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has been engaged in the study of the Kirov case for many years. Tajiyanna sukharnikova, the only historian in Russia who has access to the relevant documents of the central archives of the Russian Federal Security Administration and the curator of the Kirov Museum, announced that she would sort out and publish these diaries. She said that although these documents will only be made public in the near future, But now it can be concluded that although Nikolayev was once used as the detonator of the great cleansing movement, Khrushchev as the sword of anti Stalin personal worship, and Gorbachev as the sword shield against public opinion, Nikolayev was really just a lone assassin who was angry for his own personal interests.

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of the three supreme leaders of the Kremlin on December 1, On the 75th anniversary of the assassination of Sergey Kirov, member of the Political Bureau of the former Soviet Union, Secretary of the Central Committee and first Secretary of the Leningrad State Party committee, the Russian Federal Security Administration declassified a number of documents related to the Kirov case. The Information Office of the St. Petersburg municipal government announced that 58 sets of documents, including the diary of the murderer Leonid Nikolaev, had been handed over to the Kirov Museum of St. Petersburg.

tajijana sukharnikova, the only historian in Russia who has been engaged in the study of the Kirov case for many years and has access to the relevant documents of the central archives of the Russian Federal Security Administration, announced that she would publish these diaries. She said that although these documents would not be made public in the near future until they were sorted out, But now it can be concluded that although Stalin was used as the detonator of the great cleansing movement, Khrushchev as the sword of anti Stalin personal worship, and Gorbachev as the sword shield against public opinion, Nikolayev was really just a lone assassin who was angry for his own personal gain. “Spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds” spekds “spekds”. When he was very young, he lost his father, coupled with his poor health, he became irritable and abnormal when he grew up.

at the age of 18, he became a member of the United Communist Party (Bolshevik); At the age of 21, he had a warm family: in 1925, he married millida delauli, a Latvian girl three years older than him, and soon gave birth to two beautiful sons. Although he had studied in the Communist University, he could not work in any unit for a long time. After countless job changes, in October 1933, he transferred to the last unit in his life – Leningrad Institute of party history as a mobile propagandist of party history.

shortly after that, the Party History Research Institute recruited party members to join the transportation system, but Nikolayev refused to take a long-term job on the railway because he was in poor health and should recuperate, and he had two young children. As a result, he was fired from both parties: not only from the party, but also from public office.

although Nikolayev’s party membership was restored and he received the suggestion to work in the factory shortly after he was expelled, he was not willing to do manual work. He began to write frequently to Party and government organs at all levels and leaders – even Stalin himself – complaining that he had been subjected to inhuman treatment. In a letter to the people’s health committee, he also clearly put forward his request: “please answer me before July 1 – let me or not. I should get a recuperation permit.”

in addition, he also asked for a recuperation permit in Leningrad. He didn’t want it yet. He needed to recuperate in the best place.

of course, these complaint letters have not received any reply, and as an unemployed person, he has even been deprived of his food supply Certificate – his family can only rely on his wife mirida. At that time, mirida, who had been a party member for 15 years, had served as an inspector of the heavy industry bureau of Leningrad Prefecture.

in addition to writing complaint letters to Party and government organs at all levels, Nikolayev began to write autobiographical diaries. In his diary, he wrote that he was 30 years old and was going to leave the autobiography to his sons Marquez and Leonid as a souvenir – as an unemployed man, he had a lot of time to do it.

in this diary, we can clearly see how he intended to retaliate against the authorities and how he prepared for the murder. In August 1934, Nikolayev was close to madness after a long period of failure. He not only decided to take revenge, but also prepared to die with vigour. “My shooting will be similar to that of riyapov!” In his diary, Nikolayev wrote such an oath. Andre zhilyapov is a famous assassin in Russian history – he was one of the masterminds of the assassination of the Russian emperor II.

obviously, Nikolayev has targeted Kirov, the supreme leader of Leningrad State Party committee, where he is located.

at about 16:30 p.m. on December 1, 1934, Kirov entered the Smolny palace, the office building of the State Party committee, and came to the third floor along the main staircase. According to the data of Kirov Museum, just as Kirov turned from the main corridor to the corridor on the left to walk to his office, he fell to the ground with a gun in the back of his head. Hearing the sound, the staff and security personnel rushed out and grabbed Nikolayev, who was holding a revolver and somewhat neurotic, next to Kirov’s body. 15 minutes later, when the doctor carried Kirov into his office for ineffective rescue, Nikolayev’s wife mirida was also controlled.

Nikolayev was arrested and immediately accepted a sudden trial. However, his mood was out of control at that time, and he didn’t return until he was arraigned for the second time at 21 p.mHe made a more logical explanation intermittently. “Nikolay KDS” got the security certificate of “SPE kd4” from the Soviet government in 1930 (the corresponding number of “SPE kd4” was found out in the possession of “SPE kd4” in 1930), and he soon got the certificate of “SPE kd4” from the Soviet government.