In 1941 German and Finnish military forces established a blockade around Leningrad. During the 900 days of the siege, Leningrad was beset with aerial bombings, fuel shortages, and extreme starvation. At the end of the siege more than a million Leningraders had died. Svetlana Magayeva, just ten years old in 1941, witnessed the air raids and artillery shelling and endured the cold and hunger, Surviving the Blockade of Leningrad.
Publisher: University Press of America
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 354 g
Dimensions: 236 x 173 x 16 mm
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