Great-granddaughter Brezhnev will learn to live anew
In 2006 in the hospital. Kashchenko received a new patient. They brought her police officers who detained a woman for violating the passport regime. Age at first glance was difficult to define, as it happens with people who do not have a specific place of residence, in other words, vagabonds.
From the usual "bomzhiha" this lady differed in thatconfidently claimed that she was the great-granddaughter of Brezhnev. Representatives of law enforcement agencies decided that the very place of the relative of the secretary general is at Kanatchikov's dacha, next to other "outstanding people" or their descendants. The times when the mentally ill imagined themselves as Bonapartis and Kutuzovs were long gone. New times give rise to new mania, so the doctors decided, and proceeded to therapeutic measures.
But the truth is still revealed in all its glorydeserved specialists with many years of experience. Already painfully persistent, the patient appeared to them, persistently repeating the phone number, which should be called. Having typed it, physicians became convinced that before them really Galina Filippova, great-granddaughter of Brezhnev.
The condition of the relative of the late General Secretary wasawful. Behind her teeth, she had not watched for a long time, and tooth decay struck most of them. There was also a pediculosis, to put it more simply, attrition. The thirty-three-year-old woman for a long time lived as an antisocial element, interrupted by vagrancy and begging. But, despite this, with a thorough examination, the commission ascertained that Brezhnev's great-granddaughter is sane and mentally healthy.
About how she got from the elite of Soviet society to the Moscow pavement, she told, without hiding the details.
Family and childhood
A family in which this was born in 1973woman, was not just elite. The children of the last Russian emperor were brought up incomparably more modest and stricter than the descendants of the leader of the CPSU. The granddaughter of "dear Leonid Ilyich" Victoria was, in all likelihood, the most beloved person in the world, the head of the Land of Soviets. He really wanted her life to be more successful than her daughter Galina, windy and erratic. But the granddaughter also had no family happiness, despite the fact that the married couple had a pretty little girl named Galochka. In 1978 the great-granddaughter of Brezhnev found a new father. He became Gennady Filippovich Varakuta, an intelligent man, educated and in good office.
The girl went to a fine school, next tochildren of other outstanding and simply well-established people in life, apparently assimilating the simple idea that, although in the USSR everyone is equal, but it is somewhat "more equal" than the others.
After the death of my great-grandfather
Great-granddaughter Brezhnev went to the second class, whenher great-grandfather died. To the family of Leonid Ilyich, the subsequent secretary general did not regard things as bad, but certainly not as they did during his lifetime. The households lost a fair amount of privileges and benefits, but they were not subjected to special harassment. It is not known whether the girl entered the MSU faculty of physics, relying on a high level of knowledge, or the magic of the famous family worked, but whatever it was, she became a student. And I married an engineer. They did not have children.
In the new economic conditions that arose after the collapse of the Soviet Union, difficulties arose, to which many descendants of the Kremlin celestials were not ready.
My mother did not go well, and thenis completely bad. She tried to make money on the inherited real estate, but failed completely. All that was enough for the notorious "party money" is a modest house in the village. She did not have a place in it, apparently.
Help came from the children of her first husband Galina(Alexander and Natalia), that is, the grandchildren of the Secretary-General's grandchildren who lived in the United States for a long time. After a long separation, they realized how dear they were to Galina Filippova, the great-granddaughter of Brezhnev. A photo of the shaved naked patient of a psychiatric clinic can evoke sympathy for everyone, despite the foolish manner of behavior. After all, she herself is not to blame for her own helplessness, she was cherished, cherished and raised not for such a life. Today, Madame Filippova is forty, but she can not do anything.