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 Moisei Uritsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moisei Solomonovich Uritsky (Моисей Соломонович Урицкий; 1873–August 17, 1918) was a Jewish Bolshevik revolutionary leader in Russia.
Moisei's mother raised her son in a Jewish religious environment which stressed the Jewish people's role as a separate holy nation that was discriminated and persecuted by Orthodox Christian Russian authorities.
Following the opening of Orthodox Christian Russian schools of higher learning, Moisei was admitted and studied at the University of Kiev.
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 Red Terror
Moisei Uritsky, chief of the Petrograd Secret Police was assassinated by a student and two weeks later Fanya Kaplan shot and severely wounded Vladimir Lenin.
Since the first massacres of Red prisoners by the Whites, the murders of Volodarsky and Uritsky and the attempt against Lenin (in the summer of 1918), the custom of arresting and, often, executing hostages had become generalized and legal.
Hundreds of people were arrested in various parts of the town, mostly officers, who were shot and thrown into the river, bound and thrown into the river, or bound, put into barges, and the barges sunk.
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 Science Fair Projects - Moisei Uritsky
Moisei Solomonovich Uritsky (1873 - August 30, 1918) was a Bolshevik revolutionary leader in Russia.
He was born in the Ukraine and studied at the University of Kiev.
Uritsky was made head of the Petrograd Cheka, or secret police, but was assassinated in August 1918.
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 Jüri Lina: UNDER THE SIGN OF THE SCORPION, the Rise and Fall of the Soviet Empire
The murder was also Uritsky’s punishment for stealing some of the confiscated riches from behind Lenin’s back, together with V. Volodarsky (actually Moisei Goldstein) and the freemason Andronnikov (who was chief of the Cheka in Kronstadt).
Uritsky led the investigation and learned the truth, upon which he also was murdered.
Moisei Uritsky, who investigated the murder of Volodarsky, refused to agree to this.
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 Magdeburg Sting 1936 - Part II (documents)
Moisei Boretsky (aka Uritsky), chief of the Petrograd Cheka.
On Aug. 30, the jewish head of the Petrograd's Cheka, Uritsky, was assassinated.
Even Moisei Uritsky's secretary was a 17-year-old jewish girl.
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 Moisei Uritsky
Moisei Uritsky, the son of Jewish parents, was born in the Ukraine, Russia, in 1873.
After the February Revolution, Uritsky and Leon Trotsky both left the Mensheviks and joined the Bolsheviks.
In March, 1918, Uritsky he joined the Communist Secret Police (Cheka) and was appointed Commissar for Internal Affairs in the Northern Region.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /RUSuritsky.htm   (246 words)

  
 The Bolsheviks Of Russia
Grigori Y. Sokolnikov [1888-1939]:a Bolshevik; friend of Trotsky; Commissar of Finance; a diplomat; member of the "Left Opposition"; Soviet ambassador to England; creator of the "chervonetz," the first stable Soviet currency; was part of "Russian" delegation that signed the Brest-Litovsk treaty in 1918; member of the Central Committee and Politburo.
Moisei Uritsky [1873-1918]: Uritsky was a Menshevik; chief of the Petrograd Cheka, in which capacity he ordered many people who opposed Communism to be executed as "counter-revolutionaries"; Commissar for Internal Affairs in the Northern Region; the commissar of the Constituent Assembly; member of the Central Committee; a member of the "Revolutionary Military Center."
Felix Dzherzhinsky [1877-1926]: a Pole; a high-strung fanatic; founder/director of the Cheka [All-Russian Extraordinary Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage], which was later renamed the State Political Directorate [GPU], which later became the OGPU and then the NKVD [Peoples Commissariat for Internal Affairs]; member, Central Committee; Commissar of Transport.
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 Wikinfo | Red Terror
The Red Terror was a program of repression conducted in Russia by the Bolsheviks in 1918, shortly after the Russian Revolution, during which 10 to 15 thousand perceived and real opponents of the Bolsheviks were summarily shot without trial.
The decree for the "Red Terror" was issued shortly after the simultaneous successful assassination of Petrograd Cheka head Moisei Uritsky, and attempted assassination of Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin on August 30, 1918.
These events convinced the Bolsheviks that they were facing severe infiltration by White agents, and that measures needed to be taken to combat this infiltration.
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 Fanny Kaplan - Wikipedia Mirror
When it became clear that Kaplan would not implicate other political opponents of Lenin, she was shot on September 3.
On August 17, only days before the attempted assassination of Lenin, Moisei Uritsky, People's Commissar for Internal Affairs in the Northern Region and head of the Cheka in Petrograd was assassinated.
While there was no objective evidence linking the two assassinations, the Bolsheviks used them as an excuse to eliminate their political opponents.
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 Pay No Attention to the Jews Behind the Curtain—the Iron Curtain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Jew Moisei Uritsky (Boretsky), a man who would kill 5000 officers with his bare hands, was its first Commissar.
It turned out that Lenin had also ordered the murder of Volodarsky for two reasons; first, to remove an undesirable, and second, more importantly, to have a reason for mass murdering the "enemy classes." His murderer, although never caught, was immediately branded as a right-wing Social Revolutionary.
Even Moisei Uritsky's secretary was a 17-year-old Jewish girl (from Heinrich Laretei's memoirs To the Toy of Fate, Lund, 1970, p.
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 Alexander Parvus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Initially he had intended for Nikolai Bukharin to lead the operation, but under the pressure of Lenin who mistrusted as a probable government agent (Trotsky's nickname for Nikolai Bukharin was "Nick Blabbermouth"), instead instituted Lenin's trusted contact man, Bolshevik Jacob Ganetsky.
The activities of agent couriers were organized through Jewish Bolshevik Moisei Uritsky, later to become the head of Soviet Petrograd's Cheka.
However, setbacks occurred, as Ganetsky's suspicious arms smuggling activities drew unwanted attention from British SIS who now traced Ganetsky to Parvus and hence to Baron von Wangenheim.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
It is believed that the incident contributed to his later strokes.
Following the assassination attempt on Lenin, and the successful assassination of Petrograd chief of secret police Moisei Uritsky, Stalin, in a telegram to Lenin, argued that a policy of "open and systematic mass terror" be instigated against "those responsible".
Lenin and the other Bolsheviks agreed, and instructed Felix Dzerzhinsky, whom Lenin had appointed to head the Cheka in 1917, to commence a "Red Terror", which was officially announced to the public on September 1, 1918, by the Bolshevik newspaper, Krasnaya Gazeta.
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 The Jewish Role In The Bolshevik Revolution And Russia's Early Soviet Regime Assessing the Grim Legacy of Soviet ...
It consisted of one Russian (Bubnov), one Georgian (Stalin), one Pole (Dzerzhinsky), and two Jews (Sverdlov and Uritsky).
This meeting was held on October 10 (old style, Julian calendar), and on October 23 (new style).
In 1918, he reported, this body had twelve members, of whom nine were of Jewish origin, and three were of Russian ancestry.
www.rense.com /general43/jewishrole.htm   (6287 words)

  
 Socialism Today - Lenin: the original dictator?
Among others involved were Romania, a legion of Czech former prisoners of war, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and the Baltic countries.
On 30 August 1918, the Bolshevik leader, Moisei Uritsky, was murdered, and Lenin was seriously wounded in an attempt on his life.
Two months earlier, the right wing of the Social Revolutionaries had killed another Bolshevik, V Volodarsky, press commissar for the Petrograd soviet.
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 Stalin
Whereas George Plekhanov, Pavel Axelrod, Lev Deich, Vladimir Antonov-Ovseenko, Leon Trotsky, Vera Zasulich, Irakli Tsereteli, Moisei Uritsky, Noi Zhordania, Andrei Vyshinsky and Fedor Dan supported Julius Martov.
In 1904 Stalin escaped from Siberia and within a few months he was back organizing demonstrations and strikes in Tiflis.
Two two weeks later Dora Kaplan shot and severely wounded Vladimir Lenin.
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 Bio at BlinkBits. Vladimir Lenin
On the 9 and 10 of August, Lenin sent out telegrams ordering mass executions, deportations, and concentration camps.
After the assassination attempt on Lenin and the succesful assassination of Cheka leader Moisei Uritsky on the same day, Lenin and the other Bolshevik leaders decided to respond with overwhelming force, both as retribution and as a deterrent for any similar future attempts.
This led to the particularly intensive period of oppression called the Red Terror.
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 Dropzone.com Skydive Forums: Community: Speakers Corner: NSA and YOUR phone calls: Page 11
Our gov't doesn't even want to take credit for all the terrorist plots that have been thwarted.
With Stalin it was the assisination of Moisei Uritsky, Chief of the Petrograd Secret Police and the shooting of Lenin shortly thereafter.
Stalin wanted those responsible to be subject to "open and systematic mass terror".
www.dropzone.com /forum/Community_C7/Speakers_Corner_F35/NSA_and_YOUR_phone_calls_P2222119-11   (3658 words)

  
 The Daily Perspective - Today's News with Historical Perspective   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
He is then hustled back to the Kremlin, and physicians are called in to treat his wounds as best they can.
Fearing a wider conspiracy - a likely reaction to the news of the murder of Moisei Uritsky, a prominent Bolshevik in the Northern Region, days before - Lenin refuses to leave the security of the Kremlin.
He does survive his wounds - but very few of his purported enemies will.
www.dailyperspective.com /Default.aspx?NLDate=8/30/2005   (2937 words)

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