Names of Liberty: Jakub Hareuski (1900 — 1968)

The basic meaning of his life from young years was struggle for national liberation. Varied enemies — the Bolsheviks, Poles, Germans, the Bolsheviks again — but the goal has not changed — free is independent Belarus.
With only 20 years old any Jakub joined Belarusian partisan anti-Polish and soon headed the department in Ruzhanskaya forest, which came in the guerrilla forces BNR. Maybe just Jakub Novik and then took for themselves illegal name, derived from the name of his native village Polessie Hareva. Near Hareuski acted Belarusian troops Sergei Clouds and Ataman reddish, also known Russian Cheka department Kirill Orlovsky, who sought to make the neighbors’ general staff. " The talks ended not in favor of Cheka, who gave the order not to cross the line Vilnius and Brest steel road.
In 1925, when the Poles took his department in the environment Hareuski managed to keep people dissolve them home, and leave most of the BSSR. In 1937, fleeing from the mass arrests of the NKVD, he had to cross the border in the direction of working.
First 1939 Baranovichi accomplished underground conference former friends Belorussian peasant labor Hulk. Secured partisan experience Harevskogo Ataman has again fit. He was instructed to prepare for the case Polessye German-Polish war of anti-Polish uprising. In August 1939 the forces were already Harevskogo 5 thousand people, but scheduled for September 18 assault Pinsk chieftain must cancel because begun so called "Liberation" campaign of the Red Army.
In 1942 Jakub Hareuski becoming one of the Governors Belarusian Popular partisan and headed its "Bench chieftains." During the retreat of the Germans his department name Nebaba captures in Lyubyashove on the Belarusian-Ukrainian border, a German arsenal (even with mortars). Fighting until the end of 1940 the Bolsheviks in Brest and Pinsk district, reaching Kosovo Stolina and Stone-Kashyrsky "nyababavtsy" Harevskogo become true legend Polessye.
Later Belarusian Ataman manages to smuggle his own people in Poland, and from there to West Germany and, eventually, to Brazil.
In 1967 the newspaper "Voice of Belarus", which was published in Toronto last ally Sergei Hmara contains article where Hareuski-Novik is referred to as a hero who died fighting for Belarus. "Dead Man" does not stand up and prints in response to a letter that the rumors of his death a few exaggerated. He does not know that the newspaper was wrong just a few months. In the spring of 1968 with Hareuski aide killed in a car crash. Such a method of execution of political opponents then extensively used by Russian secret services

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