The story of Vera, the girl who kissed the leader of the USSR
A little Soviet schoolgirl named Vera Kondakova became famous for the entire Soviet Union thanks to the fact that she kissed Joseph Stalin at the May Day parade! But how did this happen? And what imprint did this event have on Vera's future fate?
Faith was an ordinary Soviet childShe went to school, grew up in a modest and not wealthy family, but something still made her stand out from the rest of the children... Love for creativity and sincerity! The Girl sang in an ensembleand often performed with him at various events, such as government meetings. And one day Vera was spotted by the pioneer house authorities! The sweet, bright girl with round cheeks impressed them, and it was soon decided that Vera would congratulate Joseph Vissarionovich at the parade in honor of labor day!
Of course, such responsibility scarecrows girl! But there was no turning back. On the festive day Vera was given big bouquetThe bouquet was very heavy, and when the girl went up the stairs to the place where the governor was. The bouquet was very lush and heavy, and when the girl walked up the steps to the place where the ruler was, she was afraid to stumble and fall... Fortunately, this did not happen. When Stalin saw the little girl with the flowers, he took a step towards her, and Vera was able to hand over the bouquet without incident!
After saying her pre-learned greeting, the little heroine was left to watch the parade. To give her a good view, the girl was invited to climb up on a chair! In her own words, at that moment she felt incredibly happyand she was overwhelmed with the feeling of Pride for the duty they owe to their country.
At some point, the emotions overflowed Faith, and she kissed Joseph Vissarionovich on the cheek! Stalin, like a real father, reciprocated the embarrassed girl's affection and huggedand at the end of the parade he personally took off his chair and wished him every success in his studies!
For a long time, the popularity of the brave girl who kissed the leader of the USSR, did not fade away! She was written about a lot in the newspapers, and her picture was scattered all over the newsrooms! Sam Sergei Mikhalkov was so moved by her action that he even dedicated a dedication to the little heroine poem! However, after Stalin was gone, they began to talk about Vera. forget…
In fact, no powerful imprint, other than fond memories, was left by this event. After graduating from high school, Vera entered the Institute of National Economyand after graduation, she got a job at the USSR Gossnab. Initially, she wanted to connect her life with art and the stage - she dreamed of becoming a actress! But something in her chest clicked, and she changed his decision.
Today, Vera has a large family and lives in Moscow and fondly keeps pictures of those years. Many have long since forgotten about her, but for her that May Day parade is the most flashback in life...