Let me again go -- just so people who`ve lost track -- Olga Chekhova was related -- who was her mother and father? Who were her mother and father?
Well, her mother and father were the -- were Knippers. And she then was the niece of Olga Knipper-Chekhova, Chekhov`s wife and widow. And then she married Misha Chekhov, who was Chekhov`s nephew. So in fact, she was a sort of a double -- she was a double niece.
So Anton Chekhov was her uncle.
So Anton Chekhov was her uncle. He was not her uncle by blood, but he was her uncle twice over, based through his marriage to her real blood aunt and through her marriage to his blood nephew. Oh, dear. Is that not any clearer?
But you were talking -- starting to talk about Lev. In the end, how -- what happened to him?
Well, again, he survived. I mean, here was somebody who had been a White Guard, was an NKVD agent. I mean, you have the -- he was obviously a very brave man in the war and all the rest of it. But whenever he was about to go on some sort of desperate mission, not through any cowardice on his part or anything like that, that was stopped.