months after the liberation of Kerch, an open trial took place

            The employees of the MGB carried out a long painstaking work, finding out the details of very quiet cases that did not cause damage to the Soviet regime. The defendants were reminded of this at the hearing.

            MGB was formed in 1946
            1. ccsr April 29 2020 13: 03 New
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              Quote: Avior
              MGB was formed in 1946

              The People’s Commissariat of Homeland Security was created in 1941. The author, a teenager, simply might not have known all the intricacies of the then reformation of the NKVD, subsequent associations, and most likely simply used the more recent data.
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                there is clearly the MGB.
                Did the author write a book as a teenager?
                But at the time of the events, the author could not know such a word.
                1. ccsr April 29 2020 17: 51 New
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                  Quote: Avior
                  there is clearly the MGB.
                  Did the author write a book as a teenager?

                  He did not describe the history of the NKVD, but the NKGB existed from 1943 to 1946, so if you remove the word "ministry" from the name of the Ministry of State Security and replace it with "people's commissariat" in the name of the NKGB, it turns out that the author simply used later terminology, but the essence events of 1944 laid out correctly. The NKGB conducted an investigation - what doesn’t suit you in this fact?
            2. Looking for April 29 2020 16: 04 New
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              So much for the price of such "memories"
    2. Avior April 28 2020 19: 00 New
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      The award sheets for the well-known partisans - Fedorov, Saburov, Kovpak for conferring the ranks of the GSS are classified. What could be there that was classified ?!
    3. jekasimf April 28 2020 20: 25 New
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      The matter is not in the authorities, but in the Tatars. They were the servants of the Nazis. And here, to sow ethnic hatred.
      1. New Year day April 28 2020 23: 18 New
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        Quote: jekasimf
        It’s not the power, but the Tatars, who were the servants of the Nazis

        From a memo from the Deputy People's Commissar of State Security of the USSR B.Z. Kobulov and the Deputy People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR I.A.Serov addressed to L.P. Beria, dated April 22, 1944:
        “... All those called up to the Red Army amounted to 90 thousand people, including 20 thousand Crimean Tatars ... 20 thousand Crimean Tatars deserted in 1941 from the 51st Army when it retreated from the Crimea ...”
        Erich von Manstein: “... the majority of the Tatar population of Crimea was very friendly towards us. We even managed to form armed self-defense companies from the Tatars, whose task was to protect their villages from attacks by partisans hiding in the mountains of Yaila. The reason that a powerful partisan movement unfolded in Crimea from the very beginning, which caused us a lot of trouble ... "
        “The Tatars immediately sided with us. They saw in us their liberators from the Bolshevik yoke, especially since we respected their religious customs ... "
        As of June 1, 1943, there were 262 people in the Crimean partisan detachments, of which 145 were Russians, 67 Ukrainians, and ... 6 Tatars
        1. Aviator_ April 29 2020 09: 54 New
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          As of June 1, 1943, there were 262 people in the Crimean partisan detachments, of which 145 were Russians, 67 Ukrainians, and ... 6 Tatars

          According to Sermul (900 days in the mountains of the Crimea), the Tatars began to curry favor with the partisans and trampled against them in the hope of receiving forgiveness from the fall of 1943, when Crimea was cut off from the mainland, and even the most stupid Tatar realized that the war would not end at all as Dr. Goebbels said.
    4. orionvitt April 28 2020 21: 20 New
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      Why are archives classified? ... It is clear that the authorities are doing this ..

      Secret information, authorities in all countries. Even insignificant, and not related to "military secrets." From the point of view of power, people need to know only what they are allowed to. The same thing happened and is happening, and in the USA, and in Europe, and in the USSR (now Russia), and in China, absolutely everywhere. Such an internal nature in power, a specific feature, so to speak, to keep everything secret.
      1. Alex Justice April 29 2020 10: 16 New
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        In England there is a law, after 50 years, documents must be made public.
        Is there such a law in Russia?
        1. orionvitt April 29 2020 11: 57 New
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          Quote: Alex Justice
          In England there is a law, after 50 years, documents must be made public.

          What nonsense are you talking about. Let them first declassify the case of Rudolf Hess, whose publication period was extended to a hundred years. How, otherwise, people will learn a lot about the real reasons for the outbreak of World War II. This is so, the first example that came to mind, and if you dig around? What a fig for a mod, like "but they have it." They have something there that will not seem enough.
          1. Aviator_ April 29 2020 12: 25 New
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            They kept the Hess case secret for another 25 years, I think.
          2. Avior April 29 2020 12: 37 New
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            The Hess case has been declassified for a long time, the latest documents were published in 2017, they did not concern Hess himself, these were proposals from the British to the USSR to release Hess for humanitarian reasons from the time of Margaret Thatcher.
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              Quote: Avior
              Hess case declassified for a long time

              What are you talking about? The fact that Hess was in prison Spandau? So everyone knew that very well. Let the protocols of Hess's interrogations be declassified, after his flight to England, in 1940. In addition to that chewing gum, such as "I wanted to negotiate a peace." And they will also explain the mysterious “suicide” after he announced that he would tell something about the secret affairs of the “Western Allies” and the “Third Reich”. Do not be naive, they will never tell us the truth. At least in our lives.
              1. Avior April 29 2020 13: 04 New
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                can give a link which documents are not disclosed, without conspiracy thesis only.
                Everyone writes that they revealed, he was also tried at the Tribunal
                1. orionvitt April 30 2020 00: 37 New
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                  Everyone writes that they revealed

                  The Hess case is, in fact, a secret behind the seven seals, which the British will stubbornly guard. What was declassified is archival garbage that does not matter. A couple of years ago, I remember for sure, there was infa that the British extended the term for the Hess case, either by 50 years, or until 2050. If I find, I’ll throw off the link. Many secrets in this matter.
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      It’s not a matter of power, or not so much of power ... In the late 1980s, Crimean Truth published an EMNIP of 1 or 2 articles on the situation in Crimea between 1942-1944, which were very harsh, with extensive use of the archive of the Crimean Regional Committee, a whole cycle was planned, but in my opinion, after the second article, publications stopped ... then the mass return of the Crimean Tatars began, the leadership began to fear the real possibility of clashes ...
  4. FIR FIR April 28 2020 18: 54 New
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    "During the fighting during the defense and liberation of the peninsula, approximately 1 million people were killed!"
    This is the expensive price our grandfathers paid for this land.
    This is our land!
    1. Looking for April 29 2020 16: 07 New
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      judging by the fact. how the Tatars in the Crimea are behaving now. they don’t think so.
  5. A. Privalov April 28 2020 19: 22 New
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    From whom have they been kept secret for 75 years?
    I can assume that nobody can get into these archives today. They will begin to require some permissions, tolerances, the archive will work for a shorter time, copying documents will be a problem. I repeat, this is only an assumption. I would be very happy if it turns out that this is not so. My fellow soldier lives in Crimea. Share impressions.
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      Quote: A. Privalov
      that nobody can get into these archives even today. They will start to require some permissions, permissions, the archive will work for a shorter time, copying documents will be a problem.

      Have you tried? Whoever needs it is no problem. (judging by the assurances of those who really need and who are engaged in historical research). It is clear that there is absolutely classified information, but there is not much of it in comparison with the total volume. It's just that in our time, everyone is used to referring to Wikipedia, and no one deigns to raise their ass and go to the archive, leaf through documents. It’s easier to say that "everything is classified", or "you need to write permission."
      1. A. Privalov April 28 2020 22: 20 New
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        Have you tried?

        I tried more than once. And in the USSR still, and after. Not this archive, of course, but the Russian State Military Historical Archive, for example. Addressed on the topic of the First World War. I didn’t need any secrets. Cases of quartermaster and quartermaster. I then wrote a thesis to one brow. Received a polite refusal. Everything was found in another country - the former republic.
        Russian State Archive of Literature and Art. Here I was generally looking for materials about a children's writer. Received a boorish refusal ...
        I will not blame everyone. There are very good and responsible employees in a number of archives and museums. Many volunteers. For a small and quite feasible reward, students of the Historical Archival Institute help.
        I used the services and libraries of Congress. There is a huge archive with the Russian department. Such bindery periodicals, which in Russia have long gone on a stick. Everything is completely free. You can pre-order a catalog of documents on a topic of interest, work with it, then request the required storage units. When it is ready, they will inform. Usually two to three days. In difficult cases, a week. You need to tell when you can be there. By this time, everything will be prepared. Annual subscription 20 green (in 2006). If a schoolchild or student is free. So, I know what I'm talking about.
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      From whom have they been kept secret for 75 years?

      From his people of course.
  6. Mountain shooter April 28 2020 19: 32 New
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    Secret archives, most likely, so that lynching did not do over the Tatars. Yes, and evicted them away. And even the partisans who survived remained, and veterans from the war, and there were plenty of weapons in their hands ... and when Khrushchev returned them, or rather, did not return them, but stopped banning them from returning ... so he returned the Bandera men. How could he - amnesty Bandera, and offend the Tatars?
  7. Lord of the Sith April 28 2020 20: 11 New
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    The Tartars in Crimea still burn up for the redeployment of people to Kazakhstan and Siberia after their mass betrayal. So do not even think to discuss this topic with them))
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      Let them burn. These are their problems. We need to talk and remember.
      1. Lord of the Sith April 28 2020 22: 51 New
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        As the saying goes, keep your mouth shut, but keep in mind. Forewarned is forearmed.
    2. AU Ivanov. April 28 2020 23: 13 New
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      So this relocation by Stalin was an act of humanism. Instead of a military tribunal - eviction. Instead of a firing squad - Kazakhstan. That's because the monster Joseph Vissarionovich.
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      that. hear how it didn’t work out? yes they had to obstruct 200 years old. And THAT COMPLETE STEEL.
      1. Lord of the Sith April 29 2020 16: 25 New
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        That you pissing younger. If not, go to the Crimea and arrange obstruction for 200 years.
        I'll see.
  8. businessv April 28 2020 20: 25 New
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    During the fighting during the defense and liberation of the peninsula, approximately 1 million people were killed!
    It’s a sin in Radonitsa not to remember all those who laid down their lives for their homeland! Everlasting memory!
  9. Sasha Minakov April 28 2020 20: 43 New
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    Why secret them?
  10. Jager April 28 2020 21: 03 New
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    He was in Brest and was in Adzhimushka. Brest is heroism and tragedy. Adzhimushkay is heroism and horror. I have not seen a more nightmare place. Who will be in the Crimea, be sure to visit the Adzhimushkay quarry museum. HOW there it was possible to hold the defense I can not imagine. Without food, water and light, without medical care, in the grave cold. They still dig and find documents, skeletons, equipment ... And how many have not yet been found. And who they found was buried in the catacombs.
    The best way to fix the brains with a pan-head and our “we can repeat” is to select the lanterns in the caves and afterwards throw the smoke bomb. Those who come out in a couple of days will surely remain gray. Eternal memory to the defenders.
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      pick lanterns in caves

      In a cave without a flashlight, of course, not everyone can maintain their composure. I remember there was such an “attraction” in the quarries of the Moscow Region, when people were taken to spend the night without flashlights. A friend visited - told interesting things later. Not for nothing in the old days only really strong-spirited monks were blessed for such asceticism, as life in caves.
      But, the main horror of the situation of those fighting in Adzhimushkaysky quarries is not in the absence of lanterns and in difficult living conditions in the caves, as such, but in the fact that more than ten thousand people, including women and children, were condemned to death by fascist animals, who closed the light to the defenders of the quarry at the end of the tunnel.
  11. Mabius April 28 2020 21: 49 New
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    Among the declassified documents there are letters, reports, interrogation protocols and other materials testifying to the criminal activities of the Nazis and their accomplices on the territory of Crimea during the years of occupation.

    I even know what kind of documents these are .. Many current kolobarzionists really don’t like them .. But you can’t keep silent!
  12. akarfoxhound April 28 2020 22: 24 New
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    It’s not clear - why were 75 years old shy to show!
  13. amr
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    Not at all because they were simply afraid that they would begin to settle accounts with the relatives of those who served the Germans and distinguished themselves in atrocities.


    Do not carry nonsense, they yourself were immediately shot!
    1. ccsr April 29 2020 12: 21 New
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      Do not carry nonsense, they yourself were immediately shot!

      The war criminals who served with the Germans were shot, and their relatives did not fall under the tribunal, and they were simply evicted from the Crimea so that there would be no lynching. As for the Crimean Tatars, practically all the inhabitants of the countryside must have served the Germans, because it freed them from the seizure of livestock and property and provided benefits, which is why the Crimean people hated them. But even then, not all of them were criminals:
      We became friends with the Tatars, some sons served in the Red Army, others were awarded orders and medals in Soviet times. Now the Tatars emphasized these facts, as if in some way justifying themselves. The relationship between us and the headman didn’t work out. The result was a short-term raid of the Germans who came from Ichkov.
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    Enormous help to the Nazis was provided by the Crimean Tatars, without whose help it would be impossible to destroy partisans.
    As in Belarus and Ukraine.


    So in Belarus and Ukraine there were no Crimean Tatars, who helped the Germans there?

    The Tatars were deported mainly by the elderly women and children, because all the men were at the front, of course, someone ran to the Germans, just like one of the Russians ran the rest, we still remember about the Vlasov Army
    My grandfather of the guard is a major in the Red Army, there are many partisans of the Tatars ...
    so do not carry nonsense!
  15. Avior April 29 2020 13: 01 New
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    An article by a Crimean historian in the Bulletin of St. Petersburg University on the partisan movement in Crimea. There were enough problems.
    https://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/partizanskoe-dvizhenie-v-krymu-v-gody-velikoy-otechestvennoy-voyny/viewer
  16. amr
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    As for the Crimean Tatars, practically all the inhabitants of the countryside must have served the Germans, because it freed them from the seizure of livestock and property and provided benefits,

    Hello and why collectivization has not touched the Crimea? cattle and livestock was a yard 1 cow 10 hens ..... and I repeat all the combat-ready population drafted into the red army!
    Also, do not forget the Crimean forests, it’s not Belarus or endless loess ... this can be said woodlands, there isn’t much to be buried!

    Well, what a thrill is it always someone to blame for betrayal, why at these moments everyone forgets about the Russian, Ukrainian policemen? about the Vlasov army?