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Open the home page, and then look for links to the information you want. If you still cannot find the page you are seeking you may want to try the Wayback Machine at the Internet Archive Project. From the 17th century, the Kosmodemyansky were priests in the Russian Orthodox Church. Zoya’s grandfather Pyotr Kosmodemyansky was murdered in 1918 by militant atheists for his opposition to blasphemy. In 1929, the family moved to Siberia for fear of persecution. In 1930 they moved to Moscow.
Zoya’s favorite subject in school was literature. Her teachers noted her essays for deep understanding of the subject and for imagery. She read far beyond the curriculum. Kosmodemyanskaya joined the Komsomol in 1938. In October 1941, still a high school student in Moscow, she volunteered for a partisan unit. To her mother, who tried to dissuade her, she answered «What can I do when the enemy is so close?
If they came here I would not be able to continue living. In Petrischevo, Zoya managed to set fire to horse stables and a couple of houses. Why are you looking so sad? Be brave, fight, beat the Germans, burn, trample them!