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"Goodbye, goodbye and remember me ..."

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"Goodbye, goodbye and remember me ..."People who were born after the war, it is even difficult to imagine what the name of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya meant during the war years. I remember how my father brought a newspaper from work and began to read to us aloud the essay by Peter Lidov about the deceased partisan. On the lines: “At night she was led barefoot through the snow,” his voice quivered, and her father, a stern-tempered man, suddenly began to cry. Me, a schoolgirl, then it struck. I never saw my father cry. “For Zoya!” The pilots wrote on the sides of the planes. “For Zoya!” - tankers with this name on the armor went into battle.


At the beginning of the 90 of the last century, articles began to appear in many publications, the authors of which tried to defame the name of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya and her feat. What was not there! They recalled that Zoe, after suffering meningitis, was treated in a sanatorium, where there were patients with nervous diseases. And the spiteful conclusion was ready: maybe Zoe was insane? The meanness of such an assumption of the authors did not confuse. Then they started writing about the fact that there was no Zoe in Petrishchevo. There, allegedly, the Germans seized some other partisan.

I was outraged by these attacks on the deceased young heroine. I remembered my father's tears. And I, being already a correspondent of Komsomolskaya Pravda, writing about the war, decided to try to find fellow soldiers Zoya Kosmodemyanskoy - she was not the only one who came from Moscow to the village of Petrishchevo, Ruzsky District, Moscow Region. The trackers of the Moscow school number 1272 helped me find such addresses, where I had been invited to meetings with partisans almost every year. I invited the four fellow soldiers of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya to the editorial board of Komsomolskaya Pravda and wrote down their memories.

“31 of October 1941 of the year early in the morning we were gathering around the cinema“ Colosseum ”(now in this building is the Sovremennik Theater),” Klavdia Alexandrovna Miloradova told. - All with backpacks behind, in winter coats or quilted quilted jackets. How did we go to war? Like my other fellow soldiers, at first I received a ticket to the district Komsomol committee. I did not walk, but flew with happiness through the empty streets, blocked by metal hedgehogs. In the Moscow city committee of the Komsomol, where dozens of guys and girls gathered with the same vouchers, we were invited for an interview one by one. Here they asked us - are we ready to become fighters of a special military unit that will act in the rear of the enemy?

We were told about the difficulties that await us in the forests behind the front line. But we kept saying one thing: “We want to fight!”. I did not see anyone refuse to go behind enemy lines.
Soon trucks arrived at the Coliseum cinema. Laughing and helping each other, we climbed into the bodies, sat on wooden benches that swayed along the way.

In those days, the stations were jammed. Residents sought to leave Moscow, away from the front. And we were sincerely glad that we would be given a combat mission, and we will defend our Moscow. Such we were in those days.

Machines stopped in the area of ​​Kuntsevo, on Mozhayskoye highway, near one-story houses. At headquarters, volunteers learned that they were enrolled in the military unit 9903. This was a special unit at the headquarters of the Western Front, it was tasked to reconnoiter behind enemy lines, cut communication wires, set fire to houses where the Germans were stationed. The fascists drove many owners into sheds and summer kitchens.

Near Mozhayskoye highway, it was then the outskirts of Moscow, we were taught to shoot, throw grenades, put mines, crawl in a flaying manner. You know, when I first paid attention to Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya? We, the girls, becoming fighters, tried to imitate the guys - in their walk, in the manner of communication, they even began to smoke. But Zoe was different, at every step she had: "Excuse me, sorry!".

It felt the teacher's breed. Unwittingly, looking at her, I thought: how will she fight? It is too fragile, delicate. She had a gentle, inspired face.
Subsequently, in my opinion, not a single portrait conveyed the particular tenderness of her gaze. And Zoya surprised us. In the evenings in the red corner we turned on a gramophone and, beating our boots, danced merrily. There was a Russian dance, as well as tango and foxtrot sounds. Zoya did not go dancing. Somehow I entered her room. She wrote something in a notebook. “Zoe! Why are you separated from us? Do not go to the dance? ". Zoya looked at me with indignation: "How can you have fun and even dance at such a time?" To our houses came the cannonade. The war came close to Moscow. ”

Such was Zoe's character. The hardness of beliefs sometimes turned straightforward. Later we will find out how she was going to live. In the notebooks that her mother, Lyubov Timofeevna, was examining, remained extracts from the works of her favorite writers, who determined, judging by these short notes, her moral values, her spiritual appearance. “Everything should be fine in a person ...”, Zoya wrote down the words of A.P. Chekhov. “Man is great! It sounds proud! .. ", - the lines from the play by A.M. appear in notebooks. Gorky.

She dreamed of entering the Literary Institute. Become a writer. Bright ideals that shaped the character of a dreamy, romantic girl, she will have to defend at the cost of life.

“It is difficult to explain and understand now - how we felt when we learned that we were to go on a mission,” said A.F. Voronin. - We were sincerely glad that they trusted us to contribute their own - albeit a small contribution to the defense of Moscow. The biggest punishment for us was the removal from a combat mission. That was our youth. It's impossible to believe in your death in 18 years. ”

Veterans remembered how Zoe returned from her first assignment. Together with a group of fighters, she put anti-tank mines on the Volokolamsk highway. In this direction, the German went to Moscow. Tanks. The cold came. Chalk snowstorm. Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya returned from a job with a cold. She was in a fever. I tied my ear with a scarf. But she went for the commander of our unit, Arthur Sprogis, and asked him not to remove him from combat work. Along with everyone, she went to training every day. Zoe was really getting better. She was examined by doctors of the detachment. There was no more temperature. Zoe was getting ready to go on a combat mission again. But what did her sensitive soul feel at that moment? On the last page of her notebook, she wrote the lines from Shakespeare: "Farewell, goodbye and remember me." This notebook, which remained under the pillow, was found after its death.

The last time Zoe, along with a group of fighters, left the base of the 19 squad of November 1941 of the year. It was a clear, sunny day. Zoya was lively, smiling. She remembered this as her fellow soldiers. She had 10 days left to live ... In the evening twilight, two groups — a total of 20 people — crossed the shaky bridge across the Nara River. Experienced scouts led them through the front line. What role was assigned to this small group extending beyond the front line? In just a few days, a counteroffensive by our troops will begin near Moscow. And every message about the location of enemy combat units was especially important now. The soldiers carried with them grenades and incendiary bottles. They were given the task of burning houses where communications centers were located or clusters of enemy soldiers were seen. The fighters walked through the woods knee-deep or even waist-deep in the snow. They cut communication wires, watched the roads along which the enemy tanks and infantry moved.

“Zoe was a sensitive person,” said K.A. Miloradov. - Once her kindness touched me to tears. It was my turn to go on reconnaissance - I crawled to the highway. Lying in the snow, frozen, of course. When she returned to her people, Zoe raked the coals of the fire, they were still hot, covered them with needles and said: “Sit here, it's warmer here. Warmed for me a mug of water. When we wanted to drink, we tore off the icicles from the branches, sucked the snow ”.

The group commanders were inexperienced. And although the fighters seemed to be secretly making their way in a dense forest, they ran into an ambush near the village of Golovkino.
Fighters who walked in a single file, came to the clearing. As it turned out, here the Germans put up machine guns. There was a burst of machine guns. The fighters of both groups, in surprise, rushed in all directions. Near the commander Boris Krainov gathered just 12 people. He led them further into the forest. On the map that Krainov received before going on a mission, the village of Petrishchevo was also marked. 27 November 1941 three went to this village. These were the commander himself, Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya and the fighter Vasily Klubkov. They went to different parts of the village Petrishchevo. The commander outlined the gathering place. All three were to meet near the conspicuous tall pine, which made the notches.

Flames shot up above the village. This is Boris Krainov set fire to one of the houses, to which the wires stretched. He returned to the place of the appointed meeting and waited for the return of Zoya and Klubkov. At this time, Zoe saw one of the houses, behind the lighted windows of which German uniforms flashed. A barn adjoined the house, and Zoya approached him cautiously, hoping that a fire in the barn would spread to the house occupied by the Germans. She took out the incendiary bottle. But then her strong hands grabbed her by the shoulders. A man in a sheepskin coat called the Germans. As it turned out, she was detained by a peasant SA Sviridov. The Germans awarded him - pouring a glass of vodka.

Zoya was brought to the hut, and the interrogation began: “Where does she come from? Who was with her? Where are the others hiding? ” Zoya firmly answered all questions: “I don’t know! I will not say!". She hid her last name and first name. She said that her name is Tanya.

But the documents 1942 year. Employees of the Moscow city committee and the Komsomol regional committee arrived in Petrishchevo. They recorded residents' stories about the fate of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. "In the house gr. Sedova M.I. German patrols led a partisan with their hands tied around the hours of 7. During the search the room was still 15-20 Germans. They laughed at her all the time and shouted: “Partisan! Partizan! ”Then the Germans transferred her to the c. Voronina A.P. The officer began to ask the partisan in Russian: “Where are you from?”. She replied: "From Saratov." "Where are you going?". Answer: “To Kaluga”. "Who were you with?" Answer: "There were two of us, the Germans detained a friend in the forest."

She held herself courageously, proudly, answered questions sharply.
She was stripped, put on the bench and began to flog with rubber sticks. But she was still silent. “After spanking in 10 hours of the evening from home gr. Voronina, barefoot, with her hands tied, was led into a house in the bottom of her under the snow. Kulik V.A. The girl was put on the bench. Her lips were black, parched, her face was swollen, her forehead was broken. She asked to drink. Instead of water, one of the Germans brought a kerosene lamp under her chin. ”

But before climbing the scaffold, Zoe had to go through another shock. She was brought to the hut, where among the Germans was a fighter Vasily Klubkov, who came with her to Petrishchevo. Just under torture, Zoe refused to give her name. And here in front of her sat her comrade and, pleasingly looking into the eyes of a German officer, not only called her name, but also told about their military unit, where she was, and who had come to Petrishchevo.

This history Zoya’s fellow soldiers knew, but until the beginning of the 90s, Klubkov’s betrayal did not betray publicity. Obviously, the leaders of a special military unit did not want any shadow to fall on it.
Claudia Alexandrovna Miloradova told me: “This happened three months after Zoya’s death. One of our fighters, let's call him Peter, accidentally met Klubkova in Kuntsevo, near our partisan base. They talked, and Peter invited Klubkov to his home. They talked all night. Peter was amazed that Klubkov knew nothing about Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. Although Lidov’s essay on her exploit was published in many newspapers, they read it on the radio. Tangle was not interested in the fate of Zoe, although they went on a mission in the same village. His behavior seemed strange to his fellow soldier. The next day they went to their military unit 9903 together.

To the questions of the commander of the Tangle he gave confused answers, he could not explain where he was behind the front line. As a result, he was arrested. 60 years his testimony was kept under the heading "Secret."

Here is what Vasiliy Klubkov told: “Going to one of the houses, I took out a bottle of“ KV ”, but then I saw two Germans. Frightened and ran to the forest. The Germans caught up with me, knocked me down, took away weapon and duffle bag. I was led to some hut. A German officer pointed a gun at me and said that he would kill me if I did not tell the truth. I was scared and said that there were three of us in Petrishchevo. He named the names of commander Krainov and Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. The officer gave the command. And soon the soldiers led Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. Looking at me, she said she did not know me. But I, remembering the threat of the officer, called her name. The officer hit Zoya. But she replied: "Kill me, but I will not tell you anything." I never saw her again. ”

The officer said to me: “Now you will work in favor of German intelligence. You have changed your homeland and severe punishment awaits you there. And we will learn you and send to the rear of the Soviet troops. ” I agreed".

Tangle underwent short-term training in the German intelligence school. He was ordered to return to his military unit 9903 in the Kuntsevo district. Try to find out what new operations are being prepared here, go over the front line and report the German intelligence on the password ... The coils were arrested, convicted and shot in April 1942 of the year.

Zoya not only suffered torture, but also was betrayed by her fellow soldier. In vain this fact was hidden. The story of Zoe becomes even more tragic. And the character of the heroine, who, unbroken, went to the scaffold, acquires truly epic features.

Well-known sociologist S.G. Kara-Murza wrote about Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya: “The popular consciousness chose her and included the holy martyrs in the pantheon. And her image, separated from the real biography, began to serve as one of the pillars of the self-consciousness of our people. ”
Ahead was the whole war. Zoya was called the Russian Joan of Arc. She did not lead troops into battle. But her spiritual strength and dedication helped her gather strength, get up for a deadly attack on enemy fire, stay on the third shift in the dank shop, to launch more weapons for the front. Zoya was remembered both in tanks before the battle and at military airfields.

I remember how a lieutenant came to our Stalingrad basement, where women hid with us, children. His fighters, frozen and tired, slept side by side on a concrete floor. He sat down with us near an improvised lamp made from a sleeve, and took out a photograph of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya from his breast pocket. “We will avenge Zoya!” He said, stroking the picture with his hand. I did not know his name and the part in which he served. In that situation it was not customary to ask about it. One thing he said - they came from Don. I presented our endless, snow-covered steppes, where the wind knocked down. In my view, they were all heroes.

But the lieutenant recalled Zoe. I was struck by the expression of his face, and the intonation of his voice: “For some of us, she could have become a bride,” he said, without taking his palm off the picture.
Her bright spirit flew into our stuffy basement, whose walls shook with explosions.

... After the liberation of the village of Petrishchevo, Lyubov Timofeevna, the mother of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, along with her friend Klavdiya Miloradova and other brother-soldiers, as well as experts and workers of the Moscow Komsomol Committee, came to these places. They recorded the stories of residents who saw the execution of Zoe, remembered her last words. Going to the gallows, Zoe climbed onto the boxes. One of the residents hit her with a stick on the legs. The German soldier began to photograph Zoya. She shouted to the Germans: “Before it’s too late, surrender. You hang me now. But do not hang all! We are 170 million! Victory will be ours! Our comrades will avenge you for me! ” On the scaffold, she threatened the Germans. Zoya wanted to say something else, but the executioner knocked a box out from under her feet.

Zoe's name has become a symbol of perseverance. She was the first woman in the war years to become the Hero of the Soviet Union.
One of our fighters and officers, she was a bride by age, the other - a sister or daughter. Each house had its own military grief. But Zoya was remembered and revered by all. My uncle, a priest of a farm church in the Rostov region, remembered her in his prayers.

Peter Lidov wrote in his essay: “The feat of Tanya (as Zoya called herself) and everything related to him is a whole epic that has not yet been fully disclosed.” The journalist did not live up to the Victory. He died in a battle near Poltava. But his word "epic" in the sketch turned out to be prophetic. Name Kosmodemyanskoy called villages and streets, schools and ships, children's boarding houses and libraries.

The fate of Zoe, young, beautiful, romantic, martyred, was like a thunderbolt, which highlighted the whole bestial essence of fascism, its terrible features. Her bright image is a military banner that fluttered ahead of the regiments of the Red Army.
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  1. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 13 December 2015 05: 13 New
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    Many thanks to the author for this story.
    At heart, respect and reverence, admiration for the feat.
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 15 December 2015 22: 51 New
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      Well, you dressed at least human. Or a suit?
  2. yuriy55
    yuriy55 13 December 2015 06: 11 New
    +6
    Thanks to the author. Now this is more than relevant, because it makes you ask yourself:
    "What would you do in difficult times?"

    In our city, Vera Voloshina, a friend of Zoya Kosmodemyanskoy, was born ...

    She was known throughout the USSR. In all the parks of the country of the Soviets there was a sculpture "Girl with an Oar". Vera Voloshin became the model of the sculptor Ivan Shadr. At the beginning of the war, she died, she was executed in the same way as Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya.

    The girls knew each other, even went out together on the last task in their life. The tragic fate of Kosmodemyanskaya made a lot of noise. Voloshina's story was discovered only recently. Why? Historical investigation in the film "Girl with a Paddle".

    http://www.m24.ru/videos/12428
    1. Ivan Tartugai
      Ivan Tartugai 13 December 2015 16: 04 New
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      Someone put into circulation information that for a park sculpture “Girl with an oar”, a student of a gymnastics institute, V.D., allegedly posed. Voloshin, who liked the sculptor when he saw her in training sessions in the pool.
      Vera Voloshina was born in 1919.
      I. Shadr received an official order for sculpture for the park in 1934, while V. Voloshina was 15 years old, then she was still not a student at the university, she studied in the 8th grade. The sculpture was installed in 1935, V. Voloshina was 16 years old.
      By the beginning of the war V. Voloshina completed her studies in the third year of the institute, i.e. She entered the university in 1938, when the sculpture stood for three years. She could no longer be a model.
      Friends and acquaintances of I. Shadra recall that he began working on the sculpture even earlier, before the official order in 1934. He was interested in antique subjects, at that moment of his work, at that period of his life.
  3. Walking
    Walking 13 December 2015 06: 58 New
    +5
    And today's boys and girls could do so, I would like to believe in modern youth.
    1. gladcu2
      gladcu2 14 December 2015 19: 03 New
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      Walking

      It is necessary to believe because distrust destroys.

      Self-awareness is moral. Morality includes a much broader concept. Kara-Murza did not finish and in vain.

      For morality is a key starting point that forms and characterizes society.

      Changing morality, you can kill a country society, people.

      Social engineering methods are very vile but highly effective.
  4. AX
    AX 13 December 2015 07: 47 New
    +5
    Just keep quiet ...
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 13 December 2015 09: 54 New
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    Her bright image is a military banner that fluttered in front of the regiments of the Red Army.... Exactly .. And like this light image for the past, for almost 20 years they have been trying to defame, to throw mud ... The bright memory of Zoe ...
  6. Ivan Tartugai
    Ivan Tartugai 13 December 2015 10: 03 New
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    During the war and after the war, special services of the USSR searched for participants in interrogations, torture and execution of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. In particular, the division commander Ehrenfried-Oskar Boege was captured, whose soldiers and officers mocked, tortured and killed Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya.
    Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge was tried and sentenced to 25 years in prison. However, after the assassination of Stalin IV, then Beria LP and the execution of Kobulov A, the Khrushchev authorities revised the sentence and released General Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge in October 1955, probably for good behavior.
    Ehrenfried-Oskar Boege (Ehrenfried-Oskar Boege) began the war with the Soviet Union on the first day of the war from June 22, 1941, Colonel, regiment commander, and ended May 9, 1945 with an infantry general army commander. For successes and exploits in the war against the USSR, he was promoted from colonel to infantry general (army general level), and also received the highest reich awards, in particular the German cross in gold, the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, the Knight's Cross Oak leaves and other awards.
    He fought against the Soviet Union from bell to bell. And he should have been sitting from bell to bell, but for Khrushchev, for the Prosecutor General of the USSR Rudenko, the Minister of Defense of the USSR, Marshal of the Soviet Union, three times Hero of the Soviet Union (at that time), gentleman of the two orders "VICTORY", a candidate for membership in the Presidium (Politburo ) The Central Committee of the CPSU, a member of the RCP (b) -VKP (b) -KPSS since 1919, Zhukov, for the chairman of the KGB of the USSR Serov Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge was almost a colleague. And they were preoccupied with his state of health and decided not to further strain the general by serving his term, they let him go home. Thanks to their almost comradely care, the war criminal general of the infantry, cavalier of all the crosses of the Reich Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge did not even serve half a term and left for his homeland, in Vaterland. He died with his family and friends in 1965, at the age of 76.
    1. bistrov.
      bistrov. 13 December 2015 10: 57 New
      +2
      Quote: Ivan Tartugay
      CCC Minister of Defense

      Well, hardly anybody consulted with Zhukov about BEHE. Surely he didn’t even know that he was sitting in the USSR.
      1. Ivan Tartugai
        Ivan Tartugai 13 December 2015 14: 32 New
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        Without Zhukov, Khrushchev would have sat in the chair of the first secretary of the Central Committee of Ukraine.
        Zhukov pulled Khrushchev into the secretary general and without his consent, Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge, one of the killers of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, a German general would not have been released at such a high level. He fought in the USSR from the first day of the war until the last, fought with both the Soviet army and the Soviet people. He shed a lot of blood and many tears. He, Ehrenfried-Oscar Böge should have died in the camp. But thanks to Khrushchev, Rudenko, Zhukov, Serov left retaliation, they saved him. And they did it not out of stupidity, since neither Khrushchev, nor Rudenko, nor Zhukov, nor Serov are fools.
    2. rexby63
      rexby63 13 December 2015 15: 45 New
      +4
      So, in my opinion, the entire 332 regiment received a "black mark", no?
      1. Ivan Tartugai
        Ivan Tartugai 13 December 2015 17: 48 New
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        The regiment may have received a “black mark”, but the regiment commander, war criminal, the killer of Zoe Kosmodemyanskoy, Lt. Col. Ludwig Ruederer also escaped punishment, as did the division commander Ehrenfried-Oskar Boege. Rüderer was not captured, was not convicted, especially did not hide, attended veteran events. He died in 1960 in his homeland in Vaterland, in the arms of his relatives and friends at the age of 66.
    3. Scraptor
      Scraptor 15 December 2015 22: 53 New
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      And the two women who were burnt at home (and with the children in the cold) were shot nobly, instead of giving time.
  7. Yukon
    Yukon 13 December 2015 10: 06 New
    +1
    I wonder if they condemned the peasant who captured him and handed over to Zoya to the Germans?
    1. gladcu2
      gladcu2 14 December 2015 19: 07 New
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      Yukon

      Do not dig.

      Zoe had an order. Orders are not discussed.
  8. bistrov.
    bistrov. 13 December 2015 10: 51 New
    +1
    I was in those places in the 70s of the last century. In the village of Petrishchevo, on the site of the death of Zoe Kosmodemyanskaya, then there was a small bronze bust.
  9. alexej123
    alexej123 13 December 2015 14: 12 New
    +3
    One of the residents hit Zoya with a stick in the legs. This fact was not given in the Soviet school. Yeah Did you even find her?
    1. BARKHAN
      BARKHAN 13 December 2015 16: 38 New
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      They found both, were tried, sentenced, shot ...

      February 3, 1942 Praskovya Yakovlevna Kulik not all told the commission. She hid a terrible detail: the captured partisan was tortured not only by the Germans, but also by the Russians - residents of the village of Petrishchevo, one of whom burned the house the day before. P.Ya. Kulik, apparently, regretted her fellow villagers. However, later what happened still became known to representatives of the Soviet government. The military tribunal of the NKVD troops of the Moscow district opened a criminal case. The investigation lasted several months.
      May 12, 1942 the accused Smirnova A.The. testified in court:

      “The day after the fire, I was at my burnt house, citizen Solina came up to me and said:“ Come, I'll show you who burned you. ”After these words she said, we went together to the house of Petrushina. Entering the house, we saw Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya, partisan guarded by German soldiers, and Solina and I began to scold her, except for swearing at Kosmodemyanskaya, I swung my mitten twice, and Solina hit her with her hand. Petrushina did not allow us to mock the partisan, who kicked us out of her house.

      On the second day after the partisan set fire to houses, including mine, in which German officers and soldiers were housed, their horses stood in the yards, which burned down in the fire, the Germans installed a gallows on the street, drove the entire population to the gallows of the village of Petrishchevo, where they came and I. Not confining myself to the bullying that I carried out in Petrushina's house, when the Germans brought the partisan to the gallows, I took a wooden stick, went up to the partisan and, in front of all those who were present, hit the partisan's legs. It was at that moment when the partisan was standing under the gallows, what I said at the same time, I do not remember "[27].

      May 24, 1942, after Smirnova herself admitted her deed, P.Ya. Kulik finally decided to disclose to the investigation the details of that terrible morning:
      “Around the end of November or the beginning of December 1941, at about 10 pm, German soldiers brought a beaten Russian young girl to my house. As it turned out later, it was Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. She spent the night in my house, guarded by German soldiers. The next morning, Smirnova Agrafena and Solina Fedosya came to my house, and as soon as they entered, they began to scold and insult in every possible way the exhausted Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya lying near the stove, approaching her to hit her. I did not let them approach Zoya and began to drive them out of the house Smirnova A. before leaving the house took the cast iron standing on the floor with slops and threw it into Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya. After a while even more people came to my house, with whom Solina and Smirnova came a second time. Through the crowd of people Solina FV. and Smirnova A. made their way to Zoya Ko-modemyanskaya, and then Smirnova A. began to beat her, insulting her with all sorts of bad words. Solina FV, being with Smirnova, waved her hands and shouted angrily: "Hit! Hit her!" osco while smashing with all sorts of bad words the partisan Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya lying near the stove "[28].

      June 17, 1942 A.V. Smirnova, and September 4, 1942 F.V. Solina was sentenced to capital punishment. The information about their beating of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya was kept secret for a long time.
      1. Pushkar
        Pushkar 13 December 2015 23: 34 New
        +3
        Quote: Barkhan

        June 17, 1942 A.V. Smirnova, and September 4, 1942 F.V. Solina was sentenced to capital punishment. Information about the beating by them of Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya was kept secret for a long time. [/ B]
        Dogs canine death.
        1. alexej123
          alexej123 14 December 2015 08: 59 New
          +1
          And I feel sorry for them. It’s a pity in the sense that they didn’t have the strength of mind that Zoe had, it’s a pity that they had their personal things in the forefront of the concept of the Homeland, a pity for their relatives who lived and realized what they had done.
      2. alexej123
        alexej123 15 December 2015 08: 51 New
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        Thanks for the reply.
      3. The comment was deleted.
    2. gladcu2
      gladcu2 14 December 2015 19: 17 New
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      alexey123

      This resident defended her property. Just like that peasant. To justify or not justify their actions is the topic of another conversation.

      Zoe K. was ordered to burn the village. The expediency of the order is again a matter of a separate conversation. But the article said the inexperience of the commanders.

      Orders are not discussed.

      The article discusses perseverance and faith in one’s people. About self-sacrifice in the name of the future of their country.

      This is not pathetic, just no other words can be found. Modern morality makes fun of such a situation. This article is necessary for the correction of self-awareness.
      1. alexej123
        alexej123 15 December 2015 08: 48 New
        +2
        Yes, you again. I have already answered you both for the concept of Motherland and for something else. For those "who are in an armored train" (a joke, please do not be offended), I will answer you with the words of General Ivashov. A smart guy and says smart things in simple words, I advise you to listen. Do you know what is the difference between the inhabitants of the West, well, you, including Russians (not by ethnicity) - the gene code of the West, according to a new "trend", "mainstream" or God knows how the BENEFIT is. The genocode of Russians is Conscience. In the commentary, you proved it perfectly. “Protected property,” and Zoya defended HOMELAND. That is why "the Russians have always beaten the Prussians." The West can only shit, big or small. He cannot win a priori. Because he immediately calculates what he will lose and what he will gain. Ordinary traders.
  10. python2a
    python2a 13 December 2015 14: 36 New
    +3
    Good essay!
  11. sir
    sir 13 December 2015 16: 43 New
    -6
    The fate of Zoe, young, beautiful, romantic, martyred, was like a thunderbolt, which highlighted the whole bestial essence of fascism, its terrible features. Her bright image is a military banner that fluttered ahead of the regiments of the Red Army.
    Author Lyudmila Ovchinnikova

    explain to me what the people have to do with fascism? as far as I remember, he handed it over to a Komsomolets. and the Nazis simply destroyed the enemies. So maybe the whole thing is about those Komsomol members who were at that time. He wouldn’t be a freak and Zoya would live
    1. Pushkar
      Pushkar 13 December 2015 23: 37 New
      +2
      Quote: sir


      explain to me what the people have to do with fascism? as far as I remember, he handed it over to a Komsomolets. and the Nazis simply destroyed the enemies. So maybe the whole thing is about those Komsomol members who were at that time. He wouldn’t be a freak and Zoya would live
      Yes, yes, the Nazis were white and fluffy and if it weren’t for that bastard (let his name be damned and forgotten!), They would not touch anyone with a finger. So?
  12. Atigay
    Atigay 13 December 2015 23: 19 New
    +5
    Probably not so often now there will be such stories. Time is running out, the story is covered in patina. Most of us, Soviet people, will always keep the images of people like Zoya as the ideal of love for the Motherland. But there are, and many of those who do not like it. Take a look around: and among your friends and relatives there are them. Their ideal is their own, personal well-being. It is they who will betray you as they did to Zoe. What to do with them?
  13. Balbesoid
    Balbesoid 14 December 2015 02: 00 New
    -1
    Quote: Pushkar
    Quote: sir


    explain to me what the people have to do with fascism? as far as I remember, he handed it over to a Komsomolets. and the Nazis simply destroyed the enemies. So maybe the whole thing is about those Komsomol members who were at that time. He wouldn’t be a freak and Zoya would live
    Yes, yes, the Nazis were white and fluffy and if it weren’t for that bastard (let his name be damned and forgotten!), They would not touch anyone with a finger. So?

    Don't worry, buddy! This is just the opinion of one "highly developed personality" about another the same. Forgive the Ministry of Education - they are now raising everyone as "individuals". Neither steal nor guard, but already a person. There is no one in the team - only "personalities" around request
  14. Pretoreanec
    Pretoreanec 14 December 2015 02: 19 New
    -4
    Deja vu some ...
    If not for the lyrical digression in the article about the damned 90s and hated democrats,
    then I would think that I’m reading a brochure on extracurricular reading of Brezhnev’s times ...
    By the way, how many years old is the author, if she remembers how dad cried in 1941?
    Wasn't she writing this extra-curricular reading in the seventies for an hour?)))
    Nothing personal: about the Kosmodemyanskaya silence, but the author seemed to be stuck in the middle of the last century ...
  15. Pretoreanec
    Pretoreanec 14 December 2015 20: 31 New
    0
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Deja vu some ...
    If not for the lyrical digression in the article about the damned 90s and hated democrats,
    then I would think that I’m reading a brochure on extracurricular reading of Brezhnev’s times ...
    By the way, how many years old is the author, if she remembers how dad cried in 1941?
    Wasn't she writing this extra-curricular reading in the seventies for an hour?)))
    Nothing personal: about the Kosmodemyanskaya silence, but the author seemed to be stuck in the middle of the last century ...


    Betting minuses also suffer deja vu ?!)))
    Or amnesia?
    Stupid Oktyabryatsky stars forgot?)
    Or the pioneer rulers from which I wanted to escape?)
    Or maybe a meeting of the school (or some other) Komsomol committee at which I simply wanted to laugh together?
    Well, I won’t ask about the party guys: those who reached this level of the quest are already polished shots, you can’t smear them with a brain over their hair ...)
    Question: Does it scratch anything from life experience? (Which of the fervently minusers he has)
  16. Pretoreanec
    Pretoreanec 14 December 2015 21: 09 New
    -2
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Deja vu some ...
    If not for the lyrical digression in the article about the damned 90s and hated democrats,
    then I would think that I’m reading a brochure on extracurricular reading of Brezhnev’s times ...
    By the way, how many years old is the author, if she remembers how dad cried in 1941?
    Wasn't she writing this extra-curricular reading in the seventies for an hour?)))
    Nothing personal: about the Kosmodemyanskaya silence, but the author seemed to be stuck in the middle of the last century ...


    Betting minuses also suffer deja vu ?!)))
    Or amnesia?
    Stupid Oktyabryatsky stars forgot?)
    Or the pioneer rulers from which I wanted to escape?)
    Or maybe a meeting of the school (or some other) Komsomol committee at which I simply wanted to laugh together?
    Well, I won’t ask about the party guys: those who reached this level of the quest are already polished shots, you can’t smear them with a brain over their hair ...)
    Question: Does it scratch anything from life experience? (Which of the fervently minusers he has)


    Stop procrastinating fairy tales from collections of not very smart / successful authors,
    Think not about tanks and airplanes, but about what you will do when the movement starts in the country)))
    1. Pretoreanec
      Pretoreanec 15 December 2015 01: 50 New
      0
      Do not be a herd: think about yourself and loved ones, the future is closer than it seems!)
  17. 24rus
    24rus 15 December 2015 04: 58 New
    -1
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Quote: Pretoreanec
    Deja vu some ...
    If not for the lyrical digression in the article about the damned 90s and hated democrats,
    then I would think that I’m reading a brochure on extracurricular reading of Brezhnev’s times ...
    By the way, how many years old is the author, if she remembers how dad cried in 1941?
    Wasn't she writing this extra-curricular reading in the seventies for an hour?)))
    Nothing personal: about the Kosmodemyanskaya silence, but the author seemed to be stuck in the middle of the last century ...


    Betting minuses also suffer deja vu ?!)))
    Or amnesia?
    Stupid Oktyabryatsky stars forgot?)
    Or the pioneer rulers from which I wanted to escape?)
    Or maybe a meeting of the school (or some other) Komsomol committee at which I simply wanted to laugh together?
    Well, I won’t ask about the party guys: those who reached this level of the quest are already polished shots, you can’t smear them with a brain over their hair ...)
    Question: Does it scratch anything from life experience? (Which of the fervently minusers he has)


    Stop procrastinating fairy tales from collections of not very smart / successful authors,
    Think not about tanks and airplanes, but about what you will do when the movement starts in the country)))
  18. 24rus
    24rus 15 December 2015 05: 02 New
    +1
    It's sad that if the "movement" starts like Pretoreanec, they will only think about themselves.