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“Peter I did not develop immunity to evil in childhood” Vladimir Medinsky continues the series of programs “Stories from Russian history”

Vladimir Medinsky in the program of the cycle “Stories of Russian history”.

On the channel “Russia K” continues a series of programs by Vladimir Medinsky on Russian history. In them, the presenter discreetly and figuratively tells in detail what passions occurred during the development of the Russian state, what vices overwhelmed the emperors and empresses, and connects the events with the motivation of the mentioned heroes.

In the next episodes of the cycle Stories of Russian history, the viewer will learn how and why Peter I grew up, as well as hear a paradoxical and interesting hypothesis about the self-perception of the emperor on the throne.

– In the language of psychologists, Peter I did not develop immunity to evil, – explains Vladimir Medinsky. -His father spoiled him and loved him so much that he created the so-called Petrov Regiment, the first funny regiment. Perhaps he did not like being king at all. He liked to achieve a goal, a result, but rituals and royal status were repugnant. Therefore, he will always play reincarnations.

Also, the audience will hear in what conditions the young Peter I grew up and who wanted to get rid of him.

– [Бояре] The Miloslavskys abruptly start a contrary intrigue, – says the presenter. – All fans of the series “The Godfather” and “Fargo” can imagine how it happened. A crisis is always an opportunity, so the archers decided. And then there was no way to stop the bloodbath. All this happened in front of young Peter.

“Stories from Russian history”, “Culture”, Saturday-Sunday, 1:25 p.m.


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