Kerenski mismo--en el unico libro de memorias que escribio a lo largo de su vida (al principio titulado, con modestia, La catastrofe), cuya extension y caracter cambio segun llegaba cada nueva generacion a la cual habia que demostrarle que no estaba muerto aun el hombre que termino con el zarismo recordaba que el carruaje que se llevo a Aleksandr era un fantasma que recorria Simbirsk
por las noches, llevandose estudiantes rumbo a la nada.
The completion of the Belgorod Line in 1653 reduced the need for strel'tsy to defend the Arzamas Line, while more Kazan manpower was needed farther south to man the new Simbirsk
Line under construction from 1640.
The Chancellery of the Kazan' Palace (the region's governing office), for example, directed a convent in Simbirsk
to establish the first convent in nearby Alatyr'.
Historian Ivan Sivoplys - who discovered the telegram - claimed the bawdy Bolsheviks in Simbirsk
region were seeking some lewd fun after enduring two years of the grim Russian Revolution.
Full details of the shameful 1919 edict in a district of remote Simbirsk
emerged only after a telegram from revolutionary leader Lenin was discovered.
The Ulyanovsk local newspaper Orthodox Simbirsk
is still in circulation despite authorities holding preliminary hearings in January 2005 following a criminal case against the editor in 2002 for demonizing Jews.
El 10 de de Abril de 1870 nacio en Simbirsk
el genio revolucionario mas grande de los tiempos modernos: Vladimir Ilych Ulianov, llamado por otro nombre Nicolas Lenin.
Lenin was the third child in a family of six born to the Inspector of Popular Schools for the province of Simbirsk
At its heart is the city - once called Simbirsk
but renamed to honour Lenin's original surname - located along the Volga, a key shipping route for many centuries.
June 6 [June 18, New Style], 1812, Simbirsk
Elias brings from remote Simbirsk
a memory of Vladimir Ulyanov's (Nikolai Lenin's) birth.
Born in Simbirsk
(now Ulyanovsk), Goncharov spent his childhood on the family estate.