Expedition to the ancestors

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Expedition to the ancestors
A very rare photo and, unfortunately, not completely fit. Workers of the carriage workshops of the Ryazhsko-Morshanskaya railway. Konstantin Taratynov, my great-grandfather, with his brother (left)


Which from the time of our ancestors
hitherto gave uninterrupted prosperity
and glory to our kingdom.

The Third Book of Maccabees, 6: 25

History recent past. Somehow, not very long ago, some readers of our site asked me to think about a series of articles about ... the past. Because life is changing rapidly, and from the past, even the Soviet one, not to mention the time before it, there is literally nothing left. The streets themselves change in such a way that if our grandparents were on them, they would not recognize them.



Of course, I can’t talk about some global moments. I was not familiar with the ministers, and of the secretaries of the Penza OK CPSU - only with the second, I saw the first only from a distance. But just as one can guess the existence of seas and oceans by a drop of water, so one quite ordinary everyday story can contain a lot of interesting things.

In addition, I was kind of lucky: having been born in 1954, I spent all my childhood with old people who were born before the revolution, in an old house filled with things of the XNUMXth century, and I partly received “that” upbringing ...


Plan of a house built by my great-grandfather in 1882. The right half - my grandfather Peter Konstantinovich, the left - his brother Vladimir and his sister Evdokia. He had a stove and a Dutch woman, and in general they lived together, and their living area was larger than ours. The drawing also marked all the sheds, and "retirades" (outhouses), as they were decently called then ...

And it so happened that one of my earliest memories refers, probably, to the age of four. I run out into the canopy of our wooden house, the morning is bright, sunny, and I touch some objects on the shelf in front of the window to the street, and I have an eerie, frightening feeling of deja vu that I have already touched all this once.

Then the porch, the courtyard, and in front of the barn the dog Rex runs on a chain, with one ear sticking out and the other drooping, which makes him look very stupid. I go to the garden, and it seems huge, there are a lot of bushes, trees in it, and you can hide there so that no one will find you with fire during the day. But the garden, as well as the yard where firewood is brought and dumped, are all summer pleasures, as well as playing with the neighbor boys in the neighboring yard.

And there are many courtyards along Proletarskaya Street, formerly Aleksandrovskaya Street, in fact, it all consists of separate households, fenced off from each other by wooden fences. Not far from our house, it was crossed by Mirskaya Street, named after the Penza governor Svyatopolk Mirsky. So there were no sidewalks at all on it, and people walked on broken ground, even when asphalt had already been laid on Proletarskaya.


This is how the estate plans were drawn up at that time. The letters indicated what was what, and a brief description was given. The house, as you can see, was on a stone foundation (marked in pink), that is, the structure was very solid. Well, there was a lot of land near the house. The total area of ​​the plot was 1 m

There is no asphalt on the pedestrian part yet. It's not on the road either. I am five and a half years old at this time, and I know this for sure, because my neighbors constantly ask me how old I am, and I answer - "five and a half." For some reason, I remember it.

Instead of asphalt, "sidewalks" were laid - boards on transverse logs. The boards are thick, but still flex when walking. And this is very cool, because in the spring water accumulates under the sidewalks, and when people step on a board with a loose branch, a fountain of cold water shoots up from there. And it's especially funny when such a fountain hits women under their skirts! Well, you just can't stop laughing.

Well, the roadway is covered with gravel, but all the same, the ruts on it are such that the “box” bus barely passes through it.


The text of the great-grandfather's will to his wife is already typed. Progress, however!

In the morning I always woke up from the creak of these sidewalks and the clatter of many feet - these were the workers in a continuous stream going to the mill. Then the screams of the milkmaids began: “Milk! Who needs milk! A grinder followed them: “We sharpen knives, we straighten razors!”, Then a junk dealer with a cart: “Shurum-burum, we take junk!” Here, involuntarily, I had to insert, run to the kitchen to wash over the washstand and ... So the day began.

But happily it began only in the summer. In autumn, winter and spring, my house was pretty boring.

Firstly, everyone in my family worked: my grandfather until 1961, when he retired at the age of 70, and then my grandmother left with him. He was the director of the school and taught geography and labor there, and his grandmother worked in the library.

I also found a time when my grandfather was arguing with my grandmother because she asked him to bring water from the pump, and in response he began to swear that “you are preventing me from getting ready for the“ chickens ”. This terrible word "kuroki" was remembered by me for the rest of my life. As a result, my mother, who came home from work, went to fetch water, and the incident was settled. But the "chicks" are remembered.


Passport book of Konstantin Taratynov

So until 1961, I had to stay at home alone very often for a long time. And it was boring, because I had already overlooked all the rooms in the house.

How about playing with toys? And there were few of them, then children were not spoiled with toys. There was a big bear that purred when I wrestled with it, a stuffed hare and a fox - my favorite childhood friends. There was also a groovy subway, but it had to be placed on the table in the hall, and this could not always be done.

They wanted to send me to a kindergarten, but when I found out that I would have to go there in the summer, I flatly refused, summer freedom was dearer to me than anything in the world.


Nationality was not indicated in the passports then. Religion was indicated - this was the main thing!

But back to the house.

It had a large entrance hall with a closet, an entrance hall, where grandfather's bed stood against the wall, that is, he actually slept at the door, and in the hall there was a sideboard, a round table, a sofa on which grandmother slept, a chest of drawers with various knick-knacks and Moser watches. ". Above them hung, in the fashion of the time, large photographic portraits of my grandfather in his youth and his two sons, about whom I was told that they had died in the war.

In the same room, by the stove, there was also a large bookcase, and in front of the windows, on stools, there were tubs of palm trees, one date palm and the other fan. In the corner of the room in 1959, a television appeared, over which hung a black radio dish.


In 1912, they also took out loans from the bank ...

From the hall, a door led into a small bedroom, where my mother's bed and mine were placed, still with a grate so as not to fall out at night, a table at which grandfather and mother prepared "kurokam", and another mahogany table on one carved leg. On it stood a glass container with a mushroom floating in tea. I was ordered to drink it, and I still can't decide if I liked it or not.


View of the house from the street. The house differed from many houses on Proletarskaya in that it did not have a front porch overlooking the street, it had only a row of windows and a gate to the courtyard

In the kitchen there was a table at which all four of us ate, another cupboard full of grandfather's abstracts and pictures torn from books and pre-revolutionary encyclopedias, and a Saratov refrigerator. There was also an electric stove on it, on which they cooked when they did not heat the stove or because of the cold it was impossible to burn kerogas in the hallway.

By the way, in the same hallway there was also a deep, cold cellar lined with stone, in which we kept potatoes and ... we had to hide, as grandfather said, in case of war from bombs.


Interior view of the hall on "our half"

The stove took up a lot of space in the house. Huge, with a couch on top, it was to me both a knight's castle, and an uninhabited island, and a ship. One wall was made of wood. And I dragged from my grandfather his pictures from encyclopedias and glued them to this wall with plasticine, and then ... I talked to myself, telling myself stories related to them.

Many children talk to themselves, explain the game, but hardly anyone had so many beautiful color pictures from which it was simply impossible to look away: weapon North American Indians”, “Polynesian and his wife at the pirogue”, “Swallow's Nest in the Crimea”, “Eskimo Clothes”, “Eskimo Igloo” - these are just a small part of what was there.

There were a lot of old things in the house. Actually, the whole house was saturated with antiquity, and even in 1961, very little, except for the radio, TV and vacuum cleaner, differed from what was in it, let's say, in 1911! That is, half a century had very little effect on him, and I was also raised by middle-aged people: my grandfather was born in 1891, my grandmother was born in 1900.


And here is a very interesting document issued to my great-grandmother - a certificate of demunicipalization of housing. That is, at first it was municipalized by the Soviet authorities, but then something did not grow together there, and it was returned to the owners again already in 1919. By the way, according to a 1914 estimate, the house costs 550 rubles!

It was somehow not customary to talk about the past then, and personally, if I managed to find out something about it, it was somehow in fits and starts when I asked questions about it.

For example, I was very interested in the sign on the door of our house: “Salamander Insurance Company”. We insure against fire "1882". As they explained to me, that year my great-grandfather built this house, but did not have time to insure it, and set it on fire the very first night. Who, why and for what - and did not find out.

My ancestors were saved by the fact that the fire tower was literally a hundred meters from us, and the fire cart arrived in time instantly. But the house had to be rebuilt, and the great-grandfather built a large barn out of the burnt logs.

The house was eventually divided into two families - my grandfather, in the family of the youngest, and the family of his brother Vladimir, who settled in the "other half" with his sister Dina. He did not marry, and she did not marry. She died in 1958 and he in 1961, so we also got part of his house. But part of us (with a stove, first one room, and then the second) was chopped off from us by another grandfather's sister Tatyana.


Here she was, this same Tatyana, in her youth, of course. She married an officer of the Cossack troops (only the rank on shoulder straps is almost impossible to consider), here he is next to her, and gave birth to two sons from him who died during the Great Patriotic War

In general, great-grandfather Konstantin Petrovich Tatarynov (1845–1910) had many children. He himself was a native of the city of Morshansk, a tradesman by social status, of the Orthodox religion. In Penza, his career went uphill, and he rose to the rank of foreman of the carriage workshops of the Ryazhsko-Morshanskaya railway, that is, he made an excellent career for a man from the people. According to his grandfather, he did not drink alcohol and did not smoke.


Her sister is Evdokia (Dina). Then these photos were very popular. Unfortunately, few of them have survived, and not all of them have it written who is who.

His family was big. In addition to his brother (no information could be found about him, it is only known that he also worked in the Penza railway workshops), he had a bunch of children: sons - Ilya, Alexei, Vladimir and Peter, and daughters - Tatyana, Evdokia, Olga. There were three more children (!), but they all died very early. His wife Evdokia Guryevna lived longer than her husband (1851-1923), and this despite so many births and a generally difficult life.

And now the most interesting thing is that all the children of Konstantin received an education, first they graduated from the gymnasium, and then continued their studies in all directions. Evdokia became a music teacher, Vladimir graduated from the physics and mathematics department of the university and became a mathematics teacher at the gymnasium, Tatyana became a French teacher. True, I won’t say who Ilya and Alexei became, but they each had their own house and left me a “legacy” of a whole bunch of aunts, one of whom later taught me chemistry at school.


"Uncle Volodya" in 1932. Oh, and I didn't like him. Firstly, he always addressed my grandfather somehow condescendingly and called him Pierre as an older brother, demanded that I call him “grandfather”, and also liked to pat my cheeks, which were plump in childhood. Well, I took revenge on him in my own way: I bit the apples that had fallen from the tree and put them back on the ground. And, of course, he never admitted that it was I who bit them ...

But my grandfather didn’t want to study further, left the gymnasium, and became a “black sheep in the herd” - he went to his father’s workshops as a hammerer, because he had great strength and could be baptized with a pood weight! There, in three years, he earned himself an inguinal hernia and flat feet, which successfully avoided mobilization in the First World War.

He took up his mind after the death of his father. He graduated as an external student, first from a gymnasium, then from a teacher's institute, and in 1917 he met ... in the position of a teacher in a rural school.

And that's what's interesting, the family of a craftsman, but ... the right craftsman - and what is the result? All children could be educated. Build a big house with a farm. Which even got to me, his great-grandson. That is, the opportunity to rise from the bottom was high enough among the people of the ignoble and then ...


It is also a very rare, although popular at the time, photo of a team of workers from the Penza locomotive and carriage depot. Konstantin Taratynov is ninth from the left in the bottom row. But my grandfather, a very young guy, is third from the left

To be continued ...
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  1. +5
    February 19 2023
    “Ah, what just happened to us, the first step, the first class, the first waltz. Everything that you can’t tell in words, the photographs will say about us. family album .." (C)
  2. +5
    February 19 2023
    —- Thanks to the author for the very interesting, illustrated memoirs and the rich and correct Russian language!

    —-It is amazing how rich the originals of 100 years ago have been preserved! Feel the love and respect for the history of the family!
  3. +4
    February 19 2023
    With the author of the same age, therefore, grandfather and grandmother on the maternal and paternal lines - Siberians were born from 1895 to 1900. Grandfather on the maternal side in 1938 according to the famous 58th century. the then Criminal Code for five years (lucky) sat down near Magadan. He returned from the camp unfit for health to serve in the army, so he was not sent to the front. My paternal grandfather also sat down, but in 1939 he died in the camp. Every two years, my parents and I went to visit my grandparents in a Siberian village. I always remember the yard near the house covered with boards, a flock (barn), a hayloft, a corral for a cow, chickens and everything under a common wooden roof, a bathhouse at the end of a large garden, bird cherry and mountain ash, fishing. Even now, I often remember this time and those places with nostalgia. One should not forget one's ancestors, and it is necessary to remember them by passing on to children the memory of their biographies.
  4. +3
    February 19 2023
    Perfectly preserved documents! Reading them is a pleasure. So you immerse yourself in those years! Author, continuation is up to you.
    1. +2
      February 19 2023
      Quote: aszzz888
      Author, continuation is up to you.

      It will, don't worry!
      1. +4
        February 19 2023
        She married an officer of the Cossack troops (only the title on shoulder straps is almost impossible to consider)

        judging by the monogram on shoulder straps, this is an officer of the 5th Orenburg Cossack Emir of Bukhara Ali Regiment. Title - cornet, or centurion, the number of stars cannot be considered, only two of them or the third under the monogram are visible
        1. +2
          February 19 2023
          I, too, looked, looked, enlarged this way and that - either or ...
  5. +1
    February 19 2023
    It's like going back 65 years. Thanks to the author for the article
  6. +4
    February 19 2023
    Myasnikov from the Ural dumplings sings a song about old photographs that have a soul, unlike modern digital ones. I also think so, when "Change" filmed and conjured at home on the manifestation.
    1. +4
      February 19 2023
      At first I also shot with "Change", the photographic enlarger was "Light-4" with the lens "Industar - 50u".
      There are also some photographs of ancestors, the pre-revolutionary land plan has been preserved. And there is also an essay about my grandfather in the local newspaper for 1975. Grandfather - participant in the storming of Berlin. For reference: The territory of independent Latvia after November 1918 was made up of the lands of three former Russian provinces - Livonia, Courland and part of Vitebsk. On August 11, 1920, peace was concluded in Riga, according to which the Abrensky district (now the Pytalovsky district of the Pskov region) was ceded to Latvia.
      It was in this Abrensky district that my grandfather ended up, where he was engaged in agriculture and even served in the Latvian army on conscription.
    2. +1
      February 19 2023
      Myasnikov from the Ural dumplings sings a song about old photographs that have a soul

      V. Myasnikov song "Old photos"
  7. 0
    February 19 2023
    Thanks for the interesting story!
  8. 0
    February 19 2023
    That is, the opportunity to rise from the bottom was high enough among the people of the ignoble and then ...
    I would be careful with this sentiment. It turns out that everyone else was bums and simply did not want to "rise from the bottom"? But what about the decree "On cook's children"? True, this is Alexander III, but still ...
    1. +2
      February 19 2023
      Quote: Aviator_
      It turns out that everyone else was bums and simply did not want to "rise from the bottom"?

      And why was he better? Only because he didn’t drink or smoke ... And so - everything is like everyone else.
    2. 0
      February 21 2023
      What does "sentiment" mean? And father V.I. Lenin (Ulyanov) - Ilya Nikolaevich Ulyanov, by origin from the Astrakhan townspeople, served the hereditary nobility (actual state councilor - corresponded to the army major general). Or is it also a "sentiment"? No matter how you "dig", there are only "maxims" that do not climb into the gates of "theory".
  9. -2
    February 19 2023
    As they explained to me, in that year my great-grandfather built this house,

    To the author and other lovers of "family trees".
    Author, you had 4 great-grandfathers and 4 great-grandmothers. Further 8 + 8 = 16, further 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 .... a power series with a base of 2. And 4 generations for 100 years. In total, during the time of Leo Tolstoy, 9 generations - 512 people who mated for the sake of you. In Peter's time, this figure would be in the tens of thousands. Choose any ancestor from a beggarly murderer to a count - for sure everyone will be found.
    And yet - you will not have personal offspring. In just 200 years, you will have to share a descendant with 512 living idlers. It is hardly possible to consider "your" apartment in which you have only 512th share.
    1. +2
      February 19 2023
      Quote: dauria
      in 200 years

      I will sneeze deeply on everything!
      1. -3
        February 19 2023
        I will sneeze deeply on everything!

        However, do not "sneeze" now. And you stick out one ancestor, silent and belittling the rest, It's funny and sad to look at the modern "descendants of Leo Tolstoy", although the count is left there, like a glass of wine poured into a barrel.
        Be honest and remember everyone. Perhaps some serf woman, downtrodden and tortured by work, who died in childbirth, did more for you than that great-grandfather who bought the house.
        1. +1
          February 20 2023
          Quote: dauria
          one ancestor, silent and belittling the rest, It is funny and sad to look at the modern "descendants of Leo Tolstoy", although the count is left there, like a glass of wine poured into a barrel.
          Be honest and remember everyone

          Did it ever occur to you that there is simply no information on them?
  10. +1
    February 19 2023
    What a good heartfelt article! Saved a lot of the family archive God knows from what times. Cool and enviable, honestly!

    Now the question is, who knows.
    Everyone I know has no documents and photographs for the "royal" period.
    Some of the descendants know a maximum of great-grandfather / great-grandmother, and then only from the stories of grandfather and grandmother, respectively. And then - complete darkness and a gap in history. Fill it with all sorts of fiction and family legends. Like, "great-grandfather was four times St. George Knight" and without any details (at least for which war specifically) and confirmation. Was there and that's it! Or "my great-grandmother was a countess" (why not a duchess or a Grand Duchess?). One familiar guitar player generally interrupted his mini-concerts with confusing, but very emotional stories in all seriousness (not kidding) that his rural grandmother, a former collective farmer from the outback, "is related to the Queen of England" (???) .

    Well, many do not want to, it is not interesting for them to lead their family from simple draft peasants, from some humble hard workers.

    According to the Soviet decree on the separation of church and state - the record, registration of all acts of civil status was transferred to the official authorities. I read that at the same time all church parish registers were confiscated and allegedly transferred to the state archive. Some claim that they simply went to kindling. In any case, there to trace your genealogy to 1917, the answer is the same - “NO!”. I requested the metric book of a particular church from a particular city. I suspect it's the same everywhere.

    However, something can be dug up where the local “royal” archives of registration of households, etc., have been preserved. and so on. But even if you're lucky, these are random, fragmentary finds.

    So, attention, the question - where is now the huge array of all these church registers of births until 1917, out of the great number of churches in Rus'?



    1. +3
      February 19 2023

      So, attention, the question - where is now the huge array of all these church registers of births until 1917, out of the great number of churches in Rus'?

      In the state archives, and if you want to know about your ancestors, then do not spare money and order a search.

      I know my maternal side until the middle of the 19th century, and on my paternal side I found an ancestor as early as the 17th century. In the photo, the sitting boy is my great-grandfather, respectively, my great-great-great-grandmother and great-great-great-grandmother, I know everyone by name, patronymic, in the first photo, the militia soldier on the far left is the boy in the second photo.
    2. +3
      February 19 2023
      We have a lot of these books in the state archive in Penza. Regularly three times a week, a bunch of people dig into them looking for their pedigrees ...
      1. +3
        February 19 2023
        there are a lot in the state archives

        I do not argue. But in reality, you can’t find everything, and that’s a great success.
  11. 0
    February 19 2023
    He had a stove and a dutch

    A stove and a Dutch woman are one and the same - a brick stove for space heating. Obviously, by "stove" the author understands the Russian oven - an oven for cooking. These are two different "aggregates" and in the everyday life of the past such moments must be known and taken into account.
    1. +2
      February 19 2023
      in our area they say a stove and a fire
      1. +1
        February 19 2023
        The firebox is part of the furnace in all parts. There is such a kind of Russian stove - a stove with a firebox. A Dutch woman is a round heating stove.
        1. +3
          February 19 2023
          There is such a kind of Russian stove - a stove with a firebox

          in the old Russian hut there was only one room and half of it was occupied by a stove, but what if there is more than one room? Then they put heating stoves in them - columns, which we call - fireboxes. I don't know what they are called elsewhere. In the house in which I live and which I inherited from my great-grandmother, there is a stove and fireboxes in two rooms.
          1. +2
            February 19 2023
            Then they put heating stoves - columns

            In a professional language, such "columns" are called a heating shield with a built-in firebox. They are used for heating only.
            And the firebox is a cooking stove attached to the Russian classic stove.
            1. +2
              February 19 2023
              In a professional language, such "columns" are called a heating shield with a built-in firebox.

              I imagine how my great-grandfather, setting in 1911. the house ordered "heating shields with a built-in firebox" to the stanitsa stove-maker laughing
              Probably grandfather had to pour more than one quarter of chikhir into the stove to get to the point that they want him drinks
              1. +1
                February 19 2023
                I imagine how my great-grandfather, setting in 1911. the house ordered "heating shields with a built-in firebox" to the stanitsa stove-maker

                So let's go back to my first comment.
                A stove and a Dutch woman are one and the same - a brick stove for space heating. Obviously, by "stove" the author understands the Russian oven - an oven for cooking. These are two different "aggregates" and in the everyday life of the past such moments must be known and taken into account.

                What did I mean. As the Austrian terminologist Eugen Wüster said
                Unambiguity is the main requirement for the relation "word and its meaning". Different in meaning, but similar in form, words (homonyms) and single-valued words (synonyms) should express as few meanings as possible.

                That is, if you are engaged, in this case, in the everyday life of some historical period and some place (country, region, city, etc.), then you must either bring the terminology to a modern, understandable general reader, or, if you decide to use archaisms , any local names and the like, then you need to provide the appropriate glossary.
                Given the topic, I can say that there is a lot of confusion in stove terminology and the arbitrary use of many stove terms, without taking into account the context, is a very common phenomenon, which often leads to a distorted idea not only about stoves, but also about what they are today.
                Therefore, in order to suggest how your great-grandfather formulated the task of furnace affairs to the master at the beginning of the last century, you also need to know the place. Then, referring to the special literature, this monologue can be tried to restore. Perhaps it sounded like this:
                What stove would you recommend, an old device, or in the form of a square cabinet, or in the form of a pillar, on stumps? Brick or tiled with sticks and hollows with posts and semi-rollers? Colored tiles with glaze or with masks of armored work or with inscriptions, or with only letters in the form of monograms? What is the measure of their width and height, and in how many rows are they stacked?

                And everything is clear without any chikhir.
                1. +1
                  February 20 2023
                  Respected Michiel, I do not argue with you at all about how such heating "columns" are correctly called in a professional language. I just do not know. Shpakovsky calls them Dutch. To which I wrote:

                  and in our area they say a stove and a fire

                  for some they are covered with tiled tiles, for others they are whitewashed. Some are round. We have square ones in our house. It doesn't matter, the main thing is that I understood what he meant.
                  Now about the order of my great-grandfather. You write that perhaps it would sound more correct like this:

                  What stove would you recommend, an old device, or in the form of a square cabinet, or in the form of a pillar, on stumps? Brick or tiled with sticks and hollows with posts and semi-rollers? Colored tiles with glaze or with masks of armored work or with inscriptions, or with only letters in the form of monograms? What is the measure of their width and height, and in how many rows are they stacked?


                  Great-grandfather was not alive. But I suspect that the order looked different:
                  in this half there will be a kitchen - you need an oven with a stove bench, and that half will be a warm room - you need a pipe in the middle, and to it there are two fireboxes for rooms. Like the Zakharovs. Yes, in the yard near the mountain ash, you need a flyer. How much will you ask?

                  And everything was clear to the stove-maker. Discussed the details, agreed on a price. They beat me on the hands.
                  PS. I like your comments
                  Best regards
                  Dmitriy
      2. 0
        February 21 2023
        In ours, too, and melting the "Dutch", the grandfather said - "he went to heat the firebox."
  12. +2
    February 19 2023
    an officer of the Cossack troops (that's just the rank on shoulder straps is almost impossible to consider)

    Why is it impossible? One gap is clearly visible - which means at least a cadet (junior lieutenant in the SA), as a maximum - a captain (major in the SA). Since the age of the officer is clearly not "major's" and, under magnification, more than one asterisk is not visible - he is a cadet.
    1. +3
      February 19 2023
      the age of the officer is clearly not "major"

      But what about the song, God forgive me, of the "great Cossack poet" Rosembaum
      "Under the window, the young captain dozed off" smile
      as a maximum - esaul

      there are no stars on the captain's shoulder straps. and here two side ones can be seen with an increase. as I wrote above, this is an officer of the 5th Orenburg Cossack Emir of Bukhara Ali Regiment. The title is a cornet, or a centurion, the number of stars cannot be considered, only two or a third are visible under
      regimental monogram
  13. -1
    February 20 2023
    "My father is a drunkard,
    He boasts of it
    He reaches for the coffin
    And yet he drinks;
    And the mother is walking
    Sister is lost
    And I'm a smoker
    Yakov Yadov

"Right Sector" (banned in Russia), "Ukrainian Insurgent Army" (UPA) (banned in Russia), ISIS (banned in Russia), "Jabhat Fatah al-Sham" formerly "Jabhat al-Nusra" (banned in Russia) , Taliban (banned in Russia), Al-Qaeda (banned in Russia), Anti-Corruption Foundation (banned in Russia), Navalny Headquarters (banned in Russia), Facebook (banned in Russia), Instagram (banned in Russia), Meta (banned in Russia), Misanthropic Division (banned in Russia), Azov (banned in Russia), Muslim Brotherhood (banned in Russia), Aum Shinrikyo (banned in Russia), AUE (banned in Russia), UNA-UNSO (banned in Russia), Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People (banned in Russia), Legion “Freedom of Russia” (armed formation, recognized as terrorist in the Russian Federation and banned)

“Non-profit organizations, unregistered public associations or individuals performing the functions of a foreign agent,” as well as media outlets performing the functions of a foreign agent: “Medusa”; "Voice of America"; "Realities"; "Present time"; "Radio Freedom"; Ponomarev; Savitskaya; Markelov; Kamalyagin; Apakhonchich; Makarevich; Dud; Gordon; Zhdanov; Medvedev; Fedorov; "Owl"; "Alliance of Doctors"; "RKK" "Levada Center"; "Memorial"; "Voice"; "Person and law"; "Rain"; "Mediazone"; "Deutsche Welle"; QMS "Caucasian Knot"; "Insider"; "New Newspaper"