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The Stone Bridge
Alexander Terekhov
June 3, 1943 at the Stone Bridge in Moscow a tragedy took place that shocked the political
elite of that time and became the starting point of the investigation into other historical
and political facts. Incredibly beautiful 14-year-old Nina Umanskaya, the daughter of a
Soviet diplomat, was killed by her classmate and admirer, Shakhurin Volodya, a son of
the People's Commissar. After that the young man shot himself.
The Stone Bridge tells about the 10-years-long Terekhov’s investigation of the case of the
“young wolves” and reveals some of the secrets of the Kremlin's private school, leading to
the ruling top of the Soviet Communist Party. The search for truth of the Stone Bridge
incident requires the reader’s patience: the historical authenticity of this work is supported by details of the search of witnesses who are trying to avoid an uncomfortable interrogation, supported by illustrations, documents and chronicles. The main purpose of
this titanic work of investigators is to ĕnd the historical truth. But does it exist?
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