samedi 15 octobre 2011

The African Galina Dzhugashvili, granddaughter of Stalin.

Galina Dzhugashvili, daughter of Yakov Dzhugashvili, the eldest of three children recognized by Stalin, and a beautiful dancer known, Russian Jewish Odessa, Yulia Meltzer, born in Moscow February 19, 1938 and died in Moscow on August 27 2007 at the Burdenko military hospital in Moscow, is the granddaughter of Stalin (real name Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili) and Ekaterina (Kato) Svanidze.
His father Yakov was in the Soviet artillery during the Second World War. He  was captured with his entire unit in July 1941 by the Wehrmacht. Considering the prisoners as traitors, Stalin refused to exchange him against the German Marshal Friedrich Paulus. He was shot by the Wehrmacht in 1943 while trying to escape from the prison camp of Sachsenhausen.
His mother, Yulia,  was jailed for eighteen months in the jails of the Lubyanka in Moscow and Engels. She died in 1967.
Galina received a doctorate in philology at the University of Lomonosov Moscow where she met in 1968, a mathematician Algerian, Hocine Bensaâd.
She worked all her life as a translator for the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Institute of World Literature at Gorky. She was a member of the Russian Union of Writers.
She married Hocine Bensaâd his Algerian mathematician, exiled in Moscow who then worked at the United Nations before being appointed director of the University Centre of Setif in Algeria.           
Their marriage requires the consent of the head of K.G.B. Yuri Andropov. In 1970, they had a son named Selim, severely disabled.
She stayed three times in Algeria with his son Salim: "We've been married 37 years, of which 7 years were spent in obtaining registration of our marriage. My husband is from Algeria ...
I would, of course, to visit his country. But with my last name, it was impossible. Through our friends we managed to deliver a letter into the hands of Yuri Andropov, head of the KGB. This is the K.G.B. that controlled all the time. He responded quickly, saying, My lads, take care of it". she tells.
         The fellows andropoviens ordered the office of the civil register our marriage, but on one condition: “Galina Dzhugashvili and his son were never to leave the USSR. "

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