After a stormy quarrel between Stalin and his wife, PolinaPearl, the wife of VM. Molotov, undertook to conduct an extremely upset Nadezhda. They walked for a long time and talked until they reached the Kremlin apartment. The quarrel was not the first, the character of both spouses was by no means sugar, and all the members of the Soviet government were accustomed to these skirmishes.
It seemed that this time it would all work out, butcame out differently. The next morning after the banquet, dedicated to the celebration of the 15th anniversary of the October Revolution, in Stalin's apartment, besides the owner, there were Voroshilov, Molotov and a doctor. The General Secretary's wife was dead, she was lying, grasping the gift of her brother in her hand, a small pistol from which it was possible to shoot herself. Thus ended the biography of Nadezhda Alliluyeva, the second Stalin's wife and youngest daughter in the family of the old Bolsheviks.
She was very hard-tempered. People who knew Nadezhda closely even shared their opinions about who he was stronger and more determined - from a husband or wife. Parents of Hope, the party members Olga Evgenievna and Sergei Yakovlevich, even were against this marriage, knowing the features of the uncompromising nature of their daughter. The twenty-two-year age difference did not bother them, but they strongly doubted that she could become a good wife for such a prominent figure in the party as Stalin.
The biography of Nadezhda Alliluyeva showed that they were wrong, she tried very hard to surround her husband with care, but the truth was that she did not make any fundamental concessions.
Undoubtedly, this couple was connectedreal love. The feeling of the young girl arose immediately, as soon as she saw Joseph arriving from exile in 1917. She was only 16, but she had no doubts, so he is her chosen one. They were married a year later.
The lack of traditional family education,which suffered the son of a drinking cobbler, could not but affect relations between spouses. Stalin was rude, but his wife forgave him. After the birth of his son Vasily in 1921, the husband insisted on house-building in the house, in his opinion, the woman should be limited to farming and raising a child. But not the one, as they say, attacked.
The work biography of Nadezhda Alliluyeva began inthe secretariat of Lenin, where she worked after graduating from the typists. It seemed that the secretary, who was in charge of personnel matters, should be profitable, because the information on what was happening in the Kremlin could come to him directly from his wife. But she persistently did not want to share her.
During one of the purges, Nadezhda Alliluyeva was among those expelled from the ranks of the party. Her biography could have been different if it were not for the intercession of Lenin himself.
Then there was the study. Only the rector of the Industrial Academy knew that for a student she stubbornly “nibbles the granite of science” in the school he leads. From conversations with people living in a normal environment for Soviet people, she began to realize how monstrous the consequences of the policy pursued by her husband with regard to the peasantry and the whole people. They argued a lot, and his wife called Stalin on “you,” addressing him by his patronymic name, which simply enraged him.
Despite the enormous ideologicalcontroversy, the biography of Nadezhda Alliluyeva was replenished with a new happy fact for every woman, she was preparing for motherhood again. Daughter Svetlana was born in 1926.
The health of the chief's wife was weak. She suffered from constant headaches, for which she had to be treated abroad. The illness progressed, and many have explained the temper temper with this disease.
Looking at the photo of Nadezhda Alliluyeva, it is difficult notsuccumb to the charm of kindness of the face and the softness of his lines. Appearance is deceptive, this woman did not give up before the most powerful tyrant on the planet, boldly speaking to his face what others, seemingly inflexible Bolsheviks, were afraid to say. Stalin, being an extraordinary man, would not have suffered mediocrity next to him, but his strong-willed wife, too, was constantly annoyed. He regarded her suicide as a personal betrayal. The fact that he loved his wife, too, is beyond doubt.
In the difficult years of the war, he came to her grave. At night, so that, besides the security chief, no one knew ...