so-called Leninís last will and testament
Being the only related niece of V.I.Lenin, I
consider it to be my duty to make a Statement concerning the body of
Lenin, buried according to the Russian Christian custom in the Mausoleum.
Rumors about alleged ďLeninís
last will and testamentĒ, where he should be buried, have not been
founded on any documents. Such documents do not generally exist, neither
in the former Central Party Archive, nor in any other archives.
The initiative of preserving Leninís
body rests not with separate persons but with the whole people.
The Mausoleum of V.I.Lenin has been created on
the Decision of the I Meeting of the Soviets of the USSR (1924)
Leninís wife, N.K.Krupskaya,
his brother, D.I. Ulianov, his sisters, Ann and Mary Ulianovs have agreed
to the burial of Lenin in the Mausoleum.
I confirm it with the whole responsibility and
credibility. It is also known, that the Mausoleum of V.I.Lenin is under
the Protection of the UNESCO.
I am sure that the body of Lenin must be preserved
in the Mausoleum on Red Square in Moscow. Because it is quite evident,
that his re-burial might give start to very unpredictable consequences.
According to the acting legislation, being the
only near relation to V.I.Lenin I insist on prevention of a possible
O.D.Ulianova - the daughter