How Rezun turned into Suvorov?

In the summer of 1978, GRU resident officer Vladimir Rezun sought asylum in the West. After some time, the defector announced in England, and several years later, one after another, sensational books about the Soviet past began to appear in the West, signed “Victor Suvorov”. Under this odious pseudonym, the traitor to the Motherland Rezun and tried to enter history.


How Rezun turned into Suvorov?

Geneva. Representation of the USSR in the UN. Here, the future writer Viktor Suvorov worked in the diplomatic arena

In fairness it should be recognized that Rezun’s literary and publicistic talent is not taken away, unless, of course, he wrote his books himself, and not a group of obscure literary blacks. But as a scout Rezun himself did not show. In one of the brightest of his literary works - the story "Aquarium" - Rezun persistently holds the following thought: in the Soviet strategic intelligence, all the staff, they say, were divided into two unequal groups. One group is those who bring in their beaks valuable information gathered from the agents they recruited. The second group is all the rest. The first is the elite wolves of intelligence. They are their own masters, they are planning the most complex multi-pass operations, they are forgiven a lot, because the life and work of the Aquarium is built on the principle of "Winners are not judged." Rezun openly admires them, his whole book is a hymn to mother intelligence officers who extract enemy secrets. The lot of the rest - in every way they help and facilitate.

So, in real life Rezun was one of those who helped and assisted the elite. His official “roof” is the Permanent Mission of Russia to the United Nations in Geneva, where he was listed as a third-party clerk. In the GRU Swiss Residency, that is, in his main job, Rezun was also on the pickup. He didn’t show anything special, didn’t recruit a valuable agent, didn’t bring any enemy secrets in his beak. But, probably, he wanted it very much, therefore he sniffed the secret intelligence officer of the British Intelligence Service in the hope of finding interesting sources of information with his help. However, the Englishman was more cunning, and soon Rezun himself fell for it. In “Aquarium”, a book largely autobiographical, Rezun explains the reasons for his failure and, as a result, his escape to the West by not being in the right place at the right time and thus becoming unsuitable for his superiors. He was ordered to be removed, and Rezun, saving his life, was forced to flee to England.


Vladimir Rezun. Beginning of 1970's

But those who knew Rezun well for work at the GRU have another explanation for the cause of the betrayal. The fact is that Rezun showed, to put it mildly, heightened interest in males. On this basis, he met with some foreigner. A foreigner, as it turned out, Rezun skillfully framed the enemy intelligence services, and then began to blackmail. It is now on such "weaknesses" as unconventional sexual orientation, overlooked and even find perverts a lot of excuses. And in the "totalitarian" USSR, these "weaknesses" were considered a crime and were punished under the relevant article of the Criminal Code. So, confused with a foreign homosexual, Rezun committed a criminal offense, which meant not only a prison sentence, but also the end of his foreign career. I had to seek political asylum in England. There have always found and continue to find shelter of all kinds of scammers who are shined on prison beds in their homeland. Here and Rezun sheltered.

There was no sense from him, as from a scout, for Rezun had nothing to do with serious secrets. But his biting feather served Western propaganda in good stead. Once in the West, Rezun quickly realized what books his new owners were interested in, and began writing them at the speed of light. His concept of the start of the Second World War (or rather, not his, but skillfully processed and richly supplied with "evidence") played the role of heavy artillery on the fronts of the information war that the Anglo-Saxons fought against the Soviet Union.


London. The headquarters of the British intelligence. Her employees picked up Rezun on the hook

In the USSR, Vladimir Rezun, the captain of the GRU, who had fled to the West, was sentenced to death in absentia. By the way, Rezun himself, not without pride, reported this at any opportunity: behold, they say how I managed to annoy the system! For this, they say, he suffered ... Then Boris Yeltsin, having become president, forgiven by his supreme decree, a crowd of all traitors and traitors, including Rezun, and the martyr's halo somehow faded away. Later in the books of Rezun, the meticulous researchers found so many frauds, inconsistencies, and distorted quotations that the light image of Rezun the historian was dimmed. But the unlawful image of the traitor has not gone away. And, although the verdict of the Military Collegium of the USSR Supreme Court against Rezun was annulled by Yeltsin’s decree, no one canceled his rightful place in the history of All-Russian betrayal.
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  1. Anatole Klim 10 October 2015 07: 13 New
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    I read these dirty little books of the traitor Rezun, they were littered with our bookstores in the 90s, I read and threw it away so as not to defile my bookshelves with any rubbish. And in general, I regret that the FSB now has no special department for the elimination of traitors, an ice pick is the best reward for these scum.
    1. Aleks28 10 October 2015 08: 20 New
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      Quote: Anatole Klim
      And in general, I regret that the FSB now has no special department for the elimination of traitors, an ice pick is the best reward for these scum.

      From where we know. Maybe there is what It's just that scum like rezun no longer deserves attention .. This is waste material. Compost!
      1. Nuar 10 October 2015 08: 50 New
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        In the USSR, Vladimir Rezun, the GRU captain who had fled to the West, was sentenced to death in absentia.
        but this is nonsense, he was denied by so many official representatives, which is even surprising that he still pops up.

        If he was sentenced, then by what court, from what date and what is the case number? Even if a person is tried in absentia, that they are being judged by some kind of "secret court"?
        1. Aleks28 10 October 2015 08: 59 New
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          Quote: Nuar
          If he was sentenced, then by what court, from what date and what is the case number? Even if a person is tried in absentia, that they are being judged by some kind of "secret court"?

          The paper will endure everything. He "condemned" himself, for the greater importance ..
          1. Akuzenka 10 October 2015 18: 40 New
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            This is the third version of the reason why the Reason ran away. With the second version it is related, the trap was "honey." Only in the second version did a woman appear. And here, bam - a fagot !!!!! It is doubtful.
            1. stroybat ZABVO 10 October 2015 21: 46 New
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              I was familiar, for example, with the son and wife of Gordievsky, we were neighbors on the porch in a military town. versions of blue confuse me, in relation to scouts abroad, they closely monitored this and everything.
            2. crazyrom 11 October 2015 02: 51 New
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              The fact that he was caught in a honey trap is yes (photos from the motel), but it seems he was a woman, and he was married.
            3. vladimir_krm 11 October 2015 21: 06 New
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              In Ukraine, in the 90s or zero on UT-1 there were two or three shows of Polish TV with Rezun. With the translation, naturally. There he admitted that in the Aquarium he lied about the reason for the flight, about the blueness - he hinted, but so that it became clear.
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      2. Anatole Klim 10 October 2015 11: 51 New
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        Quote: Alex28
        From where we know. Maybe there is

        Putin: ... they themselves will bend ... cattle .... pig ...
    2. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 10 October 2015 10: 41 New
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      Quote: Anatole Klim
      I read these dirty little books of the traitor Rezun, they were littered with our bookstores

      I remember, on the Internet, gentlemen, historians started a dispute with the residentists. Resonist calls any page of any book a rezun, and the historian agrees to find at least three errors on it :) It seems like historians won laughing
      1. rohl 21 October 2015 03: 28 New
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        Can you find this argument? That's when a whole flock of "anti-resurists", including very large ranks, staged Rezuna a "massacre", came out disgraced! Rezun was not refuted, but he was dishonored!
    3. anip 10 October 2015 11: 38 New
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      Quote: Anatole Klim
      I read these dirty little books of the traitor Rezun, they were littered with our bookstores in the 90s, I read and threw it away so as not to defile my bookshelves with any rubbish.

      At that time, I also bought some kind of rezun book. I thought I would learn something new, some new facts and thoughts. And he really found out, eyes on his forehead almost got out. laughing Moreover, in his "works" even within the framework of one book, no, not a book, but a little book, you can find a lot of contradictions to oneself. In general, he learned "something new", and with a pure heart threw a little book of a scum-reeker into the trash bin, having previously torn it a little. (Reason with a small letter - I was not mistaken.)

      Here to read Martirosyan Arsen Benikovich - yes.
      1. enot73 10 October 2015 14: 04 New
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        Moreover, in his "works" even within the framework of one book, no, not a book, but a little book, you can find a lot of contradictions to oneself.
        Not without reason, even in England, from all the books of Suvorov only the “icebreaker” was published, the rest of the opuses went unnoticed. laughing
      2. vladimirZ 10 October 2015 15: 16 New
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        I read these dirty little books of the traitor Rezun ...

        The fact that this bastard is a traitor and should have been responsible for betrayal is undeniable.
        But here his "literary" work, although a lie, but it was the first to contribute to a critical look at the then prevailing in our history "theory of sudden, treacherous blow", designed for completely uncritical people.
        Unfortunately, in our historical literature before Rezun there were generally no serious studies of the causes of the defeat of the Red Army in 1941.
        The ideological cliche prevailing in Soviet times, which does not allow anything condemning anything in the actions of the country's leadership, the then generals, the actions of the Red Army, played a bad role in shaping the then worldview of people.
        Therefore, in the wake of a deficit of truthful research on the events of 1941, in the late 80s and early 90s, the “literary” work of Rezun received very great attention, and was extremely popular due to the lack of something else.
    4. 78bor1973 11 October 2015 01: 11 New
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      After reading both the “aquarium” and the “icebreaker”, some kind of dissonance of my own logic with seemingly read material, a breakdown of cause and effect relations (if you are such a cool scout, then why are you there) or (if the GRU is so cool why didn’t you see the “goblin”?) And in general, these books are just a bomb for the weak-witted and tweaked!
    5. Mikado 12 October 2015 17: 22 New
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      He did tremendous damage. Do many young people in our country know history now?
      1. Serge Gorely 13 September 2018 08: 55 New
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        Quote: Mikado
        He did tremendous damage. Do many young people in our country know history now?

        Youth ignorant is clearly not the work of Rezun. The fact that Rezun is a scumbag and a liar is indisputable. But he achieved success because our historians constantly lie. Under the USSR they lied that we won the war ONLY thanks to the fiery political instructor (special thanks to dear Leonid Ilyich). Now they lie that the troops were led by bearded paunch with censers.
    6. rohl 21 October 2015 03: 29 New
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      Maybe you should be closer He’s never a traitor, "Stalin destroyed millions of people" ...
      Maybe you are closer to Tukhachevsky, who destroyed his people with gases and took them hostage (the lowest method)! And his "theory" of warfare and its preparation ?!
      Maybe Khrushchov is closer to you, who has done so much that describing his crimes is enough for a few books!
      Maybe you are closer to Zhukov, who executed hundreds and thousands of lawlessness ?! Do you still consider him "invincible"? Is this a person to consider an ordinary?
      Who is closer to you? Maybe Gorbachev? Yeltsin?
      All these people did not run anywhere, they were never accused of pederasty !!! But who is the traitor?
  2. Mera joota 10 October 2015 07: 14 New
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    Rezun persistently pursues the following thought: in Soviet strategic intelligence, all employees, they say, were divided into two unequal groups. One group is those who bring in the beak valuable information gathered from agents recruited by them. The second group is everyone else.

    Maybe this is a discovery for the author, but for example, in the criminal investigation department (at least it was before), the situation was similar. Inveterate operas deal directly with crooks, and the rest of the scales are done either by young operas, or by gray people who are not able to produce a result. The normal boss of a good opera will not put on duty for a day after having squabbled there, he will ride on calls, and the normal opera will reveal disclosures.

    Regarding the circumstances that led to Rezun's escape, this case is clearly classified and everything else is nothing more than speculation. Well, the fact that he has a family and children somehow casts doubt on the version with homosexuality, in Europe he could have turned around in this field without looking back at the Communist Party ...
    1. gladcu2 10 October 2015 18: 09 New
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      Mera joota

      At the expense of family and children. Their homosexuals have the same thing. But in the 80s it is not a fact that homosexuality in Europe was not a crime. It seems there they planted for this business, as everywhere else. I could be wrong.
  3. Baloo 10 October 2015 07: 26 New
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    After the collapse of the USSR, one of the articles on traitors cited the statement of the tsarl chief. I don’t remember exactly, approximately: we don’t need to recruit anyone, our colonels and KGB generals stand in line with their secrets.
    Once in a documentary they showed an interview with Gordievsky, Suvorov, Kalugin ... They have the same facial expressions, everyone calls himself a fighter with the system. Traitors were always, apparently a special psychotype, I would call this psychotype "pa # hatch". We now see such people on talk shows, we hear matzo regularly on exe. Here's what they think of us: Ryzhkov: I admire the American volunteering and charity. And how many people did these good Americans kill after the Second World War around the globe for their understanding of democracy?
    Or here's another one: http: //politrussia.com/opozitsiya/kto-na-samom-448/- an opinion of the liberalist position about us.
    For example:
    -Roman Dobrokhotov: Two-thirds (of Russians) are latent xenophobes, latent criminals.
    -Yulia Latynina: Putin’s voter is a lumpen and Putin’s voter is cattle.
    -Rustem Adagamov (accused of pedophilia): This population is ready to sell his mother for the filthy 750 rubles.
    -Dmitry Bykov: Most of the Russian population is incapable of anything, it is pointless to re-educate it, it does not know how and does not want to work. The Russian population is inefficient. It is necessary to give him the opportunity to sleep soundly or die out of old age, stuffing with the corresponding spectacles.
    -Alfred Koch: The Russian man degraded and turned into an uninteresting scum of civilization - into a narcissistic, touchy, cowardly bastard.
    -Sergei Parkhomenko: Seeing a sober Central Russian man in his usual habitat, you start fumbling frantically in his pockets. Where is the ignition key from a tractor that will take you anywhere, having doused these cockroaches with a cloud of fuselage-bluish smoke, which is so organically woven into the stench of their cheap cigarettes and fumes? Or, at least, a gun, in case of critical cultural contradictions to feed these ugly mouths with lead seeds.
    -Gennady Gudkov: Because CITIZENS gathered for the IDEA on Bolotnaya, and in LUZHNIKA SLANDS and according to the order! And servile singers like you.
    -Artemy Troitsky: For the most part, I consider Russian men to be animals, creatures not even of the second, but of the third grade. When I see them - from cops to deputies, I think that they, in principle, should die out ... In fact, I do not mind this breed at all.
    -Evgenia Chirikova: Russian people are much like cattle. They will endure anything.
    -Ksenia Sobchak: Such people are called cattle - who envy, hate me ... And this feature, by the way, is peculiar to Russians, therefore I love Jews.
    -Mikhail Khodorkovsky: It’s a shame not to steal from such a state.
    I really look forward to the accusation that, quoting the opposition themselves about our country and about you and me, I incite hatred towards them. And I have no doubt that such charges will be. However, maybe, to find real enemies and hate-raisers, our opposition should look in the mirror?
    Here we are in their eyes, and here they are in their eyes. I am for the law on deprivation of citizenship and expulsion outside the Russian Federation without the right to return.
    But according to Nut with ex matzah. 95% of the population of Russia .... Read for yourself, you will not believe.
    1. Ronino 10 October 2015 07: 53 New
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      Where to get so many ice axes?
      1. BARBED 10 October 2015 08: 39 New
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        I have no doubt that many will give their own - the workers. I have two of them. I’m not even sorry for a good deed.
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      3. Darwin 10 October 2015 11: 36 New
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        for such and the ice ax is not sorry enough for everyone
      4. ratfly 10 October 2015 15: 01 New
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        One ice ax of all!
      5. Kos_kalinki9 11 October 2015 05: 10 New
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        Quote: RoninO
        Where to get so many ice axes?

        Well, how many of these Russophobes? A lot of? Do not tell. It’s just that our media wants and gives the best time on air to them. To be a Patriot in Russia always, from time immemorial, was as if to put it, shameful or something. So this foam climbs in front of everyone with the filing of our media. Well, how can one not give time for the transfer to some sort of liberalist. He will be offended, they shut up the mouth of the poor. They deprived of freedom of speech. This self rotts its rot. This is the navel of the earth, and we, its dust. Let them gather in their closed clubs and chew their liberal chewing gum before vomiting. Arrows of the oscilloscope. And so they can be wet without ice axes, improvised means
    2. gladcu2 10 October 2015 18: 27 New
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      Baloo

      There is a good movie on YouTube
      Konstantin Semin "empire of good"

      There is an interview with an analyst from the CIA. He simply said that the Soviet presidents were put on a paycheck and that was enough to destroy the USSR.
      It is also said that the effectiveness of the CIA was superior in scope to direct military intervention. Thus, the US was able to get about 50 government shifts in other countries.

      So, something like that.
      1. Baloo 11 October 2015 21: 37 New
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        Yes, I saw this movie. There, one of the oldest neocons (neoconservatives), grinning, said so: I have enough fingers to count who we bought, and after 8 years the USSR died. He said so: We bought them! am
    3. Kilo-11 11 October 2015 01: 21 New
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      An interesting point is the Yavlinsky clan. in Lviv / Galicia /, why shouldn’t Pan Yavlinsky return to his historical homeland and give out paid tips on how to equip Galicia there? Kasparov-Weinstein clan. in Baku, is it possible for Mr. Kasparov-Weinstein to start creating a truly “democratic society” in Azerbaijan or to be in opposition to Mr. Aliyev’s regime? The rest, alas, are our local traitors and two enemies from the USA . Ryzhkov the most "well done of the good fellows" - under the flag of the host on the rack "quietly", probably under the flag of Russia never stood!
    4. Uncle Joe 11 October 2015 02: 16 New
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      And for contrast - the speeches of the main fighter with foreign agents lol

      Putin: "In an acute crisis many enterprises raised the question of completely transferring their business to the state, were ready and even offered themselves. We did not go this way, we chose a different path - we put a shoulder on the business, built a whole support system, but did not follow the path of nationalization of the economy. This is a fundamental government choice."
      http://archive.government.ru/special/docs/14934/

      Putin: “You see, we did not have any large-scale nationalization, nor a slide towards universal administrative regulation. We maintained the free movement of capital and convertibility of the ruble. I am sure that all this served as a convincing signal for investors, and I want to emphasize and say again: there will be no return to the past. Russia will remain a liberal market economy. Today I want to repeat again: we will consistently continue the line on promoting private initiative, on integration into the world economy, on the formation of a favorable investment climate. "
      http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=317679

      Putin: “We must think what to do, how to build our own policy. Of course, we will act in the logic of a market economy"
      http://www.rg.ru/2015/01/21/putin-ekonomika-site.html)

      Putin: "Under capital amnesty the issue is not the return of capital, but its legalization"
      http://tass.ru/ekonomika/1656342

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  5. capitosha1rang 10 October 2015 07: 44 New
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    It is better to blame Rezun-Suvorov for zincography or Shintoism, but not for sexual deviations, deviations.
    Otherwise, it will be necessary to present the bill to many organizations and hundreds of specific officials who allowed (and missed) the fagot, as it’s silly, the author frankly claims, first to the Suvorov School, then to the Higher School of Higher Education (during Soviet times!), And those who selected, eliminated provoking tested candidates for "abroad" ...
    In the 73 / 74 years of the last century, I studied at the same naval special school and I can confirm that the “blue” at that time in the USSR was, after all, a shade of color, but a curse that came to our yards along with thin, cynical uncles , rewound for a quarter of a century in different camps - "Artek".
    I personally don’t know Rezun-Suvorov, although I read his books, they are very intelligently written and are forced to re-read history, compare and compare, to prove "the opposite," if you don’t like it.
    But to question the competence of the administrative bodies and services of the CPSU ... is it bold (after 30 years of absence) or stupid (just because it’s worthless) I don’t know, the Great Country has a lot of real problems and tasks.
    1. captain 10 October 2015 10: 39 New
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      Dear capitosha1rang, I agree with your opinion. I read Rezun’s books, they are really sensible, if it weren’t for the traitor’s stigma, I think there would be so much criticism about his books. There are controversial issues in his books, but there are some very interesting conclusions. He served in the GRU and didn’t take undergraduates, if they did, they were “gifted” relatives of big bosses. He is a traitor and that says it all. It is a pity that betrayal in our society is selective. I consider traitors to people who betrayed the interests of our people, and not the system that was in our country at that time. For me, Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shevarnadze, Kravchuk, Yeltsin ... and many more CPSU figures are traitors to our people. The worst thing is that these and similar characters in our country did not receive the proper political and social assessment. The CPSU is the successor of the CPSU (B.), And this party wanted Russia to be defeated in the 1 World War, now the children and grandchildren of those who wanted defeat at we are in power, I recommend that you look at the biographies of Medvedev, Chubais, E. Gaidar and others. As a rule, all grandchildren and leaders of different levels in the party or in its organs in the army. Until they destroy Russia to the end, they will not calm down. I already wrote where the children and grandchildren of our General Secretaries live (except Chernenko), the question is to those who will put me a minus, whom our true "Leninists" raised in their families?
      1. Silhouette 10 October 2015 11: 47 New
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        Many people prefer to talk about Rezun at the level of “What can the lame say about the art of Herbert von Karoyan if he is immediately told that he is lame?”
      2. rohl 21 October 2015 03: 20 New
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        Maybe you should be closer He’s never a traitor, "Stalin destroyed millions of people" ...
        Maybe you are closer to Tukhachevsky, who destroyed his people with gases and took them hostage (the lowest method)! And his "theory" of warfare and its preparation ?!
        Maybe Khrushchov is closer to you, who has done so much that describing his crimes is enough for a few books!
        Maybe you are closer to Zhukov, who executed hundreds and thousands of lawlessness ?! Do you still consider him "invincible"? Is this a person to consider an ordinary?
        Who is closer to you? Maybe Gorbachev? Yeltsin?
        All these people did not run anywhere, they were never accused of pederasty !!! But who is the traitor?
  6. Fat373 10 October 2015 07: 45 New
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    To understand time, you need to live in it. Alas, this is not given to us. Suvorov helped me personally to understand that Stalin was not a paranoid and cannibal, but the Emperor, that our Soviet icons were ordinary people.
    1. Mera joota 10 October 2015 07: 58 New
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      Suvorov helped me personally to understand that Stalin was not a paranoid and cannibal, but the Emperor

      Viktor Suvorov is a terrible Stalinist, which for some reason many patriots do not notice.
  7. Russian Uzbek 10 October 2015 07: 57 New
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    oh oh oh how the author dared to cast a shadow on the Great Rezun, who opened his eyes to all of us ??? it’s from Great Rezun that we learned that our commanders were “butchers” (the rest apparently fought with holy spirit), that Sneaky Stalin himself was going to attack Good Hitler, and that “DEFENSE” was FORCED to reach the Volga ...
    the entire local population of slander negodue!
    and in general: someone doesn't like the rezun, but it doesn’t change the essence: the “scientific research” of the false historian Suvorov (they even invented a pseudonym for him in the CIA - SUVOROV - an exclusively positive reaction for Russians;) and, accordingly, greater confidence in people with such a surname) - ordinary propaganda falsifications of history
    Well and still: people cannot be a historian without a historical education! such only on Bred-tv to Prokopenko and Chapman
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    2. Mera joota 10 October 2015 08: 00 New
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      Oh oh oh

      Suvorov FORCED thousands of people to read what they would never read in life, and it does not matter what conclusions each of them made himself.
      1. Russian Uzbek 10 October 2015 11: 23 New
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        "" "FORCED thousands of people to read what they would never read in life, and it does not matter what conclusions each of them made himself" ""
        and millions more people watch Ren-tv and think that the Martians built the Egyptian pyramids ... but this nonsense does not become true!
        so here I repeat: any conclusions can be made, but the fact that Mr. Rezun is a full-time propagandist working for the CIA is a reality!
        Well, you can continue to clog your brain with propaganda from a rezun instead of studying HISTORY
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          Have you studied history? Judging by the comment, no.
      2. Baloo 22 October 2015 00: 02 New
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        Why do you consider Rezun's lie worthy of attention? Fiction for retirees and pimple youths, in which half-truth is mixed with lies. Rezun sales does not look at cards when he composes. In terms of art, the works of B. Akunin are more competitive. Although both are opportunists. I didn’t find anything new at Suvorov, except for the unbridled fantasy that the author gives out as truth. Remember F.Neznansky Alien face? And I remember the event that formed the basis. It was in the 70s, at the beginning it seems. We listened to the Voice of America because of the music, because the Tatar broadcast on the lighthouse was rare and very short. Once, the Voice of America transmitted a message that in Sheremetyevo, when an unknown person boarded a plane, he opened fire from a pistol when they tried to detain him. This was not reported in our press, and the details of the “votes” were not reported.
        But what a mulberry F.Neznansky had invented! Rezun is the same scribbler. negative
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    4. Turkir 10 October 2015 13: 34 New
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      Well and still: people cannot be a historian without a historical education!

      It depends on the individual.
      Do you think that Herodotus, Miller, Schlozer, Karamzin - had a historical "education"? Or ac. Likhachev, who was a philologist? It Likhachev said that the history of Russia begins with the adoption of Christianity, and the pre-Christian history of Russia should not interest us! The whole Norman theory is based on the fabrications of a certain Swede Petreus and is still being circulated not only in the West, but also in our "professional" circles. Or Gumilyov historian?
      A history buff, if he has scientific thinking, can do more than a professional historian. And the example of this is S.Ya. Paramonov, an entomologist, but who also has a physical and mathematical education. Oh, the Normans say - he's not a historian! Still, they do not like it when they are poked into factological errors, up to ignorance of the difference in the chronology of Bulgarian and Byzantine.
      However, such professional historians Frolov, Ph.D. Grot - already today confirmed the conclusions of Sergei Yakovlevich Paramonov, though without mentioning his work.
      As for Rezun - he is a professional ... sharpie, writes books pleasing to German ideology and justifying THEIR "history". Why - after all, he is a German citizen, do not forget about it. If he lived in the USA, then we would probably learn from him that the USSR entered the war in 1944.
      Even without Rezun, I’m interested in the history of Russia and I don’t need to “build on” him to learn something from our history.
      ----
      Once, one Russian chess fan noticed that the task of a checkmate in seven moves, walking through textbooks for 50 years, is done in 6 moves. All professionals did not notice this!
      But Botvinnik called him a professional chess player. Noble.
  8. kalibr 10 October 2015 08: 10 New
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    Moreover, if we consider Rezun-Suvorov as a PR-project, then he should erect a monument. Since he caused in our country a MASS INTEREST to the history of our time. People began to read memoirs, they themselves found inconsistencies, compared, verified, they themselves drew conclusions, and this is expensive. And only at the cost of "one betrayal"? Come on? Yes, was it a betrayal?
    If I were the ruler of the country, I would be the only way to act when I would need to direct the attention of the masses to some object! Now get in your car and try to print a certain number of pages about the war, on a topic that you know well. My 27 record for the day and then I rested a day! Considering how many books he wrote and what amounts of information were given there, he, the “poor”, had to write day and night, which is unrealistic. So he "wrote"? Who! The English? With all due respect to them - and what for they need it? Distort our story? What for? When it is clear that, because of the inaccuracies of faith there, they will not be !!! Oh, about the British something they should have known, since they themselves wrote them? So ... didn't they write? Then who? And even if Rezun himself, he is again well done! What harm did he do? And how much benefit?
    1. tasha 10 October 2015 08: 41 New
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      Perhaps it was necessary to break this wall, to stir up the historical swamp. The only trouble is that the Icebreaker was published and read throughout Europe, but the smart and worthy books of its opponents are unlikely ...
      1. Silhouette 10 October 2015 11: 44 New
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        Name it. please, at least one clever and worthy book of his opponents, and justify its intelligence and dignity. It will be very interesting.
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          I have two versions. Either you were not interested in learning the arguments against Rezun, or you read these books, but wrote them in stupid and unworthy ones. If you haven’t read it, then read it, if the arguments of their authors did not seem convincing to you, then mine will not work for you. Sincerely.
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            Both of your versions are not entirely true. In fact, I was interested to know the arguments against Rezun, and to me they seemed untenable. He was refuted by the trifles in which the sources on which Rezun relied were to blame, but no one could refute his analysts and conclusions, which were later supported by declassified information. This is his strength. His merit was that he was the first to publish what many initiates knew, talked about, but did not print. And I don’t care who did it, saint or Bluebeard. Even if he eats anthem with spoons, I will watch what he says. I also liked how he puts pseudo-war historians in their place. Well done.
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              Silhouette, do not smack nonsense. The nonsense of this schizophrenic-Russophobe has long ago been smashed to smithereens both in Russia and in the West, only dibylodes resunoids have not yet understood this. Many articles and books are devoted to exposing his fakes, I advise you to read them carefully. Everything is chewed there and put in the mouth, as for the demented, no stone has been left on the stone for his “conception”. "Watch what he says" can only be the same Russophobic scum as he himself. He didn’t put anyone in his place, it was his “pseudo-war historian” who was not let down by the lazy, but he never answered anything for criticism, which is natural: there’s nothing to answer him. Because the critics are right. And he was caught not on trifles, but on the most ordinary lies and deliberate frauds (for example, the story of the leather boots which supposedly changed the Red Army in 1941, I remember for a long time laughing: he doesn’t even know how to lie)
              Books exposing his lies? Their sea, here are just a few:
              The truth of Viktor Suvorov. Compilation
              Gryzun V. - How Victor Suvorov composed the story.
              Surov V. Icebreaker 2.
              Isaev is also, but I personally don’t like the way he writes: it’s too boring, academic and boring. But also this villain beats hard.

              If you had bothered to read them, you would not have written deliberate nonsense here.
    2. Alexy 10 October 2015 16: 03 New
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      For some reason I think that Rezun-Suvorov is such a postcard, a candy wrapper. And his books are a banal discredit of everything Soviet. And they are written by specially trained specialists to change history in the minds of people. In Ukraine, it worked.
      1. kalibr 10 October 2015 18: 27 New
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        Then what can you say about Fomenko? Did Rezun's books discredit the USSR? In my opinion, the harm from the books of Fomenko is much more ... In Ukraine, this also "has already worked." They became the most ancient in the world. Now it's our turn!
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      I am a definite admirer of Rezun. But here I have to disagree with you. Rezun definitely wrote by order. Yes, the truth, but as it was. But (!) He distorted some facts. Note that he always appreciates the allies and the negative actions of the USSR. And what is very talented, he does this based on facts, but the facts are talented.
      It is very good to read a book by N.V. Starikov on Rezun. Why? Starikov, an unambiguous opponent of Rezun (opponent), but nevertheless Starikov’s interpretation strongly supports Rezun, but at the same time shows the role of “allies” in World War II and why it is better to read Rezun very carefully.
      Although, to be honest, even without Starikov, I noticed these distortions and did not draw attention to them, since I already knew in advance that he had fled abroad, with the explicit support of foreign services.
  9. igordok 10 October 2015 08: 15 New
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    Not a drop, not Suvorov. Reason, as he was, remained.
  10. SibSlavRus 10 October 2015 08: 26 New
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    Yeltsin, you say, has forgiven by your decree? But Yeltsin is not a people or a special service. And this was his private and populist decision.
    Judah Yeltsin himself topped his "forgiveness list"!
    Indeed, in the photo, not a courageous and severe face, but a polished homosexual physiognomy.
    Physiognomy, however, is a very entertaining science.
  11. iury.vorgul 10 October 2015 08: 26 New
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    Rezun, “Suvorov” can only be called in quotation marks - he is a traitor to the Motherland and honestly deserved his bullet. But...
    It was from his submission that the dam of the official silence of the history of the Great Patriotic War was breached. It was after the publication of a pile of frank absurdities and arrogant lies, in a good literary treatment, called the "Icebreaker", that real historians began to publish their studies of this period. Therefore, I believe that Rezun deserved to be shot at the wall facing the ranks, and not in the back of the head.
    1. tasha 10 October 2015 08: 28 New
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      Personally, for me, I will not hide, “Icebreaker” was a revelation ... There were doubts, of course, but somehow I did not think of checking by sources. And even now, after reading a rather large number of books on this topic, I don’t have a clear understanding and knowledge ... Very, very difficult.
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        "" I have no clear understanding and knowledge ... "" "
        worthy words! and then here on the site there is a lot of wool that knows everything in the world and for some reason they are all ardent fans of rezunovschiny
  12. Alexy 10 October 2015 08: 30 New
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    The bastard. In the 90s, many people fell for the bait of his pseudo-historical opuses. Unfortunately, there are also enough of them now.
    1. kalibr 10 October 2015 10: 49 New
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      What do you mean got caught? That is, they were so stupid that not everyone took for granted? And check again, the mind is not enough? Well, stupid have always been, are and will be. They are not sorry. Or do you think that we have such a majority?
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        Почему нет?
        And how to check if you live in the province? The book (Rezun) is, and the State Archive is far away. I already wrote here about my friend, who, with enthusiasm, read Rezun and believed in him. Moreover, he was a serviceman and quite sober-minded person.
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          And the library is close! And in it there are memories of marshals, memoirs, and newspapers for different years ... And magazines - Motherland, Questions of history, Science and life ... There is a lot of things there, including with archives. WOULD BE THE DESIRE!
  13. lao_tsy 10 October 2015 08: 37 New
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    Another interesting question: "And who printed and distributed books Rezun multi-million copies?"
    It seems to me that his books at the end of 80's, the beginning of 90's, could be bought at any general store.
    1. tasha 10 October 2015 08: 44 New
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      It seems to me that there is no need to look for Fix's tricks here. Very, very popular was the book. Walked on hands. So they printed. I have all of his books, for example, there are :) In addition to the latter, these are in electronic form.
  14. Volga Cossack 10 October 2015 08: 57 New
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    traitor! I am pleased to read Isaev! and this ......... ice ax and nothing more! That's all I wanted to say! I have the honor!
    1. tasha 10 October 2015 09: 05 New
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      Traitor - yes, I agree. A lot of good people suffered after his betrayal.
      Isaev - separately. Would you read his books if you hadn’t been the books of Rezun?
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        Isaevsky delirium read ....
    2. Alexy 10 October 2015 16: 08 New
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      The author of the icebreaker is an ice ax in the head. And that sounds.
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      Read Isaev - do not respect yourself!
  15. Fitter65 10 October 2015 09: 06 New
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    It seems that the article at the request of this traitor is written. The message of the article, do not forget those who betrayed the MOTHERLAND, submit it to the one who has told you a living.
  16. Fotoceva62 10 October 2015 09: 07 New
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    If the British curators planned to achieve their goals with the help of Rezun’s books, they broke off. The result was the opposite, the mass of people began to study history very carefully, and most importantly, since the author presented himself as an analyst, readers, as much as they could, began to analyze and included logic with common sense (in any case, many succeeded). Other authors showed up and raced. Rezun became the very stick of yeast that the prudent curators threw into the stagnant capacity of our historical school (military) of that time. The result, I think they were not pleased. Instead of general despondency and frustration, they received a surge of military-historical interest and analysis (to the best of their abilities and capabilities) in society. What caused the appearance of a mass of various historical works. As for Rezun’s books, it must be admitted that not all of them are equally useful to liberals, for example, Cleansing. The main thing is not to take everything on faith, but to compare information sources and analyze. Gosh, yes just include common sense sometimes!
    Regarding the blueness, I doubt doubtfully. Go to service from Suvorovsky to an intelligence officer, but in Geneva! Hardly.
    1. kalibr 10 October 2015 10: 51 New
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      That is, do you think that the British who had a great experience of information wars did not understand that this would happen and none of the Russian consultants suggested to them? How nice it would be to fight such an enemy. But in fact, most likely the opposite is true. Above, I wrote about it.
  17. otto meer 10 October 2015 09: 18 New
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    I don’t understand why, at the mention of Suvorov-Rezun, some comrades have foam on their lips and "their hands are looking for a gun." Traitor? Yes, I agree. But how do we judge him? Have we been there? Have you felt this in your own skin? I was taught from school to hate Vlasov, and when I matured and read about him, I realized - a deeply unhappy person, of a tragic fate. And not for me to judge him. And Rezun, and what Rezun? Ran away? Yes. Someone "passed"? No. Moreover, this is recognized by his colleagues. So why hate him? For books? What about books? Does he write poorly about Russians? No, he writes about our people in superlatives, aspirated. Does he praise Hitler? Again, reviews about the "possessed" are not flattering. He writes that the Soviets wanted to attack first? What's wrong with that? Nothing. He writes, Zhukov is a scoundrel and a scoundrel? And recent research turns out to confirm this. And so on and so forth.
    So let's do it without hate. And then they came up with it already - it turns out he also has a hammock! Let's get facts, essentially. At the expense of tanks, if he didn’t lie, then he entrusted nobly. It is a fact.
    1. enot73 10 October 2015 16: 14 New
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      Quote: otto meer
      . He writes that the Soviets wanted to attack first? What's wrong with that? Nothing. He writes, Zhukov is a scoundrel and a scoundrel? And recent research turns out to confirm this. And so on and so forth.
      Unfortunately, not only in England, but also in Russia, a lot of writers - grant-eaters. like B. Sokolova, I. Bunich, M. Corned beef. Apparently "recent research" in the field of military history is their work. Of course Zhukov was not an angel, but they write nonsense about him in general. For example, that he sent fines to anti-tank minefields, and fines, at the cost of their lives, paved the way for tanks ... The authors (Bunich, Suvorov) did not mention, however, that an effort of 100 to 450 kg is necessary to fire an anti-tank mine. By the way, I advise you to read such a book about Zhukov - Alexei Isaev. "George Zhukov. The last argument of the king."
      1. otto meer 10 October 2015 16: 36 New
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        Thank. Download - read, of course. If you recommend. At the expense of mine clearing, I didn’t meet this with Suvorov, but I don’t deny it, maybe it was. However, I read the protocol of the search (the list of seized) for Zhukov’s dacha. Not the original of course, but what I found on the network. Impressive! The letter of the Supreme Military Council, with the assessment of Zhukov, also knew, it is not meritorious to take away the content. Reviews of the highest command staff about Zhukov again. And these are all documents, and intravital. So I bow ...
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          . However, I read the protocol of the search (the list of seized) for Zhukov’s dacha.
          Some "recent studies", by the way, indicate that most of the seized items were gifts to the marshal, but unfortunately the other version (Zhukov is a trophy) was not completely refuted.
          1. otto meer 10 October 2015 19: 02 New
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            A list of gifts to Stalin in the newspaper (if I am not mistaken) Pravda was published for two years. Cars, weapons, jewelry, even planes and ships. And what did he take personally for himself? NOTHING! Gave to orphanages, collective farms, schools. And George Konstantinovich? And then who could have thought of giving him the complete Goethe collection, in the original language? How would he read it? So staff ...
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        Are you nonsense Isaev captivated? I was enough for 3/5 of the book. Then I realized that this nonsense will continue, I quit.
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    This swamp slush still plays into conspiracy, claiming that the all-powerful KGB seeks to eliminate it ... It’s disgusting even to press buttons on such cutters. wassat
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    Traitor, he is always a traitor, no matter how bad my homeland is, it is my homeland. Rezun betrayed his homeland and colleagues, even the new owners of traitors do not respect, if the traitor betrayed his homeland, then he will betray the new owners even faster and cheaper.
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      Maybe you should be closer He’s never a traitor, "Stalin destroyed millions of people" ...
      Maybe you are closer to Tukhachevsky, who destroyed his people with gases and took them hostage (the lowest method)! And his "theory" of warfare and its preparation ?!
      Maybe Khrushchov is closer to you, who has done so much that describing his crimes is enough for a few books!
      Maybe you are closer to Zhukov, who executed hundreds and thousands of lawlessness ?! Do you still consider him "invincible"? Is this a person to consider an ordinary?
      Who is closer to you? Maybe Gorbachev? Yeltsin?
      All these people did not run anywhere, they were never accused of pederasty !!! But who is the traitor?
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        Maybe closer to you

        IMHO you do not understand the flow .. you are trying to mind .. in the air .. cool down already laughing

        Quote: 56_br
        Traitor, he is always a traitor, no matter how bad my homeland is, it is my homeland. Rezun betrayed both Homeland and Colle

        This is what you dragged Khrushchov into ... and other rubbish. Question - what for?
  20. am808s 10 October 2015 09: 44 New
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    What we are talking about? Some kind of slogan-rezun as a gerostrat wanted to remain in history. Our country is constantly betrayed and revel in impunity. And at the moment, hundreds of slaughter-slogans work against the people and the country. We do not have punitive laws on them, we can’t even get rid of maniacs, society is forced to feed them for life. Do you still have to pay the hunchback-labeled pension for the destruction of the country?
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      Maybe you should be closer He’s never a traitor, "Stalin destroyed millions of people" ...
      Maybe you are closer to Tukhachevsky, who destroyed his people with gases and took them hostage (the lowest method)! And his "theory" of warfare and its preparation ?!
      Maybe Khrushchov is closer to you, who has done so much that describing his crimes is enough for a few books!
      Maybe you are closer to Zhukov, who executed hundreds and thousands of lawlessness ?! Do you still consider him "invincible"? Is this a person to consider an ordinary?
      All these people did not run anywhere, they were never accused of pederasty !!! But who is the traitor?
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  22. Andryukha G 10 October 2015 10: 32 New
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    The books of the traitor-rezun in the 90s were interesting only because they went against the official interpretation of the history of the Second World War and these books appeared in large numbers in all cities and towns of the former USSR, an even more interesting question to whom and why was it necessary? (And this is with a general and general shortage of everything and everything, from socks to products, etc.). There was a deliberate informational attack on the USSR being destroyed, so that the consciousness of the whole people would change, the thought of doubt and disappointment crept in and the firm belief that what we had been taught for 70 years was a lie, we supposedly built the wrong society. Many people know the army principle - who first reported to the authorities (any information is good or bad), he and hero - and he is beyond punishment and suspicion, even if he is personally guilty of an accident or violation (no matter how the sword breaks his guilty head), and additional and valid truthful reports of other officials are no longer taken into account. Rezun used this principle and considers himself a hero , although the majority (people in uniform) considers a villain and a traitor.
  23. Old26 10 October 2015 10: 33 New
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    Quote: tasha
    It seems to me that there is no need to look for Fix's tricks here. Very, very popular was the book. Walked on hands. So they printed. I have all of his books, for example, there are :) In addition to the latter, these are in electronic form.

    Super popular. For some, this was a revelation and they became fanatics of his writings, while others - after reading, began to read historical literature. Demand always creates supply. In the early 90s, at the collapse, you could buy Mine Campf ...
    I actually have some in paper form (Aquarium, Icebreaker, Day-M), others - in electronic form
  24. otto meer 10 October 2015 10: 44 New
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    Blah blah blah! Traitor! (Wow) Hamasek! (This, until proven otherwise - no) Some emotions. You can "zaminuset in minus", but so far you look like a flock of monkeys cackling. Atu him! Atu! And what exactly? Personally, I am not a fan of it compared to the T-34 and T-4. I disagree in comparison with small arms, or rather with structural constructions from the weapons of the Red Army and BX. Disagree on the German vocational school. I disagree ... many disagree with what. But I agree with many things. Therefore, if he is such an enemy to you, then destroy the enemy constructively, beat him with facts (and not with slogans). And so it seems that many people didn’t read his books, but they hate him right up to the grinding of teeth. And it’s impossible. Rather, macaques can. People are not allowed.
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      This is already done for us. wink
      http://army.armor.kiev.ua/hist/shuler.shtml
      http://army.armor.kiev.ua/hist/shuler-2.shtml
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        Look! This is serious! As one man said: "Leave me alone! Immerse yourself!". In the study of the material provided. In terms of.
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        And in these materials there are links to archival files, №№, pages?
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          She, there, as far as I managed to get acquainted, like an analysis. In short, they catch on the little things again. He didn’t conduct radio communications like that. Finely like that. But I will read further.
  25. kvs207 10 October 2015 11: 09 New
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    It is better to blame Rezun-Suvorov for zincography or Shintoism, but not for sexual deviations, deviations.
    Otherwise, it will be necessary to present the bill to many organizations and hundreds of specific officials who allowed (and missed) the fagot, as it’s silly, the author frankly claims, first to the Suvorov School, then to the Higher School of Higher Education (during Soviet times!), And those who selected, eliminated provoking tested candidates for "abroad" ...
    In the 73 / 74 years of the last century, I studied at the same naval special school and I can confirm that the “blue” at that time in the USSR was, after all, a shade of color, but a curse that came to our yards along with thin, cynical uncles , rewound for a quarter of a century in different camps - "Artek".
    I personally don’t know Rezun-Suvorov, although I read his books, they are very intelligently written and are forced to re-read history, compare and compare, to prove "the opposite," if you don’t like it.

    I would be talking about "deviations", I did not so categorically assert. Of course, the KGB, this is not the army, but at one time, I was very surprised that in the part where I served one time, there was a scandal, just on this basis. The battalion commander, a lieutenant colonel, was convicted of this and he had to shoot himself.
    Rezuna, read and condemn. I have been interested in history for a long time and immediately, after the start of reading, questions began to arise. Therefore, after reading “Icebreaker” and “Aquarium” (as it seems), he spat on his “work”, as well as on the attempts of another “historian”, a certain Bunich. And my friend, was literally delighted with his books and bought from with enviable regularity. I would not be surprised if he Rezun still appreciates.
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      I really liked "Aquarium", written with love for the Soviet army. Much is precisely noticed. And about the special forces, experts confirm almost 100%. It is written well and competently! By the way, the language and style of Aquarium is not like the rest of the author’s opus, as if another person were writing!
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        I do not agree. "Aquarium" biography. Others, at their core, are technical literature. What do you need to write in analytics? Not about flowers, but lyapyachochki? Or maybe all the same dry style of quotes and clarifications?
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    Why break spears here, I don’t understand.
    Escaped abroad? Escaped.
    Had to split up there to a fork? I had to, but what about.
    So - a traitor. And the whole conversation.
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    The Hamatian entanglement should remain on the conscience of the author. Fine it. Unproven.
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    Book.
    In my turn of character, I didn’t even find out, clarified, archived ... Stalin was planning to attack Europe or not, whether the Thunderstorm was really planned or not.
    I just felt ... it's a shame to the fork ... that the Soviet Union was not given such a chance to use.
    But no, and there is no trial. The Nuremberg Tribunal accurately recorded this.
    .
    I read all his books. In addition to the fact that the army of the Soviet Union was then the most powerful in the world, it did not endure anything else. In addition to the fact that the Germans were going to winter in reeds, like wild boars, he could not bear anything.
    One example is with an English supercomputer, which completely denies the possibility of a Winter War - and it speaks positively.
    I do not know what kind of spies, falsifiers, propagandists wrote him his story-tales.
    After his books, I began to admire the Motherland, the Soviet Union even more.
    ..
    And so - a traitor, yes. Definitely.
    ..
    ..
    PS. Knowledge is such a precious drink that it is not shameful to draw it from any source.
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      "Words are not a boy, but a husband!"
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    In our post-war memoirs there is a lot of pathos in the absence of logic. It turns out that our soldiers are all heroes, and the generals are sages, but how it turned out that they reached Moscow is a big question.
    Rezun explained how. Let's call him a fagot now.
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    Regardless of the fact that the author himself is a traitor and ... his books have brought many benefits. Prior to this, in the military history of the Second World War, there was only an officially approved and approved point of view, generally quiet and smooth, under the guidance of citizen Gareev Makhmut Akhmetovich and the publication of memoirs from Colonel General and above, about the leading and guiding role of the party. It was after the publication of Suvorov's books that at least some discussion began. The books written brightly and interestingly could not be ignored, I had to at least somehow answer, people had an interest in "how it really was." They began to search and publish documents, some real numbers appeared, interest arose in the memoirs of the direct participants. It was as a result of the analysis and criticism of his books that Isaev, Drabkin, Martirosyan, etc., became known to the people. In general, prior to this, the perfectly impeccably sleek and concreted by the efforts of “professionals” story began to turn into something normal and similar to the truth. If it weren’t for Suvorov’s books, this process would have been much longer, and it would have been possible to have varnished everything again under the “new historical reality”.
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    In the 90s, when "slop" poured on everything Soviet everything, it was a "revelation"
    to find out that something ingenious nevertheless was in those days (tanks, Stalin, planes, GRU),
    and what was certainly considered brilliant (German technology, orders, Hitler) was not like that,
    and in places it was completely unimaginably idiotic.
    Very "cleared" the brain from the stagnant stamps of perception (and somehow inspired).
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    Then Boris Yeltsin, having become president, forgave all his traitors and traitors in an enormous decree,


    EBN from the permanent drunken delirium is apparently just for that and went out in order to scatter such "graces" bully
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    1. Tambov Wolf 10 October 2015 20: 27 New
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      What, for some here, the traitor Rezun is in good numbers? Is it a pity? Or were the critics of the special services frightened? Yes, the guys are rather weak. They used to work better (under the USSR).
  32. python2a 10 October 2015 15: 18 New
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    common bastard
  33. DmitriyZorro 10 October 2015 15: 43 New
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    I agree with the author of the article, because in his youth he read Rezun, but then after reading more about the Great Patriotic War, especially Isaev, it began to become clear what and why Rezun wrote. And then I had to convince my grandmother, who read the relevant books of Rezun.
    Therefore, I consider the article useful - you need to know your traitors and their motives.
    1. rohl 21 October 2015 02: 43 New
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      Did you read Isaev and didn’t understand anything? Isaev writes explicit nonsense. Incoherent nonsense and nonsense. From the very beginning of his "revelations" there was nonsense and nonsense, I read more than half of his "revelations" and realizing that the same thing would happen next, I threw it away.
      You do not respect yourself, just read the nonsense of an envious man!
  34. van zai 10 October 2015 16: 07 New
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    Let’s do this: Flies separately, soup separately. As a person who violated the oath, he is no doubt deeply unpleasant, BUT. On the contrary, Rezun’s work is the first intelligible attempt to comprehend what happened in 1941. It was after his books that I and many think began to be interested in history. It was his books that gave me reason to be proud of my homeland, the USSR. And it was his books that taught “reading between the lines” and filtering information. It’s a pity there will be no new books, I would love to read it.
    1. Jack-b 10 October 2015 19: 38 New
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      A little artificial example, but for clarity: after one of the murders in the Criminal Code, an article about the murder appears. And we say: murder is without a doubt bad, but on the contrary, if this person had not killed another, we would not have entered such a necessary and useful article in the Criminal Code.
      That's how I understand your message.
    2. Mikado 12 October 2015 17: 50 New
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      Quote: van zai
      Let’s do this: Flies separately, soup separately. As a person who violated the oath, he is no doubt deeply unpleasant, BUT. On the contrary, Rezun’s work is the first intelligible attempt to comprehend what happened in 1941. It was after his books that I and many think began to be interested in history. It was his books that gave me reason to be proud of my homeland, the USSR. And it was his books that taught “reading between the lines” and filtering information. It’s a pity there will be no new books, I would love to read it.


      Dear Van Zai, with all due respect to your opinion, it seems to me that the goal was not to analyze, but to discredit our Motherland with you as much as possible, and to distort history in the minds of our people, which happened. Examples can be given when the so-called “Suvorov” frankly lies, rips half a phrase out of context, does not understand materiel, etc. This is all sorted out by Isaev, other authors, and even Chobitka on his Bron-Site, I will not quote. Pay attention to the style of presentation of "Suvorov": well, the style is too beautiful, you read and believe. He didn’t write. Good uncles helped from British intelligence. Information warfare in an open form. Judah is he.
  35. KRIG55 10 October 2015 17: 32 New
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    He of course. It is a pity that the holy name has just been blamed.
  36. Jack-b 10 October 2015 19: 32 New
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    In general, that in the intimate, that in life pid ... "agog." I wonder at the great and mighty. It is not in vain that all this is called the same word.
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    1. Kilo-11 11 October 2015 01: 35 New
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      Emotionally, partly illiterate, partly not decent and not cultural, but generally correct. Regarding the "historical works" of the traitor Rezun, as for the traitor as a whole, everything is accurate with numbers and coverage of historical events, only here are assessments of certain historical events / personalities /, conclusions from these events, the traitor Rezun does the same for the sake of propaganda, not only ours, but the enemy-American one.
  38. Kharp 10 October 2015 20: 21 New
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    Spit on his sexual orientation, the main thing is that he is trying to push the idea of ​​equal responsibility for the Second World War of fascist Germany and the Soviet Union to the masses. Disputes about some inaccuracies in the technical characteristics of weapons and military unit numbers make no sense if the whole concept is false. The books are calculated for those who did not teach history, but "passed".
  39. bogdan4ik 10 October 2015 20: 23 New
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    I read the comments here. Well, just "Ah!". Some historians who know everything for sure. And I, here, served in the army in Kiev and found in the local library almost all the books used by Rezun. And I did not find fraud. Yes, Rezun needed to call Stalin a criminal. He lives in the West and this is an essential condition. But to argue that Stalin did not prepare to crush the West first by military means, as evidenced by Suvorov-Rezun, Krasnaya Zvezda, VIZH and many Soviet generals and marshals, and then the gold ruble, this is to lie to yourself. And by the way, Putin was preparing and realizing the crushing of the West as well as Stalin. So, after 20 years we will be guilty of saying that we are Sivomord sheep and were not going to do anything like that?
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      So, after 20 years we will be guilty of saying that we are Sivomord sheep and were not going to do anything like that?


      You can say it to yourself today, why wait 20 years?
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      It’s not clear what do you mean with GDP?! GDP is the President of our country, and the president of your country, as far as I understand, is Mr. Poroshenko. With our President, we’ll figure it out without you, if necessary. By the way, you can’t wait 20 years, one could already say yesterday that "... they were not going to do anything like that."
  40. xomaNN 10 October 2015 20: 37 New
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    Despite the "minuscule" ebn-amateurs, I repeat that not only did the Ebn drink and scatter the huge potential of the army and navy of the USSR, inherited by the Russian Federation, and made some heads of devastation angry

    ... but this scum Rezunovskaya, betraying and companions, and the homeland will not be sorry if he popernitsya and drunk to death negative
  41. Old26 10 October 2015 21: 14 New
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    Quote: bogdan4ik
    And I, here, served in the army in Kiev and found in the local library almost all the books used by Rezun. And I did not find fraud.

    I also checked some quotes. He really didn’t find any fraud. It’s just that sometimes his quote is “Torn off”. And it is precisely the “torn piece of quote” that explains it. Here he gives an example from Baghramyan’s book (I don’t remember the name, but it’s not important). The essence of the quote is that Baghramyan sees new “lashes” stored at one of the junction stations, EMNIP in Brest (sorry, I don’t know what they are called, but “assembling rails-sleepers”) When asked why they are stacked rails-sleepers - received the answer: "to alter the railway tracks from the European gauge to the Soviet one". On this, Rezun’s quote breaks off and he concludes that we were preparing for the invasion (this is not verbatim, but close to the text). But the full quote sounds a little different. The one who said this to Baghramyan continued: "... because here, in Western Belarus, the track is western" ... It seems to have not been misinterpreted, but the meaning of the ragged quote is completely different
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      Quote: Old26
      Quote: bogdan4ik
      And I, here, served in the army in Kiev and found in the local library almost all the books used by Rezun. And I did not find fraud.

      I also checked some quotes. He really didn’t find any fraud. It’s just that sometimes his quote is “Torn off”. And it is precisely the “torn piece of quote” that explains it. Here he gives an example from Baghramyan’s book (I don’t remember the name, but it’s not important). The essence of the quote is that Baghramyan sees new “lashes” stored at one of the junction stations, EMNIP in Brest (sorry, I don’t know what they are called, but “assembling rails-sleepers”) When asked why they are stacked rails-sleepers - received the answer: "to alter the railway tracks from the European gauge to the Soviet one". On this, Rezun’s quote breaks off and he concludes that we were preparing for the invasion (this is not verbatim, but close to the text). But the full quote sounds a little different. The one who said this to Baghramyan continued: "... because here, in Western Belarus, the track is western" ... It seems to have not been misinterpreted, but the meaning of the ragged quote is completely different


      Huge respect to you for finding an example! And so the meaning of the phrase is completely changing!
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      But the full quote sounds a little different. The one who said this to Baghramyan continued: "... because here, in Western Belarus, the track is western" ... It seems to have not been misinterpreted, but the meaning of the ragged quote is completely different


      You are absolutely right. Writing a clean lie is impossible. Subtle manipulation of consciousness - 9 axioms with which you agree a priori and begin to trust, and then something new for you - and the brain located by previous attitudes towards trust misses uncritically. Plus, so to speak, flattery - as about the Finnish company with him - pride arises !!)) ... The main purpose of his books, and this all comes down to - the justification of Hitler's attack - supposedly Stalin himself wanted to attack, therefore, what was Hitler's fault ? he defended himself, there is no fault, the Russians themselves are to blame
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      Have you read many books? He zealously quotes Zhukov, allegedly a “great” Marshal. What did he say wrong about this "great" "genius" ?!
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    Well, to hell with him.
  43. ava09 10 October 2015 21: 28 New
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    Rezun is a TRAITOR, but the one who "exposes" him in a similar, to put it mildly, questionable way casts a shadow on the special services of the USSR. Is it really not clear to the author of such "revelations" that there could be traitors in the KGB of the USSR, but not pederasts?
  44. arrows 10 October 2015 21: 35 New
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    This is how a condom turned into a condom, the purpose is one, but the meaning is different !!
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    On a stake of it and without lamb fat, dry !!! am
  46. digo 11 October 2015 03: 03 New
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    The fact that Rezun is a traitor is unambiguous. But ... in principle, he generally praised the SA (Soviet army) and belittled the capabilities of the Western armies. Those. intimidated the western layman by the Soviet Union. And during the Cold War, panic in the camp of the enemy does not hurt. It does not seem that for the "special forces" the big problem was its elimination.
    Those. to the fact that maybe our Cossack was sent ...
    Who will understand their intelligence strategists what they have in mind there, what they muddle there ...
    1. rohl 21 October 2015 02: 35 New
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      Traitor? Yes. But is he lying? No. Definitely, he writes the truth.
  47. surrozh 11 October 2015 08: 29 New
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    Rezun’s position differed sharply from the official on many historical issues, and that’s what he took. Personally, it’s now very interesting for me to read books about the Second World War, Rezun tried. The familiar counterintelligence officer (tanker and drifter) disgusted both the books and the author, pointed out many mistakes in the books.
    1. rohl 21 October 2015 02: 33 New
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      But I’m looking at the essence, not blunders. There are facts that cannot be turned in any other way. I say this from a height of reading many military books of those who were unequivocally supported by the official authority of the USSR.
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    at one time he became interested in the "creativity" of the rezun .... honestly, at first impressed ... a sip of "fresh" historical information. In the 90s people hawala such little books with a bang. The syllable is good and writes convincingly, everything is correct, it works out before the Anglo-Saxons padluk.
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      Moreover, his facts can not be turned in the other direction. He is definitely right.
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    Here it is cho Mikhalych! I thought I would read something interesting. And here again about pederasty. You still are not tired of doing pederasty ?! When Rezun's analysis begins, they remember pederasty and finish it with it. I don’t know if Rezun was handed over or not, this topic is closer to you, but I think that two children cannot be from a neighbor.
    Determining the meaning and content of books, according to the preferences of the author, is low and stupid! Moreover, no one can confirm this fact.
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    The version of the “thin blue line” is doubtful ... Rezun did not solve independent tasks, therefore he was seriously monitored.