User talk:Sergey kudryavtsev

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Again, welcome! The uſer hight Bogorm converſation 10:51, 26 November 2009 (UTC)

Personal questions[edit]

Hi,

do you mind if I were to ask you a few personal questions? Feel free to not answer them, but I ask them because I wish to know something about 'memory' in Russia or with Russians in general. I ask these questions to several native Russian speakers, so forgive me if you encounter these questions on different talkpages. So here are the questions:

  • When were you born?
  • Were you 16 or older in the 1980s?
  • Were you born in Russia/Soviet Union? Where?
  • How do you remember the Soviet-Afghan war/Afghan war?
  • How do you remember the Soviet repression, such as the Gulag or the prison camp system?
  • How do you remember the public discussion in the 1980s/1990s about the repression and the prison camp system?
  • How do you feel about the victims of the Afghan war and the victims of the repression?

Answer in anyway you like (which includes not answering as well of course), thank you very much.

Kind regards,

User:Mallerd (Zeg et es meisje) 12:30, 19 October 2013 (UTC)

  1. When were you born?
    In 1975.
  2. Were you 16 or older in the 1980s?
    I was 5 years old in 1980.
  3. Were you born in Russia/Soviet Union? Where?
    Yes, in Leningrad, Saint Petersburg now.
  4. How do you remember the Soviet-Afghan war/Afghan war?
    Yes, but i was too young to interesting about it. I have a second cousin, who was be at this war. He was a driver of military car (see w:en:UAZ-469). He returns alive, but i remembers a photo of his UAZ with many bullet holes on it.
  5. How do you remember the Soviet repression, such as the Gulag or the prison camp system?
    No. Nobody from my family was repressed. The term "prison camp system" is unknown for me. Its literal meaning hears too offensive, like in a USA-propaganda.
  6. How do you remember the public discussion in the 1980s/1990s about the repression and the prison camp system?
    Yes. But this time was too difficult for my family for lack of money. Any way don't want such final of those "discussion". Personally, i prefer to save Soviet Union in some form.
  7. How do you feel about the victims of the Afghan war and the victims of the repression?
    In my opinion, the sending our soldiers was a mistake of Soviet authorities. It should be gave help with weapon, intelligence information, but not send our regular military forces. USA authorities maked the resembling mistakes in Vietnam, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Iraq, [Syria], and so forth...

-- Sergey kudryavtsev (talk) 07:06, 22 October 2013 (UTC)