9 The Sieged City Leningrad

The Sieged City Leningrad

Posted on January 20, 2014 by team


The Siege of Leningrad took lives of more than 640 thousand people, many thousands died from artillery and bomb attacks and in evacuation. It was a terrible, fearful time when people knew the worth of freedom…




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9 Responses to “The Sieged City Leningrad”

  1. Jean says:

    THE REAL HEROES, who destroyed the devil himself and give us the life we have NOW. PERFECT, EXELLENT, UNBELIEVABLE, A GODS WONDER. GLORY FOR THE MOTHERLAND.

  2. Mandea says:

    It’s sad to watch those people suffering. But I wonder what was the “freedom” they were fighting for? The freedom to be shot by their own, not by the Germans…

    • Den says:

      You maybe heard such word as “Life”, so dont ask stupid questions next time.

    • MAXDMG says:

      This propaganda) People were shot that under the tsars that under communism the same) Only shout about billions of shooting by Stalin personally only those who hates communism) I also don’t think he is the best form of government, but it is disgusting that are trying to change history, and even more so extol the tsarist regime as a Paradise on earth…

  3. CZenda says:

    Please, fix the photos. They do not display properly.

  4. lortea says:

    Russians bring exactly the same fate for Poland in September 1939 and by history paradox were pay back by their German “friends” (remember Soviet-German parade in 1939 and Ribentrop-Molotov pact) after June 1941.

  5. lortea says:

    Censorship like in soviet union. Homo sovieticus is eternal so its crimes like Katyń.

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