Lenin Is Young Again

SCP-XXXX. Dated 1920.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Neutralized (formerly Keter)

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is neutralized and requires no further containment.

To prevent public suspicion, a replica of SCP-XXXX has been placed in the Red Square in Moscow.

Description: SCP-XXXX was the body of Russian revolutionary and former Premier of the Soviet Union Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (Влади́мир Ильи́ч Ленин).

Information on SCP-XXXX is limited due to the purge of GRU Division "P" records following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. According to intelligence recovered from the division, SCP-XXXX was the result of a highly secretive program designated Division Shadowplay. SCP-XXXX possessed anomalous ectoentropic abilities; however,the true extent of its anomalous nature remains unknown.

It is believed that development on Project Shadow began no more than three years after Lenin's death on 01-21-1924 following the rise of then-General Secretary Joseph V. Stalin, who personally approved of the program. However, Division Shadowplay saw a turbulent early phase of development due to the many political purges that occurred in the 1930s. It was not until 1941 when consisent work on Division Shadowplay began following the Nazi Germany invasion of the Soviet Union.

At some point in the 1950s, Division Shadowplay began to deviate from standard GRU "P" protocol and became a splinter group of the division. Their activities during this time were not explicitly authorized by the Politburo. Recovered information on Project Shadowplay indicates heavy occultist, paganist, and thaumaturgic influences on their work.

Addendum XXXX-1: SCP-XXXX first came to the Foundation's attention following the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, which saw armed insurgencies in the Hungarian People's Republic against communist rule. Reports of SCP-XXXX inflicting heavy casualties on Hungarian forces were widespread.

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