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The Trypillia Tragedy Wikipedia
The Trypillia Tragedy (Russian: Трипольская трагедия, Tripolskaya tragedia) is a 1926 Soviet drama film by Alexander Anoschenko-Anoda.
The film is based on a historical incident, the massacre of a Komsomol special detachment during the Russian Civil War in Ukraine. In 1919, during Anton Denikin's offensive, the Komsomol forces faced the irregular troops of the Army of Independent Soviet Ukraine, led by the turncoat rebel Daniil Ilich Terpilo (known as Ataman Zelyony (Russian: Зелёный, literally "Green")).
Zelyony's men surrounded the Komsomol forces at the village of Trypillia in Ukraine south of Kiev, trapped them on the steep banks of the Dnieper River, and slaughtered them.Yevgenia Petrova - Kate
Boris Bezgin - Secretary of the Komsomol District Committee
Vera Danilevich - Komsomol fighter
Vladimir Shakhovskoy - resident of the village of Trypillia
George Astafev - seminarian Daniel, member of Zelyony's gang
E. Timofeev - young Komsomol leader Mikhail Samoylovich Ratmansky