Vladimir Bogomolov

Vladimir Bogomolov ( _ru. Владимир Осипович Богомолов; July 3 1926 in Kirillovka village, Moscow region — 30 December 2003 in Moscow) was a Soviet writer.

The Soviet Union was drawn into World War II when Bogomolov was still in school. He joined the Army after completing only seven grades. He started the war as a private. When the war was over, he had a company under his command. He was wounded and was awarded several medals during his active duty. He continued his military service until 1950 in the army intelligence in East Germany. In 1950 — 1951, he spent 13 months in jail without being formally charged. He retired in 1952. He graduated from the Department of Journalism of the Higher School of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. One of his early short stories "Ivan" ("Иван", 1957) was adapted to screenas "My Name is Ivan" ("Иваново детство", 1962) by Andrei Tarkovsky.

His most famous novel is "In the August of '44" (a.k.a. "The Moment of Truth", 1973) tells the story of SMERSH operatives that followed the frontlines, restored order and eliminated the remaining marauders and saboteurs. The novel has a unique style as it is partly told through pseudo-authentic military correspondence and documents: orders, circulars, telegrams and reports. The novel sustained over a hundred editions, was translated into multiple languages and was made into a film twice.

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