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Yuri Chekalin

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin25.07.2023

One day at sunset in 2000, the expeditor Vyacheslav Prokhorenko found the remains of a soldier next to the German fortifications on the Sinyavinsky Heights in the Leningrad Region. Buttonholes of a junior lieutenant, binoculars, a pistol. And in the pocket of the decayed tunic there is a medallion with a note. They unwind a […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin07.07.2023

The Assumption, Archangel and Annunciation Cathedrals, the Ivan the Great Bell Tower, the Grand Duke’s Palace, the walls and towers of the Kremlin — all these structures were erected in a little over thirty years, when Moscow and the whole country were actively built in the 15th century. As a result, the monumental architectural and […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin08.05.2023

History has a funny habit of repeating itself on a new coil of its spiral. As the classics said, first as a tragedy, then as a farce. History often surprises us with such zigzags. Let’s take a look at the times of Peter the Great. To persuade Mazepa to treason, Charles XII of Sweden sent […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin13.04.2023

“Where does all this madness about hara-kiri, bushido come from…” /From one Russian radio broadcast./ “… We must win honestly, We must live in the bright light, They will compose songs about us, Heaven will be hot…” “Sport Heroes”    “…Who knows what awaits us?  Who knows what will happen?  And will be strong  And […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin23.02.2023

The first serial killer in the Soviet Union. In late 1922 – early 1923, corpses began to float in the Moscow River, frightening the fishermen. In the abandoned wasteland, passers-by also began to find bodies, tied and packed in bags. Rumors spread around Moscow about a terrible maniac and about people who went to the […]

Yuri ChekalinYuri Chekalin10.01.2023

By 1908, the time was right for a new kind of agency to protect America. The United States was, well, united, with its borders stretching from coast to coast and only two landlocked states left to officially join the union. Inventions like the telephone, the telegraph, and the railroad had seemed to shrink its vast […]

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