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EXCURSIONS PUBLIC-HISTORICAL.In connection with the growing anarchy and impotence of power, the arrival in Tula of Comrade. Minister of Internal Affairs Khizhnyakova.
At the Cartridge Plant in a mechanical workshop you were driven on a wheelbarrow by a senior master. Unrest among students on political grounds. Some gymnasiums were closed. In Tula, organized (by the Mensheviks and Socialist-Revolutionaries), the Committee for Public Security, later turned into a committee of people's struggle against the counter-revolution. The Bolsheviks organized a military revolution. Committee. In Tula, a joint union of trade-industrialists, homeowners and clergy was created. The Council, by the Socialist-Revolutionary Menshevik majority (147 votes against, 109 votes), rejects the Bolshevik resolution on the transfer of power to the Soviets. Elections to the Constituent Assembly in Tula. In the first place the Bolsheviks. Working Tula gives its own, voices to the Bolsheviks (list SH 5).
Council Rab. And Sold. The deputies decided to take power into their own hands.
Created lips. Military revolutionary committee, which included: Kaminsky, Kaul, Kaptsinel, Kremnev (anarchist), Maksimovsky (died), Prokudin, Bundurin (killed), Shkiryatov (now in Moscow, in the Central Control Commission) and Drobyshev (the left Es-er).
The left-wing Social-Revolutionary Committee entered the Military Revolutionary Committee:
Titov, Sundukov and Chernov. N. Dobrotvor..
Tula Artistic and Historical Museum
(Tula, Kommunarov Street, "House of Soviets").
Open daily, except on Thursday, from 11 -2 1/2 hours.
The entrance is free.
House of Soviets in Tula (Kommunarov Street).
It houses: the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Istpart and the Museum, the Sanitary Enlightenment,
The museum was founded on May 1st, 1-919. He was created from the museum of the "Chamber of Antiquities", collected during 25 years by NI Troitsky, a Tula researcher of the region. From the time of the October Revolution, art received from the landowners' estates (Bobrinsky, Olsufiev, Golitsin, Gagarin, Obolensky, etc.) and private collections in Tula (AM Salishchev, Ragouli, etc.) entered the museum, as well as those obtained from Moscow State Fund.