The Victory Was Theirs

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The Victory Was Theirs
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The victory was theirs

The feats of Soviet soldiers would have been impossible without the help and support of civilians; by their labor, they, along with the soldiers, brought the victory over Nazi Germany closer …

There is no more clear example of the consolidation of the people in Soviet history than the one that arose during the Great Patriotic War. Hearing the words addressed to "brothers" and "sisters", every Soviet person felt his responsibility for the country, his influence on the course of world events. Much has been said and written about the heroism of soldiers and officers, but there are still blank spots in the history of the Second World War when it comes to the rear.

The feats of Soviet soldiers would have been impossible without the help and support of civilians; by their labor, they, along with the fighters, brought the victory over Nazi Germany closer.

History is learned through the muzzle of guns

By the end of the 30s, the country, which had risen from the devastation of the Civil War, had managed to train its specialists in various areas of the national economy. The two Stalinist five-year plans were not in vain, the number of illiterates was rapidly decreasing in the country, there were no unemployed left. At the same time, no one worked as a dealer, broker, manager, advertising agent, designer, did not offer coaching and business trainings. Everyone joined the same rhythm of work in production, which by the beginning of the 40s was becoming more and more defense-oriented.

Bismarck taught the Germans to think in terms of blood and iron, to learn history through the muzzle of guns, and to regard Russia as a ripe deadly victim. The ideologists of fascism, inspired by his reflections, carefully induced the German people, orienting them to the east - to the place where the untold natural riches lay, which the Slavic barbarians had inherited by God’s misunderstanding. With such an ideological background, it was easier to implement the "Barbarossa Plan" to destroy the Soviet Union.


By 1941, Germany was at the peak of its power. Every German got the realization, feeling his involvement in the great events of the European scale. The mostted and educated Nazi scientific elite worked in laboratories, on testing grounds, developing and testing deadly weapons. Others were engaged in mass production, thanks to the Fuehrer for the absence of unemployment in Germany and the increasing social opportunities, however, only for the Germans. Each of them, through their work and faith in the Aryan chosenness, strengthened the power of the Third Reich, which, without much resistance from other peoples, captured one country after another, looping the whole of Europe with a fascist swastika.

Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Holland, France supplied the Germans with cheeses, sardines, wines, fish, meat, eggs. Western leather workers did not miss the opportunity to make good money, even on the invaders. No one refused to receive their share of abundance, mixed with blood and other people's suffering. Business as usual, nothing personal.

From Eastern Europe to Germany went oil tanks, trains with coal, iron ore. The Germans felt themselves to be a prosperous nation, sacredly believing in their superiority over all peoples. Who in the West was embarrassed by the "crystal nights" of Jewish pogroms, Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Auschwitz, Dachau?

Under the bravura marches, the German military vehicle swept blitzkriegs through the streets of Prague, Warsaw, Budapest and Belgrade, but got bogged down in the steppes of Ukraine, the swamps of Belarus, on the outskirts of Moscow and Leningrad.

All the will into a fist

Back in the 30s, design bureaus were organized at the machine-building enterprises of the USSR, which were engaged in the development of new types of weapons. In order not to attract the attention of German and British intelligence, not to jeopardize Moscow and Leningrad, the olfactory Stalin orders to place them outside the capitals.

The strategic enterprises of the cities of Vladimir, Kovrov are at arm's length from Moscow. The weapons produced in them managed to be tested in the Finnish war and at Khalkhin Gol. War is always a total shortage of human resources and equipment. If in the late 1920s the government had not embarked on a course to industrialize the country, then the war with Hitler would have been fatal.

The task of the rear was to fill this deficit by all means. Despite the reservation, which extended to most of the factory workers, many qualified specialists went to the front or joined the militia. A common misfortune united the entire Soviet people, regardless of age and social status, consolidated by common grief and the only thought of helping the front.

Everything for the front

Having escorted the fathers to the war, their teenage children took their jobs at the machines. There was no time for training, savvy boys grabbed everything on the fly. The thin, dexterous fingers of the owners of the skin vector were cold from touching the rough metal blanks. Taking care of the accuracy of the manufactured parts for the shells, they arranged healthy competition among themselves, who would have time to grind them more per shift. We worked day and night. They got used to the air raid and did not leave the shop, continuing to work.


Women, newly minted engineers, recent university graduates, technicians and draftsmen came to design bureaus. During the war years, almost 42% of the population living in the most economically developed regions was under the occupation of the Nazis. Having lost Ukraine, the USSR lost its granary and for a long time could not restore food shortages among the people. A strict regulation of food for the entire population, from small to large, was formed.

The approach of the Nazis to Moscow did not cause panic, but forced to concentrate on the task of evacuation. Most of the enterprises acquired strategic importance in peacetime. The Germans did not bomb them, hoping after the occupation to make them work for themselves.

In the second half of 1941, about 80% of enterprises were evacuated from the western regions of the USSR. What could not be taken away was blown up. The country has lost almost all sources for steel production from the southern regions, 50% of coal mined in the Donbass, wheat and sugar beet crops from the fertile black earth lands of Ukraine and Russia.

In the shortest possible time, the Soviet government needed to reorganize the entire economy of the country, taking into account military needs, to send it to the east, to establish and launch defense enterprises.

To cut off railways, Luftwaffe planes bombed train stations, junction stations and crossings, congestion areas of trains with refugees, evacuated equipment, echelons with wounded and trains going from the rear to the west. The USSR started the war with a lot of rolling stock. After shelling and bombing, he had to take care of every unit of transport.

German pedantry failed the Nazis more than once. The raids were planned and carried out like clockwork. Noticing this, the railway workers took the trains out of the danger zone, and after the raid they went to their destination. In the first year of the war, about 10 million people were transported to the east. In the history of mankind, this was the largest migration of peoples.

Success in the rear - victory on the fronts

The evacuation into the interior of the country, to safe places, was entrusted to the most careful, scrupulous, diligent people. Realizing their responsibility to the country and the army, they, people with an anal vector, as defined by the system-vector psychology of Yuri Burlan, showed their loyalty and devotion.

They, who are absolutely loyal to their people, country, government and the cause they served, have achieved an extreme degree of realization of their natural qualities during all the years of the war.

It was the analniks who in the shortest possible time organized the dismantling, winding up of the factories and their transfer to evacuation. Echelons with equipment, leaving the western regions of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus went to Central Asia and the Urals. In conditions of complete confusion and stress, the wars did not lose, not a single screw, not a single detail was stolen. Everyone understood that the survival of the people and the future Victory depend on the honesty and conscientiousness of everyone.


For forty long days, trains with machine tools and machines, accompanied by workers and their families, stretched eastward. And there, unloaded on snow-covered wastelands, they were installed on the flooring, whipped up in a hurry. The work began right from the wheels, in the open air, sometimes in forty-degree frost. There was no time for the buildup, it was necessary to put the factories into operation as soon as possible. To lay the foundation, the frozen ground was blown up, they worked with torches and lanterns. No one complained, no one counted the hours spent at the machines, to which their hands were frozen.

Time was losing its meaning, and so was the environment. People were so focused on doing their work that they did not notice how the roof of the first barrack-type workshops was being erected over their heads. Improvised factories turned into real ones and switched to a round-the-clock work schedule. Weekends and holidays were canceled until the end of the war.

Strategically important objects were transferred to the barracks position. The workers slept here, in specially equipped rooms, there was no time to go home. The USSR was going through a new stage in an unprecedented industrial revolution. In the future, these enterprises will become the basis for future industrial centers in the Urals, Siberia, and Central Asia.

People who came from the western territories of the USSR, who had never met before, shared with each other the last crust of bread, a piece of soap, clothes and a dream of an early Victory. Residents of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the Urals and Siberia, showed unprecedented mercy, accepting evacuees from the besieged Leningrad, refugees from the Don, the scientific and creative intelligentsia of Moscow, Kiev, Kharkov to their homes.

In the snowy steppes of Kazakhstan, Sergei Eisenstein has begun filming the patriotic film "Ivan the Terrible". It was the story of the Russian urethral tsar, whose victories in the wars turned Russia into a powerful power that all of Europe reckoned with.

With money from the performances of the Maly Theater, a whole squadron of fighters was built, and the Russian Orthodox Church donated money to a tank column.

The entire history of Soviet people during the Second World War was an unprecedented civil epic of the urethral will. Victory at the front was won with blood and fury, with tears and then it suffered in the rear.

All the power of the urethral mentality and visual mercy made this war a popular one, and the memory of it sacred. In order to bow our heads again in 70 years before the feat of the heroes of the front and heroes of the home front.

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