The Moscow Kremlin, often referred to as simply The Kremlin, is a historic fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, Russia, overlooking the Moskva River (to the south), Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square (to the east) and the Alexander Garden (to the west). It is the best known of kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes four palaces, four cathedrals and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of Russia.

The name "Kremlin" is often used to reference the government of the Soviet Union, and for the present Russian Federation.

Kremlin in The Hot WarEdit

The Kremlin was destroyed when the United States deployed multiple atom bombs against Moscow in March, 1951.[1]

Kremlin in In the Presence of Mine EnemiesEdit

The first German Panzer IV to enter the Kremlin was displayed in Soldier's Hall in Berlin.[2]

Kremlin in WorldwarEdit

The Soviet Union was ruled from the Kremlin. During his term as General Secretary, Vyacheslav Molotov maintained a separate room in the Kremlin for meeting with the ambassador of the Race, and changed his clothes after each such meeting, fearful that the Lizard had placed an imperceptible listening device on Molotov's person.

In 1963, NKVD chief Lavrenty Beria was gunned down in Molotov's Kremlin office by Marshal Georgy Zhukov, after Beria had kidnapped Molotov and sought to make himself the Soviet Union's ruler by force. It was only by the grace of Zhukov, head of the mighty Red Army, that Molotov was restored to power.

In 1965, Molotov agreed to broker an end to the Race-German War of 1965 in the Kremlin. Molotov met with Queek, representing the Race, and Paul Schmidt, representing Germany. This meeting led to the Treaty of Moscow, which ended the war.

Pyotr Maksimovich, Molotov's personal secretary, arranged all of the most important meetings in the Kremlin during this time period.


  1. Bombs Away, pg. 243, ebook.
  2. In the Presence of Mine Enemies, pg. 4, HC.