May. 7th, 2017

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В 2012 году произошло одно достойное внимания событие. В online-доступ были выложены дневники королевы Виктории. Вот как об этом сообщает BBC:
http://www.bbc.com/russian/uk/2012/04/120422_queen_victoria_web_archive.shtml
The complete collection of Queen Victoria's private diaries is being made available to the public online for the first time.

The Queen launched the Queen Victoria's Journals website at Buckingham Palace.

The journals, running to 43,000 pages, provide a picture of her life from the first entry at the age of 13 until 10 days before her death aged 81 in 1901.
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The 141 volumes were made public by the Royal Archives and Bodleian Libraries at Oxford University.
Для жителей Великобритании дневники доступны по этому адресу.
http://www.queenvictoriasjournals.org
Для тех, кому не повезло родиться под британской короной, есть список прокси.
https://free-proxy-list.net/anonymous-proxy.html

Дневники, которые велись на протяжении почти всей жизни, составили 141 том... Удивительно, почему публикация королевских дневников не привлекла к себе никакого внимания "исследователей" дневников Николая II? И это при известной болезненной фиксации этой публики на происках "англичанки". Большие и маленькие утята не устают как заведённые из года в год перепевать мантру о дневниках Людовика XVI (разумеется, тоже сфальсифицированных), а недавнюю историческую сенсацию пропустили. Ведь перед нами дневник царской особы, попавший в печать не после гильотины и не через руки Покровского: дневник напечатан с разрешения САМОЙ КОРОЛЕВСКОЙ СЕМЬИ. Сравнение двух дневников наглядно показало бы нам, чем настоящий дневник венценосной особы отличается от примитивно сфабрикованной фальшивки.

Что ж, если "исследователей" не заинтересовала такая возможность, то давайте сами посмотрим, что таят в себе дневники королевы Виктории. Ткнув пальцем открываем дневник на записи от 10 июля 1864 года.

Sunday 10th July 1864
Out early, driving with Alice, & getting back for the 12 o'clock service in the Chapel, at which Mr Brookfield preached. — Saw Sir G. Grey afterwards, & at ½ p. 3, after luncheon, Bertie & Alix arrived. — heard today that the Mourad Ministry has resigned, a new one being formed with Count Moltke & Baron Bloem, quite a different kind of people, who will surely be ready to listen to reason. Sir G. Grey told me that Ld Palmerston had been very cautious in his speech, having been particularly warned not to say anything imprudent again. — At 6 drove with Alix & Alice down to the Deanery, where the girls & Louis & Bertie met us, & we went into the Wolsey Chapel, the decoration of the roof of which is magnificent. We also saw 2 of the windows. Then we drove round the Scopes to Frogmore, where we sat till 8. Very fine & warm. — Had this afternoon a long visit from the good Dss of Sutherland who got quite excited & over-enthusiastic in speaking of Garibaldi, & "of his divine Compassion, his head being so like Our Saviours, &c. I am so sorry for her having such "exalté" & to me foolish views about him. — Sir G. Grey & the Wellesleys dined.
Monday 11th July 1864
Again intensely hot. — Bertie — Alix left directly after breakfast. — Drove with Lenchen down to the Mausoleum, which I cannot bear to part from, & placed fresh wreaths, also visited dear Mama's & then sat out writing, till near 12. Very hot. — Received many letters & one from Vicky enclosing one from the King, in answer to what I wrote more than a week ago. But circumstances have already changed very much since then. — Saw Gen: Grey & packed papers with Mr Sahl. After luncheon I saw Sir C. Phipps, who is going abroad for a change of air, & Ly Caroline Barrington, who is going on leave. — At 4 we all left poor Windsor, to which I cling to so much, & which is so sacred to me now. Ly Caledon, Katherine Bruce, Flora McDonald, Gen: Grey, Col: Harding, Sir T. Biddulph, Alice's people, 2 Governesses, Mr Sahl & Mr Ruff went with us. Fearfully hot in the train. Had a perfectly smooth crossing & landed at our Pier, in Osborne Bay. The sea so blue, the air so pure, the sun so bright, & all so beautiful, all so like former blessed happy times, when for 17 summers we came here full of joy & life, at the end of a long fatiguing, season, & the great heat of London. It was 20 m. to 8 by the time we arrived. Dear little Baby Victoria, will live here, as she did at Windsor, in the dear old Nursery, just as in former times we had hoped & wished & now I am alone & can enjoy nothing thoroughly! — Only ourselves to dinner. So warm, that we sat out afterwards till past 10. Then I went upstairs & wrote. All silent, & so different to the past. The rooms everywhere arranged for us together, & still the same, but he who made life so bright for me, — gave!
Что же мы видим? Можно констатировать, что, в отличие от дневников Николая, дневник королевы Виктории написан более живым, более лёгким языком, сами записи более пространны. Но содержание этих записей?! Церковные службы, дети, погода, скурпулёзное перечисление гостей, скурпулёзная фиксация времени, преимущественное внимание мелочным бытовым событиям, а не делам государственного масштаба. Если сравнить это со списком "претензий" к дневникам Николая...

Может быть случайно выбранная запись не характерна для стиля ведения дневника? Давайте перенесёмся в 1854 год: идёт Крымская война, 25 октября произошла Балаклавская битва.

Wednesday 25th October 1854
A wet day. — Albert tried to go out shooting, but had to came back. — I, rode in the Riding School, with Lizzie Desart. — The Duke of Newcastle seemed anxious yesterday, but still very sanguine. Lord Hardinge is in very good heart, making light of the losses, which he says are nothing in comparison to those in the Peninsula & India. Many of the wounded, I think 500, have been returned to the ranks. — We drove to see Mama in the afternoon & then went to the Library. — Telegrams came in, one from Constantinople, saying that the bombardment was to commence on the 17th, — another from St. Petersburg, via the Hague, saying that the town had been bombarded by land & sea, on the 17th, that the Russians had lost 500 men, amongst whom Gen: Kerniloff (one of the Emperor's A.D.C.s) but that the fortifications had not suffered, & that the bombardment had been but feebly renewed on the 18th. This is the Russian version & considering the extraordinary lies which Menschikoff made about the Alma, we need not absolutely believe this. Still it makes one very anxious. — Col: Vyse, of the Blues, & Maj: Spitty (!!) of the Essex Rifles, to dinner. Seated as yesterday.
A wet day... Но здесь, хотя бы, государственные дела выведены на первое место. Конечно, кое-кто мог бы и спросить: а зачем королеве Виктории скурпулёзно переписывать в свой дневник телеграфные сообщения, у неё что, слуг не было? Но англичане, похоже, такими глупыми вопросами не задаются.

Зато через два дня...
Friday 27th October 1854
A very fine day, after a sharp frost. — We took a nice long walk, going to the Kennels, Farm & Gardens. — Pce Nicholas of Nassau came to luncheon. — In the afternoon there was an exhibition of Wombwell's Ménagerie, (which had been here once before some years ago) in the Quadrangle & we went with the Prince, the 7 Children & Ladies & Gentlemen to see it. There was a fine collection of lions & lionesses, leopards, a giraffe &c — a number of very droll monkeys, whom we fed & who chattered away famously. There were also a big & a small elephant, which performed all sorts of tricks. They were very tame & quick, walking about near us, & we all fed them. The big elephant afterwards dragged a cart with the Band about, the Band playing the "Hallelujah Chorus"!! What an idea! — Pce Nicholas left & we walked with the Boys down to Frogmore to visit Mama, who keeps improving. — The Dean of Windsor dined.
Через два дня погода, слава богу, улучшилась. И хотя цвет британской аристократии навсегда остался лежать под крымским небом, королевская семья едет в зоопарк, где наблюдает за смешными проделками обезьянок и слонов. Посещение выставки Уомбэлла и составляет главное впечатление королевского дня: ей посвящено самое подробное описание в дневниках королевы.

"Королеву просто пытаются выставить идиоткой", - пришёл бы к выводу проницательный дневниколожец. Вот только удобный тезис про очернение побеждённого монарха победившими революционерами к истории публикации ЭТИХ дневников никак не подходит. Потому и нет к ним интереса у опровергающей публики.

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