2 Life In Catacombs: How Was It Like?

Life In Catacombs: How Was It Like?

Posted on May 21, 2013 by team

Temperature and humidity in the catacombs were permanent all year around respectively.

Headquarters for meetings and making propaganda leaflets. Here they could also listen to music and play chess.

Gramophone.

“The Soviet Republic is surrounded by the enemy. It must be a unified military camp not only in word. Work of all institutes must be adapted to war and militarized. July 3rd, 1919. V. I. Lenin.”

“From now and on all Soviet peoples have to kill all Germans who came to the territory of our motherland as occupiers. Death to all German occupiers! I. Stalin.”

Defeat of the nazi German troops under Moscow, 1941-42.

The main sources of light were kerosene lamps and candles.

Portable radio transmitter.

Room of a radio-operator.

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2 Responses to “Life In Catacombs: How Was It Like?”

  1. RB says:

    amazing that they had time to do all this work.

  2. Dan says:

    Those partisans were true Russian patriots.

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