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For the name of Lenin

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2 February The 1943 of the year ended the Battle of Stalingrad, and our troops went with a liberation march through Russia. Opened a terrible picture of atrocities and crimes against civilians. The Georgian tragedy took place on three Don farms, which the Germans decided to destroy, revenging for the fact that on December 23 of 1942, they lost several of their soldiers in battle with a small group of Soviet intelligence officers.


For the name of Lenin

The next day, the Nazis announced that they would shoot 10 civilians for every killed person. People were shot for three days. Total killed 284 resident. By killing civilians, the Germans no longer considered them.

“The terrible tragedy was experienced in December 1942 by the Georgians farm. Taking advantage of the usual fact of wartime killing two German soldiers during an exchange of fire with our intelligence, the invaders sent a punitive expedition to the farm. The fascists drove the inhabitants of the farms of Markin, Nagorny, Gruzinova into one farm (Gruzinov) and began a massacre, ”wrote a few days after the liberation of Morozov district, Don writer, journalist V.S. Molozhavenko in one of his articles. At the beginning of the forty-third, the whole country learned about the Georgian tragedy, after reading the article by the well-known publicist of the war years Ilya Ehrenburg: "... Noble fury boiled like a wave."

Gruzinov farm is located in the Morozovsky district of the Rostov region, just on the way to Stalingrad.

Today, for several days, we remember the 284 people who were shot by fascist German gangsters, and tell them to our children. To remember. To protect the world on earth.

The team of teachers and students of the Georgian school, before the start of classes, always holds mourning lines of memory on these tragic days. Schoolchildren are holding a piece of paper with the names and surnames of 284 who were shot by fellow villagers in those days. In the school museum - a guard of honor.

The fascists shot over two hundred civilians, in whose memory a memorial was erected in the farm. Every year, descendants of innocently affected farmers come here to honor their memory with a minute of silence.

The shooting took three days: 26, 27 and 28 December. Men of twelve and older were separated and retracted to abandoned wells. In the eyes of children, wives and mothers, the Nazis forced them to lie down one by one in a pit. The executioner, a non-commissioned officer, twice shot at each man. Then the next victim was put side by side - and again two shots. When a full row was recruited from the dead, a row was made from a machine gun in a row.

Like an enraged gang, fascist fiends rushed about the farmsteads. They broke into houses and exterminated entire families.

In the farm Gruzinova killed 38-year-old kolkhoznitsa F.N. Burkina and her children: a half year old Nyushu, a five-year-old Marusya, a seven-year-old Tay.

In the village of Nagorny, the family of 65-year-old Illya Vasilyevich Balakhtin was shot: wife (64 years), daughter Olya (14 years); Volodya’s son (11 years) and five evacuated women who were staying with them. Killing Volodya, the executioners declared that he was being destroyed because he bears the name of Lenin.

Fiends killed by AS Pozdnyakova and his grandchildren, Komsomol members, 75-year-old husband
M.T. Markina, a deaf old man, and her 95-year-old blind sister Tatiana. This woman was bedridden, but the Nazis did not stop.

After all, there is practically no such family in Gruzinovo, which would not have been touched by those terrible events.



A native of the Gruzinova farm, 80-year-old Valentina Kirillovna Semikina, comes annually from Morozovsk to go to the places of death of innocently executed countrymen and worship their dust. She remembered that she was not 11 years, when the raid began. The fascists rushed to the farm in rage, bursting into each house and exterminating entire families.

At first, the inhabitants of the Markin's farm were driven to the place of execution;

“The Germans kicked us out of the basement and, together with the others, escorted us to a pit in which the bodies of the killed farmers were already piled up. At that moment, when Olga Arsentevna Kapchunova’s mother was standing with four children on the edge of a pit, one of the Germans gave the order to stop the shooting, and they miraculously survived. But we lost the Balakhtin family from the farm of Nagorny, our close relatives. There were eight of them. All killed in those days. Their house and cattle were burned to the ground.

Primary school teacher of lyceum №1 V.I. Varypaleva, born in the Nagorny farm, said that her uncle, Mikhail Martynovich Prudnikov, the mother’s brother, a Komsomol member, is on the list of 284 residents who were shot. He was 15 years old at the time of the tragedy.

Together with his grandmother, mother and younger 12-year-old brother Leon, Michael hid in the basement, leaving his room only occasionally. However, the Nazis still found a family. They expected the same fate as the rest.

Valentina Ivanovna’s mom asked the women, standing in the same line with the children, to surround the youngest Leon, dressed as a woman, in order not to be noticed. The elder, who was in the other line of men and old men, could not be hidden. As a result, Mikhail was shot in front of his mother and grandmother.

Leon survived.

According to the stories of the surviving mother, the terrible picture of the shooting was attempted to be recreated by the native of the Gruzinova farm present here, who now lives in the city of Morozovsk L.V. Afanasyevskaya (nee Kryzhko):

- Standing by the pit, people heard that men would be the first to shoot. Someone in the crowd said that among women - 14-year-old boy. One of the fascists heard these words, led Anatoly Gladchenko out of the column and in the presence of his mother Vera Savelyevna Gladchenko (my grandmother) and her sister (my mother), coolly shot a teenager. Grandma rushed after him. Seeing this, the fascist shot her too. Mom is not touched.

Komsomolets Ivan Ivankov, coming up to the pit, shouted:

- Shoot, you bastards! They will avenge us! All of you will die of retribution of the Russian people!

- All of you die, you bastards! - shouted and Nikolai Balakhtin.

- All the same, our come! - Mikhail Kapchunov shouted.

Later, these words, like a spell, were transmitted to each other by the surviving Georgians.

Not for the first year, the residents of Morozovsk, T.I. Matseyko with his son Konstantin.

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Tamara Ionovna was also born in Gruzinova. She told about the tragic fate of her family:

- My father Ion Sidorovich Gladchenko, called up in 1941, went through the whole war: he fought with a radio operator near Rostov-on-Don, participated in the battles for Kharkov, was captured, reached Berlin. For a long time letters did not come from him. He returned home only in 1946. Grandpa Sidor Yakovlevich Gladchenko was 89 years old when he was shot. He well rolled felt boots and taught this son Jonah. Having learned about his skills, the fascists ordered him to make several pairs. To refuse them was like death. The grandfather made as many felt boots as he was ordered, and a few days later he was also shot dead by lyutrovich German soldiers in front of his grandmother Alyona, who, after what she saw, lost her mind. Grandmother Alain and mother Praskovya Gavrilovna, who were standing in the queue, did not have time to kill, as our scouts-liberators approached. Our women immediately ran home, harnessed a cow, put their and other farm children in a sledge, as much as they could fit, and went to Morozovsk, to their relatives. One of the relatives went on foot after them. But as soon as she went out to the hamlet, to the mound, she saw an old icon of the Mother of God on the road, and decided to return home. The Lord saved her, she survived. A train with children somehow got to the city of Morozovsk. They settled down with a relative in the upper room and immediately fell asleep. Only grandmother (my mom's mother) could not sleep a wink. Indeed, in the next room there were junk Germans with machine guns. The trouble went near. Fortunately, by the morning of the Nazis in the house was gone.

Our saved us from execution

Several years ago, Valentina Kirillovna Semikina, a native of the Gruzinova farm, now living in the town of Morozovsk, decided to perpetuate the memory of her relatives, including many civilians who were victims of fascism, and soldiers who laid down their heads on the battlefields of the fatal forties. Looking at the photographs of different years that had turned yellow from time, one day she unwittingly caught herself thinking that it would be good to ennoble each one: some enlarged, a frame for the originals or their photocopies and placed in the house as a pedigree tree. Having counted six generations in the family according to the photos available, Valentina Kirillovna easily distributed the photos from the family archive in chronological order - from the year to the present. The solid part of her hard work has already been done. Successfully made photocopies (today their 1907) within the framework is becoming more and more.

All in all, Balakhtin senior had four children.

With difficulty restraining tears, Valentina Kirillovna recalls about her country childhood, scorched by war. Looking at the pictures with native faces, she seems to be reading a book of the past on them. Father Kirill Prokofievich Kapchunov, returning from the civil war, worked on the collective farm as farm manager, and mother Olga Arsentievna (nee Balakhtin) worked without a backbone in field farming, as evidenced by the medal "For Valiant Labor."

In the 1941 year, like most men of the Gruzinova farm, Kirill Prokofyevich went to the front. The order bearer Kirill Prokofyevich went through the whole war. On the front of the service did not cease to remind the sick, cold feet in the wartime. It is no coincidence that until the end of his days his father wore felt boots. The front-line soldiers were his brothers, Egor, missing, and Daniel. While her husband fought, his wife tried hard to feed her five children. Valentina was her assistant in all matters, both at home and in the field, often replacing her mother at work in the steppe, especially during harvesting. More than once Olga Arsentevna said, turning to Vale: "Daughter, God sent you to me."

But only God knows how much strength in fact was taken away by this exhausting physical work from a weak-looking but strong spirit of a teenage girl.

The terrible tragedy was experienced by the Balakhtin family in December 1942, during the occupation. The victims of the mass execution were the innocently killed 14-year-old sister of Olga Arsentevna Uliana, 11-year-old brother Vladimir and 17-year-old son Vasily. Their photos are also stored today in the archive of Valentina Kirillovna.

Valentina Kirillovna has not yet turned 11 years, when the Nazis began a raid, suddenly burst into the farm Georgians:

“The Germans kicked us out of the basement and, together with the others, escorted us to a pit in which the bodies of the killed farmers already lay. At that moment, when mother Olga Arsentevna Kapchunova was standing with four children on the edge of the pit, our partisans suddenly appeared here and stopped the shooting. We miraculously survived. It was not easy for people in the first post-war years.



Pupils who attended school in 1946-47, as described by Valentina Kirillovna, wore what they had to do: overcoats, sweatshirts and even German coats and boots not in size, rejoicing in the fact that they could go to classes. This is clearly seen in the photo from December 27 1946 of the year with the depiction of fifth-grade students of the seven-year Gruzinovsky school, including V.K. Semikin. The fate of Olga Arsentevna’s brothers — the front-line soldiers of Ivan, Prokofy, and Vasily Balakhtin — was not easy. According to their niece, Valentina Kirillovna, mother’s elder brother, Uncle Van, born in 1909, is known to have served in the army from July 1941 to May 1942, was a gunner in the 105 Cavalry Regiment. Before the end of the war, Private Balakhtin was in a concentration camp. In his native Morozovsk, after his release from captivity, he returned to an emaciated, depressed, silent man. Ivan Arsentievich did not like very much when relatives asked him questions about the past.

Preserved in the album VK. Semikina and photos of mom's middle brother, Uncle Proshi, who was called to the front right at the beginning of the war. According to the stories of a fellow villager with whom he fought in Ukraine, Prosha was surrounded by driving a “lorry” that exploded from an enemy projectile that hit her. Relatives still do not know anything about PA Balakhtine.

Lieutenant Vasily Balakhtin met the victory in Germany, where he continued to serve after the war. This is evidenced by the postcard sent by him from Germany (14 August 1946 of the year) with a view of the historic castle, where uncle Vasya loved to go on excursions along with brother-soldiers.

The first husband of Valentina Kirillovna, a native of the Volgograd region, artilleryman Nikolai Vasilyevich Pankratov smelled gunpowder in the war. But with special excitement she recalls the spouse about the battle path of her second husband, the Battle of Kursk, Fedor Grigorievich Semikin. In 1942, when the fascist invaders invaded the territory of Morozov district, four guys, including Fyodor Semikin, decided to flee from Morozovsk to the front line. They managed to get to the city of Kalach-on-Don, Volgograd region. Unfortunately, during the crossing of one of the guys caught the enemy bullet. The other three, among them 17-year-old Fedor Semikin, arrived safely in the Chelyabinsk region, from where in December 1942 and were called up to the Red Army.

In the summer of 1943, Fedor Grigorievich participated in a crucial battle at the Oryol-Kursk Bulge, where he showed unparalleled heroism, bravery and courage. Such honors as the Order of the Patriotic War of the First Degree, the Order of the Red Star, the Zhukov Medal, the Medal "For the Victory over Germany" speak about his merits before the Motherland, courage and fortitude.

However, the soldier, who was constantly eager to fight, did not have to fight for long. September 15 1944, the commander of the mortar crew of the 415 Infantry Regiment Sergeant F.G. Semikin received a severe splinter wound to the foot, and on the same day in the evacuation hospital No. XXUMX, his right leg was amputated. After the treatment, Fedor Grigorievich returned home to Morozovsk. The invalid came from the war soon and his elder brother Vasily. Every year, the widow of the war veteran V.K. Semikina visits the places of death of his countrymen, who were innocently shot during the days of the Georgian tragedy, as well as the burial places of relatives and friends, reflecting the attack of the enemy hordes, not forgetting to bow low to their dust and leave fresh flowers.

Stay alive

Ivan stood in the back row. To a huge snowdrift, charted under the barn, it was within reach. The guy squatted on his heels, and when the Germans got distracted, he quickly climbed under the barn, raking his tracks with snow. Fortunately, the blizzard was played serious. My heart was pounding: suddenly they would find it, they would shoot it on the spot!

Thoughts were confused in the head, the body was frozen, the soul ached. How not to fall into the hands of the Germans? How to quickly calm down the mother - Anisia Pavlovna, who probably shed tears for her eldest son? She already could not find a place for herself, because her husband, Nikolai Kuzmich, was taken to the front at the very beginning of the war, and she alone had to raise five children. Vanya was the only maternal support and hope.

So he survived and saw the captured Germans and Romanians.



Christmas in the New, 1943, year Ivan Basenko met with his mother, brothers and sisters. In the spring I got a tractor and worked with full efficiency in spring sowing. And in May, a summons from the recruiting office, and the Soviet Army received a new young soldier, ready to fight the Nazis to the last breath. Artilleryman Ivan Basenko began his front-line career in Saratov, after which he participated in the battles for Ukraine, liberated Ditch But, Shepetovka and Lviv. In the battles for Poland showed his knowledge and received the post of gunsmith. On the battlefield, he simultaneously served six artillery guns and managed to help the neighboring battery. Already after the war, Ivan Basenko told that he especially remembers how they covered the crossing of our troops through the Vistula.

Soviet artillery did not allow the fascist planes to bomb the bridge, and the Germans decided to open the locks. It was a real nightmare: people, horses, guns and ammunition were instantly flooded with icy water. Only a few managed to get out of the flood. All those who survived were seriously and for a long time sick ... Another vivid memory of the front-line soldier who was awarded the Order of the Great Patriotic War, medals "For Military Merit", "For Victory over Germany" and many others - a meeting with Marshal Konev. Ivan Stepanovich was respected for his warm, truly fatherly attitude to the soldiers, and he was not called a commander otherwise. Meeting with the young front-line soldiers, the marshal thanked them for their courage and selflessness, for the steadfastness of the spirit and the desire to win. In March forty-fourth, I again had to cover the crossing. This time through the Oder, much closer to Berlin. Then there were the destruction of the Breslav group, the Great Victory, two years of service on the Romanian border, and finally the long-awaited demobilization.

At home, Ivan Nikolaevich Basenko arrived only in the spring of forty-seven, breathed in the smell of the earth awakening from hibernation, hugged the aged mother, the hungry, but most importantly, the living brothers and sisters, read the funeral for his father and realized that he would never leave his family again and small homeland! Here he built a house for himself and his wife, a young elementary school teacher, Claudia Mikhailovna, with whom they lived for almost sixty years and raised two daughters, Lydia and Tatiana. They always come to worship the monument to their countrymen.

Miraculously survived

Peter Antipovich Markin miraculously survived. He said that on the way to the place of execution for some reason one of the German soldiers carefully examined several times, maybe the boy reminded him of someone, and therefore the German sent the gun to the bushes and gestured the boy to run. Peter survived. But his many friends, with whom they played on the streets of the village, were brutally shot, along with their relatives, about three wells, where they drove people to be shot. But some were killed right on the road. And when parts of the Soviet army entered the liberated farms, a terrible picture of the execution of civilians appeared.

The most amazing thing is that after a time, when the German prisoners were silently standing and watching, through their farm that survived the terrible tragedy, the German prisoners were silent. They experienced their grief with dignity.



In 1957, a monument to the Victims of German Fascism was erected in Gruzinov Farm, where the following words were carved: "Good people, remember: we loved life, our country and you, dear ones. We died at the hands of the fascist executioner."

And there, where the soldiers-liberators died, monuments were also erected.

Brigadier Commissioner S.Shatilov. EXISTING ARMY. (By telegraph):

“The right bank of the Don. A little time has passed since the fascist hordes broke in, but rivers of the blood of innocent people have already been shed, dozens of cities and villages have been burned and destroyed. The flames of fires, without ceasing, rage in the flowering Pridonsky steppes. For over three days, the village of Shvyrevo, set on fire by the Germans for no reason, was ablaze. When one house was burning down, the Nazis immediately lit another, and so, house by house, they burned the whole village.

In the village of Khvoshchevatka the Germans staged a drunken orgy. All night they dragged young women and girls out of their homes and, in the light of the conflagration, raped them with whole gangs. The next morning, at the end of a terrible night, they shot the first inhabitants of the village who came to hand by 60. Having captured another settlement, the Germans, first of all, committed a monstrous massacre of wounded Red Army soldiers and local citizens who were in the hospital. The monsters dragged helpless people from their beds, threw them into the basement, and then, after pouring on kerosene, they burned everyone alive. After our troops drove the Germans out of this point, the fighters found charred corpses in the basement above 500 ...

Citizens Ivan Fyodorovich and Praskovya Ilyinichna Vlasov, who fled from a city occupied by the Germans, say:

- Pogroms do not stop day and night. Drunk Germans rush into apartments, rob, rape and kill people for nothing. On the first day after the arrival of the Germans, we were robbed completely. The Germans searched the chests and took everything to the thread, even our little granddaughter's underwear ...

This is a typical picture for all the villages and cities in the basin of the Don, temporarily occupied by the Germans. In one city, Hitler's officers, in order not to bother to rob about trifles, ordered that the entire population leave the city for the next two days to evacuate, taking with them all the products, clothing and valuables. For non-compliance with this order, shot on the spot. When the inhabitants with the things went out of the city, they took everything away from them and drove them back with butts. In the village of Kaverin, the Germans robbed differently. Here the population was asked to leave the village, and taking anything with them was strictly forbidden. When the village was empty, the Germans, one by one, cleared all the houses, and what could not be taken away, furniture, for example, was destroyed.

Hungarians, Romanians, Italians, driven to the Don, are not inferior to the Nazis in cruelty and greed. The 3 platoon of the 5 company of the Hungarian infantry regiment 38 regiment Joseph Fabry, captured, showed during the interrogation: “In my eyes, three senior Russian men dressed in civilian clothes were beaten to death by officers at the order. Then they were dragged into a field and shot. These men were only guilty, that they, as the officer said, disrespectfully treated him. ”

In the village of First Sentry Hungarians killed over thirty women and children to intimidate the population. In the villages of Verkhnye Ozerki, Protasovo, Gremyachye and other Hungarian soldiers took away all the bread, clothing and household items from the residents. The Hungarians hijacked the villagers of Tychyna and Selyavnoe where it was unknown, and looted all things and property.

Hitler's gangsters set out to destroy the Soviet people. A letter was found in the murdered German soldier, a certain Hans, in which his friend Dreyer writes: “The main thing is to beat all the Russians without mercy, so that this swine people would rather end.” The facts of the last days, which took place in the regions of the Don that were temporarily captured by the Germans, show the devilish sequence in which the Nazis carry out their cannibalistic program.

Several Germans, having broken into the village of Vasilyevka, demanded from the collective farmer Tatyana Kuleshova milk. Kuleshov could not do this simply because she did not have a cow. Then the Germans, laughing, set fire to Kuleshov's hut, took the woman in their arms and, after swinging, threw themselves into the fire. Kolkhoznitsa burned alive under the guffaw and hoot of Hitler's bastards. In the village of Podgornoye, after robbing the population, the Germans after wild humiliation shot the collective farmer Konarov Zakhar Dmitrievich 45 years, Danilin Mikhail Panteleevich 19 years and Danilin Sergey Panteleevich 16 years. In the village of Pisarevka, German pilots barbarously shot women and children riding on 15 carts. On the First May collective farm, a German officer, settling down for the night in the house of the collective farmer Sitnik, shot the owner of the house, his wife and child. In another settlement, Evdokia Kazakova, the mother of three children, refused to give the last loaf of bread to things. Snatching the bread out of Kazakova’s hands, the fascist monsters beat a defenseless woman half to death, and then in front of her eyes they smashed all three guys with head butts.

The immense suffering of our brothers and sisters who had fallen under the fascist yoke, further inflamed in the hearts of the defenders of the Don a sacred hatred of the enemy. Now, more than ever, every fighter understands that every step we take back brings death and torment to new hundreds of Soviet people. Now, more than ever, every fighter with all the forces of his soul seeks revenge on the Nazis for their evil deeds. Soon already two months, not giving more to the mercy of the enemy a single piece of land in the Voronezh region, our fighters every day stubbornly and mercilessly grind the Nazi regiments and divisions. But this is only the beginning of our calculation with the fascists for the blood and suffering of the Soviet people tortured by them. The German invaders must be destroyed to the last; the fascist beast must not have life on Soviet soil. "
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  1. Mangel olys
    Mangel olys 3 February 2016 06: 31 New
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    2 February 1943 year ended the battle of Stalingrad, and our troops went on a march of liberation across Russia.

    Something is wrong, it hurts the ear. Probably an author from a young generation. In general, the article is NECESSARY, so that they remember and do not forget about the grief, suffering and exploit of the Soviet people.
    1. Aleksander
      Aleksander 3 February 2016 08: 32 New
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      Quote: Mangel Alys
      2 February 1943 year ended the battle of Stalingrad, and our troops went on a march of liberation across Russia.

      Is there something wrong, cuts the ear. Probably an author from a young generation. In general, the article is NECESSARY, so that they remember and do not forget about the grief, suffering and exploit of the Soviet people.


      Normal person word RUSSIA cannot cut the rumor, especially since the Russian city of Stalingrad was and is located exactly in RUSSIA
      1. Homo
        Homo 3 February 2016 09: 37 New
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        Quote: Aleksander
        To a normal person, the word RUSSIA cannot cut the rumor, especially since the Russian city of Stalingrad was and is located exactly in RUSSIA

        Many problems begin with term substitution. First the terms, then the meaning, then the correction of history, etc. Doesn't it hurt your ears - is the hero city of St. Petersburg? Or St. Petersburg the center of the Leningrad region? For example, I was born in the Kaluga region, but I will never say that I was born in Russia. Or in the RSFSR or in the USSR! There is no need to bury history, otherwise "great ykpy" as an example!
        1. Aleksander
          Aleksander 3 February 2016 10: 59 New
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          Quote: Homo
          Many problems begin with a substitution of terms. First terms, then meaning, then editing history, etc.

          Russia is not a term, but the name of a country that existed as part of the USSR, as well as before and after it. Only for some reason they liberated "the lands of Soviet Ukraine", "the territory of Belarus", "the territory of the Soviet Baltic states", and has anyone heard the liberation of "the territory of Soviet Russia"? And the Russian people fought for Russia:

          According to Russian customs
          Only conflagration
          On Russian soil
          Scattering behind
          In front of our eyes
          Comrades are dying
          In Russian shirt
          Jerking on his chest.

          Bullets with you are still being pampered.
          But, three times believing that life is all over,
          I was still proud for the sweetest,
          For the bitter land where I was born,

          Зand the fact that I was bequeathed to die on it,
          That the Russian mother gave birth to us,
          What, in the fight to see us off, a Russian woman
          I hugged three times in Russian.

          1941

          And the country turned to the Russian traditions of defending the Fatherland and Russian heroes in the most difficult days of 41. AND defended precisely Russia-then it was in the form of the Soviet Union, as it used to defend the same Russia in 1812, 1854, 1914, etc.
          1. Homo
            Homo 3 February 2016 15: 07 New
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            How much pathos! And on the topic, something to say?
            Quote: Aleksander
            Russia is not a term, but the name of a country that existed both within the USSR and before and after.

            Russia is a term, man is a term, any word is a term.
            And the state of Russia (officially) has never been! Russia, Russian Empire, RSFSR, USSR. The Russian Federation or Russia - has just appeared. And in the Great Patriotic War, not Russia but the USSR participated! soldier
            1. Aleksander
              Aleksander 3 February 2016 20: 32 New
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              How much pathos! And on the topic, something to say?

              Forgot a topic? The topic is simple_dear Polina mentioned the name of the country-RUSSIA being freed under Stalingrad. And mention named RUSSIA caused wild hatred of Homo and other marimans and other anonymous people. Hate the name of the country in which you live is beyond ...
              Quote: Homo
              Russia is a term, man is a term, any word is a term.


              Termin (from lat. Terminus - limit, border) - a word or phrase, which is the name of some concept of any area of ​​science, technology, art. The terms are specialized, restrictive. designations characteristic of this sphere of objects, phenomena, their properties and relations.
              Therefore, Russia, once again, is NOT THE TERM, but the name, the name of the country.
              Quote: Homo
              And the state of Russia (officially) has never been!

              This is generally beyond, what a wild hatred for his country! And who defeated dozens of wars with dozens of invaders? Monument "Millennium of RUSSIA" is it to whom and about whom?
              Quote: Homo
              And in The Great Patriotic War was not Russia and the USSR!
              belay
              fool This is a goofy ..ts! ... fool lol
              Even Simonov did not help, and this is already hopeless ...
        2. Villon
          Villon 3 February 2016 12: 18 New
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          If you say that you were born in the RSFSR, then this means that you were born in Russia. No need to bury the story. The USSR is the heir to the Russian Empire. And the RSFSR Russia.
      2. Mareman Vasilich
        Mareman Vasilich 3 February 2016 12: 25 New
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        Do not lie, Stalingrad is a Soviet city. Russia at that time was called the Soviet Union, and the Soviet people won.
        1. Aleksander
          Aleksander 3 February 2016 13: 49 New
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          Quote: Mareman Vasilich
          Do not lie, Stalingrad is a Soviet city. Russia at that time was called the Soviet Union, and the Soviet people won.

          Do not lie. Tsaritsynu-525 years (he is Stalingrad during 25 years, he is Volgograd, during 55 years) -and this Russian city - was, is and will be - at any time. Russia won, which in "that time was called the Soviet Union(C) "and its multinational people.
          1. Mareman Vasilich
            Mareman Vasilich 3 February 2016 15: 07 New
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            I repeat once again, the victory over Nazi Germany was won by the USSR, which was inhabited by Soviet people. This does not mean that the USSR is not Russia. For the enemy and the "allies", we both were Russia and remained. But in this context, Russia was at the peak of its power in its entire history and was called the USSR. Tsaritsyn is a Russian city (Russian), Stalingrad is a Soviet city (Russian), Volgograd is a Soviet city, a Russian city (Russian). The Soviet Union was inhabited by a multinational people, the Soviet people.
            1. Villon
              Villon 3 February 2016 19: 16 New
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              Quote: Mareman Vasilich
              The Soviet Union was inhabited by a multinational people, the Soviet people.

              The people in the Russian Empire were also multinational.
              1. shasherin.pavel
                shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 30 New
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                Quote: Villon

                The people in the Russian Empire were also multinational.

                And which republics were part of the Russian Empire? After all, the king was: Grand Duke of Finland, Tsarevich of Poland, General Governor of White and Little Russia, and so on ..
            2. Aleksander
              Aleksander 3 February 2016 20: 04 New
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              Quote: Mareman Vasilich
              The Soviet Union was inhabited by a multinational people, the Soviet people.

              ONCE AGAIN-: won in 1945 THE SAME MOST PEOPLE and in the same compositionwho won over 10 centuries in dozens of wars- In World War II, 1812, 1877, 1853, 1830, 1914, 1755, 1711, 1612, 1647, etc. And he was clearly called not Soviet. It was called and is called RUSSIAN, RUSSIAN, RUSSIAN. This people again and now lives, builds, fights, studies and prepares for new challenges, as always, over the course of 1000 years.
              1. Jmbg
                Jmbg 3 February 2016 22: 34 New
                +2
                Let me add - and Russia liberated us.
          2. Homo
            Homo 3 February 2016 15: 13 New
            +1
            Quote: Aleksander
            Do not lie. Tsaritsyn is 525 years old (he is Stalingrad for 25 years, he is Volgograd for 55 years), and this is a Russian city - it was, is and will be - at any time. Russia, which at that time was called the Soviet Union (S), and its multinational people won.

            Nonsense. Verbiage. Distortion of history. Alexander Nevsky - Russian, Peter the Great - built Leningrad? fool
            1. Aleksander
              Aleksander 3 February 2016 20: 45 New
              0
              Quote: Homo
              Nonsense. Verbiage. Distortion of history. Alexander Nevsky - Russian, Peter the Great - built Leningrad?

              belay laughing fool
              1. shasherin.pavel
                shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 32 New
                -1
                Quote: Aleksander

                Self-portraits, as many of you.
          3. shasherin.pavel
            shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 26 New
            -2
            Quote: Aleksander
            Won
            The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic as part of the entire Soviet Union.
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        3. Villon
          Villon 3 February 2016 19: 25 New
          +1
          Quote: Mareman Vasilich
          Russia at that time was called the Soviet Union, and the Soviet people won.

          It is true that the Soviet people won. But behind them stood the centuries-old history of Russia. Stalin knew that. He talked about it.
        4. shasherin.pavel
          shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 23 New
          -1
          The Battle of Stalingrad took place in the USSR, Volgograd in Russia. If we are talking about the history of the "Battle of Stalingrad", then we are writing about the USSR. There is no Stalingrad on the modern map of Russia !!! If we talk about the Civil War, then we will talk about Tsaritsyn. And then everything will fall into place and there will be nothing to argue about. And then, like Paganel, we will write a wonderful map of Australia and instead of New Zealand we will draw Japan.
    2. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 08: 51 New
      +3
      Quote: Mangel Olys
      Something is wrong, it hurts your hearing

      And the eye, after all, you need to understand which photos to add to the texts: the first photo is clearly not the Battle of Stalingrad, even Marshal Vasilevsky saw shoulder straps on his shoulders, only after all the battles at Stalingrad and then in Moscow, and then only learned about the introduction of shoulder straps and a new treatment " Comrade officer. " And in the photo all the soldiers are in uniform, most likely the photo refers to the winter of 43-44. But I noticed the phrase: "In 1943, Ivan Basenko met with his mother, brothers and sisters. In the spring he received a tractor." horses quotes. But this completely contradicts the Khrushchev story (I just want to write "history") about the war from Khrushchev's propaganda, when it was always argued that the peasantry was left to fend for themselves and it was forbidden to hand over tractors and wounded horses unfit for service to collective farmers. But any article about a real war, about its horrors and the feat of Soviet soldiers is very necessary.
    3. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 3 February 2016 10: 12 New
      +9
      These are the articles and facts about the atrocities of the Germans on our land, it is necessary to cite their "statements about thousands of German women raped by Soviet soldiers during the capture of Germany."
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      2. PHANTOM-AS
        PHANTOM-AS 3 February 2016 13: 36 New
        +1
        Quote: vladimirZ
        These are the articles and facts about the atrocities of the Germans on our land, it is necessary to cite their "statements about thousands of German women raped by Soviet soldiers during the capture of Germany."

        In general, I agree with you, but we must not forget that, for example, the Romanians committed atrocities in the south of the USSR, there were also Finns, who were also not distinguished by their "kindness" in the occupied territories, and there were many more European rabble. There were also Vlasov and Krasnov, were Baltic and Ukrainian SS divisions.
        The war was terrible, the war was for survival, but it was a war of ideologies, it was the Soviet Union that they wanted to destroy, namely the Soviet power.
        In 1941-45, WE defeated, and in 1985, the 91st defeated Us and who was the greater enemy, explicit Hitler or the hidden Gorbachev-Yeltsin is a big question.
        And in this sense, I would consider post-war history from the point of view of the continuation of the Second World War, only in the "cold" phase, and the Anglo-Saxons took the place of Hitler. Considering themselves victors, the imperialists reassigned the territories of Eastern Europe, the Baltic states, now the struggle for Ukraine, which, by the way, the Russian Federation is losing.
        But the struggle is not over yet, We must fix everything, otherwise all the victims in the Second World War will be in vain. soldier
        1. Homo
          Homo 3 February 2016 15: 16 New
          -5
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          but it was a war of ideologies, it was the Soviet Union that they wanted to destroy, namely the Soviet power.

          Nonsense! Always, everyone (Tatar-Mongols, German knights, Napoleonic troops, Nazi troops) wanted to destroy the Russians (nation, spirit).
          1. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 3 February 2016 15: 36 New
            +2
            Quote: Homo
            Nonsense! Always, everything (Tatar-Mongols, German knights, Napoleonic troops,

            In my statement there is nothing about the goal-setting of neither the Tatar-Mongol, nor the Tivtons, nor the Napoleonic troops.
            I just spoke out about the article.
            And it’s stupid to argue that during the Great Patriotic War the Nazis primarily destroyed the Communists, political workers and the civic party and Soviet activists and persons related to them. What the article says.
            And the second point, it is difficult to predict whether the victory would remain for us without a guide and a guide.
            And look to refresh your memory!
            1. Homo
              Homo 3 February 2016 19: 46 New
              0
              Quote: PHANTOM-AS
              And it’s stupid to argue that during the Great Patriotic War the Nazis primarily destroyed the Communists, political workers and the civic party and Soviet activists and persons related to them.


              USSR military losses in the war amounted to 8,6 million people, civilian losses - up to 28 million.
              As the saying goes No comment!
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          3. Villon
            Villon 3 February 2016 20: 27 New
            -1
            Quote: Homo
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            but it was a war of ideologies, it was the Soviet Union that they wanted to destroy, namely the Soviet power.

            Nonsense! Always, everyone (Tatar-Mongols, German knights, Napoleonic troops, Nazi troops) wanted to destroy the Russians (nation, spirit).

            And what do you think they wanted? (Excluding the Mongol Tatars, which seem to be a myth)
        2. Villon
          Villon 3 February 2016 20: 09 New
          +1
          Quote: PHANTOM-AS
          We must fix everything, otherwise all the victims in the Second World War will be in vain.

          They will never be in vain.
      3. shasherin.pavel
        shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 41 New
        -1
        If you respond to such statements:
        Quote: vladimirZ
        about the thousands raped by Soviet soldiers, Germans
        , it means to make excuses for what they did not do. Do not forget about Hitler's order that "any woman in Germany is obliged to serve the front-line soldiers, if no one in her family is at war and is not in the service ...". So rape is out of the question, as the Germans carried out Hitler's order: "served the front-line soldiers", and the Romans, having lost the war, heard: "Woe to the vanquished!" And in general: Germany exists only thanks to Stalin, who rejected the proposal of Churchill and Roosevelt about the complete destruction of Germany as a state and the distribution of its territory to the victors.
  2. veteran66
    veteran66 3 February 2016 06: 42 New
    17
    After that, they are still looking for some facts (or rather, invent) about the "atrocities" of Soviet soldiers in Germany? Cattle! This is more likely not even about those, but about the current ones.
    1. alex1966
      alex1966 3 February 2016 10: 30 New
      +5
      And after THIS, from me - the grandson of front-line soldiers and those who were in the occupied territories of the USSR, they expect sympathy for the "disasters" of the current Germans, "occupied"
      a brutal gang of Afro-Asians? Yes three times THEY all deserve it !!!
    2. alex1966
      alex1966 3 February 2016 10: 30 New
      0
      And after THIS, from me - the grandson of front-line soldiers and those who were in the occupied territories of the USSR, they expect sympathy for the "disasters" of the current Germans, "occupied"
      a brutal gang of Afro-Asians? Yes three times THEY all deserve it !!!
    3. Akuzenka
      Akuzenka 3 February 2016 13: 42 New
      -1
      They have always been, are and will be cattle. The Anglo-Saxon and Romanesque "civilizations" have never been different in their essence. If they come to us again, then I VERY expect that there will be no more of them in the world.
  3. Good cat
    Good cat 3 February 2016 07: 01 New
    +5
    All creatures are fascist, without nationalities.
    1. Gunxnumx
      Gunxnumx 3 February 2016 13: 18 New
      +1
      By the way, I heard more than once that Hungarians and Romanians were especially atrocious. I do not protect the Germans at the same time. There was also an article about a German who, either in Yugoslavia or in Greece, refused to shoot civilians and was shot along with them.
      Here, I found http://topwar.ru/32005-soldat-vermahta-ostavshiysya-chelovekom.html
      1. shasherin.pavel
        shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 21: 52 New
        0
        Quote: Gun70
        Hungarians and Romanians were especially atrocious

        In the battle for Voronezh, the front-line soldiers even had an unspoken motto: "Do not take Hungarians prisoner" in memory of this, the inhabitants of Voronezh stood against the creation of a cemetery for Hungarian soldiers for many decades. But politics won out. For such resistance, they apparently were not given the title of "Hero City" in Soviet times.
  4. My address
    My address 3 February 2016 07: 10 New
    10
    Dear Polina Efimova!

    Articles like yours are badly needed on the Military Review. We must not forget our history. We must not forget how the Victory was given to us. We must not forget what the "enlightened" Europeans, the ancestors of today's tolerasts, were doing here. Unfortunately, our foreign policy sees "partners" in the West and behaves extremely cautiously in ideological confrontation, everything is afraid to frighten off the improvement in relations. But the West has never been shy and does not hesitate to point out our sins from the creation of the world, imaginary and real. And the internal state policy of relations with the West, in the form of the media and history lessons in schools, is very much playing into the hands of the liberals.

    And now the advice - write articles three times shorter. For a number of reasons, a VO visitor poorly perceives long texts.

    All the best to you and your family.
    1. efimovaPE
      3 February 2016 16: 39 New
      +2
      Thank you for your recommendations. I will write less. Hugging you.
      1. veteran66
        veteran66 3 February 2016 19: 11 New
        +2
        Quote: efimovaPE
        I will write less.

        Don’t listen to stupid advice, Polina! Do not stoop to the level of local uriapatriots, who would just write their first comment to collect likes. Well, they don’t have the patience to read to the end ... Write what you think is necessary.
      2. Aleksander
        Aleksander 3 February 2016 21: 22 New
        +1
        Dear Pauline!
        I have been reading your articles for a long time — they are somewhat unusual, original, and interesting — specifically with their specificity and ordinary and real details. It can be seen that a lot of work has been done to find and tell the most interesting. Thank you and GOOD LUCK to you!.
        Write as you think is right.
      3. shasherin.pavel
        shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 22: 00 New
        0
        Write not less, but make short sentences. Better not to listen to bad advice. And be careful with photographs, otherwise in the Encyclopedia of the Great Patriotic War you can see photographs about the history of the defense of the Brest Fortress, and the artillerymen of the Red Army in uniform. You can even see the T-34 with the chassis from the KV and ISU-152 during the assault on Berlin with the chassis from the T-34. When transferring T-34 1941 tanks from the collective farmers to the front, the T-34 trunks look at the sky like anti-aircraft guns. Good luck in the future.
    2. opus
      opus 4 February 2016 02: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: My address
      For a number of reasons, the VO visitor does not perceive long texts well.

      good
      Alexander..
      will not make it difficult to voice "a number of reasons"?
      It’s just interesting for me to match yours and mine or not.
      ATP
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 3 February 2016 07: 35 New
    +5
    Did a descendant of the executioners put a minus to the article? .. "Good people, remember: we loved life, the Motherland and you, dear ones. We died at the hands of the fascist executioner" .... We remember ... we will not forget ... Thank you, Polina ..
    1. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 09: 02 New
      0
      Quote: parusnik
      Minus article set

      a modern liberal, for whom the very idea that all the peoples of the USSR participated in the Second World War is repugnant. He would only have "Russia is the winner". But history says that the Second World War united all peoples in the fight against Nazism, in contrast to modern realities. But wherever the veteran lives now, he is a pride for those who remember the feat of all the peoples of the USSR in the war.
  6. V.ic
    V.ic 3 February 2016 08: 05 New
    +5
    Here they are, "civilizers" ... Robberies, violence, executions of civilians. Europe, in a word.
    1. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 22: 07 New
      0
      Quote: V.ic
      Here they are, "civilizers"

      Does it surprise you? In World War I, the Germans in Denmark shot eight thousand men in one city, because someone cut the tires of a German scooter (cyclist).
  7. Pig
    Pig 3 February 2016 08: 10 New
    +2
    atrocities of the Nazis over the civilian population - one of the reasons that ours were in a hurry with the offensive and very often suffered great losses which could have been avoided in a different situation!
    This is exactly what formed the basis of the myths: "they filled up with corpses" and "Stalin's marshals - butchers" ...
    Do not forget the great feat of our ancestors!
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 3 February 2016 09: 12 New
      +1
      In a hurry with the onset of the desire to curry favor and make a gift to the leader on the anniversary.
      Nobody forgets the feat of ancestors.
      Only there must be respect for History.
      How do you explain the unprepared attacks on German defense in the spring of the 42nd. Myths about littered with corpses? Or an insufficient level of training of command personnel? Or would you like to drive the enemy into a civil avalanche of red cavalry and end the war in the 42nd?
      1. Mareman Vasilich
        Mareman Vasilich 3 February 2016 12: 27 New
        +3
        Well done, that’s how all young morons reason.
      2. Pig
        Pig 3 February 2016 20: 02 New
        -1
        "" unprepared strikes against the German defenses in the spring of 42. "
        and that in the spring of 42 the Nazis did not commit atrocities?
        Read Zhukov - it says why they were in a hurry ...
        I don’t understand that such an outstanding strategist like you does not need to read Zhukov there ... but still it’s worth including sometimes
    2. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 09: 21 New
      +3
      Heavy casualties apply to any army in the world in World War II. I remember in Soviet times there was a book "Foreign Correspondents on the Great Patriotic War." There is a phrase of an American journalist .. I will try to retell it from memory: We were shown a street in Stalingrad and said that there were battles here only for three days. The whole street was littered with the corpses of German soldiers. I imagined in my mind a square 10 * 10 meters and counted the troupes. Then he estimated the length and width of the street ... I got that there were about 10 German soldiers. "End of the quote. In three days, ten thousand soldiers were killed storming houses on the other side of the street. If German soldiers made up to five attacks a day (sometimes you can read about 000 attacks per day, but this is out of desperation), then this is 8 soldiers for each attack. Look at the photo of the grave where 200 dead lie ... since not everyone can present the numbers live. Statistics say that on one killed in battle accounts for three wounded, for three killed one - captured and one missing.Although the numbers may fluctuate from weather conditions at 280 degrees below zero, the number of injured is sharply reduced, freezing from blood loss.
      1. veteran66
        veteran66 3 February 2016 19: 08 New
        +1
        Quote: shasherin.pavel
        on three killed one - captured

        Where does this figure come from? If it is correct, then in the first year of the war there were 4 million of our prisoners. How many were killed then? And the missing? I do not like this term "filled up with ruins", but there are too many corpses ..
        1. shasherin.pavel
          shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 22: 23 New
          -1
          It was Goebbels who told you about 4 million prisoners ... No, considering that there was an order in the Wehrmacht, immediately after the encirclement of Kiev: "All men from 16 to 60 years old are considered prisoners of war and sent to concentration camps", then you could collect these 600 prisoners, only I to you! colonel? I strongly advise ... to study very carefully the map of the battle near Kiev in 000 and to calculate the number of armies by the numbers on the map that were surrounded and the numbers of the divisions that made up the restored front behind Kiev, which kept the Wehrmacht's advance further forward. I think that you are a colonel who does not know the history of the Second World War, you will be very surprised ... since most of the divisions reflecting the first attack on Kiev, then held back the attack after the fall of Kiev. Only this you yourself, with a pen and a pencil, write out and draw up a table of divisions killed and escaped from the encirclement and stopped the offensive. To begin with, I very much ask you to look on the Internet: the number of soldiers in the Red Army at the beginning of the War throughout the Soviet Union, and then you will understand that you personally have now sent 1941% of the entire personnel of the Red Army prisoner. With all the generals and everything.
  8. erased
    erased 3 February 2016 09: 00 New
    +2
    Well, they waited. Germany set cancer! The same subhuman that Hitler and the company did not take into account at all. People from the Middle East and Africa tear German heifers, beat the mugs of German peasants, and they only fart and sweat. Supernation in shit head over heels!
    It would be nice for Russia to always remember the past war and no longer run, sticking out its tongue, around the world, saving all sorts of garbage, which then bite the hand of the saviors. But if someone else dares to attack - destroy without exception! For there is no longer any hope for the enlightenment of the defeated enemy!
  9. Cap.Morgan
    Cap.Morgan 3 February 2016 09: 04 New
    -3
    Good article.
    As an example of creativity of the Sovinformburo.
    "Brigadier commissar ... by telegraph ...".
    At one time, such articles were published to raise the spirit and just indignation among the people. So that the soldier of the Red Army beat the enemy. Therefore, we won. They took revenge. "Kill the German." There were no other strong ideas. Not to talk about the brotherhood of all working people.

    Why not a word is said about the exploits of the army of the kingdom of Hungary. Here it would be used to read the Internet.

    Not a word about the collaborators. There were a million of them. Many people remembered them to our people. Especially Bandera. And the Baltic punishers.
    1. Mareman Vasilich
      Mareman Vasilich 3 February 2016 12: 32 New
      -1
      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      Not a word about the collaborators.


      And who is this, traitors?
    2. Villon
      Villon 3 February 2016 12: 36 New
      +2
      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      At one time, such articles were published to uplift the spirit of righteous indignation among the people.

      Rearrangement of accents. Articles were printed not to uplift, but to inform.

      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      They took revenge. "Kill the German." There were no other strong ideas.

      You want to say that the soldier who shot wanted to kill in order to take revenge, and that’s all, and that he was not guided by any other idea. How then won? Probably, one should read the letters of the soldiers home to understand if there was another idea. Or again, someone will say that the correspondence was censored.
      1. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 4 February 2016 00: 34 New
        +1
        Yes, correspondence was censored.
        What other idea is that?
    3. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 22: 38 New
      -1
      Quote: Cap.Morgan
      There were a million of them.

      Or maybe 927 003? Why a million, why not three? A million there a million here .. And let's write a million tanks? Three million planes? First, one historian wrote: what dispossessed 40 000 people, with the advent of Khrushchev, another historian wrote that dispossessed 40 000 families, even later someone seemed uninteresting to the number 40 000 people and he added Suvorovsky, added zero to the back and now 400N dispossessed families, and in a family from 000 to 4 people and here you have 6 2 500 people dispossessed. I repeat and even for the fourth time I will write: on Wikipedia on one page about the White Sea channel of 000 thousands of all involved in construction, civilian workers, architects, engineers and 125 400 who died during its construction. Rave! And here is a million! Why not ten?
      1. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 4 February 2016 00: 44 New
        +2
        Bandera 250 000
        Latvians 100
        Estonians 100
        Belarusian self-defense 70
        Lithuanians 50
        Russian police battalions 80 pieces - 40
        Vlasov Army - 60
        SS Cossack Corps, individual Cossack battalions, Kaminsky RONA brigade ...
        National legions (regiments) - Georgian, Armenian, Turkestan, Tatar ...
        PLUS HIVI ...
        Volunteers - drivers, translators, security guards, builders ...
        A million is a minimum. By the most divine estimates.
        Data exists in open press.


        And the question.
        Why did the White Sea Canal exist in the Soviet country?
        You built communism.
        That's because of this and there was so much on the other side.
  10. lame
    lame 3 February 2016 09: 26 New
    +2
    Probably the Banderaites and other fascists who were not finished in the 1945th minus material?
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 4 February 2016 00: 46 New
      +2
      Probably loyal followers of Mehlis and the like.
  11. South Ural
    South Ural 3 February 2016 12: 31 New
    +1
    These articles, photographs and chronicles should be shown on the central channel at the top time, and not eaten shows. How will young people know something, if the cinema is American, our films are completely empty and vulgar (at the same time, there’s a lot of money for TV shows on a bunch of channels ...)
  12. xoma58
    xoma58 3 February 2016 12: 32 New
    +2
    At that time, our country was led by the great humanist (without quotation marks) I.V. Stalin. Only he could keep the Soviet soldiers from fair vengeance to all these gayrope geeks. And it was necessary to give the soldiers free rein. There would not be this rotten geyropa now. So these descendants of the fascist and Nazi bastards should place monuments on every corner of the geyropa I.V. To Stalin. They live only thanks to him.
  13. Alex
    Alex 3 February 2016 15: 09 New
    +6
    Polina, thanks for the article. Repeating I.V. Stalin, "this thing will be abruptly" Faust "Goethe" (c).

    And here is what he paid attention to (who knows what, and to the teacher about the school): the children who are in what, in the broken house, but they are studying. But they didn’t put the holographic pictures in the toilets as the current ones, and the desire to know something is zero ... It's a shame ...
    1. shasherin.pavel
      shasherin.pavel 3 February 2016 22: 44 New
      0
      In those days, children also didn’t really want to study ... the street always beckons more than a school, but then to skip school, it could get parents out of the factory or factory, and if they do not understand, then deprive them of the prize. The state clearly understood that the new generation has no right to be illiterate either in the army or at the machine tool.
  14. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 3 February 2016 21: 10 New
    0
    Quote: Homo
    For example, I was born in the Kaluga region, but I will never say that I was born in Russia. Or in the RSFSR or in the USSR!

    Maybe I do not understand? then where were you born? For example, I was born in Leningrad and I know the history of my city perfectly. Personally, I call my city Peter {like everyone who was born here} in honor of the founder of the city. But in general, I am proud that I was born in the USSR hi
  15. gendir.grifon
    gendir.grifon 3 February 2016 22: 18 New
    -1
    These are the geyropeytsy, cultural and civilized. God forbid the repetition of such a tragedy, the Germans and other civilizers will behave the same.
  16. RomanS
    RomanS 3 February 2016 22: 32 New
    0
    Modern fascism is just a stone's throw away. And nothing has changed in Nazi ideology. And the historical truth about inhuman lawlessness is more relevant today than ever.
  17. 89067359490
    89067359490 5 February 2016 13: 06 New
    +2
    I would never go to fight for Lenin. I would live at that time I would shoot at my feet, I would run across the front but would not defend the Soviets. Only Russia!
  18. den-protector
    den-protector 29 November 2016 14: 35 New
    0
    These are the "civilized" Caucasians who dare us Russians to teach democracy and culture. All of them understand and respect only strength. History, unfortunately, does not teach them anything, but it has proved it more than once. And our authorities and pro-government media, along with patriotic rhetoric, create an image of civilized and cultured Europeans who are ready to invest in our economy and develop good-neighborly relations. This is still the world. And God forbid war, the same animals in human guise will come and begin to mock people.