Forbidden relationship Admiral Kolchak, or love that is stronger than death
• Forbidden Us Admiral Kolchak, or love that is stronger than death
When it comes to the Civil War, many recall the White generals Denikin, Yudenich, Kornilov, Kappel, Red commanders Budyonny Kotovskogo Mironov, Lazo, Frunze. And argue who in that war was right and who is wrong, and there is no end today. But there is in the history of the Civil War, a special name - Anna Anna Timiryova beloved Alexander Kolchak, while the Russian Supreme Ruler.
Anna V. Safonov from the nobility. She was born in Kislovodsk in 1893. When she was 13, the family moved to St. Petersburg. There Anna was trained in the gymnasium of Princess Obolensky and finished it very well in 1911. Anna was a very educated woman, fluent in German and French. At age 18, she married a naval officer, and 3 years later gave birth to his son Vladimir. But a happy marriage only until such time as Anna Timiryova met in Kolchak.
Temirova Anna, nee Safonov.
They first met in 1915 in Helsingfors. There he served the husband of Anna, the captain of the first rank. It was a real passion! Anna Vasilyevna and Alexander Vasilyevich did not stop even the fact that they both were not free. Steel Part of the meeting, and the passion has evolved into love. Anna Timiryova simply idolized the then vice-admiral, and he often wrote to her touching letter.
Alexander Kolchak at work.
In 1917, almost immediately after the revolution, the spouse Anna Timiryova emigrated, the wife and son of Kolchak remained in Paris. Once Kolchak returned from England, Anna Vasilyevna came to him. In 1918-1919, she worked in Omsk Anna Timiryova interpreter Press Department of the Office of the Council of Ministers and the affairs of the Supreme Ruler (so now styled Kolchak). Often she was seen at the hospital near the wounded, and in the workshop on sewing clothes for the soldiers.
The camera, which was kept before the execution of Admiral Kolchak.
Anna V. Kolchak remained at all times: and when his army defeated the red, and when the leadership of the Czechoslovak Corps, with the tacit consent of the French General Janin, Kolchak agreed to issue the Military Revolutionary Committee. When the KGB for two weeks of white admiral questioned, Anna is not only very willingly went into custody, but was able to break three times to visit him - as she could support her lover in front of imminent death.
Anna Anna Timiryova.
After the shooting Kolchak Anna Anna Timiryova released from prison, but since that time, and began her real Way of the Cross. Already in June 1920, she was sent to two years of forced labor in a concentration camp Omsk. After his release from prison, she filed a petition to the authorities to leave the country in Harbin, where her first husband lived. But the answer came in a resolution - "refuse" and another year in prison. In 1922, she was arrested for the third time, and in 1925 was sent to prison for another three years, "for ties with foreigners and former white officers."
Photos from the case of Anna Anna Timiryova.
After the release of Anna V. married a railway engineer Vladimir Knipper. But the spring of 1935 brought a new arrest "for hiding his past." However, after some time the camp was replaced supervised accommodation Vyshny Volochyok, where she worked as a seamstress and janitress. In 1938 there was the sixth in a row arrest. But freedom of Anna came only after the war. By the time of her relatives no one left. 24-year-old son Volodya was shot May 17, 1938. Vladimir Knipper could not resist baiting his wife and in 1942 he died of a heart attack. Live in Moscow, Anna was not allowed, and she moved to Rybinsk (then Shcherbakov), sitting on a property man working at a local drama theater.
In December 1949, Anna Vasilyevna was arrested again. This time for the anti-Soviet propaganda of slanderous denunciation colleagues. Again, ten months in prison and Yaroslavl stage in Yeniseisk. Again returning to Rybinsk, and work again in the dramatic theater.
Anna and son Vladimir.
By the time she had looked like intelligent neat old lady with bright, lively eyes. In the theater, no one knew the story of Anna Vasilyevna associated with Kolchak. Here we are all wondering why the director of the theater (it was said that from the nobility) whenever seen Anna Vasilyevna came up and kissed her hand.
Anna Vasilyevna was rehabilitated only in 1960. She immediately moved to Moscow and settled in a communal apartment on Plyushchikha. Oistrakh Shostakovich and procured her a pension of 45 rubles. Sometimes it was invited to the crowd at the "Mosfilm" - in "Diamond Hand" Gaidai flashed as cleaners and in "War and Peace" Bondarchuk - the first ball of Natasha in the guise of a noble old lady.
In the five years before his death in 1970, she wrote the lines devoted to the main love of his life - Alexander Kolchak:
Half a century can not accept -
Nothing can help:
And you're leaving again
On that fateful night.
And I condemned to go Until blowjob term and confused way
The beaten road ...
But if I'm still alive
In defiance of fate, just like your love
And the memory of you.