October 26 at 18.00 in The Museum “House on the Embankment” will be an evening of “Fate of the cross”, dedicated to the commander of the 2nd Cavalry army Philip Mironov.

The future hero of the civil war Philip Mironov was born in the village of Ust-Medveditskaya Don region in a Cossack family. In 1914, he volunteered for the army, and at the end of world war I was awarded 4 orders and the rank of military Sergeant. During the Civil war, Philip Mironov fought on the side of the Bolsheviks and received many awards. However, the fate of the hero of the First world war and the Civil war was tragic. Actively opposed to the policy of “raskazachivaniya” , in 1921 he was arrested on false denunciation and shot.

About the history of Philip Mironov, about raskazachivanii writer Yuri Trifonov in 1978 wrote the novel “the old Man”. People involved in the fate of the commander lived in The ” house on the waterfront.” About this paradoxical interweaving of destinies and biographies will be discussed in the report of the employee of the State archive of the Rostov region V. Grechko- “Destinies of crossing”.