Biography Pozhenyan Grigory Mikhailovich

Biography Pozhenyan Grigory Mikhailovich

(20.09.1922)

Pozhenyan Grigory Mikhailovich (September 20, 1922, Kharkiv). My father was a partisan in the civil war, then he built the Kharkov Tractor Plant, then headed the research institute, but eventually fell under the rink of repression. In 1939 he was drafted for the Navy. The war was met by the sergeant of the first article on the cruiser Molotov. Already in 1986 I remembered how, in the forty-first year, “we, the sailors, were asked: will we go to defend Odessa?” And the whole team, no matter how bitter it was already the very idea of ​​parting with the ship, took a step forward. In late July, on the cruiser Chervona Ukraine, “a special sabotage squad consisting of volunteers was taken to Odessa, and we took a clear naval step through the deserted city to Pasteur Street.” Later I went to reconnaissance more than once “(Krasnaya Zvezda, 1986, October 5). In those August days of 1941, a group of sailors under the command of Pozhenyan managed to repel the Germans from a water supply station and to supply water to Odessa. Pozhenyan himself was then seriously wounded in both his legs, in his head and in his hand. The soldiers considered that their comrade had died. Sprinkling the body of the fellow soldier with land, the sailors returned to the base. Mother Pozhenyan, a military doctor, the command sent a funeral. And he, luckily all, survived. Waking up, Pozhenian reached the shore, took a boat and went out into the open sea, where he was picked up by a boat and delivered to Sevastopol. The war ended in Romania. In 1947, with a troika in history, he entered the Literary Institute. A year later Vsevolod Vishnevsky published the first poem by Pozhenyan “The Wind from the Sea”. From the Institute he was twice expelled for supporting disgraced comrades and mentors. He received his diploma in 1952. The first collection of poems “


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Biography Pozhenyan Grigory Mikhailovich