Lenin in Gork Manor

  The 20th century is an extremely extraordinary and great century, a great century in which great men were born.
  Lenin, formerly known as Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, the great mentor and leader of the proletariat and working people of the world, the founder of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and the founder of the Bolshevik Party, is undoubtedly the shining star One of the greatest and most brilliant superstars in the era of
  Lenin was born in a poor family in Simbirsk on the Volga River on April 22, 1870. Lenin, who was determined to build an equal, free and happy home for the proletarians since his youth, led the people through a bloody struggle decades ago, and finally overthrew the tsarist regime in 1917 and achieved the October Socialist Revolution. Victory established the world’s first socialist country where working people are the masters.
  The revolution succeeded, the people became the masters, Lenin’s great dream came true, and the Bolshevik banner was raised high on Soviet Russia.
  However, the newly-born young Soviet regime is facing extremely severe challenges, and the whole country is still in war and famine. 1918 was destined to be an unforgettable year in history. On August 30 of that year, in order to defend the victory of the October Revolution, Lenin came to the mass meeting at the Mikherson factory to give a speech in order to mobilize and mobilize the masses. When leaving the meeting, he was shot by a Social Revolutionist terrorist and seriously injured. Although the murderer was shot soon, Lenin’s physical condition has deteriorated ever since.
  On September 25, 1918, in the outskirts of Moscow in late autumn, the sky was clear and the autumn was high. After persuasion, Lenin, who was ill, finally agreed to temporarily put down his work and came to the Golk Manor, 40 versts away, to take care of him.
  The first time I walked into the Gork Manor was also in the late autumn October when Russia was filled with deep coolness. But the passion for pilgrimage is so hot, so hot! I walked along the boulevard that Lenin once walked, and impatiently stepped into the gate of the Gork Manor and walked into Lenin’s former residence.
  The manor is built on the high bank of the Turovka River. From the manor you can overlook the dense forests, vast meadows and the charming scenery of the river valley in the distance.
  The manor is very grand, classical and magnificent. It is an exquisite complex of buildings with a history of more than 400 years. The core building is a two-story main building that highlights the neoclassical style. On the north and south sides of the main building, there are two side buildings of various styles. In the center of the courtyard surrounded by the main building and the north and south side buildings is a circular flowerbed full of flowers. In the center of the flower bed is the classic fountain. Looking up and down the courtyard, ponds, orchards, stone steps, small bridges, benches… are scattered all over the place. They are so natural and appropriate, so pleasing to the eye, so exquisite and exquisite. It is really amazing and lingering.
  I held my breath, stepped gently, and walked slowly into the building, for fear of breaking the tranquility here and disturbing Lenin’s resting soul. I walked through one corridor after another, from room to room, and found that everything here remained the same as Lenin’s life. The bedroom, office, reception room, library, dining room, balcony… flashed in front of my eyes, I watched, I thought. Oh, this is the telephone that Lenin used back then. It’s here. He directed the war and guided the planning of the grand blueprint for Soviet Russia’s economic construction; this is the room where Lenin once lived, with small beds, white sheets and The unpretentious furnishings, how many sleepless nights he has spent here, and how much people’s well-being and well-being he has spent here; this is the desk and the green lamp that Lenin used to use. Isn’t there still a tabletop that he has read The book? There is also the pen that he carries with him. He has used it to write many battle essays, read and criticize how many urgent ciphertexts that changed the destiny of mankind… They are all loyal partners and comrades in arms of Lenin. Although the master has gone, they are still loyal Duty, silently telling Lenin’s moving story of the past.
  Every path in the manor has left deep footprints of Lenin; the flowers and trees in the manor all remind people of Lenin’s kind figure.
  Lenin lived and worked here intermittently for nearly 6 years from staying in the Golk Manor for the first time in the fall of 1918 to his death in the room in the main building of the manor. 6 years, more than 2,000 days and nights, this is how short in the long river of human history, but these 6 years are the busiest, most precious, and greatest in Lenin’s life, as well as his journey in life. The last swan song!
  Lenin’s life was a life of battle, a life of busyness.
  The last six years of Lenin’s life were the most critical moment for the Soviet regime and the most difficult time for the Bolsheviks. Lenin moved into the manor for the first time with an injury, and hurried away after only 20 days. The critical war in the south, the counter-attack of the reactionary forces, the great famine of the people… The seriously injured Lenin, even though he loved this picturesque manor house so much, he dragged his sick body and hurried back to his tense work. , Because the Kremlin can’t live without him for a moment.
  After that, in summer or winter, Lenin often took time to live in the manor. However, he never let go of his work. To him, coming here was just a change of working place. In the manor, on the wandering road, at the desk, on the sickbed, he knew all the major events at home and abroad, and commanded if he could decide; in the manor, he gave orders to the fighting frontline troops at any time; in the manor, he He personally worked out the program for the new offensive to smash imperialism; in the manor, he closely followed the new trends in world diplomacy; in the manor, he personally participated in the struggle between theoretical fronts and various reactionary thoughts; also in the manor, he thought and proposed the first A magnificent grand vision of socialist construction…
  Long-term tension and overwork, early exile, the torture of exile, and the criminal gunshot wounds in 1918 have caused the health of Lenin, who was once proud and passionate, to suffer. Severe damage made him feel tired and difficult to support, and his condition gradually deteriorated. But Lenin on the sick bed was still reading and listening to all kinds of important information, and still dictating instructions. He still showed great optimism, great endurance and perseverance. He never forgets his country, party, and people. He still works hard for the great ideal he pursues throughout his life!
  At 18:50 on January 21, 1924, the superstar fell and Lenin died!
  This is a heartbreaking moment for proletarians all over the world!
  The temperature in Moscow dropped to minus 30 degrees, dripping into ice. But the team that came to see off his great leader stretched several kilometers away, and the flow of people paying homage to Lenin’s legacy rolled through four days and nights. It’s really sad, weeping blood!
  On January 23, Lenin’s body went along the snow-covered birch tree-lined path in Gorke, leaving people forever away.
  No, Lenin has not gone far, he is still by our side, he is always in our hearts!
  The teacher is forever, Lenin is forever!