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In Syzran revolutionary devils October 19 tried to take power in the city. A small crowd of 200 300 people, which included the armed revolutionaries, with red flags and the singing of the "Marseillaise" went forcibly close companies, stores, shops, post and telegraph, at gunpoint all disobey. At the mill Perezhogina, who did not want to obey the revolutionary thugs, gangsters mob broke down the gate, pulled the steam from boilers, turned off the electricity. By evening, the city was completely paralyzed, can not be bought anywhere else edible and even call a doctor, as cab drivers were afraid to go. The authorities have shown complete indecision. And then the order in the town restored the townspeople. The next morning, when a crowd of intellectuals, students and various semi-led revolutionaries moved through the city the second round, residents gathered in several groups, sticks and stones broke up the demonstration. The townspeople fled for troublemakers after him, knocked him off his feet, beat sticks, some revolutionary ringleaders simply disfigured. All through the night until the morning townspeople restored order in the city, searching every passing intellectual or Jew.

Hey, There's a Do on My Feet! by Ron Wheeler

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Author
Ron Wheeler
Publisher
Redemption Press
Date of release
Pages
50
ISBN
9781632320438
Binding
Hardcover
Illustrations
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Rating
5
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