This was the Latvian Chekist Leonid Zakovsky (Henry Ernestovich Shtubis) counted a KGB experience in December 1917 and, thus, the once "stood at the cradle of the" all-powerful department of the Cheka-OGPU-NKVD. Like many of his comrades, LM Zakovsky came from the lower classes of society before the revolution: he was born in 1894 in the estate Rudbarzi, where his father, a landless peasant Courland, served as a guard in the forest estate of the German landlord. As soon as Henry was four years old, his father died, leaving a widow with four children in their arms. Oppression by poverty, the mother of the future security officer went to work in dairy farming estates, and sent his son to Libau to the elder sister, whose husband worked as a mechanic and was illegally in the Latvian party SRs. The family was reunited when Shtubis widow moved to Libau and on the outskirts of the city began to be rented for 25 rubles half a hectare of land for a vegetable garden.
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