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When the latter refused the offer, he and his top associates were shot dead.
A summit held in May 1994 in Vienna rewarded him with what was left of Glugech's business.
After Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II, Stalin was recruiting more men to fight for the nation, offering prisoners freedom if they joined the army.
Many flocked to help out in the war, but this act betrayed codes of the Thieves' World that one must not ally with the government.
The prison officials encouraged the violence, seeing it as a way to rid the prisons of criminals.
After the death of Stalin, around eight million inmates were released from gulags.
Those that survived the imprisonment and Bitch Wars became a new breed of criminal, no longer bound to the laws of the old Thieves' World.
The excuse to bring them together was that it was a birthday party for Victor Averin, the second-in-command of the Solntsevskaya Bratva.
However, Major Tomas Machacek of the Czech police got wind of an anonymous tip-off that claimed that the Solntsevskaya were planning to assassinate Mogilevich at the location (it was rumored that Mogilevich and Solntsevskaya leader Sergei Mikhailov had a dispute over million), and the police successfully raided the meeting.
Vladimir Lenin attempted to wipe them out, but failed During Stalin's reign as ruler, millions of criminals were sent to gulags (Soviet labor camps), where powerful criminals worked their way up to become vory v zakone ("thieves-in-law").