"To be a Leningrader is to have a " "distinction which is as rare as any human being possesses." From" "the Foreword"" In the siege of Leningrad, August 1941 January 1944, between 1,100,000 and 1,500,000 persons died, of hunger, of cold, of disease, of German bullets, bombs, and shells. The unprecedented magnitude and suffering of this most devastating of all episodes of war has been told by Harrison E. Salisbury in his recent best-seller, "The" "900 Days: The Siege of Leningrad. "Yet, as Mr. Salisbury notes in his ...

Siege and Survival: The Odyssey of a Leningrader 1971, Southern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780809305117

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