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The Bunker Where Beria Was Shot


One of the key historical underground constructions where Beria was shot is claimed abandoned. Nevertheless, it is related to Moscow commandant's office and is well-guarded by soldiers.


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Lavrentiy P. Beria, a Georgian Soviet politician and chief of the Soviet security and secret police apparatus (NKVD), was arrested on June 26 1953 and shot on December 23 1953 at an underground bunker located in the yard of headquarters of the Moscow Military District.

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13 Responses to “The Bunker Where Beria Was Shot”

  1. cro says:

    Nice tip-toe sneak, but if im not mistaken, your toes, head, and rest of body parts could be shot multiple times by centry guards – they hawe licence to shoot first and ask questions later.. dumb, but bold move!

  2. mikhas says:

    “Just love” heh? You have sunken to a new record.

    I believe that is the words of one of their (and yours for publishing unlawful materials)suspected donors, George Soros.

    I bet the orange spoiled brats and their american trained leaders are cheering too..

    • Emperor Norton says:

      So Soros is using community activists to socialized communist Russia. No place is safe for traditional American values now.

      But you know who else was found dead in a bunker?

      HITLER!

  3. IamI says:

    “Well guarded” – lol – probably you could have stolen the guardian and he wouldn’t even noticed that.

  4. Daniel says:

    7 grams of people’s justice in the back of the head.

  5. john says:

    Your work is incredible. But please do not get yourselves shot or fall off roofs. Take care. Keep up the good work.

  6. (r)evolutionist says:

    Where the “Big Mingrelian” bit the dust. He underestimated N. Khrushchev and paid the price.

  7. mukmika says:

    I remember Beria being shot, but never knew why. At the time, Russia and USSR were all the same to me.Knew nothing about Georgia.

    • (r)evolutionist says:

      To put it concisely: He knew too much (about the other leaders and their pasts’); and Khrushchev felt he wasn’t doctrinaire enough, which was true- Beria was never a communist; he was really “just a policeman” and he was ready to declare E. Germany neutral to appease the West which scared the hardliners.

    • kpss says:

      and today americans are not so dumb?

  8. N. Tolstoy says:

    Somewhere, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn is shivering.

    Please keep fighting the Good Fight and shining the Good Light.

  9. Rob says:

    Beria was a pervert.

  10. Joe says:

    The world should know the differences in the published letters and the original ones. It does not take a genius to guess what was omitted though we should and need to know!

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