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Following the letter of the treaty with Germany, the Navy should immediately translate into a purely Russian port of Kronstadt. However, it was impossible because of difficult ice conditions. That is "believed" in the Bolshevik top. A few days earlier a part of Russian warships have been successfully broke through the ice from Revel to Helsingfors and thus showed that such a transition is possible. But the Bolshevik leadership not ordered the Navy to relocate from Helsingfors to Kronstadt, through the same, they have overcome the ice and hummocks. Why? Because Lenin and Trotsky did not think about saving ships. Germany needs to leave the ship in Helsingfors, perhaps intending to seize them. At the same time, representatives of the Entente require ships to avoid capture by the Germans. It is necessary to fulfill two mutually exclusive "order," and it affects the fate of the proletarian revolution. Here Lenin and Trotsky and seek option that satisfies the requirements of the "allied" Scylla and Charybdis of the German, not a solution that will save the fleet for Russia!

Bilder bewegen: von der Kunstkammer zum Endspiel; Aufs atze und Reden by Horst Bredekamp

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Horst Bredekamp
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Klaus Wagenbach Verlag GmbH
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