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That’s it. Collectivization would happen in 1930. So what did he do? Did he join a kolkhoz himself? Nooo. Let me tell you. Everyone had to go into the kolkhoz. What does that mean? We’re all living separately. Separately. Everyone. Thousands [of us]. A thousand inhabitants we were. Everyone does his own cultivation. Everyone. There was an order: now we’re organizing a kolkhoz. They bring in a chairman. There it is. They were from the Cheka [original name of Soviet security organ] then. The chairman of the soviet and the kolkhoz.
In the woods? In the woods, more than 20 years. That’s crazy. Did everyone cope with that? Some did, some didn’t . . I have four medals over there, I hung them on the wall . . For valiant labor . . During the war . . Then later during the Jubilee. So you’re a Veteran of Labor? A Veteran of Labor. Tell me, the special settlers, did they all like to work? The ones who were sent here? Did they all work as well as you? Well, what would I say. There were sick people, they got light work, the doctors gave notes for light work.
He was arrested in 1939. So, in 1929 your father was working in construction, and in 1939 he was arrested, is that right? Did he disappear, or did they let him go again? He disappeared. Did you ever try to write a letter to the archives, to find out [what happened to him]? Yes, in the end, we wrote. They wrote back that that was it. He was shot, and that was it . . Under that Article, 56. And then he was rehabilitated. I see. Robert Avgustovich, these responses, do you have them? No. I don’t have them any more .
An Album of Aeroplanes (Civil) by JOHN PLAYER & SONS