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8 Siege of Leningrad: the Museum In Modern Saint Petersburg

Siege of Leningrad: the Museum In Modern Saint Petersburg

Posted on January 28, 2014 by team


There is a museum and a so-called “street of life” in Saint-Petersburg both devoted to the memory of sieged Leningrad. We decided to visit this place and invite you to join.

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8 Responses to “Siege of Leningrad: the Museum In Modern Saint Petersburg”

  1. MAXDMG says:

    Heroic people in Leningrad almost 900 days fought for their lives, for their country, for their families, friends and other people will not retreat a single step…. can admire Their courage, even when he was a hell of a famine in the zoo not allowed animals for meat feeding them with their portions, theatres worked, transport functioned until we had electricity, half-flooded cruiser Aurora reflect the attack aviation, but the people have survived without losing the hope of victory…. And their expectations were met, unfortunately too many lives were lost(

  2. Jean says:

    The Fighters and people of RODINA have my deepest respect, as THEY freed us from the nazi,s while my countrymen where sitting and wait for the help from someone else. Dead to the Dutch traitors who fought with the nazi,s.

  3. CZenda says:

    Can I get reference to a realistic literature pertaining besieged Leningrad, i.e. without Soviet/Putler propaganda?
    The story of Leningrad and its inhabitants is certainly worth telling in realistic colors, no matter how cruel they are.

    • MAXDMG says:

      My grandmother there was( Not was food enough to feel the hunger… Beat bombing killing of innocent residents, and cannibalism(little very little, people didn’t lose their human appearance)were the corpses on the streets, but people did not doubt that Germany win…. Or die trying, they decided not to give up these killers, because they wanted to take revenge for relatives and knowing that they would all be killed or sent into slavery in case of failure, because the gas chamber was waiting for all who resisted….

  4. dolores says:

    Everything is too clean. It’s not how we lived. We shouldn’t censor reality for modern tastes. Otherwise it’s just Disneyland, not representation of what was.

  5. Kia says:

    @CZenda there is a novel set during WWII and the Siege of Leningrad. It’s pretty realistic even though it’s a fictional story… it’s called “The Bronze Chevalier” and the author is Paullina Simmons

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