The chronicles of the Siege of Leningrad

The Blockade of Leningrad (as St. Petersburg was called at the time) is one of the most tragic episodes of WWII. For 872 days, from September 8, 1941, to January 27, 1944, the city was cut off from the rest of Russia.

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