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Felix Dzerzhinsky who founded the Cheka, which later became the KGB

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FELIX DZERZHINSKY, HEAD OF THE CHEKA

Felix Dzerzhinsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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чекист - Google Search

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Felix Dzerzhinsky | Ф. Э. Дзержинский

Felix Dzerzhinsky-Dzerzhinsky, on the advice of Stalin, instigated the Red Terror. The Bolshevik newspaper, Krasnaya Gazeta, reported on 1st September, 1918: "We will turn our hearts into steel, which we will temper in the fire of suffering and the blood of fighters for freedom. We will make our hearts cruel, hard, and immovable, so that no mercy will enter them, and so that they will not quiver at the sight of a sea of enemy blood. We will let loose the floodgates of that sea.

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Felix Dzerzhinsky of the Soviet Cheka (Secret Police)

The funeral of Felix Dzerzhinsky in Moscow, July 1926. Joseph Stalin is amongst the pallbearers

Felix Dzerzhinsky-the first head of the Extraordinary Commission (later the NKVD and KGB). ethnic Poles

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