Kornilov, try on the uniform of the summer of 1917 Russian military dictator, a supporter of extremely harsh measures to restore order at the front and in the rear, gave the order to his troops as follows: "The prisoner did not take! The greater the terror, the more victories! " A number of modern writers have questioned the existence of such an order, or attributing it to the Bolshevik propaganda, or noting that writing it was not designed, and is not found in sources. However, his references, and even in a more rigid form, contained in the memoirs of contemporaries, written in hot pursuit. For example, a member of the Ice campaign, close to the Kornilov journalist A. Suvorin in published in 1919 book "PohodKornilova" writes: "Letting go of the battalion officers from Novocherkassk, Kornilov admonished him, in which he expressed his opinion on the exact Bolshevism: ..." Do not take I captured these scoundrels! The greater the terror, the greater the victory with them! "
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