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Thus, during the war, anti-government proclamations

Appeared at the Bryansk plant approximately quarterly. Search

Mysterious elusive groups of Social Revolutionaries and anarchists was one of the main

cares of the gendarmerie police of the Bryansk district and undoubtedly became noticeable

fact of local public life. This circumstance was used in

self-interest of one of the representatives of the agents. In October 1916 in

the hands of the police hit two typed proclamations,

signed by the League of Equal Communist Anarchists. Turned on himself

attention is their pompous style, fiction mystery and

threatening tone, the use of digital cipher. It allowed

The police department concludes that the proclamations

rigged. As a result of a special investigation,

found that the proclamations were received by the bailiff of the city of Bryansk from

there is no one Klyagin who expressed a desire to become an informant for the Gendarme

control in exchange for his device at the Bryansk plant with obtaining

armor from the call. Klyagin knew the underworld well before the war

supplied the police with criminal records, in most cases

cases wrong for the sake of reward. He himself, his wife and sister-in-law

livelihood mined theft. Making fake

Klyagin wanted to give more weight to his services40.

The appearance of proclamations originally produced on workers

unfavorable impression. In a patriotic setting, it

40 Ibid, l.7.Submission of the Head of the OGUU to the Police Department. 04.11. 1916

Ibid, l.16 Attitude of the Police Department to the Head of OGUJ. 05.12. 1916

In the same place, l. Report of the assistant chief of the OGUU in Bryansk and Karachev counties. December 4, 1916

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perceived as a phenomenon emanating from forces hostile to the Russian

statehood and on this basis was not assessed as actions

aimed at protecting the interests of workers, but as an act of subversion.

Thus, the appearance of the first proclamation on July 27, 1914 provoked a protest with

the parties of the Bezhetsk organization of the SR party41. Similar moods

persisted for quite a long time. More than a year appearance on

The plant of proclamations continued to explain the intrigues of the enemy. Between themselves

the craftsmen said that when the Russians were victorious, no one would scatter

proclamations, and when the Germans were driven from Russia, German

proclamations. In Raditz, the famous old Social Democrat, a former worker

leader during the 1905 revolution, told the workers that these proclamations

“Released beyond our desire, by the Germans or their minions.

At present, Russia is already suffering from the dominance of the Germans, who want it

completely enslaved