27 июля 1941 года тело Ленина вывезли в эвакуацию

On November 7, 1941, Stalin took a parade on Red Square. At that moment there was nothing under the tribunes of the Mausoleum. Back in the summer, under the strictest secrecy, the most expensive Soviet relic – the body of “eternally alive" Lenin – was taken out of the capital for the Urals. The scientific experiment was not interrupted for a minute, however, at the same time it helped the family of the academician Boris Ilyich Zbarsky. It contributed to their survival during the most difficult years of the war. The mummy was returned to the Mausoleum for the Victory Parade, safe and sound. And Zbarsky was the one to suffer, as he was arrested in 1952.