A memorial plaque to Admiral Kolchak was shot in St. Petersburg

Utilities of Saint-Petersburg on the decision of the court took the plaque to Admiral Alexander Kolchak from the house to a Large entrance Zelenina street. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to the press service of the Petrograd district of the city.

It is noted that the removal was made on the morning of 5 July. The Board will be kept in the Museum of urban sculpture, writes kp.ru.

Smolninsky district court of St. Petersburg decided to dismantle the Board in January of 2017, noting that she was hanged without consideration of information about committed by the Kolchak mass repression. There was a total of five claims with the requirement to recognize the illegal. As a defendant by the government of St. Petersburg, and as stakeholders were involved in the Committee for culture of Smolny and historical-cultural center “White matter” that originated to perpetuate the memory of the Admiral.

A sign posted in November 2016 at the house where Kolchak lived from 1905 to 1912. The Board is repeatedly filled with black paint, particularly two days after installation, and in February 2017.

Kolchak is one of the leaders of the white movement during the Russian Civil war 1917-1924 years. From November 1918 to 1920 he headed the counter-revolution, then was betrayed by the allies, was captured by the Bolsheviks and executed.