BIOGRAPHY LAVRENTIA OF BERIA
Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria is one of the most influential politicians of the Stalin period, the omnipotent NKVD chief, whose name is associated both with executions of representatives of the party and military elite, mass repressions, and important achievements in the field of increasing the economic potential of the country, reorganizing foreign intelligence activities, and creating domestic nuclear weapons.
Beria began to work in the party during his studies in Baku – he became a member of an underground student Marxist cell, where he served as treasurer. In 1917, he joined the Bolshevik Party. In the same year, being a technician trainee at a hydraulic engineering enterprise, he traveled to Romania. From 1931, Lavrenty Pavlovich worked as secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Georgia. In 1918, Lavrenty Pavlovich returned to his homeland and subsequently worked in various party and Soviet posts in the Transcaucasus. In the period 1919-1921. He was a student at the Baku Polytechnic, but was then recalled to serve in the Cheka of Azerbaijan. Philip Makharadze, Mir Jafar Bagirov and Lawrence Beria (1935). Since 1931, he worked as secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Georgia, making a huge contribution to the development of the national economy of the republic. In 1938, he moved to Moscow, where he headed the State Security Directorate of the NKVD, and then the People’s Commissariat itself. In 1938, Beria moved to Moscow and headed the State Security Directorate of the NKVD. Read: 6 Hollywood actors who were stumped for their roles. While in this position, he initiated the release from prison of prisoners on false charges. In 1939, more than 11 thousand military officers were rehabilitated. But then the arrests of the military elite continued, reducing the combat capability of the army. In addition, on the eve of the Great Patriotic War, the NKVD authorities conducted an eviction to the east of the USSR “unreliable elements” from the Baltic States, Ukraine, and Belarus. With the beginning of the war, Beria entered the State Committee of Defense, which had full power in the country. He was headed by Joseph Stalin, and Lavrenty Pavlovich in 1944-45. was chairman of the Operations Bureau, controlling the heavy industry, coal and oil industry, transport. He also organized the quick evacuation to the rear of enterprises located in the west of the country, creating roads and airfields for them to work in new places with the aim of providing the front with everything necessary. Joseph Stalin and Lawrence Beria In wartime, he was directly involved in deportation, when innocent citizens and children were subject to relocation together with criminals. In 1941, during the fascist offensive against Moscow, by his order, hundreds of prisoners were shot without trial. Moreover, for all soldiers who were captured or not wishing to fight, the public death penalty was used. In 1945, Beria led the activities of the Atomic Bomb Special Committee. In 1945, Beria led the activities of the Atomic Bomb Special Committee, as well as the work of a network of foreign intelligence agents, thanks to which the USSR was aware of all the most important technical developments in this area of US nuclear research scientists. In 1949, the first national atomic bomb was successfully tested, and Beria received the Stalin Prize. Lavrenty Beria (far right) at Stalin’s funeral Read: 10 stars who abandoned their children After the death of the “Father of Nations” in 1953, Beria headed the Interior Ministry and was deputy. Chairman of the Council of Ministers. Trying to strengthen his position in power, he initiated the release of a number of judicial reforms, the decree on amnesty, which released more than one million prisoners, on the cessation of the sensational “doctors case” on the prohibition of cruel interrogation methods. In 1953, a conspiracy was organized against Lavrenty Beria. However, at the suggestion of Nikita Khrushchev, a conspiracy was organized against Lavrenty Beria, and in June 1953 he was arrested at a meeting of the Presidium. He was accused of treason, moral degradation and relations with foreign intelligence.
PERSONAL LIFE LAVRENTIA OF BERIA
The head of state security in 1922 was married to the beautiful Nina Teimurazvna (nee Gegechkori), whose family belonged to an impoverished noble family. The firstborn of the couple died in early childhood. In 1924, their son Sergo was born. All her life she supported and justified the activities of her spouse. Lavrenty Beria with his wife and son Read: 4 situations because of which a woman throws even the nicest man Apart from her, in the last years of her life the minister had a civil wife, at the time of acquaintance a schoolgirl Valentina (Lyalya) Drozdova, who gave birth to his daughter Martha. Lavrentiy Beria with his son Sergo Read: 6 signs of a man who overestimates himself A number of researchers believe that the Commissar allegedly was not just a lover of women, but a pervert rapist with a sick psyche, who had many broken lives on his account. It is not excluded that he not only sent the intractable darlings to jail or to the logging, but also killed.