Записки беспогонника

  • Title: Записки беспогонника
  • Author: Sergei Golitsyn Сергей Голицын
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  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Sergei Golitsyn Сергей Голицын


    1. Sergei Mikhailovich Galitsyn was born on 14 1 March 1909 at an estate in the Tula guberniya His father was prince Mikhail Vladimirovich Galitsyn 1873 1942 , a member of the powerful Russian Golitsyn or Galitzine family, and his mother was Anna Sergheevna, born Lopukhina 1880 1972 He had also five sisters and one brother.During the repressions of 1920s and 1930s, a large number of his relatives were targeted At various times were arrested and later killed his grandfather, V.M Galitsyn, his father, his older brother Vladimir, one brother in law and numerous cousins Later he recalled these years in his Memoirs of a Survivor The Golitsyn Family in Stalin s Russia, an account of how revolution dramatically transformed life for one of Russia s elite families Written in secret and published only in 1990, after his death it describes the impact of the revolution upon his family, whilst also painting a picture of life in Russia as Bolshevism turned to Stalinism.After finishing school in 1927, having decided to become a writer, he enrolled to Higher Literature Courses later to become the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute After graduating in 1929, he was briefly arrested.Although his first children stories were published in the 1930s in various journals, he could not support himself from writing and worked as a topographer including to the building of the Moscow Canal.In 1934 he married Klavdia Mikhailovna Babykina 1907 1980 , with whom he had three children Georgy b.1935 , Mikhail b.1936 and Sergey 1938 1939.On 3 July 1941 he was mobilized as a topographer at the sapper troops He made all the way to Berlin and was discharged in 1946 For his service he received the Order of the Patriotic War IInd class, the Order of the Red Star and several medals.After the war worked as a geodesist engineer at the State Planning Institute.Since 1959 he lived as a professional writer.He died on 7 November 1989 of a heart attack He is buried in the churchyard of the village Lyubets Vladimir Oblast.___________________________________ 1 14 1909 1873 1942 , 1880 1972 5 1900 1991 , 1903 1982 , 1906 1908 , 1911 1988 , 1914 2005 1902 1943 1920 1930 , 1847 1932 , , , , , , , 1927 , 1930 , , , 1941 , 3 , 1946 2 , , , 1959 , , ,


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    1. Some time ago, after finishing “Записки уцелевшего” by Сергей Голицын, I was sad that his memoirs ended up at the most interesting point, and there would be no part two of them. Well, I soon discovered that I was wrong! There is part two of his memoirs, and yes — it’s about World War II, and yes — it’s incredibly interesting and revealing again!“Записки беспогонника” tells about participation of Сергей Голицын in the w [...]

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