Children's Home No. 6
Children's Home No. 6 was an orphanage in Moscow established for orphans from fascism. It was established for Austrian and German children and was considered a model in the Soviet Union, housing some 130 children. In 1938, a number of the teenaged residents were arrested in the so-called Hitler Youth Conspiracy, bringing pressure to close the school.
Notable former residents
- Barry McLoughlin, Kevin McDermott (Eds.), Stalin's Terror: High Politics and Mass Repression in the Soviet Union Palgrave Macmillan (2003), p. 182. ISBN 1-4039-0119-8. Retrieved November 29, 2011
- Barry McLoughlin, Kevin McDermott (2003), p. 219
- Atina Grossmann, "German Communism and New Women" in: Helmut Gruber and Pamela M. Graves (eds.) Women and Socialism, Socialism and Women: Europe Between the Two World Wars (1998), pp. 160. Berghahn Books. ISBN 1-57181-152-4 Retrieved November 13, 2011