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Crimea and Ranevskaya: one war for all

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Crimea and Ranevskaya: one war for all


I adore Ranevskaya for her sparkling humor, for her forged living position. But she was an unknown actress, when she was in the Crimea during the Civil War and asked the Bolsheviks for her colleagues to have at least a little food. Military people were, according to her impressions, the most grateful listeners.

In the newspaper playbills of that time it became traditional to give information of the following nature: "Entrance to the theater is allowed in the upper dress", and vice versa: "The theater is heated" (although the latter was extremely rare, closer to the end of the Civil War).

In the most difficult conditions of wartime, the intelligentsia of Russia not only continued to conduct creative work: put on performances, organize exhibitions, write scientific works, but actively engaged in social activities, trying to find a common language with any political power for the sake of saving Russia, without losing its face and not allowing you to manipulate your beliefs. Thus, in his appeal to all those who were not indifferent to the interests of art, Alexander Kudryashov addressed: “Plato’s beautiful words that the world will not be perfect until the kings philosophize or philosophers reign, remain the motto of many. Always sharing this point of view, I would like to offer everyone for whom the interests of art are dear, whether poetry or painting and music, join their forces in the Union of Art Lovers. ”

The civil war also passed through the Crimean peninsula: the Soviet Socialist Republic of Tavrida (January-April, 1918); the period of the German occupation (May-November 1918 of the year); military intervention of the Entente in the Crimea (November 1918 - April 1919 of the year); Crimean Soviet Socialist Republic (April-June 1919 of the year); the Denikin period (April-November 1920 of the year); Wrangell and his rout in the Battle of Perekop (April-November 1920).



Evidence of the outstanding heroism of those years is the local Crimean press, in which every now and then printed posters about free charity performances, concerts, holidays to the fund for the wounded, starving, orphans and other funds were printed. So, on the pages of the newspaper “Tavrichesky Golos” for 9 January 1920, it is said that in the Theater of the actor in Simferopol during the performance “The Dark Spot”, which was a great success, the beneficiary A.P. Volzhin appealed to the public with a request to make donations to fight the typhus epidemic, as a result of which the theater artists made a collection of donations from the public, which gave 6734 rubles 45 kopecks. The sum was transferred to the secretary of the brigade of the state guard I.K. Kravchenko to provide the governor.

The years of fratricidal Civil War brought death and destruction to Russia and in particular to the Crimea. But at the same time during this period there was a great spiritual, cultural and intellectual upsurge on the peninsula. One reason for this was the concentration in the Tauride province of all the power of the Russian scientific and creative intelligentsia. In fairness it should be noted that the first university in Crimea was opened on the peninsula in 1918. And in the same year, one of the performances, namely the play “The Power of Darkness” based on the play by L. Tolstoy, was given by the forces of the Drama Theater (formerly the Noble) troupe “in favor of the Simferopol National University”. Vladimir Vernadsky, Maximilian Voloshin, Anna Akhmatova, Konstantin Trenyov, Nikolai Samokish - these are the names included in our gold coin box stories, whose fates are closely connected with the Crimea during the period of revolutions and the Civil War.

Scary pages remained 1918-1921 peninsula in the fate of the great Russian actress Faina Ranevskaya. In Crimea, the future famous actress was long before the beginning of the Civil War, at a young age with her family. And, of course, it was the summer months of rest, when more or less wealthy families rushed to the pearl coast. The exception was not the family of Grisha Feldman from Taganrog (father of Faina Georgievna). So, in the summer of 1910 of the year, resting in Evpatoria, 15-year-old Fanny simply fell in love with Alisa Koonen, a young actress at the Moscow Art Theater, who was vacationing at the house of her relatives Andreevs then.

Even as a child, Faina Georgievna showed abilities for performing arts, now and then parodying someone, imitating someone, without knowing that it was the acting craft that would become her fate until the end of her days.

After unsuccessful trials and attempts to enter acting classes in Moscow, she happened to be in the Malakhovsky suburban theater in the Moscow region for the summer season, where she appeared on the stage in crowd scenes. But this happy time ended as quickly as the summer itself, and Faina Georgievna, after long ordeal, signed an agreement for 35 rubles a month “with her wardrobe” for the role of “heroine-coquette” with singing and dancing to the enterprise entrepreneur in Kerch. Here she managed to play only one season, since there were practically no fees: the theater at that time was always empty. At the closing of the theater was a play "Under the sun of the south." Faina played the high school student in this production. The performance came to see an entrepreneur from Theodosia Novozhilov joining her troupe in order to select the actors she liked, and as a result, “having sold her entire wardrobe,” she moved from Kerch to Feodosia. But here, too, failure awaited her. At the end of the theatrical season Novozhilov fled from Feodosia, without paying a penny to the actors. Due to the prevailing circumstances, Faina Georgievna was forced to leave the sunny, but this time inhospitable peninsula and move to Kislovodsk. So ended the first, but not the last actor page in the Crimea for the actress.



The October Revolution and the great changes found Ranevskaya in Rostov. But that moment she managed to meet and make friends with a woman who became for her one of the closest few friends, or rather, the closest person - actress Paul Wolfe.

"Red Crimea" - the most terrible memory of Faina. That is why she did not leave us the book of her life, ruthlessly breaking her into small pieces overnight. But many fateful moments connect the actress with the Crimea.

The fact that in the Crimea she took the stage name Ranevskaya is not widely known.



In 1920, Faina Georgievna played on the stage of the First Soviet Theater (now the Crimean Academic Russian Drama Theater named after M. Gorky). Director PA Rudin as a sign of gratitude for the cooperation and creative tandem aspiring actress presented the book, signing it like this: “Faina Ranevskaya”. Arguing over why the actress took with her stage pseudonym the name of the Chekhovian heroine from “The Cherry Orchard”, in which she so often played on the Crimean stage in Simferopol, and in Yevpatoria, and in Kerch, you understand that this is not accidental: Faina Georgievna, and Lyubov Andreevna united such traits as enthusiasm, emotionality, helplessness.

Faina Georgievna in her Crimean period was a beginning, obscure actress, as evidenced by the absence in the posters of the Crimean periodical press of that time at least some mention of her as an acting actress on the staff of the theater troupe. However, the Yalta Evening newspaper for 15 September 1920 of the year in the poster about the opening of the winter season speaks about the first tour of the troupe of actress Pavla Wulf, with whom Ranevskaya performed.

The first scenic steps Ranevskaya not always been successful. So, after one of the biggest setbacks on the Crimean stage, she vowed to herself that she would not take the stage anymore. She told how she nearly failed her first theater season in Crimea, when, during the play's action, she had to say that her legs were easier to fluff, and she caught the set, which fell on her partner's head and made the audience laugh. After that, she told herself that she would never come on stage again.
But her life went on, and the ineradicable desire to get back on the scene again prevailed, overcoming the fear of doing something wrong.

Subsequently, she in her memoirs will describe another curious incident that occurred to her in the Crimea. Together with her partners she performed at the children's party and had a lot of fun for the children when she caught her wig on the nail, the wig flew off and floated on the water. Faina began to laugh terribly, she laughed even behind the curtain, where her angry partners dragged her off. For this offense she was punished: an order appeared on the notice board signed by the chairman of the local committee. And Faina read in it that she was reprimanded and warned. And again, after that, she did not want to go on stage.

A civil war raged around, which lasted for four years in Crimea: “18, 19, 20, 21 year - Crimea - famine, typhoid, cholera, power changes, terror: played in Simferopol, Evpatoria, Sevastopol, in winter the theater does not heat , on the way to the theater on the street, swollen, dying, dead, dead horse in the middle of the street, stench. ” Or read the lines: “I went to the theater, trying not to step on those who died of starvation. They lived in the monastery cell, the monastery itself was empty, extinct from typhus, from hunger, from cholera. Now there is no one alive with whom then in the Crimea they suffered from hunger, cold, with a smoker. ”



And yet it must be said that Ranevskaya recalls the Crimea of ​​the twenties as one of the most special periods of her life, “a terrible and unique beautiful time”. She emphasized the positive emotions of the military public, a warm welcome after each performance. The case when, after another light vaudeville, the “formidable mustache commissar” came backstage, and asked to play “something from the classics”, remained in her memory. A few days later, the Simferopol troupe set up the Seagull.

“It is not difficult to imagine,” the actress recalled, “what kind of performance it was for the quality of performance, but I didn’t know such a quiet hall before, and after the end, the hall shouted“ Hurray! ” In those moments it seemed to me that I touched the story with my heart. ”

After the performance, behind the curtains, the artists again thanked the Commissioner: "Comrades artists, our division commander, in a sign of gratitude to you and with an appeal to continue your holy deed, ordered me to issue a Red Army ration." Subsequently, the great actress will call this unforgettable event "the final dedication to the Soviet theater," and work on the stage will be a holy deed for the whole of her creative life. "

Crimea, in addition to the most severe living conditions, presented the Ranev meeting and acquaintance with extraordinary people, already known at that time, talented people, but most importantly, sympathetic, highly moral, intelligent. On the pages of her diary, the actress remembers Maximilian Voloshin with warmth and tenderness, who did not let her and Pavel Wulf die in the Crimea from hunger during the period of military communism: “All these days she remembered Max Voloshin with his wonderful childish and some kind of apologetic smile. In the morning he appeared with a backpack on his back. In the backpack there were little fish wrapped in a newspaper, called a cashier, and there was bread, if that mess could be called bread. There was also a bottle of castor oil, hardly obtained by him in the pharmacy. Fish fried in castorca. It made such a terrible smell that I, losing consciousness from hunger, still ran from these castor fish into a neighboring yard. I remember how he was upset by this. And I was looking for new opportunities to feed me. ”

In the Crimea scorched by war, Ranevskaya met with the composer A.A. Spendiarov. It was in Feodosia, where the composer came in the hope of giving concerts and earning at least some money. Faina Georgievna helped Spendiarov to organize one concert, in which only three people were sitting in the auditorium: Ranevskaya. Her student Paul Wolfe. Ranevskaya recalled that after the concert the maestro said: “I am happy! What was the first violin, how he played well! ”Faina Georgievna, because of her youth, was very surprised at such an assessment, because as a result the concert did not bring the expected fees. And in order to somehow help the composer in this situation, the actress appealed to the commissioner, who ordered to give him a lot of flour and cereals.

With warmth and tenderness Ranevskaya remembers acquaintance and friendship with K.A. Trenev, who once brought his first play to Pavle Wulf, at that time playing in the local theater of the city of Simferopol. Faina Georgievna noticed that the playwright was very embarrassed, often apologized and called his play “a sinner”. In my long life I don’t remember that I treated any of the contemporary playwrights as gently and gratefully as I did Trenov, ”wrote Ranevskaya in her diary.

All these terrible years of hunger and needs in the Crimea, Ranevskaya lived in the family of Pavel Wulf, who, being an accomplished actress at that time, shared her table with her budding colleague, friend and close friend, despite the fact that Pavla herself Leontievna in her arms was young daughter Irina.

The Crimean period of life ended for Ranevskaya and Wulf in 1923. They went to Kazan for the winter period of 1923-1924. The famine was over by that time, the NEP began, but still the actresses, as wandering pilgrims, set off on the road in search of a better life.
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  1. Sars
    Sars 11 July 2016 07: 14
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    With all due respect to Ranevskaya, she did not score a Russian actress.
    Why are you embarrassed to say that she was a great Jewish actress?

    The whole Russian intelligentsia was killed by the Bolsheviks to the described events of the ball, the survivors fled to Europe-America, or eked out a miserable existence.
    1. dvina71
      dvina71 11 July 2016 07: 27
      +15
      Quote: SarS
      The Russian intelligentsia was killed by the Bolsheviks to the described events of the ball, the survivors fled to Europe-America, or eked out a miserable existence.

      YES, what are you doing? .. I learn so much new on this resource ..
      Come on .. burn napalm .. last names .. appearances ..?
      And RAnevskaya, as part of Russian culture (and it is undoubtedly its part), is precisely the Russian actress.
      1. Sars
        Sars 11 July 2016 07: 34
        0
        Something in Israel, all the composers are considered Jewish, and in Russia for some reason Russian.
        What turnout passwords do you need?
        1. Lex.
          Lex. 11 July 2016 08: 53
          +9
          Something in Israel, all the composers are considered Jewish, and in Russia for some reason Russian.
          What turnout passwords do you need?
          In Israel, Ranevskaya is considered Russian as all Russian-speaking Jews in Israel are considered only who was born in Israel
        2. Professor
          Professor 11 July 2016 09: 08
          +12
          Yes, even Japanese. Great she and that's it.

          PS
          Note to you. Alexander Uvarov is considered one of the greatest Israeli athletes in Israel. And no one arises that he is Russian (except for one with an inferiority complex).
    2. inkass_98
      inkass_98 11 July 2016 07: 48
      +26
      She was a Russian actress. Jewish by nationality, but a Russian actress. The same Russian actors are Gaft, Etush, Bystritskaya, the Russian singer Kobzon, the great announcer Levitan. And his namesake was a great Russian artist. And Landau was a great Russian physicist.
      Russia is a multinational country, and Russian is not the one who speaks Russian, but who feels Russian, accepts and develops Russian culture, science, industry.
      As proof from the contrary - our brothers in vna. Russian speakers and with Russian surnames, but absolutely Russophobic-minded. Calling them Russian does not dare.
      1. Riv
        Riv 11 July 2016 08: 16
        +16
        If you open the barn with honesty, then Ranevskaya was a Soviet actress, and Landau was a Soviet scientist.
        1. Mother CheeseEarth
          Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 10: 44
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          Quote: Riv
          and Landau, to Soviet scientists.

          Are you sure about Landau that every cell of his ingenious organism simply organically hated Bolshevism ?!
          If so, then you are grossly mistaken, people like him consider themselves to be world scientists, and not some kind of, God forgive me, "Soviet".
          1. kugelblitz
            kugelblitz 11 July 2016 12: 17
            +4
            Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
            that every cell of his ingenious organism simply organically hated Bolshevism


            Inappropriateness in all its glory, "to pay and kayatstsa unworthy stink before the luminary of democracy"! lol

            Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
            people like him consider themselves world scientists



            It raced! Hello ?! Something reminds about world in terms of Gagarin’s flight, but how it comes to their achievementsso superiority Anglo-Saxon genius is right there! wassat
            1. Mother CheeseEarth
              Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 12: 57
              -9
              Quote: kugelblitz
              kugelblitz

              That is, you refuse to recognize the fact that both Landau, and Sakharov, and our other brilliant compatriots were mainly dissidents who hated the Bolshevik occupation?
              Then be prepared that the position of the ostrich is a very dangerous position in life, its consequences we especially sharply observed in the 41st, in the 91st.
              1. kugelblitz
                kugelblitz 11 July 2016 15: 08
                +5
                Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
                our brilliant compatriots were mostly dissidents

                I have such people disappear at exactly the moment when they begin to spoil their country, exploiting their merits.
                1. Mother CheeseEarth
                  Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 17: 09
                  -4
                  Quote: kugelblitz
                  I have to such people disappears at exactly that moment

                  What are you writing now?
                  What does your moment disappear in Rivne (Ukraine, right?) Is there such a glue?
                  Or what? I do not understand. request
    3. busido
      busido 11 July 2016 08: 41
      +9
      What are you talking about? Jews, Dagis, Czechs. We live in Russia. We are calm and in the mouth of all sneezes. I have a grandmother, was Jewish by stepfather. And what? Hurt me? No. I am Russian. But I know Russian, which can’t give a hand either. We Russians should stick together. And, not Ukrainians to portray.
    4. Lex.
      Lex. 11 July 2016 08: 51
      +6
      SarS -And Admiral Nakhimov has Jewish roots who do you think?
      The Bolsheviks saved Russia, if not the Bolsheviks would have divided Russia
      1. Mother CheeseEarth
        Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 10: 48
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        Quote: Lex.
        if not for the Bolsheviks would divide Russia

        If not for the Bolsheviks, then there was no Civil War.
        And you, as no one should know this, as well as the fact that in the USSR in the 30s and 40s (especially strongly in the 30s, when Dzhugashvili sagged under Hitler, winning his sympathy) "Jewish cleansing" took place.
        1. Lex.
          Lex. 11 July 2016 11: 37
          +5
          Once again, not the Bolsheviks threw off the tsar, but the General Staff and the civil war
          1. Mother CheeseEarth
            Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 12: 06
            -8
            Quote: Lex.
            Once again, not the Bolsheviks threw off the tsar, but the General Staff and the civil war

            The young man, the tsar "renounced" when Ulyanov, along with other accomplices in political and economic terrorism, was hiding from Russian justice in Europe and wrote there that "a revolution in the coming years, and perhaps never, is impossible."
            And the "citizen" began in the 18th. And there is absolutely no direct connection between renunciation and civil.
            Therefore, urgently, urgently study, at least master the school curriculum about the events that occurred between the abdication and the civil. For example, how many votes the Bolsheviks took in the election.
            1. kugelblitz
              kugelblitz 11 July 2016 12: 20
              +2
              Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
              And the "citizen" began in the 18th.

              I can congratulate you on the complete absence of causal relationships! Shake hands, so to speak! bully
              1. Mother CheeseEarth
                Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 13: 00
                -5
                Quote: kugelblitz
                with a complete lack of causal relationships!

                Well, yes, well, yes, where do I care about you, such as you, the reasons for the revolution and in the reign of Nicholas 1 will be able to find, then what can I say about Nicholas 2. He was not responsible for the defeat of the USSR before the Reich in the 41st?
                Well, there, the tsar’s cannons or rifles didn’t shoot the Germans efficiently enough, or did people who remembered life under the tsar and the New Economic Policy didn’t want to fight for the Bolsheviks in the 41st?
                1. Pancho
                  Pancho 11 July 2016 22: 31
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                  Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
                  He was not responsible for the defeat of the USSR before the Reich in the 41st?

                  But the 41st year did not end in defeat, the Germans were piled in battles for Moscow (which Stalin did not surrender), but in the 42nd, our situation worsened sharply.
        2. Outsider V.
          Outsider V. 14 July 2016 12: 59
          -1
          Non-science fiction.

          I have not heard such nonsense for a long time.
    5. Hagakure
      Hagakure 11 July 2016 09: 24
      +10
      At the court ball, Emperor Nicholas I addressed the author of one of the most popular books on Russia in the West (Russophobic, I note!), To the Marquis de Custine:

      “Do you think all these people around us are Russians?”

      “Of course, Your Majesty ...”

      “And here it is.” This is a Tatar. This is a German. This is a Pole. This is a Georgian, and there stands a Jew and a Moldavian.

      “But then who are the Russians here, Your Majesty?”

      - But together they are Russian!
      1. james
        james 11 July 2016 12: 49
        +3
        Golden words
      2. Pancho
        Pancho 11 July 2016 22: 38
        0
        My minus. So, in your opinion, Pushkin is also Ethiopian, since his great-grandfather is an Arap. No need to exaggerate, there were of course foreigners, but the main thing was Russians. And by the way, what Moldovan did the tsar mention? Well, if Nesselrode is Russian, then it’s completely full of seams. Maybe because of such “Russians” he lost the Crimean War?
    6. Hagakure
      Hagakure 11 July 2016 09: 25
      +8
      Joseph Dzhugashvili has repeatedly said: “I am a Russian person of Georgian origin”
      1. Mother CheeseEarth
        Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 10: 50
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        Quote: Hagakure
        Joseph Dzhugashvili has repeatedly said: “I am a Russian person of Georgian origin”

        And from what Bolshevik film magazine did you learn these nonsense?
        Yes, he personally told Ulyanov when he, because of Bronstein's raids, demanded that Soso stop his drinking and orgies that "I am Georgian, and I can’t live without wine".
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 11 July 2016 10: 59
          +4
          Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
          he personally told Ulyanov, when the latter demanded that Soso stop his drinking and orgies because of Bronstein's raids, that "I am Georgian, and I cannot live without wine."

          And you personally kept a candle, right? wink
          1. Mother CheeseEarth
            Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 11: 26
            -6
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            Did you keep a candle?

            Oh, and those who disagree pulled themselves together.
            Now they will tell that the liberals came up with the problems with alcohol for Dzhugashvili and, in general, he Twittered better in Russian than Pushkin!
            Here you are, listen to yourself how Dzhugashvili hardly speaks Russian from a previously read piece of paper, Russian man, damn it.
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 11 July 2016 12: 16
              +3
              Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
              Here you are, listen to yourself how Dzhugashvili hardly speaks Russian from a previously read piece of paper, Russian man, damn it.

              - listened
              - "with difficulty" did not see, sorry
              - the people in the audience seem satisfied, everyone applauds

              So what did you want to say? wink
              1. Mother CheeseEarth
                Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 13: 06
                -6
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                "hardly" did not see

                Well, yes, if a person purposefully does not want to see anything, then you will not force him.
                Sometimes, even with the help of a psychiatrist.
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                the people in the hall seem satisfied, everyone applauds

                Well then, by your logic, the most satisfied people live in North Korea. And why be surprised, every year they have grass tastes better there, and Kim is more beautiful.
                Quote: Cat Man Null
                So you wanted to say something

                The main thing is that what you tried to say, I understood. Sorry, not interesting.
          2. Pancho
            Pancho 11 July 2016 22: 27
            +3
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            And you personally kept a candle, right?

            He studied the history of the USSR from the Ogonyok magazine.
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            2. Cat man null
              Cat man null 11 July 2016 22: 53
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              Quote: Pancho
              Quote: Cat Man Null
              And you personally kept a candle, right?

              He studied the history of the USSR from the Ogonyok magazine.

              - Colza? A colza is two ... but what's the last name?
              - Shoals!
              - Oh .. Weeds - THIS FIVE laughing
    7. karelia-molot
      karelia-molot 11 July 2016 11: 28
      0
      Catch the addict!
  2. bober1982
    bober1982 11 July 2016 08: 50
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    In the most difficult wartime conditions, the intelligentsia of Russia ......, but was engaged in an active way in social activities ...
    I don’t agree with the author. We didn’t engage in any social activities, the Bolsheviks had killed all intellectuals by that time, and what was happening in Crimea was real hell. Adaptives remained, it was necessary to somehow survive, there was no time for public work.
    Here are the lines from the famous poem by M. Voloshin:
    The truth was poked out from under the nails
    A landmine was inserted into the neck
    "They sewed shoulder straps", "cut stripes" .....
    We can add that the chief executioner and butcher Bela Kun lived in the Crimea in the house of Voloshin
  3. fider
    fider 11 July 2016 08: 57
    +7
    No need to boast of your nationality, you need to be proud of your brains, if any.
  4. Sgt.
    Sgt. 11 July 2016 09: 09
    +6
    Recently, the media began to mention artists as persons playing almost a key role in various historical events.
  5. Sars
    Sars 11 July 2016 09: 21
    +1
    Quote: Lex.
    The Bolsheviks saved Russia, if not the Bolsheviks would have divided Russia

    It was the Jewish Bolsheviks who destroyed Russia.
    First of all, I did not say that Ranevskaya is a bad actress. I say no need to hang noodles. If you are a Jew, say that a Jew, Tatar - Tatar, Russian - Russian.
    Personally, I do not watch feature films and programs. Why are Jewish faces everywhere.
    Why is Medvedev, a hundred percent Jew, saying he is Russian? Shy or disguised.
    Why are there only Jews in the government?
    You guys have badly led Russia for the past twenty-five years!
    Leave us alone. Go to your Israel or America, no one has a claim to you. Let the Russians themselves restore their state.
    1. Mother CheeseEarth
      Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 10: 58
      -6
      Quote: SarS
      You guys have badly led Russia for the past twenty-five years!

      And now there will probably be a listing of "conspiracy theories" that have sought out "Jewish roots" from all the Khrushchevs and Brezhnevs ?!
      Quote: SarS
      Go to your Israel or America, no one has a claim to you.

      Well, in general, who wanted to, they have already left, and this is probably because "there were no complaints"?
      And what are you doing now, urging everyone else to "leave"?
      Fighting so for peace between nations ?!
      Well, Russia initially emerged as a multinational state, in which all sorts of Slavs and Mordovians with Finns and Russians "fused" into the Russian people under the influence of Orthodoxy and the Kremlin sword, and there are plenty of Jewish genes in this people too, for a long time and with Russian surnames and even not remembering their Jewish ancestors.
    2. fider
      fider 11 July 2016 13: 22
      +1
      Sars
      Firstly, I think you are not Russian, because you make a lot of mistakes. And secondly, how did you determine Medvedev’s nationality, did you see his metrics?
      And thirdly, I left in 1992, I did not bother you to fall apart.
    3. mroy
      mroy 11 July 2016 14: 28
      +1
      I know for sure that in my family there are Russians, Belarusians, Finns, Estonians, Poles. Inaccurate Swedes and, yes, Jews. All my life I considered myself a Russian.
      And where do I go by your logic?
    4. Kaiten
      Kaiten 11 July 2016 14: 53
      -2
      Quote: SarS
      Go to your Israel or America, no one has a claim to you. Let the Russians themselves restore their state.

      I have absolutely nothing against it. Everything is in your hands, take power into your own hands and we will gladly accept those Jews who still remain with you. Also, I have nothing against it, so that those areas of art and science where Jews would prove themselves would be considered Israeli.
  6. Blaster
    Blaster 11 July 2016 09: 57
    0
    Crimea without Ranevskaya in those years was unlikely to exist!
  7. Mother CheeseEarth
    Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 11: 05
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    Entente military intervention

    Here the rumor struck straight, as if he had entered a factory smoking room.
    Well, after all, the 21st century is in the yard, freedom of speech, freedom of information, how much can you reprint Bolshevik leaflets with rotten propaganda?
    Well, there was no, there was no intervention, the Entente countries helped as they could (recently ended WW1, there were no silushka) representatives of the legitimate authorities in the fight against the Bolshevik occupation, organized in the Republic of Ingushetia with the money of Germany. With which the Entente (and therefore Russia too) was in a state of fierce war!
    Here's even a visual proof that the "interventionists" enter the Russian city, the Russians meet them like a parade, with umbrellas and flowers, and do not scatter in the corners as it should be during the occupation!
    1. bober1982
      bober1982 11 July 2016 11: 20
      +8
      Mother CheeseEarth:.... Entente countries helped as they could ..... representatives of legitimate authorities in the fight against the Bolshevik occupation ...

      So after all, the whites did not have any legitimate power, and could not have (like the Bolsheviks). When Kolchak began to show arbitrariness, these same allies (the Entente countries) with giblets and handed over to the red. "- the time was confused, people got confused. General Krasnov, for example, said: the Cossacks had been in slavery by the Russian tsars for centuries. It was a time of mass insanity.
      1. Mother CheeseEarth
        Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 11: 40
        -9
        Quote: bober1982
        So after all, White did not have any legitimate authority

        Oh come on! Learn, learn urgently, if it’s not too late!
        Quote: bober1982
        About the jubilation of the Russian people at the sight of "allies" - the time was troubled, people got confused.

        Who is confused? The unemployed and landless who went for the Bolsheviks without even reading and not knowing their programs, because they fed them and gave money?
        I remind you again of the money received from the robberies on the territory of the Republic of Ingushetia and the German government in order to withdraw the Republic of Ingushetia (the victorious country) from the war almost before its end.
        Or is it all the same that you "got confused" that you are defending the Bolsheviks, who for money in the first year of the war gathered several times fewer people into their army than Hitler gathered in his army a little later on the territory of the USSR?
        1. bober1982
          bober1982 11 July 2016 11: 47
          +2
          Your comments are chaotic, your interest is debated, I sincerely wish you all the best.
          1. Mother CheeseEarth
            Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 12: 11
            -7
            Quote: bober1982
            interest disappeared with you to discuss

            That is, essentially nothing to argue? Then yes, it’s better to be silent than to speak.
            1. bober1982
              bober1982 11 July 2016 12: 18
              +2
              I agree with you
        2. bondarencko
          bondarencko 12 July 2016 03: 31
          0
          And because of this, he blew the war.
      2. Kaiten
        Kaiten 11 July 2016 14: 55
        +2
        Quote: bober1982
        General Krasnov, for example, declared: for centuries, the Cossacks were enslaved by Russian tsars.

        Apparently, he continued to count it many years later, working for the German Nazis.
        1. bober1982
          bober1982 11 July 2016 16: 54
          +2
          Yes, the general was very willing to give lectures to SS and SD officers on the history of the Cossacks.
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      1. Mother CheeseEarth
        Mother CheeseEarth 11 July 2016 11: 49
        -6
        Quote: Cat Man Null
        yes ... evidence to strangers

        Say thank you that at least such photos were left by the Bolsheviks. Those where there were more people, they destroyed. Like many other photos where real life was shown in the Republic of Ingushetia.
        They left only those depicting beggars, homeless people and the "atrocities of the White Guards."
        Normal photos of those years today can be viewed in the library of Congress, they are not in Russia.
        Quote: Cat Man Null
        The Germans did not occupy Paris either, by your logic

        Well, in your logic, apparently, and not so. Even the building of communism.
    3. Cat man null
      Cat man null 11 July 2016 11: 29
      +4
      Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
      Russians greet them as a parade, with umbrellas and flowers, and do not scatter in the corners as expected during the occupation!

      - um ...


    4. bondarencko
      bondarencko 12 July 2016 03: 29
      -1
      Please present checks for German money for the revolution!
      1. Simpsonian
        Simpsonian 12 July 2016 04: 46
        0
        And the fillings? Checks then why? Nal drove ...
  8. parusnik
    parusnik 11 July 2016 15: 38
    +3
    Faina Ranevskaya was going to start her never-written autobiography with the words: “I was born in the family of a poor oil industrialist.” Thank you, Polina ...
  9. pigkiller
    pigkiller 11 July 2016 15: 42
    +7
    Quote: Mother CheeseEarth
    Normal photos of those years today can be viewed in the library of Congress, they are not in Russia.

    Strong argument. Forgive us quilted jackets, master. We have porridge in the beard and bast shoes in the soup)