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Konstantin Grigor'evich Kromiadi


Konstantin Kromiadi, USSR Colonel.


Took part in the Civil War in the Caucasus fighting with L. Bicherakhov against the Red Army. Emigrated after the defeat of the Whites. Settled in Germany. During World War II, organized one of the first Russian anti-Stalin military groups on the German side.

Later joined General Vlasov as head of his office. Tried (unsuccessfully) to explain the situation of the anti-Stalin Russians in Germany to General Eisenhower, 1946. In the 1950s and 1960s, worked for Radio Liberty in Munich.

Wrote memoirs, Za Zemliu, Za Voliu, published in the USA, 1980.


Religions encourage war and violence to promote their religious goals.


The emphasis on peaceful coexistence doesn’t mean that the Soviet Union accepted a static world with clear lines. Socialism is inevitable and the "correlations of forces" were moving towards socialism.