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Title: 60 лет назад 106 детей погибли в страшном пожаре в школе. Почему КГБ скрыл трагедию?

Description: 5 ноября 1961 года, в чувашской деревне Эльбарусово произошел, возможно, самый страшный пожар за всю советскую и российскую историю. За десять минут дотла сгорела средняя школа, в которой как раз проходил праздничный концерт. В огне погибли 110 человек — 106 детей, в том числе 20 дошколят, и четыре педагога. Следствие признало главным виновником учителя физики, который случайно поджег бензин и сбежал из школы. Детей хоронили под присмотром КГБ, а трагедию скрывали, ничего не сделав для того, чтобы она не повторилась.

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