Stalin’s Death

Автор: , 11 Ноя 2012

Stalin's death has mixed all the plans of the internate. On the Fifth of March 1953, Stalin died. The children were at that time in school when the radio announced "mourning news." Outside, a loudspeaker radio was saying about the "sad" event.

All the people of the country fell into a deep mourning. Duped by Stalinist propaganda people do not realize what a great blessing fate sends them - getting rid of the bloody butcher of the people. People are used to their idol. Russia still could not live without the idol under any name, whether it is the tzar or chief Duce.
Stalin wrote the bloody terrible atrocities page in Russian history, in his time 106 million people were killed, of whom 50 million - in a civil war, Finnish, Halkin-Gol and in World War II, 56 million killed in peacetime repression and died in concentration camps.

And now, on March 5, 1953 miraculously saved, not yet hit by the destruction Russian people cried for their murderer and tyrant. Oh, a great country Russia! Inscrutable your way. Naive and gullible your people. Stalin's funeral was as big grandiose act. They reminded Khodinka, the day of the coronation of Nicholas II; here and there were massive stampede and death, and the corpses left by such a "great event." And it seemed that the tyrant Stalin still hungry and not yet fed up with his victims and took with him to the hell a lot of people crushed in the stampede after his death.

At these funerals were many leaders, among them the accomplices of his crimes, and was shot by a villain and later compulsive rapist Beria - "Uncle Lavrik,"as Stalin's daughter, Svetlana once called him and “the anti-Party group of Malenkov, Molotov, Kaganovich, and Shepilov who joined them”, and Nikita Khrushchev - the next new leader. Leader Stalin was embalmed, dressed in the uniform of the generalissimo and put together with Lenin in the mausoleum, who had to make room for him. On the mausoleum front the word "Stalin” was written. And then they calm down, though not for long.

Soon Beria was arrested and executed, Malenkov was shifted with anti-Party group and Khrushchev came to power.
A new era in the history of the Soviet Union, which was later called the "Age of the Khrushchev thaw”, began.
Stalin was kicked out of the mausoleum, and Lenin again remain in splendid isolation. And Lenin will be announced once again the main leader.
But now kids did not know about it and could not know. Stalin's death inspired them hope for the future and changes... So that event did not cause tears in children and caused, on the contrary, the joyful excitement.

Martynov fumed and raged blaming everybody, for all his solemn memorial service, which he tried to arrange for Stalin failed. Inmates have refused to stand like guard at the huge portrait of the leader, hung in the school, decorated with mourning ribbon. A memorial meeting was not held. But Martynov could not do anything for he waited for the big changes in the country and in the orphanage.

Expectations lasted until the summer. It seemed normal life goes on. In June, mowing began. Summer 1953 was surprisingly cold. Finally, on August, long-expected committee arrived and reported to the pupils that boarding disbands. One man in civilian clothes - the investigator came here to take Martynov to Moscow. Teachers were dismissed, and most of them moved to the neighboring villages, disassembled their houses and transported logs back to their new homes.

Emelyan Ivanovich as a senior teacher helped the children, disbanded in the most different and distant orphanages to get there. Pupils leave each other addresses of the new children's homes. Several kids who were Muscovites were directed in the suburbs of Moscow. Vladimir Obolensky was sent to Egorievski orphanage.
They sadly said farewell. All of them hoped that soon they will find each other, they hoped that they will communicate, but life and fate decreed otherwise. She scattered them in this vast country called Russia, and never in a life they would find each other.

Barracks later were razed, and when Vladimir Obolensky, after many years with difficulty found out this place and came there, he saw rows of planted pines and small shrubs.
Volodya found an abandoned narrow railway - which still, weaving, went into deep forest to the Black Lake, and it seemed that here, in this remote corner of a deserted Meshchora no one never lived before.

Volodya tried to learn about the future of Martynov, suggesting that if the investigator took him, he should be condemned for the torture of the children. But the confirmation of this fact he never received. Soviet power was indulgent to her executioners.

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