"Rumors" of the Great Victory
Wars affect people. This manifests itself in his psychic, ready, under the pressure of the landscape, to change the egoistic sign of decay for an all-encompassing plus of compassion, the awareness of the need to save our neighbor, because he is the same as me, and because alone we are doomed to extinction …
Time passes, archives open, and we learn about previously unknown participants in the Great Patriotic War, without whose help and support the May 9 Holiday, holy for every Russian person, could have come much later.
All attempts to falsify the history of the USSR and the feat of the people in the most terrible war of the twentieth century, if they had a result, then it was short-lived. The attempts to rewrite the history of the country at the expense of the state Department of State, and then adapt it in Russia, were not crowned with success either. The Victory went too hard, too many soldiers and civilians gave their lives for it, the memory of grandfathers and great-grandfathers who defended their land from fascism and did not return back is too bitter.
The proposed circumstances of the war, in which the Soviet people found themselves, gave impetus to the development of the properties of their vectors, given by nature. They got their realization in the most unexpected situations, revealing new abilities in themselves, shining with the facets of talents unclaimed in peacetime.
Wars affect people. This manifests itself in his psychic, ready, under the pressure of the landscape, to change the egoistic sign of decay to an all-encompassing plus of compassion, the awareness of the need to save our neighbor, because he is the same as me, and because alone we are doomed to extinction.
With his disinterestedness and disinterestedness, helping the weak, wounded, homeless, orphan or simply needy, the Soviet, Russian person passes a severe test, passes the life exam for the highest degree of urethral mercy. He learns to give from himself, to share not only the last crust of bread and a sip of water, but also that which is not determined by the material measure, but is called strength of spirit and love for one's neighbor.
According to the principle of socialism
Leningrad blockade. It seemed that everything was known about her from the many written books, filmed kilometers of film, from the stories of thousands of eyewitnesses, historians, researchers. All these materials do not leave anyone indifferent even 70 years later. Nevertheless, new facts continue to appear in the "Case of the besieged Leningrad", stirring up the consciousness, striking with the eccentricity of thinking, an original approach to the issue of defense and collective survival.
The enemy was approaching the city on the Neva. The hasty evacuation of masterpieces from the Hermitage and from other state museums of Leningrad and its suburbs went on a par with the evacuation of residents of the northern capital. First of all, children were rescued, then the turn of the disabled came. Not everyone wanted to go to the deep rear.
More than 300 blind people from the Leningrad Society of the Blind wished to share the upcoming fate of the inhabitants of the besieged city.
The war showed that a visually impaired person is good. The case was found for everyone who voluntarily agreed to a meager blockade ration in Leningrad, frozen through and through. People with disabilities who remained in the city for long 900 days of siege were among the first to apply to themselves the first part of the socialist principle written in the USSR Constitution of 1936: "From each according to his ability." Abilities consisted in weaving nets to camouflage the city during air raids, sewing shoes for the wounded, concert performances in hospitals and military units, and working in factories.
For the first time in the history of wars, people without sight, moving away from their forced isolation, proved their belonging to a single national destiny. Together with the usual defenders of Leningrad, the disabled, not wanting to stay away from the common misfortune, massively responded to the call for mobilization.
Blind defenders of Leningrad
At the end of 1941, acoustic devices, the forefathers of modern radars, were delivered to Leningrad. The simplest tubular mechanisms were supposed to help the human ear to pick up the sounds of a flying bomber. At first, ordinary Red Army soldiers were appointed to serve at the sound detectors, but they were soon replaced. They were not good for "listeners".
Someone from the headquarters of the city air defense came up with the idea of using visually impaired and blind civilians as "listeners". It is only known that this issue has been resolved at the highest level for several weeks.
"Rumors" are those who were able to detect an invisible air target, the direction of its movement and even the brand of an aircraft from tens of kilometers away.
The professional military did not hide skepticism from the very idea of calling on the blind for military service, but practice has shown that the air defense staff were not mistaken in their choice.
When they tried to recruit volunteers in the Leningrad Society of the Blind, it turned out that all the visually impaired who remained in the city could be enrolled in a special air defense detachment. After a thorough medical examination, only 20 people got on special courses for "hearing", and 12 owners of the keenest hearing were then sent to the active army.
Now, knowing the basics of Yuri Burlan's System-Vector Psychology, it is not difficult to understand why, out of several hundreds of blind people, only a small detachment of "listeners" was created, which had an important function of "listening to the sky." This group consisted of people with a sound vector.
People, carriers of the sound vector, have a program inherent in them by nature. In prehistoric society, the soundman had his own specific role as the night guard of the pack. Sitting by the fire all night long, concentrating on the other side of the eardrum, he listened to the disturbing rustles of the ancient savannah. Distinguishing distant sounds, the sound engineer warned the flock about the night attack of enemies, and by the crunch of a broken branch under the leopard's paw, he reported the approach of a predator.
During the war, the sound “listeners”, with the help of additionally adapted stereo tubes that expanded their natural acoustic capabilities, “turned into hearing”, merged with the apparatus. Regardless of the state of the weather and time of day, they "listened" to the sky, but not with the aim of comprehending the Universe and thinking about their place in it, but for early recognition of the type of winged machine carrying bombs for Leningrad on board or reconnaissance of the location of Soviet troops.
Working in tandem with a sighted Red Army soldier, the blind "listeners" informed him of the approach of "Junkers" or "Heinkels". The timely detected object did not have the high speed of modern liners, therefore the anti-aircraft gunners, warned by the visual Red Army soldier, had time to prepare and repel an enemy raid.
A woman with a skin-visual ligament of vectors, an eternal combat friend on the roads of war, could also be a "Red Army soldier". This alliance between the sound engineer and the spectator brought success to the entire enterprise. Being on guard of the Leningrad sky, they discovered enemy aircraft on the distant approaches to the city, thereby saving the lives of tens of thousands of blockade soldiers.
As in prehistoric times, each of them used their own natural analyzer to fulfill their specific role. A skin-visual woman - vision, like a day guard of a pack, and a sound engineer, being on a night watch, hearing.
Ruthless war has taught people to turn their weaknesses into strengths and physical limitations into endless possibilities. Any person is capable of changing himself in this way if he feels responsible for his flock, for his people, for his land. The urethral fuse received from our ancestors is capable of detonating at the most unexpected moments when consolidation against a common enemy is required.
You cannot defeat a country in which there is a urethral mentality, and its citizens, not at all military professions, rush to the front, make their way to the line of fire, want to be useful in the rear. It is not in the nature of the Soviet, Russian people to stay away from tragic events, to hide in corners, to sit out in heating houses on the way to evacuation.
Any pressure from the outside awakens the collective psychic of our people, makes them feel their community and unity with even greater force, to concentrate around the main nucleus that sets the impulse to Victory. And then it doesn't matter at what social level the recipient of this impulse is and in what physical form. It is important that even as a disabled person with disabilities, he continues to remain a citizen of his homeland and helps to protect the homeland to the best of his ability.