In may 1922 Lenin proposed to expel intellectuals actively critical of the Soviet regime. Thus, it could sementi the death penalty. Trotsky commented on this decision: “We have these people sent because firing them no reason, and to endure was impossible.”
The steamer Oberburgermeister Haken” the philosophers on Board sailed on September 29, 1922. It was S. L. Frank, N. A. Berdyaev, S. E. Trubetskoy, I. A. Il'in, A. A., Kizevetter, B. P. Vysheslavtsev, M. M. Novikov, M. A. Ilyin (Osorgin), Professor Bauman C. I. jasinskaja and others. September 30, the ship arrived in the German city of Stettin. On Board were about 30 people from Moscow and Kazan, the total number of families accounted for 70 people.
November 16, 1922 from the country went another steamer, which was more than 40 exiles, including L. P. Karsavin, N. About. Lossky and I. I. Lapshin.
Karsavina sorry, he in 1927 he received an invitation to take the chair at the University of Kaunas, where his Bolsheviks in the 44th first was dismissed, and in the 49th was arrested and imprisoned - he's in camp and died. In the 52nd, Abuse, where Punin sat, which is also where he died.
«А мы жертвы агрессии. И мы, как мученики, попадем в рай. А они просто сдохнут, потому что они даже раскаяться не успеют».