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In the Rostov region will establish six monuments to the Cossacks

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In the Rostov region will establish six monuments to the Cossacks



One of the most significant events of 2014 of the year will be the 100 anniversary of the First World War. In connection with this event in the Rostov region will be installed six monuments to the participants of this event.

The First World War is an event, the memories of which the Soviet government wanted to erase from the memory of people and forget itself. Many Don Cossacks went to the front at that time and did not return. At the cost of each of their lives a series of victories was suffered.

In memory of the exploits of the Cossacks in the Rostov region, it was decided to establish sculptural compositions that would perpetuate the glory of the Don heroes. This year 6 monuments will be made, which will be placed in Azov, Rostov-on-Don, Oktyabrsky and Azov districts. Already in May, the first monument will be installed on one of the main streets of the city of Novocherkassk - the capital of the Don Cossacks.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Internal and Information Policy of the region, the basis of the sculptural composition is an ordinary soldier of the army of the Russian Empire - a Cossack in the form of the First World War. He stands against the backdrop of the Cross of St. George - the highest award for soldiers for military merit and bravery. The height of the monument will be 4 meters. In the manufacture of used three materials: the soldier is made of bronze, the Cross of St. George - of brass, the pedestal - of granite.

Cossacks have always been on the front line, defended the honor of the Motherland to the last. Don heroes deserve to be on a par with veterans of the Second World War.

“Even six monuments that will be installed in the Don region are not enough. In each village, from where the Cossacks went to the front in 1914 and subsequent years, should be erected, if not monuments, then memorial plaques for ever preserving the memory of the brave village residents who laid down their heads for the Don Father and Mother Russia, ”recalls about the project, the centurion of the All-Union Military District "All-Great Don Army", advisor to the Moscow ataman Anton Bredikhin.
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  1. torrr38_41
    torrr38_41 April 5 2014 08: 52
    +17
    The right thing! We must not forget our grandfathers and their deeds for the sake of political regimes.
    1. maks-101
      maks-101 April 5 2014 09: 00
      +6
      history is what everyone should know no matter what it is.
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      2. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov April 5 2014 09: 33
        +17
        Cossack villages on the borders of Russia oh how we are lacking now (armed of course) and real as in the past .. Within an hour, a well-armed mobile detachment is ready (from one village) Cossack hundred is strength, coherence, strict discipline and, most importantly, devotion to the fatherland!
        1. GHG
          GHG April 5 2014 10: 38
          +4
          The most interesting thing ... the West has reoriented itself to contactless wars (at least it is trying), we have an emphasis on the MORAL SPIRIT. The same Afghanistan has shown that without CONSCIENCE and HONOR, even technology does not become an absolute. You can kill countless "enemies" with the help of a mouse and keyboard. and leaving the entrance to be killed like a trustworthy neighbor. Everything is hanged in absolute units and their morale is not taken into account at all. I mean that we still do not have a common idea ... the same Cossacks had an idea ... independence is a duty and honor.
      3. sPS
        sPS April 5 2014 10: 02
        +3
        it is necessary to erect a monument to the Cossack who died in the Crimea, you cannot forget today's heroes.
      4. Cetegg
        Cetegg April 5 2014 20: 03
        +4
        And I am for the erection of a monument or monument to the Victims of the Indian Genocide against the US Embassy am
    2. Chicot 1
      Chicot 1 April 5 2014 15: 35
      +3
      Quote: torrr38_41
      The right thing! Do not forget your grandfathers and their deeds for the sake of political regimes

      That's right. The news is good ... And the art in the material is excellent. The only pity is that black and white. But it doesn’t matter. I have a color version in good quality, which I share with you all and share with great pleasure ...
      1. ksenofont7
        ksenofont7 April 5 2014 22: 59
        +1
        Thank you! Strength ... soldier
        1. Vitaly Anisimov
          Vitaly Anisimov April 6 2014 17: 25
          +2
          The Jews (who sat down) in the Cheka shot them all .. We believed them reptiles .. We destroyed the quality .. well ... and ... Now we understand already .. But everything is different .. it’s alas!
  2. DimDimych
    DimDimych April 5 2014 09: 00
    +7
    sculptural compositions that will perpetuate the glory of the Don heroes

    They are doing the holy work!
    The history of the country and the exploits of heroes must not be forgotten,
    otherwise in prancing monkeys let's turn.
  3. dvornic
    dvornic April 5 2014 09: 01
    +5
    Long overdue!
  4. Giant thought
    Giant thought April 5 2014 09: 06
    +9
    A blessed memory to all those who have folded their heads defending our Motherland! The erected monuments will be a tangible example of patriotism for today's youth.
  5. Million
    Million April 5 2014 09: 14
    -2
    only today's Cossacks more and more mummified fat-bellied clowns resemble!
    1. AleksPol
      AleksPol April 5 2014 09: 17
      +8
      No need to juggle in the Crimea guys showed what they are capable of
      1. Chicot 1
        Chicot 1 April 5 2014 15: 05
        +2
        Quote: AleksPol
        No need to juggle in the Crimea guys showed what they are capable of

        And not only in the Crimea. But also in Transnistria, Abkhazia, Yugoslavia, Chechnya, South Ossetia ...

        And you, Vlad (Million) - minus. Not from evil, but for prevention. So the next time you think before you say anything ...
    2. svp67
      svp67 April 5 2014 12: 16
      +2
      Quote: Million
      only today's Cossacks more and more mummified fat-bellied clowns resemble!
      They were destroyed and spread rot for so many years, which is already surprising, but the time has come to come to the Cossack Troops of Russia again and they already exist, even though they are few, but a new generation of Cossacks is growing up and again the Cossack will echo over the expanses of the steppes and in the mountains: Lovely !! !
    3. RUSS
      RUSS April 5 2014 14: 03
      +2
      Quote: Million
      only today's Cossacks more and more mummified fat-bellied clowns resemble!

      Not tired of talking constantly about mummers? Yes, there are people who are far from the Cossacks in all respects, but most modern Cossacks are patriots of the country who are ready to serve the homeland, but the state is still pulling with the law.
  6. family tree
    family tree April 5 2014 09: 21
    +3
    According to the press service of the Ministry of Internal and Information Policy of the region, the basis of the sculptural composition is an ordinary soldier of the army of the Russian Empire - a Cossack in the form of the First World War. He stands against the backdrop of the Cross of St. George - the highest award for soldiers for military merit and bravery. The height of the monument will be 4 meters. In the manufacture of used three materials: the soldier is made of bronze, the Cross of St. George - of brass, the pedestal - of granite.

    Did they decide to put all six identical? Even I feel uneasy, if so. These are monuments, not sculptures in the park, according to the order.
    1. Maestro
      Maestro April 5 2014 09: 33
      +2
      We read carefully: "... In May the first monument will be erected on one of the main streets of the city of Novocherkassk - the capital of the Don Cossacks.

      According to the press service of the Ministry of Internal and Information Policy of the region, the basis of the sculptural composition is ... "
      1. family tree
        family tree April 5 2014 12: 33
        +1
        Quote: Maestro
        We read carefully:

        Got it! Guilty, I will correct! what
  7. omsbon
    omsbon April 5 2014 09: 28
    +8
    Winner to all enemies
    Glory to the Don Cossacks!
  8. sazhka4
    sazhka4 April 5 2014 09: 30
    -1
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  9. NIVH
    NIVH April 5 2014 09: 37
    +6
    The Don Cossack army, on the announcement of mobilization, deployed the following combat units: 2 guards and 54 army regiments of 6 hundred, 36 separate and 71 special cavalry hundreds, one guards and 17 army spare cavalry hundreds, 1 guards and 21 army cavalry batteries of 6 guns, 1 western battery of 4 guns and 12 teams, including 9 local ones. In general, as of January 1, 1915, there were 749 55 in the army, and more than 100 thousand Don Cossacks were put under arms. By mid-1917, on the fronts were: 72 thousand Don Cossacks in the West and 2 thousand on the Caucasus Front.
    During the war years, the Cossacks suffered a very low percentage of losses, compared with the rest of the military units:
    • killed - 182 officers and 3 Cossacks
    • 777 officers and 11 898 Cossacks wounded and shell-shocked
    • 32 officers and 132 Cossacks were captured
    • Missing - 54 officers and 2 Cossacks.
    Cossacks lost only one regimental banner (3rd regular 42nd regiment).
    At the same time, the Cossacks captured 460 officers and 29 enemy soldiers, 650 machine guns and 77 guns and even 74 aircraft. During the war, 21 Don officers and more than 193 thousand Cossacks were awarded the St. George Prizes (Order of St. George, St. George medals and weapons). The first St. George cavaliers were the ordering K.F.Kryuchkov and coronet S.V. Boldyrev. Don Cossack K.I. Nedorubov received during the war 37 St. George's Cross and the Order of St. George I degree.
  10. propolsky
    propolsky April 5 2014 09: 43
    +6
    The strange thing is that they have not yet been installed! For centuries, people have deserved it.
  11. pts-m
    pts-m April 5 2014 09: 58
    +5
    this is a formal reply and concern of the authorities that a little more and the people will forget who he is by nationality. interesting and the Cossacks justified or it is considered the enemy of the people. the communists put their hands to this well. and after all, the monument to the Jewish Sverdlov is standing in Yekaterinburg and he was the most important for the destruction of the Cossacks.
    1. RUSS
      RUSS April 5 2014 14: 06
      0
      Quote: PTS-m
      and after all, the monument to the Jewish Sverdlov still stands in Yekaterinburg, and yet he was the most important in the destruction of the Cossacks.


      The time will come when the monument to the executioner Sverdlov will be thrown off.
  12. kvnvolga2008
    kvnvolga2008 April 5 2014 10: 19
    +5
    Lovely, brothers! Lubo! ..
  13. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S April 5 2014 10: 25
    +2
    Cossacks at all times were in the forefront of the defenders of the Motherland and now we can say with confidence that there is such a profession to defend the Motherland, it was a Cossack profession. To protect the Motherland, Cossacks were trained from childhood and they were professionals in their field. the rulers of revolutionary Russia, who destroyed the Cossacks as a class.
  14. Slotxnumx
    Slotxnumx April 5 2014 10: 35
    +3
    This is the right thing!
    And I’ll listen one more time ...
  15. Helgard_RND
    Helgard_RND April 5 2014 10: 40
    +2
    Just cause!
    Their feat is not forgotten, their glory is eternal, and their deeds will pass through the ages!
    As a resident of the Rostov region, this is pleasant to me, my fellow countrymen, my grandfathers, for centuries shed their blood and the blood of enemies, in the Glory of Russia, the Russian spirit and weapons
    In our region, some cities and towns can be awarded the title of "military glory" for deeds and services in the First World War, the Great Patriotic War and the Patriotic War of 1812.
  16. konvalval
    konvalval April 5 2014 10: 55
    +3
    Correct solution. My grandfather fought, was captured. Life is broken. This is not to be forgotten.
  17. vovan1949
    vovan1949 April 5 2014 11: 00
    +9
    "" The First World War is an event, the memories of which the Soviet government wanted to erase from people's memory and forget itself ""

    Lying. She did not wash something well, every schoolboy knew about the First World War. Why then did the current government not erect a monument to them for a quarter of a century, but to the drunkard Yeltsin? And the Cossacks also became famous for their brutal crackdown on demonstrations of workers dissatisfied with the tsarist autocracy (the novel "Mother" by A. Gorky, for example). A lot of working blood was shed. They're not that fluffy.
    PS My father is a Don Cossack, my mother is from the Kuban.
  18. kelevra
    kelevra April 5 2014 11: 17
    +3
    I’m a hereditary Don Cossack, now I serve the Siberian Cossack army, but I’m still very glad that the Cossacks, which have always been on guard of Russia's borders, have finally begun to pay due attention!
  19. Helgard_RND
    Helgard_RND April 5 2014 11: 40
    +6
    Quote: vovan1949
    And the Cossacks also became famous for their brutal dispersal of demonstrations of workers dissatisfied with the tsarist autocracy (the novel "Mother" by A. Gorky, for example). A lot of working blood was shed. They're not that fluffy.

    Yes, they are not fluffy and not white, Cossacks can remember a lot, let's say the participation in the war on the side of Germany is a suicide artist,
    dispersal of demonstrators, workers and peasants, etc., etc. But do not forget their exploits for the glory of our vast country!
    The history of the Cossacks is multifaceted, an example is Krasnov, whom some individuals want to rehabilitate, my personal opinion is that all the achievements of Krasnov during the First World War cross out his betrayal and collaboration.
    Heroes must be glorified, enemies and traitors condemned!
  20. Arkan
    Arkan April 5 2014 12: 53
    +3
    And, monuments to those who died from raskachachivaniya? They also need to be put on a par with others.
  21. sv68
    sv68 April 5 2014 12: 57
    +3
    it’s only a pity that the modern Great Don Army is not for the better recovering from its heroes, fathers of grandfathers and great-grandfathers. It’s unpleasant for me to see Cossacks drunk in the ass with shouts of anyone kissing a telegraph pole or a dog. And explain where the Negroes suddenly appeared in the Cossacks
    1. RUSS
      RUSS April 5 2014 14: 09
      0
      Quote: sv68
      I just bought the Cossack title as well as the uniform. I’m unpleasant to see Cossacks drunk in the ass shouting as they kiss the telegraph pole or dog. And explain where the Negroes suddenly appeared in the Cossacks


      Do not confuse ordinary security guards, bruises, artists and simply stupid people with Cossacks, especially with the registry.
    2. vovan1949
      vovan1949 April 5 2014 14: 11
      +1
      Cossacks are not a nation, not a nation but an estate. For example, a Cossack can be Russian, Ukrainian, or a representative of another nationality. But a black man - a Cossack - is something terrible. So, you see, we will soon see a Chinese and a Vietnamese Cossack :)
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi April 5 2014 14: 52
        +1
        Quote: vovan1949
        Cossacks are not a nation, not a nation but an estate. For example, a Cossack can be Russian, Ukrainian, or a representative of another nationality. But a black man - a Cossack - is something terrible. So, you see, we will soon see a Chinese and a Vietnamese Cossack :)

        Anything has happened. It was not from heaven that the Cossacks appeared the names of Gruzins, Evreins, Zhidovinov, Tatarins.
        1. Chicot 1
          Chicot 1 April 5 2014 15: 12
          +2
          Quote: Aron Zaavi
          Anything has happened. It was not from heaven that the Cossacks appeared the names of Gruzinov, Evreinov, Zhidovinov, Tatarinov

          I swear I live as long as I can, but I never heard of hereditary Cossacks with such names (neither in the Don, nor on the Terek, nor in the Kuban with the Urals ... So, it seems to me, dear Aron, that you distort. Moreover, somehow awkwardly ...
          Well, it’s clear that for residents of the middle lane this will give a ride. But you would at least think that on this site there are people who are directly related to the Cossacks ...
          1. Aaron Zawi
            Aaron Zawi April 5 2014 16: 32
            0
            Quote: Chicot 1

            I swear I live as long as I can, but I never heard of hereditary Cossacks with such names (neither in the Don, nor on the Terek, nor in the Kuban with the Urals ... So, it seems to me, dear Aron, that you distort. Moreover, somehow awkwardly ...
            Well, it’s clear that for residents of the middle lane this will give a ride. But you would at least think that on this site there are people who are directly related to the Cossacks ...

            what do you say? In general, I was a native of Volgograd and I talked with Cossacks since childhood. And in Kalach on the Don visited dozens of times.
            1. Chicot 1
              Chicot 1 April 5 2014 16: 39
              +1
              Quote: Aron Zaavi
              In general, I was a native of Volgograd and I talked with Cossacks since childhood. And in Kalach on the Don visited dozens of times

              But I’m actually from Terek (if that), and a hereditary Cossack. Everything else, by education a historian ...
              So I should not ride on my ears. This is troublesome. For such purposes, an exalted young girl from the provincial Dzarot or, for example, from Haifa with Eilat is better for you ...
              Or do you still want to continue? ..
              1. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi April 5 2014 17: 44
                0
                I would not want to argue about a topic that, in principle, is of little interest to me, but I just met with carriers of such names. Yes, and I have often heard from the most root donors that their ancestors were never a closed caste, but plastically absorbed everyone who could and wanted to share the difficult life of the Cossacks.
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                1. Chicot 1
                  Chicot 1 April 5 2014 19: 46
                  +1
                  Quote: Aron Zaavi
                  I would not like to argue on a topic that, in principle, is of little interest to me

                  Your full right ...
                  Quote: Aron Zaavi
                  but I just met with carriers of such surnames

                  There are many surnames. There are even more carriers, but (I repeat) in the Cossack milieu I have not seen the names given by you ... Among the newly recorded (since 1991) they can be found (I admit), but hardly among the hereditary ones ...
                  Quote: Aron Zaavi
                  and I have often heard from the most root donors that their ancestors were never a closed caste, but plastically absorbed everyone who could and wanted to share the difficult life of the Cossacks

                  So then it is. Yes, not really. Strangers were always treated with caution and a certain amount of prejudice, or even simply down. And although it was generally not difficult to get into the Cossack milieu, it was not so easy to become its integral part (to become one and become a Cossack as such). It had to be proved and earned. And not everyone succeeded. And over time, the Cossacks essentially became closed. It was easier to get out of it than to get into it. But this already refers to the middle of the XIX century ...
                  Yes, and the attitude of the Cossacks to the "muzhiks" and "nonresident" was not so wonderful, to be honest. And even to the "infidels" and even more so. Although they were friends with both of them and were kunaks ...
                  However, I’m going round. This topic is big and you can write a lot. But this is not the format of this topic ...
                  And in the reference given by you, there will be time, I will look. Thank...
                  1. Setrac
                    Setrac April 6 2014 23: 46
                    0
                    Quote: Chicot 1
                    Strangers were always treated with caution and some degree of prejudice, or even simply down.

                    Strangers remained strangers until they showed themselves.
      2. 26rus
        26rus April 5 2014 15: 18
        0
        Quote: vovan1949
        So, you see, we will soon see a Chinese and a Vietnamese Cossack :)

        Well, after all, the Yakuts were part of the Siberian Army.
        1. RUSS
          RUSS April 5 2014 15: 32
          0
          Quote: 26rus
          Well, after all, the Yakuts were part of the Siberian Army.


          Yes there were, but the Yakuts, which is not least important, are the Orthodox indigenous people of Russia, and the Chinese are there to us?
          1. 26rus
            26rus April 5 2014 16: 24
            +1
            Yes, the stump is clear, that it’s useless, it's just that I’m a little about the external resemblance. And forgive me, Yakuts, if I inadvertently offended, by golly, not from evil ...
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  22. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
    Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. April 5 2014 14: 10
    +3
    And why do only Cossacks want to put monuments? There were many heroes among the Russian Army in the First World War. They just tried to erase from memory the winners in the civil war. Monuments should be erected for both soldiers and sailors (but not because he spent the whole war on battleships and took part only in the war with his fellow citizens). And the officers should not be forgotten! What can I say, the whole color of the personnel of the Russian Guard was sent to the front and died heroically there.
    1. Chicot 1
      Chicot 1 April 5 2014 15: 15
      +1
      Quote: Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
      And why do only Cossacks want to put monuments? There were many heroes among the Russian Army in the First World War

      Not a little. And they all deserve to be immortalized. But in this case we are talking about the area historically belonging to the Don Army ...
      I hope you are not against such an explanation ... smile
    2. RUSS
      RUSS April 5 2014 15: 26
      +1
      Quote: Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
      Monuments should be erected for both soldiers and sailors (but not because he spent the whole war on battleships and took part only in the war with his fellow citizens)


      1) By August 1, 2014, the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, the monument will be erected in Moscow, in Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill.

      2) An agreement was reached, Saransk entered one of the seven cities where monuments to the heroes of the First World War would be erected.

      3) Kaliningrad: - in total, two memorials will be installed in the region - in the administrative center of the region - in the city of Kaliningrad, and in Gusev, which previously had a different name - Gumbinnen. It was here that at the beginning of the First World War one of the first battles took place, in which the Russian Empire won.
  23. Quantum
    Quantum April 5 2014 18: 04
    -1
    Yes, there were people nowadays!
  24. Artem1967
    Artem1967 April 5 2014 19: 49
    +2
    The participation of the Don Cossacks in the battles of the First World War was excellently described by M. Sholokhov in "Quiet Don". Honor and glory to the heroes! But we should not forget that the Russian army was far from one of the Cossacks, and all the soldiers of Russia should receive a tribute of respect.
  25. Cossacks
    Cossacks April 5 2014 20: 04
    +2
    Holy thing. The main thing is that this matter is not entrusted to Tsereteli.