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ЗОЛОТО Колчака МОЖНО ВЕРНУТЬ! Япония хапнула золотой запас Российской Империи, а теперь хочет Курилы

Seditious telegram Seditious instagram Our playlist on this topic The other day Maria Zakharova said that Russia can raise the issue of tons of Royal gold remaining in Japan. "This issue," Zakharova said, " was repeatedly raised on the basis of available materials to the Japanese side through diplomatic channels. In response, it was clarified that there were no Russian values to be returned in Japan. The gold, as we were told, has been partially returned and partially used by the interested parties. But how did our gold get to Japan? Before the revolution, the gold reserve of tsarist Russia was huge – 1337 tons. Not counting the 300 tons that were in circulation in the form of gold coins. More had in their storerooms only the United States. After the war with Germany, the tsarist government ordered to send the country's gold reserves to the rear, dividing it between Nizhny Novgorod and Kazan. When the Civil war began, the Royal gold was in the hands of the Bolsheviks. But on August 7, 1918 the detachment of Colonel Kappel, storming Kazan, captured all the "Kazan" gold-507 tons. Kappel reported in a telegram: "Trophies can not be counted, captured the gold reserve of Russia in 650 million...". In addition, from the Kazan part of the gold reserve of the Russian Empire white got 100 million rubles credit marks, platinum bars and other values. Soon the treasure was in Omsk, Kolchak. He promised to keep the gold reserve of the Empire, but his army was in dire need of weapons, and it was possible to buy it only abroad. Kolchak sent gold to Vladivostok (three of the four echelons reached, one was captured and looted by ataman Semenov), where their contents were loaded into the cellars of the local branch of the state Bank, and from there it was sent abroad as collateral for loans to get weapons. Most of the gold went to Japan, where the main counterparty of Kolchak was "Yokohama Hurry Bank". However, having received gold, the Japanese did not put weapons to Kolchak. And the gold received in pledge, didn't return. Recently in the archives of the foreign Ministry in Moscow were found documents confirming the facts of transactions with the Japanese. We are talking about two credit agreements between the Japanese banking syndicate headed by "Yokohama Hurry Bank" and the representative of the state Bank of Russia in Tokyo Shchekin, acting on behalf of the Omsk government. It was the treaties of the inter-state level for manufacturing Japanese military arms for the army of Kolchak. The total cost of gold received by the Japanese side from the Kolchak administration in the form of a pledge for the promised arms supplies amounted to 54 and a half million gold rubles. This information leaked then even in the Japanese press. "Yesterday, Russian gold in the amount of 10 million yen arrived in the city of Tsuruga on account of a loan to the Omsk government in the amount of 30 million yen, "the Toke niti Newspaper reported on November 3, 1919. Meanwhile, Kolchak's army began to retreat under the blows of the red army. Near Irkutsk Kolchak was in captivity, and was shot by the Bolsheviks. The Japanese cynically used it not to make deliveries and not to return the gold transferred to them as a pledge. But that's not all… The remains of gold, not yet sent abroad, were stored in the state Bank branch in Vladivostok. During the night of 29 into 30 January 1920, landed from the Japanese cruiser "Hizen" troops have cordoned off the area, the Bank intervened heavily armed samurai. He commanded the operation, Colonel Japanese intelligence Rokuro, Ijoma. And helped him become a traitor Kolchak General Sergei Rozanov, dressed in Japanese uniform. The Japanese loaded about 55 tons of Russian gold into the holds of their cruiser. In fact, it is the gold they just stole. But that was not all. Gold passed into the hands of the Japanese and other ways. Thus, in November 1920, the head of the rear of the Kolchak army, General Petrov gave 22 boxes of gold for "temporary storage" to the head of the occupation Japanese military administration in Transbaikalia and Manchuria, Japanese Colonel Rokuro Izome. In February 1920, a military Sergeant-major of the Ussuri Cossack army handed over to the commander of the 30th Japanese infantry regiment Colonel Servant for storage two boxes and five bags of gold confiscated by the white guards in the Khabarovsk office of the state Bank 38 poods of gold. 33 boxes of gold __ Subscribe to kramola in social networks: VC OK Telegram Instagram The website #gold #Japan #Kolchak