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Doctors' Case: Drama and its Characters

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One of the most controversial processes of the middle of the last century can be attributed to the famous "case of doctors." Unusual in its essence, initially fairly open, overgrown with myths and legends from the first days of its existence, the work of doctors today is a model historical conspiracy theology, which, one way or another, is interfaced with the death of Stalin. The strangeness of this case, according to a number of criteria, resembles the strangeness, no less, of the Egyptian pyramids: the more details arise about the retrospective of the case of doctors, the more mysteries this case presents. Neither historians, nor representatives of the medical corps, nor the descendants of the participants in those high-profile processes of the early fifties of the 60th century, not only do not have a single opinion on the case of doctors, but even the other way round: personal judgments and even the handling of undeniable facts lead to the appearance of diametrically opposed final views events that happened more than XNUMX years ago. The main question is: was Stalin the initiator of this high-profile process, or was his person used by people standing at that time next to the Father of Nations.


Doctors' Case: Drama and its Characters


So, most historians tend to connect the beginning of the epic with doctors with the death of Andrei Zhdanov (the closest ally of Stalin, one of the main characters in the party as a whole and the Politburo in particular) - 31 on August 1948 of the year. This death, as it turned out after the autopsy, occurred as a result of myocardial infarction. It would seem that nothing strange and conspiracy theological, because Zhdanov suffered for a long time from ailments of the cardiovascular system, if not one but ... The fact is that after a heart attack that happened in Andrei Zhdanov during a vacation in Valdai, the doctors from the health department The Kremlin (Lechsanupr), headed by Professor V.N. Vinogradov, did not diagnose myocardial infarction with Zhdanov, but recorded something streamlined in the style of heart failure against the background of other negative processes in the body. At the same time, Professor Vinogradov and other doctors noted the presence of the so-called myomalytic foci, which are an indirect confirmation of a possible heart attack. This understatement, or rather the ambiguity of the approach, gave rise to a high-profile case, as a result of which hundreds of fates were crumpled and trampled.

A few days after the survey, representatives of Lechsanupra Zhdanov passed away. In order to urgently help law enforcement agencies to find those responsible for Zhdanov’s death (and there was no talk of those responsible for such a case at that time), or rather, to divert a possible whistling over his head, a letter with the details of an incorrect diagnosis and the wrong treatment. Zhdanova sent Lydia Timashuk to the competent authorities. Timashuk, a cardiologist, said in her letter that after taking the electrocardiogram A. Zhdanov, she personally found out that he had all the signs of myocardial infarction, but the doctors did not take her considerations into account, telling her about her ignorance .

The letter reached intricate paths to Stalin himself, but in a strange way this story did not initially receive any progress. The reason that Stalin put a resolution “to the archive” on Timashuk’s letter may be that the death of Zhdanov, who in recent years had walked too briskly along the party ladder, was quite on hand to the Father of Nations himself. Moreover, Zhdanov was far from being in favor of other members of the Politburo, and many accused him and his entourage that he was going to cut off a weighty piece of power, transferring the hotbed of influence of the party’s policy of the Republic to Leningrad. Was it true, or is it just court intrigue - a mystery. However, having buried Zhdanov with honors, dealing with medical errors and incorrect diagnoses was hesitated.

The actual design of the "doctors' case" from anonymous letters and denunciations in the real process of the century happened a few years later. One of the reasons is the unexpected interest of the Soviet counterintelligence in the activities of the so-called JAC (Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee). The interest itself has identified itself after the Jewish state of Israel, which arose in the Middle East, supported by the Soviet leadership, after several years of receiving help from the USSR in the struggle for independence, did not decide to take a course towards socialist (communist) development. Historians saw in the desire to shake up Jewish organizations on the territory of the Soviet Union Stalin’s personal offense against the Israeli leadership that had fallen into tattle. Whether this resentment was connected with the wave, let's say, the work on the EAC or was not - today is not so important. It is important that, under the representatives of this very EAC, they began to dig deep in order to discover possible ties with foreign intelligence services.

One of those under whom the digging began to lead, was Dr. Jacob Etinger - the personal physician of Lawrence Beria. Etinger was interrogated, as they say, with passion. During one of these interrogations, the physician was asked to confess that he worked for several foreign intelligence services at once under the auspices of the non-profit organization “Joint”, whose headquarters were based in the United States. The fridge camera did its job, and Etinger "confessed" that he worked for Western intelligence services, and "confessed" that his tasks included improper treatment and a conscious reduction in the life of prominent party leaders of the USSR. Zhdanov’s death resurfaced, as well as the deaths of other party leaders. Etinger's “confession” took place in 1950, but it did not make the mechanism move. The reason is in the death of Etinger himself, who died during the investigation.

Mikhail Ryumin, who, like Lydia Timashuk several years earlier, decided to “shed light” on the situation, gave a powerful impetus to the matter. Ryumin, who served as chief of the investigative unit for particularly important cases in the MGB of the USSR, reported "to the very top" that Minister of State Security Viktor Abakumov, who supervised Dr. Etinger’s interrogations, did not make public after the death of the interrogator that Etinger) with a group of doctors "deliberately killed" prominent political figures of the Land of the Soviets. Like, he knew, but did not inform, thereby covering up the activities of foreign intelligence services in the USSR. It was after the denunciation of Ryumin that the “mill” turned in millstones. At the same time, there is a version that Ryumin decided not to bring Abakumov himself, and that there were higher figures behind him who wanted to settle accounts with his closest Stalinist entourage, using Ryumin as a tool.

In July, 1951, Abakumov lost his post, and after Stalin's death was executed. The shooting of Abakumov in 1954 was indirectly proved by the fact that the fall of the Minister of State Security was beneficial to those who were ready to sign up as Stalin's successors in the event of his death. Ryumin, after his revelation about the failure of the Ministry of State Security, rose to the deputy minister, making a lightning jerk up. It was to him that Stalin ordered the development of the case of "killer doctors", for which Mikhail Ryumin readily took it.

Caps flew with the majority of heads of representatives of Lechsanupra. Lydia Timashuk's letter from 1948 of the year was attached to the case (Timashuk, by the way, received the Order of Lenin for her vigilance, which was safely deprived of her after Stalin’s death), the "testimony" of Jacob Etinger about his and his colleagues , documents on the medical errors of Professor Vinogradov and other doctors. Vinogradov himself and other prominent doctors recognized their mistakes made during the treatment of Zhdanov, but not all declared themselves to be accomplices of foreign intelligence services who received assignments for "improper treatment" from abroad.

Mikhail Ryumin decided to go ahead and show Stalin that the doctors of Lechsanupra were not just representatives of espionage structures, but also double agents, and even triple agents. The deputy minister has compiled an entire register of “spies”, whose activities in the USSR were conducted almost from the moment Stalin came to power. At the same time, a special segment of the "enemies of the people", according to Rumin's materials, corresponded to persons of Jewish nationality, who were quite a few among prominent medical workers. Evidence of the existence of a spy network was based on the documented testimony of the doctors themselves, who were ready to confirm everything, simply not enduring "special measures" during interrogations.

The whole power of the “doctors' case”, as a result of which, in a short time, the entire top of Lechsanupra was in the dungeons, was cultivated through the main information mouthpiece of that time - the Pravda newspaper. Soviet citizens "learned" about doctors who brutally tortured party leaders, how spy doctors tried to restrict the head of state in his activities to govern the country, about how the Jewish international network took root in the USSR and tries to paralyze the control system of the Soviet state . Indignation and simultaneous fear of people in white coats literally paralyzed Soviet society. In each medica, especially impressionable and “alert” citizens were ready to see an agent of British intelligence ...

Stalin himself was rooted in the conviction that all the doctors around him, along with representatives of the security forces, were agents of foreign special services. From a psychological point of view, there is a situation when the need to promote a certain idea to the masses so captures the mind of a person that he himself begins to grasp any data that could even remotely help him to strengthen his conclusions.

Here are some headlines from the Pravda newspaper, a sample of the beginning of 1953 of the year.

"Vile spies and murderers under the guise of professors, doctors"

"The case of killer doctors"

"For treason - shooting!"

"Dog - a dog's death!"

Meanwhile, the persecution of doctors led to the fact that the head of state himself was left virtually unprotected. All the luminaries of domestic medicine from Lechsanupra fell into a far from unbiased investigation, and people who had never had access to such a high-ranking patient, were not obliged to take care of Stalin’s health, were not familiar with the history of his illness, with the nuances of the previous stages of treatment. This gives reason to ask the question: wasn’t it profitable to unwind a ridiculous story with spy doctors to those who wanted to get rid of Stalin as soon as possible? ..
Quite possible. And if we consider that Stalin himself was sure that there was a spy net around his person, hitting the web of his own conspiracy, the game was worth the candle for her entertainers. On the other hand, the very idea of ​​using the case of doctors to approximate Stalin’s death could have appeared by chance, and, as they say, in the process. Whatever it was, but in March 1953, Stalin really had no one to help from among the eminent medical workers, and it would be up to everyone to decide whether to consider this as a common coincidence or as a continuation of conspiracy.

Within a month after the death of the Father of Nations, all the persecuted doctors in the high-profile case were released at the same time as the decision of the Presidium of the Central Committee of the CPSU to falsify the case of “pest doctors” was made. Thus, the blame for the "killer doctors" and the slandering of the name of prominent scientists was assigned exclusively to Stalin himself. Like, he and only he turned on the mechanism of the Moloch, and other representatives of the political Olympus could only aki the lamb of God watch the leader's anger ... And so that the direct participants of those events would not say too much, an additional purge was carried out. Under the hot hand of the post-Stalinist Seven-Boyars, the very same Colonel Ryumin, who “denounced” Minister Abakumov, also fell. As a result, both Abakumov and Ryumin were shot ... The doctors themselves were fully rehabilitated, making it clear that the main villain of this story is Stalin and only Stalin, and since Stalin is no more, then the ends with his death are in the water. It is done…

PS It is noteworthy that the full rehabilitation of doctors could take place even before Stalin's death (early March 1953), so S. Ignatiev (Minister of State Security) received in January 1953, data from the group of Nikolay Mesyatsev (assistant chief of the investigative unit), saying that all the evidence in this case was fabricated and obtained as a result of interrogations with addiction. Mikhail Ryumin was named among the main persons engaged in obvious fraud at the time. It is noteworthy that since February 1953, the newspaper Pravda has ceased to publish “incriminating” materials about “doctors-spies”, which can only say one thing: Stalin’s lack of guilt of doctors could well have realized shortly before his death, as well as realized his own spying, only for himself it was too late.
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  1. anip
    anip 14 August 2013 07: 34
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    Thus, the blame for the "killer doctors" and denigrating the names of prominent scientists was assigned exclusively to Stalin himself. Like, he and only he turned on the mechanism of moloch, and other representatives of the political Olympus could only be like the lambs of God watching the anger of the leader ...

    Well, of course, who would doubt it.
    Especially now, in our time, librazine still has Stalin to blame for everything.
    ..
    Sometimes it seems that the modern rag-tag slander Stalin because, against the background of his greatness, they themselves look pitiful, and so at least artificially trample him in order to seem more majestic. And at the same time they forget such a proverb: "Any donkey can kick a dead lion."
  2. Humen
    Humen 14 August 2013 07: 45
    +7
    Quote: anip
    It is sometimes thought that the modern riffraff shamer Stalin because they look miserable against the backdrop of his greatness, and at least artificially trample it in order to seem more magnificent themselves.


    They are also afraid that there will be someone who looks like him and then they will have to at least flee the country.
    1. 225chay
      225chay 15 August 2013 22: 26
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      Quote: Humen
      Quote: anip
      It is sometimes thought that the modern riffraff shamer Stalin because they look miserable against the backdrop of his greatness, and at least artificially trample it in order to seem more magnificent themselves.


      They are also afraid that there will be someone who looks like him and then they will have to at least flee the country.


      poisoned or not?
      there is no smoke without fire ...
  3. the polar
    the polar 14 August 2013 07: 56
    -1
    And tries in general to post such articles, or lacks today's life, which has enough plots, abruptly "doctors' cases".
    Today, thousands of such cases related to the anti-Russian activities of various "joints" can be brought up on legally legal grounds. They just don't start something. And this for Russia is a much more serious problem than sucking on the "doctors' case" from the last century.
  4. GEO
    GEO 14 August 2013 08: 01
    -4
    The article is very, very superficial. Solid cliches of the times of debunking the "cult of personality" The author is a fat 2. Where is the analysis of the activities of the EAK and "Joint" on the so-called. Jewish Republic of Crimea? The author gravitates towards the "liberals", among whom the majority of people know themselves what nationality.
    1. haron
      haron 14 August 2013 20: 41
      +4
      Quote: GEO
      The author gravitates towards the "liberals", among whom the majority of people know themselves what nationality.

      And in my opinion the author gravitates towards the truth, in any case, I did not see any signs of your scarecrow for the Russians - "liberasty".

      The article clearly voiced the idea that Stalin was misled by a certain group of people with the intent to deprive him of qualified medical care in old age.
      WHERE IS LIBERASTY ??? or maybe you already see it in every foreigner and Jew, or in people not obsessing Jews and the West ??
  5. Revolver
    Revolver 14 August 2013 09: 25
    +1
    Quote: Humen

    They are also afraid that there will be someone who looks like him and then they will have to at least flee the country.

    It will not help, an ice ax in Mexico is getting it.
    1. RoTTor
      RoTTor 15 August 2013 17: 07
      0
      If it doesn’t, it’s not for Sudoplatov or Eitingon. Even Orlov, forced to flee to the United States, did not appropriate any state money and did not turn over any of our scouts. The generation of heroes is gone, alas, irrevocably.
      In this story, the Khrushchev clique dealt with Abakumov, who headed the SMERSH throughout the Patriotic War.
  6. dropout
    dropout 14 August 2013 09: 51
    +6
    It is worth thinking more about what the exposers of the “cult” - the cult itself or understanding of their own meanness - could not forgive Stalin later on?
    1. haron
      haron 14 August 2013 20: 43
      +1
      Quote: dropout
      cult itself or understanding their own meanness?

      Understanding their own mediocrity compared to him.
  7. Yarosvet
    Yarosvet 14 August 2013 09: 58
    +5
    Quote: anip
    It is sometimes thought that the modern riffraff shamer Stalin because they look miserable against the backdrop of his greatness, and at least artificially trample it in order to seem more magnificent themselves.
    Everything is simpler - the majority do not think too much, but simply repeat superficially "grounded" memorized cliches.
    But the employers of those who create and "substantiate" these cliches pursue the goal of discrediting not so much Stalin as the ideas of communism.

    Stalin is the personification of the communist idea, the idea of ​​a just society, and it is precisely this that is dangerous for children professing the ideology of neoliberalism, which is a form of fascism.

  8. nov_tech.vrn
    nov_tech.vrn 14 August 2013 10: 11
    +8
    Of course, we must deal with our history, especially considering that 25-30 years old, instead of the history of the USSR, they were engaged in hysteria, history textbooks were written for grants, for example, Soros, who is a zombie without a fatherland, much more convenient than Russian citizens who are proud of their country, and about Khrushchev’s darling, documents they don’t confirm that he’s white and fluffy, as for traitors like Suvorov, it’s also a question, especially his petty greedy accomplices, who overwhelmed our counters with his writing, the least slander, what is his stool asking for, is it time to answer?
  9. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 14 August 2013 11: 42
    +4
    There is no smoke without fire. Russia-USSR-Russia has been trying to tear to pieces since ancient times, and the better life is in Russia, the more furious, impudent and sophisticated these attempts are. I do not think that during Stalin's time these "public" organizations were more useful in our country than they are now. Under the guise of these organizations, "work" is being carried out to destabilize the state.
    One of the reasons can be called suddenly the interest shown by Soviet counterintelligence in the activities of the so-called JAC (Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee).

    It is very unfortunate that UNEXPECTED interest was shown. What he did in the USSR after the war, this
    the so-called JAC (Jewish Antifascist Committee)
    ... Well, they would "work" in Israel ...
    And now you need to be whiter alert, so as not to sprinkle ashes on his head.
    I don't think Hugo Rafael Chavez died without someone's "help" ...
  10. KEKS44
    KEKS44 14 August 2013 11: 42
    +1
    Quote: GEO
    The author gravitates towards the "liberals"

    Have you ever thought about the fact that the author may have a different point of view from yours. Therefore, it is not fair to rank a person among the so-called. "liberals". Whether you like it or not, but the events described in the article took place, you can't get away from it. And the fact that millions of citizens were subjected to repression is a fact! I agree that not only Stalin is responsible for this. All the top leaders of the USSR of that time had blood on their hands up to the elbows. But the main responsibility for this lies with Stalin, as the head of state. And, as the head of state, he is responsible for his subordinates! Indeed, Stalin is a great statesman, his contribution to the development of the country is enormous. Never, under any rulers in our country, such lawlessness and atrocities have been committed against its citizens.
    1. Yarosvet
      Yarosvet 14 August 2013 18: 35
      +2
      Quote: KEKS44
      And the fact that millions of citizens have been repressed is a fact!

      This is where the substitution of concepts begins - how many millions? And why were they convicted?
      1. KEKS44
        KEKS44 14 August 2013 22: 26
        -1
        Quote: Yarosvet
        This is where the substitution of concepts begins - how many millions?

        The numbers vary - from 3 million people (of which about 700 thousand were shot) and higher. How many of them were actually, we most likely will never know.

        Quote: Yarosvet
        And why were they convicted?

        A few examples.
        1. Korolev S.P. in 1938 convicted of wrecking. A pest is good, it hurt so much that it sent the first artificial satellite and Gagarin into space.
        2. Professor Vavilov N.I. - Soviet scientist, geneticist. Sentenced to death, later replaced by 20 years in prison. He died in prison. What can I say, the enemy - whom the world has never seen.
        3. Zinoviev, Kamenev, Radek (strangled in prison), Bukharin, Tukhachevsky, Rykov, Tomsky - the Leninist guard, these people made a revolution. They are for what?
        And you can go on ad infinitum!
        1. Hudo
          Hudo 14 August 2013 22: 33
          +2
          Quote: KEKS44
          1. Korolev S.P. in 1938 convicted of wrecking. A pest is good, it hurt so much that it sent the first artificial satellite and Gagarin into space.


          The Queen was arrested - on the 7th part of the 58th article, which (as amended in 1938) is formulated as follows:

          "58-7. Undermining state industry, transport, trade, money circulation or the credit system, as well as cooperation committed for counter-revolutionary purposes by appropriate use of state institutions and enterprises, or counteracting their normal activities, as well as using state institutions and enterprises or counteracting their activities, committed in interests of former owners or interested capitalist organizations entail -
          social protection measures specified in Articles 58-2 of this Code. ” (“The social protection measures specified in Article 58-2” are “the execution and confiscation of all property, with the assumption, under extenuating circumstances, of reduction to imprisonment with strict isolation for a term of not less than five years with the confiscation of all property”.) Contrary to the orders of the Director of the Institute I.T. Kleimenova, Korolev secretly from him begins to engage not in powder rockets (or, in modern terminology, solid-fuel rockets), but in liquid-fuel rockets. From the point of view of the approaching war, getting short-range rockets into service was much more important than flying in Space. Korolev saw further, but closer to the requests of that time was Kleimenov. Therefore, Kleimenov was right.

          1. KEKS44
            KEKS44 14 August 2013 22: 50
            -3
            That's just the Queen rehabilitated in 1957. I don’t know who he disobeyed there, but thanks to him, the USSR became the first space power. So it was probably worth it!
            1. Hudo
              Hudo 14 August 2013 22: 53
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              Quote: KEKS44
              That's just the Queen rehabilitated in 1957.

              No wonder - embarked on the path of correction, reforged. If you faintly mention in connection with what and for what merit - contact. I will prompt.
          2. Aaron Zawi
            Aaron Zawi 14 August 2013 23: 21
            +2
            Quote: Hudo
            From the point of view of the approaching war, getting short-range rockets into service was much more important than flying into space. Korolev saw further, but closer to the requests of that time was Kleimenov. Therefore, Kleimenov was right.

            Well, it was impossible to dismiss without the right to work in a research institute. Send to work at the factory? Or shooting and landing is the only punishment?
            1. Hudo
              Hudo 14 August 2013 23: 43
              +4
              Quote: Aron Zaavi
              Well, it was impossible to dismiss without the right to work in a research institute. Send to work at the factory? Or shooting and landing is the only punishment?


              Firstly, my name is not Andrei Yanuaryevich Vyshinsky, I am not familiar with the materials of the criminal case, and I have no legal education.

              Secondly, remember the example of von Braun, who, at the height of the war, also began to satisfy his own ambitions. And only the intercession of Albert Speer saved him from the concentration camp.
              In a formidable environment, there is NO place for idle curiosity. If the Israeli developers of the Iron Dome had, instead of developing a means of counteracting shelling, they would have, for example, set up a bathyscaphe. Wasting resources, precious time and finances - they would sit on the Israeli quiche, and as I understand it, LONG sit.
        2. Hudo
          Hudo 14 August 2013 22: 42
          +2
          Quote: KEKS44
          Zinoviev, Kamenev, Radek (strangled in prison), Bukharin, Tukhachevsky, Rykov, Tomsky - the Leninist guard, these people made a revolution. They are for what?

          FOR WHAT? Try googling. Only one "Leninist guardsman", damn it, Tukhachevsky for his experiments with artillery systems on the eve of the war deserves a more severe punishment. The rest are no better. Here is Vavilov, I have doubts.

          Quote: KEKS44
          The numbers vary - from 3 million people (of which about 700 thousand were shot) and higher. How many of them were actually, we most likely will never know.



          Your figures are very doubtful, well, God be with them. And what, are all scientists or military leaders? Are there no killers and spies, thieves-thieves among them, or was there a little?
          1. KEKS44
            KEKS44 14 August 2013 23: 51
            -3
            Quote: Hudo
            Your numbers are very doubtful

            Well, call your true.
        3. mark7
          mark7 14 August 2013 23: 26
          -2
          Why bother all in one pile of flies with cutlets, you yourself what you represent are taken to judge such a person
        4. Yarosvet
          Yarosvet 15 August 2013 02: 39
          -1
          Quote: KEKS44
          The numbers vary - from 3 million people (of which about 700 thousand were shot) and higher. How many of them were actually, we most likely will never know.
          And "higher" is how many - 4.1 million, of which 800 thousand were sentenced to the highest degree?
          And this is for 33 years, despite the fact that in these statistics there are convicted not only for counter-revolutionary crimes, but also for "other especially dangerous".
          No matter how much speculation on this topic, no one has been able to document these speculations in the meantime, despite the fact that reporting in the USSR was at a very high level.

          1. Korolev S.P. in 1938 convicted of wrecking. A pest is good, it hurt so much that it sent the first artificial satellite and Gagarin into space.
          He sent satellites into space after the "suggestion", and was convicted in accordance with the legislation in force at that time.

          2. Professor Vavilov N.I. - Soviet scientist, geneticist. Sentenced to death, later replaced by 20 years in prison. He died in prison. What can I say, the enemy - whom the world has never seen.
          The loss is irreplaceable, but the story is muddy - what is the combination played out by Lysenko. The case seems to have been fabricated, but to whom it was needed and why at the moment it is unclear.

          3. Zinoviev, Kamenev, Radek (strangled in prison), Bukharin, Tukhachevsky, Rykov, Tomsky - the Leninist guard, these people made a revolution.
          But with these guys everything is more or less unambiguous - from the opposition, personal mistakes and exclusions - to the recognition of one’s own mistakes, restoration in the CPSU (b) and repeating the process.
  11. Vadim2013
    Vadim2013 14 August 2013 12: 17
    +2
    After the war, in the USSR, the search for internal enemies began again to justify misses in foreign and domestic policy.
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 14 August 2013 20: 29
      0
      Quote: Vadim2013
      After the war, in the USSR, the search for internal enemies began again to justify misses in foreign and domestic policy.


      So negotiate to the end, once started. These enemies, in fact, are they really awesome friends? And where did these short-lived enemies and their followers lead us to?
  12. Tykta
    Tykta 14 August 2013 12: 26
    -1
    the author completely sweeps aside the geopolitical plane and forgets the demands from the state that the USSR recognized as the first on the world geopolitical arena - Israel. If we consider this story in this plane, namely in the one that Israel made unlawful demands to the Soviet Union, then the case of pest doctors is just the first Chinese warning, followed by the “case of saboteur engineers” or “case of dentists-blackmail”. what did Israel demand from the Soviets? and he demanded no less than the landing of a contingent of Red Army troops to protect the young state from "evil Arab neighbors", and in this case, the relations of the USSR with the Islamic world would be ruined forever.
    that is what Stalin warned against, both Medvedev and Putin are successfully performing. The author plays a stupid liberalist and revisionist.
  13. Tykta
    Tykta 14 August 2013 12: 40
    -4
    what is the minus? for knowing not only the domestic political situation within the country of that era, but also about the geopolitical attempts of Israel? I. Stalin at one time preferred to spoil with the Jews than with the Islamic world.
    "pest doctors case" It had a clearly tinted background with ethnic roots and a large Middle Eastern preference.
    1. Atash
      Atash 14 August 2013 16: 17
      -3
      Preference or reverence?
  14. Volodin
    14 August 2013 13: 05
    +1
    Quote: Tykta
    for what a minus?
    Yes, just for rudeness, buddy. You write a comment, so at least you can do without "stupid liberasts" or something. It does not paint you.
  15. Forest
    Forest 14 August 2013 13: 06
    +3
    "Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert thanked Soviet Jews for the collapse of the USSR" - this is a frank answer to all questions.
  16. jjj
    jjj 14 August 2013 13: 15
    0
    My mother-in-law, the kingdom of heaven to her, at this time studied in St. Petersburg on a pediatric. They have half a year of students disappeared. And so many teachers are gone.
    In those days, the mass of the people were repressed not because Comrade Stalin was so bloodthirsty. But because the political struggle was waged precisely by such methods. And in this struggle, the entire encirclement of the interfering figures was cleared. In this situation, one must understand that the Zionist organizations really fought against the USSR. I emphasize that the USSR fought against Zionism, not Jews. Only vigorous action could quickly and effectively eliminate the influence of such organizations. But the formed centers of power tried to take advantage of the situation, waiting for an opportune moment to overthrow Stalin. As a result, vengeance went under the rubric of "all Jews." But with the honor of our special services, the "Soviet Holocaust" planned by the West did not happen. And the number of repressed was clearly not enough for accusations. Well, maybe they quarreled with Israel for decades.
    Purely from personal subjective impressions: for some reason, medical assistance on behalf of persons of Jewish nationality still does not inspire confidence in me.
    1. ruslan207
      ruslan207 14 August 2013 20: 26
      +3
      jjj-Comrade this is your right, but as you close and go to hell, you’ll be treated
  17. Aaron Zawi
    Aaron Zawi 14 August 2013 13: 27
    +2
    Quote: jjj

    Purely from personal subjective impressions: for some reason, medical assistance on behalf of persons of Jewish nationality still does not inspire confidence in me.
    I am glad that you will not come to Israel for treatment, although it was not easy for you before. request

    Nine-nine, eight-eight
    We do not ask for indulgence,
    We work like blacks on plantations
    The most advanced
    Exemplary dashing -
    First Guard Substation.
    Dr. Boone and Alperovich,
    Regelman, Gilgof, N. Lvovich,
    Gur Arie, Simuni, Lehzer with Rohman,
    What is not a healer is a Jew
    Shtilbans, Zusses and Paley,
    Rosenbaum, Schnol and Kogan with Hoffmann

    A. Ya. Rosenbaum hi
  18. Snoop
    Snoop 14 August 2013 13: 29
    +5
    Well, at least Beria did not steer the doctors' case process, already progress. And then you see half an Internet blames him for this)) Although he already had no relation to law enforcement officers then)))
  19. Tykta
    Tykta 14 August 2013 14: 00
    -1
    Quote: Volodin
    Quote: Tykta
    for what a minus?
    Yes, just for rudeness, buddy. You write a comment, so at least you can do without "stupid liberasts" or something. It does not paint you.

    Well, I'll tell you ... revisionist, pro-Putin, bulk and other varieties of supposedly "correct" and different in form, but not differing from each other in their inner essence of positions - for me they are all liberal when changing history, replacing logical completeness to new options "one woman said," narrow-mindedness and inertia humiliate OUR MIND. they do not even humiliate, they rather insult, therefore all these positions are precisely liberal, on the same level as the bleating of Lukyanov and Novodvorskaya.
    the author of the Brzezinski laurels does not give rest. seemingly a liberal in fact an enemy, he would have bothered to lay out his version of where the root cause of the "Zionist cause", as he was called, came from.
    1. Volodin
      14 August 2013 14: 50
      +3
      Quote: Tykta
      Brzezinski's laurels do not give the author ... narrow-mindedness and inerity humiliate OUR MIND


      And I thought narrow-minded ones - those who speak with the interlocutor in the third person and deal with verbal diarrhea with claims to demonstrate a remarkable and unrealized talent. Someone like you ...

      In general, the site "Military Review" is open for publication. And for this I am waiting for your opus with the root causes and consequences of the "Zionist cause". You look, I will also comment.
      1. dmb
        dmb 14 August 2013 15: 25
        +4
        Dear Volodin, I already wrote that your last articles are mostly pleasing, but this one is weak. Of course, I do not at all share the opinion of your "highbrow" opponent, who considers labeling to be proof, but you limited yourself to presenting well-known facts. In my opinion, if you have no others, then give them your motivated assessment, then it's interesting.
        1. Volodin
          14 August 2013 15: 53
          +5
          Dmitry, the whole point is that even on a separate site "Voennoye Obozreniye" there are enough visitors who are simply not familiar with many historical events due to various circumstances, including the described events. Therefore, my article in no way pretends to be called some kind of extremely deep research (after all, no deep research can fit into the framework of one article). One of its uncomplicated goals: to try to interest modern youth (and there are many of them here) in episodes of Russian history, to attract people to sit down at literature, watch documentaries and everything in this spirit. If you managed to interest at least one reader, then a modest goal has been achieved, if no one, then you need to work on yourself ...
    2. Bigriver
      Bigriver 14 August 2013 16: 35
      +1
      Quote: Tykta
      ... revisionist, pro-Putin, bulk and other varieties of supposedly "correct" and different in form, but not differing from each other in their internal essence of positions - for me they are all liberal, when changing history, replacing logical completeness with new options " one woman said, "narrow-mindedness and inertia demean OUR MIND. they do not even humiliate, they rather insult, therefore all these positions are precisely liberal, on the same level as the bleating of Lukyanov and Novodvorskaya.

      You simply still fascinate your posts. They are enchanting, like a trace from a pot with vigorous porridge launched into space.
      You, by chance, didn’t learn from rave Kuptsov so?
      In a few minutes of quality fun + set you belay laughing laughing
      1. Tykta
        Tykta 15 August 2013 01: 29
        +2
        I will ask you only one question - how is Putin different from the same bulk? and I’ll answer this question myself - in principle, nothing but one moment, one is legalized by the authorities, the second is not there yet, and therefore it is eager to legalize itself in all possible ways, in America they call it self-made men. What does power represent in our time? the interests of oligocratic transnational corporations, for which the interests of the people are indifferent, they need the resources and leverage of government. all the tales of democracy are believed only by the pioneers of capitalism, this is the difference between their approach - the capitalist world, and ours - Russian transculture, where Russians as a people have always been a cement and guarantee of fair relations. politics has always been built on the friendship of peoples and minority interests were brought for the sake of the majority, now the picture is completely opposite when the totalitarian scheme is superimposed on the majority, for the interests of a handful of oligocrats. bulk does not know why he is going into politics? Of course he knows, like Putin knows what he is doing. the majority is betrayed - the minority rules. liberals are supporters of the regime and they are publishing all kinds of rubbish as if no one understands what this is done for. this is done in order to divide and rule
  20. il grand casino
    il grand casino 14 August 2013 14: 21
    +7
    Quote: jjj
    Purely from personal subjective impressions: for some reason, medical assistance on behalf of persons of Jewish nationality still does not inspire confidence in me.

    But to me, it’s just that the Jewish doctors once saved their eyes and another time their lives ... this despite the fact that for the first time the well-known heads of the clinic’s doctor (not a Jew)))) eye surgery said that there was simply no chance to save the eye. And the old Jewish doctor spat and performed three operations ... even though I now wear thick glasses, but still see my eyes ... For the second time, a doctor, a Jewish doctor, helped me out with emergency light after the accident ... fought for life until the last. It turned out not in vain. And in that case, I didn’t have a chance at all (these are the words of my mother who worked as an ambulance doctor for many years) ...
    You would look at the attitude of doctors not on nationality, but on professionalism and willingness to fight for the patient
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  22. Neksel
    Neksel 14 August 2013 15: 03
    +2
    Quote: Forest
    "Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert thanked Soviet Jews for the collapse of the USSR" - this is a frank answer to all questions.


    :) And excuse me, where did it come from?
    I would be glad to reference ...
  23. Neksel
    Neksel 14 August 2013 15: 05
    +1
    Many thanks to the author for an interesting article.
  24. Forest
    Forest 14 August 2013 15: 14
    +2
    Quote: Neksel
    Quote: Forest
    "Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert thanked Soviet Jews for the collapse of the USSR" - this is a frank answer to all questions.


    :) And excuse me, where did it come from?
    I would be glad to reference ...

    It’s very unfortunate that Google banned you)
    I help out http://lenta.ru/news/2007/12/06/olmert/
    1. ruslan207
      ruslan207 14 August 2013 20: 29
      +1
      Olmert was not particularly loved in Israel either, the union collapsed Gorbach and his entourage still Thatcher put on Gorboch when he was in line in the gene sec
      1. Hudo
        Hudo 14 August 2013 20: 39
        0
        Quote: ruslan207
        Olmert was not particularly loved in Israel either, the union collapsed Gorbach and his entourage still Thatcher put on Gorboch when he was in line in the gene sec


        Did the hunchback really fall from the sky into the chair of the secretary general at the beck of a Thatcher? And the legion of different trash rushed to help the hunchback - "truth-seekers", exposers of "crimes of the regime", throwers of shit from the pages of newspapers and TV screens and others, all as one turned out to be with shortened trunks.
        1. ruslan207
          ruslan207 14 August 2013 21: 03
          0
          As such as Gorbach was admitted to power, the top of the USSR degenerated as the Russian Empire did not keep up with reality at one time
          1. Hudo
            Hudo 14 August 2013 21: 07
            +1
            Quote: ruslan207
            The top of the USSR has degenerated



            This is only half the truth, not reflecting the overall picture.
          2. mark7
            mark7 14 August 2013 23: 41
            +2
            It all started with Khrushchev, not his bottom, not tires
  25. knn54
    knn54 14 August 2013 15: 23
    +4
    By the way, the list of arrested few Jews. In November, professors V. N. Vinogradov, V. Kh. Vasilenko, M. S. Vovsi, B. B. Kogan were arrested. And in December - professors A. M. Grinshtein, A. I. Feldman, Ya. S. Temkin. Jewish doctors appear only at the very end ... Professor Vinogradov during interrogation, he showed the following: “On July 5, 1948, the electrocardiograms taken by the doctor KARPAY were not typical for myocardial infarction, in connection with which I, EGOROV, VASILENKO, MAYOROV and KARPAY, discussions among themselves, decided not to diagnose myocardial infarction.
    They forgot about the cause of Zhdanov’s death ... FOR 4 years
    His death was remembered after a letter from the senior investigator of the investigative unit of the Ministry of State Security of the USSR on especially important cases of Lieutenant Colonel M. Ryumin, transferred to Stalin on July 2, 1951, G. Malenkov. The letter contained a whole bunch of serious allegations against Minister of State Security V. Abakumov. One of them was that he banned Ryumin, who was conducting the case of the former consultant of the Kremlin’s Medical and Sanitary Directorate (LSUK), professor-therapist J. Etinger, who was arrested on November 18, 1950, to investigate the terrorist activity of the latter, who admitted that he had helped with harmful treatment 1945, the death of the Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (B.) A. Scherbakov.
    On December 4, 1952, Stalin submitted for consideration by the Presidium of the Central Committee the question "On the situation in the MGB and on wrecking in the medical field." Abakumov “indulging doctors-pests” and N. S. Vlasik, head of the Main Directorate of Security of the USSR Ministry of State Security, were arrested (they were arrested on December 16, 1952). The Minister of Health of the USSR, E. I. Smirnov, also paid - he was dismissed.
    On January 13, 1953, an article was published in Pravda stating that Zhdanov had died as a result of improper treatment. However, instead of identifying the true culprits of the death of Zhdanov, professors Egorov and Vinogradov, for some reason doctors of Jewish nationality, Vovsi, Kogan, Feldman, Etinger, Greenstein and others who had Zhdanov’s death, were named in the article (not without the knowledge of the MGB) very insignificant attitude.
    A number of prominent Jews (including Ehrenburg) signed a collective appeal calling for the punishment of the arrested doctors. But on February 2, a brief litter appeared on the collective letter of the Jews: “archive,” meaning that Stalin had stopped the case. Both the hard and soft versions of this letter were not published, - it was Stalin who did not allow this to be done.
    Stalin LEFT without doctors and without Vlasik devoted to him ...
  26. Atash
    Atash 14 August 2013 17: 12
    +8
    Quote: knn54
    Stalin LEFT without doctors and without Vlasik devoted to him ...

    Yes, it seems that way. Considering that Stalin died soon because of illness, officially for medical reasons, this is the only logical explanation for the "doctors' case." They remove the devoted body, remove the professional doctors and the object can be poisoned and blamed on a stroke. I have not seen a single photo or film fragment with an ailing emaciated leader, it should have survived and would have been pulled out and published long ago. Health was in good condition. The Trotskyists did get the General Secretary. Otherwise, why would they put pressure on doctors, Jews. They used Israel as a good reason, a planned operation.
  27. Mirrors
    Mirrors 14 August 2013 18: 20
    -4
    Damn, there was no power, but just spiders in the bank :-) But the Leader is so bright, clean, and did not know anything. He was sitting on a cloud, and was not to blame for anything, it’s down there the bad helpers tried :-) Well, this is part of the psychiatrists :-) Any leader of the country is responsible for the system that he created and for the paranoia that he planted.

    Messrs. Illiberasts, I would have looked at you when such Ryumin would "suggest" you confess to working for three or four foreign intelligence services, and then let it go into the expense, or torture you to death. Well, the time is difficult, everything is for the good of the country :-) I understand ... You would have died with the words "Long live Comrade Stalin!"
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 14 August 2013 20: 42
      0
      Quote: Spiegel
      Messrs. Illiberasts, I would have looked at you when such Ryumin would "suggest" you confess to working for three or four foreign intelligence services, and then let it go into the expense, or torture you to death. Well, the time is difficult, everything is for the good of the country :-) I understand ... You would have died with the words "Long live Comrade Stalin!"

      Well, in any case, unlike you, they would not write denunciations.
      1. def89
        def89 15 August 2013 00: 16
        +3
        Do you know what interrogation is with addiction? Or express interrogation? If necessary, you, remember who your grandmother slept with, except your grandfather!
      2. KEKS44
        KEKS44 15 August 2013 00: 33
        0
        Quote: Hudo
        Well, in any case, unlike you, they would not write denunciations

        It seems to me that in those days, people like you sinned by denunciations.
  28. xomaNN
    xomaNN 14 August 2013 18: 46
    +1
    In the midst of the "revelatory 90s" in the scientific library of Omsk I looked through the files of the newspapers "Pravda", "Izvestia" and others for several days. for the years 1936-39. Articles, notes, photos, scary in their everydayness, about countless enemies of the people and their debunkers. And by 53, despite the Victory, this attitude remained. And the authorities skillfully used this skating rink. Sorry for the thousands of innocent victims!
    1. mark7
      mark7 14 August 2013 23: 48
      +3
      Do you think there are fewer enemies of the people now? There is no one to expose them, and their photo is also full
  29. smiths xnumx
    smiths xnumx 14 August 2013 20: 23
    +3
    In short, somehow! Yours faithfully! hi
  30. projdoha
    projdoha 14 August 2013 22: 24
    0
    An article for the yellow press. Explicitly made for people with atrophied brains ..
    http://stalinism.ru/stalin-i-gosudarstvo/stalin-i-evrei.html?showall=&start=8
    on the internet there is a more detailed analysis of the case of Zhdanov’s death
    1. ruslan207
      ruslan207 14 August 2013 23: 01
      +1
      Do you think everyone else with atrophied brains
  31. pinecone
    pinecone 14 August 2013 23: 06
    +3
    In fact, the "case of the Kremlin doctors" was the final one in a whole series of government measures, which began in 1948. fight against cosmopolitanism and servility before the West. There are enough materials on this topic. Taking into account the specifics of our forum, of particular interest are those initiated in 1949-1950. By the Investigative Department of the Ministry of State Security of the USSR, cases of crimes committed by executives of enterprises of the aviation and automobile industries, the loudest (in the present, "resonant") of which was the so-called. "the ZIS case".
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  33. Hug
    Hug 15 August 2013 02: 39
    0
    Quote: jjj

    Purely from personal subjective impressions: for some reason, medical assistance on behalf of persons of Jewish nationality still does not inspire confidence in me.

    Why should I be considered a punks and a bandit -
    Isn't it better to go to me in anti-Semites:
    On their side, although there are no laws, -
    Support and enthusiasm of millions.

    I decided - and, therefore, someone should be beaten,
    But we must find out who the Semites are,
    What if they are very decent people,
    What if something happens to me because of them!

    But friend and teacher - drunk in the grocery -
    He said that the Semites are ordinary Jews.
    Well this is such luck, brothers, -
    Now I am calm - why should I be afraid!

    I fastened for a long time, because reverently
    Always related to Albert Einstein.
    The people will forgive me, but I will involuntarily ask:
    Where can I get Abram Lincoln?

    Among them is Kapler, the victim of Stalin,
    Among them is my respected Charlie Chaplin,
    My friend Rabinovich and the victims of fascism,
    And even the founder of Marxism.

    But the same drunk told me after the businessman,
    What do they drink the blood of Christian babies;
    And somehow in the pub the guys told me
    What a very long time ago they crucified God!

    They need krovushki - they are in the park
    Tortured, bastards, elephant in the zoo!
    They stole, I know, they are from the people
    All the bread of last year's harvest!

    By Kursk, Kazan Railway
    They built cottages - they live there like gods ...
    I’m ready for everything - robbery and violence, -
    I beat the Jews - and save Russia!
  34. Atash
    Atash 15 August 2013 07: 47
    +2
    Quote: Spiegel
    and for the paranoia that he planted.

    Paranoia at the end of life was likely to some extent. From such a life it can very easily happen. Underground, the death of his wife, exile, Civil, war with the Trotskyists, again the death of his wife, War. On this paranoia he was caught in part. Partly the repressive mechanism worked, which, as you launch, it chopped up a bunch of people. Beria was head on a nuclear project, and those whom he left safe, slammed the whole thing. Then, however, he slammed the plot against himself. Aged or something, relaxed or tired, it is not clear. Perhaps, really, tired of these endless wars, struggles, I wanted to finally engage in creation.
    And, it seems, it was like that, they died with the words "Long live Comrade Stalin." In the film "Defender Sedov" the NKVD-Schnik is surprised, like enemies are disguised until the very end, you shoot him, and he shouts "Long live Comrade Stalin!"
  35. Atash
    Atash 15 August 2013 08: 06
    +5
    Quote: KEKS44
    Figures vary - from 3 million people

    Of these several million who died in the camps in 20 years, roughly half or so are criminals. Of the remaining political ones, some, perhaps a significant one, were in prison: there were enough pests. Consequently, if we talk about the innocent victims, which at all times were, including now, we need to talk about several hundreds of thousands. "Millions" is at least 2 million, 2 million in my opinion does not work.
    These zinovievs, radeks were not white fluffy. They were all revolutionary terrorists, knights of the cloak and dagger of their time, and Kirov, and Kotovsky, etc., were on their conscience. Apart from the chopping block, there was no way to get along with them. And Tukhachevsky was one of the initiators, if not the main one, of the purge of the Red Army from military experts who came from the tsarist army (operation "Spring"). The former warrant officer removed the competitors.
  36. Atash
    Atash 15 August 2013 08: 18
    -1
    Quote: KEKS44
    Vavilov N.I. - Soviet scientist, geneticist

    Stalin at one time as a communist, atheist, materialist was, as it were, a great admirer of Darwin. Genetics in the 30s. was called eugenics - a term now deservedly equated with racism. Hitler was also a Darwinist, you understand. In the title My Struggle, "fight" is from the term "fight for survival" from the theory of natural selection. Fascism was a scientific experiment that is now hushed up by atheists, evolutionists. When Stalin realized this after the war, he dispersed all the geneticists.
  37. Atash
    Atash 15 August 2013 08: 37
    +2
    Quote: knn54
    By the way, the list of arrested few Jews.

    Do not consider it an anti-Semite. There are plenty of Jews with surnames such as Vasilenko, Yegorov. The rest of the names you listed are already purely Jewish. In Pravda then you know how they wrote: "Melnikov (Miller)" and so on. The wildest anti-Semitism was at the state level.
  38. Forest
    Forest 15 August 2013 09: 13
    0
    Quote: ruslan207
    Olmert was not particularly loved in Israel either, the union collapsed Gorbach and his entourage still Thatcher put on Gorboch when he was in line in the gene sec

    Of course they don’t like it, he says that he knows.
    One person will not do it (even the Secretary General). And the goals achieved confirm the words of Olmert - all the oligarchs of your nationality.
  39. pinecone
    pinecone 15 August 2013 10: 03
    +2
    From an anonymous letter sent in April 1950 to the Central Committee from the Ural Automobile Plant named after Stalin (UralZIS) in the city of Miass, Chelyabinsk region on behalf of ordinary "non-partisan Bolsheviks ((RGASPI Op. 117. - D. 600. - L. 47)
    “We have come to the conclusion ... that socialism is in danger, since all the leading positions are occupied by the Jews, and they all turned their eyes on Wall Street and will betray us in the coming battle with capitalism. The people are indignant and indignant ... The grassroots people are devoted to their government and hope that our voice will be heard ... You will not find the truth at the bottom, the Jews adapted all the laws of the Party and the Government for themselves and ruthlessly drink our righteous blood, which would be useful for a successful the building of communism ... When will our glorious Russia, the birthplace of socialism, be freed from American mercenaries, Jewish nationalists? ”
  40. jjj
    jjj 25 August 2013 16: 13
    0
    Well, at the same time, many massadovites were calculated here. Although what times have come. What has Israel become? Where are his heroes? All were abandoned as unnecessary. Lazy, brains off. They talked about human rights and humane values. They forgot that each prayer has its own Shabbat. But everything is just beginning.
    It was more fun in Tsypa