Boris Bashilov

Boris Bashilov
Bashilov Boris (real name — Boris Platonovich Jurkiewicz) was born in Zlatoust, Chelyabinsk region. The exact date is not known — it is about 1908.

His father was director of the seminary, general councilor of state, later died of starvation during the revolution. Bashilov surname, which Boris took his stage name as, he wore one of his ancestors on the maternal side. The daughter of writer and an original carton with the graphic image of cabinet A. Bashilova — adjutant Emperor Paul.

works were published Boris began in 1924. He served on a committee of the North, has been involved in agitprobege from Sverdlovsk to Moscow, who described in his book "17000000 dog steps" and also participated in a polar expedition on the icebreaker "Sedov" in 1930, as described in the publication "ice North to the ground "in the magazine" Around the World. " In 1931, he published two of his Arkhangelsk kngi "Flute vigor" and "Ice and people».

In 1930 Boris traveled around the country — he lived in Turukhansk, which organized the hunting and harvesting fur, and then — in Orel, Arkhangelsk, where he worked in the newspaper "Sailor of the North", and in Kursk, where he worked in the newspaper "Kursk truth».

During World War II, Boris was captured, joined the Vlasov army, worked in the department of propaganda, it is equally hated the Bolsheviks and the Nazi power, dreaming about the revival of Russia on the national basis.

After the war, he fled to Argentina, changed its name to the name Tamartsev.

During the 1950s Bashilov creates seven books "History of Russian Freemasonry", and in 1960 two more: the eighth and ninth. Building on the significant historical materials of 17-20 centuries, Bashilov shows the "Freemasons" as a terrible anti-national force that seeks to destroy and dismember Russia. In his vision, a Peter ruling class and intelligentsia have fallen under the influence of Masonic ideology, and thus prepared the anti-Russian revolution.

Bashilov regarded not just as Freemasonry Westernist organization, and as an ideological weapon against Russia.

Bashilov sought to collect and classify materials as much as possible about the subversive activities of Jewish and Masonic organizations. To this end, he published anthology "The past and the future." Came ten rooms. Essays on Freemasonry in the reign of , published in the anthology "The past and the future", then a nine-book "History of Russian Freemasonry».

Died Boris Bashilov January 2 in 1970 in Buenos Aires (Argentina).