History of WWII / 1 x 44'
On 8 September 1941, the German army completely surrounded Leningrad. Over the next 900 days, between 630,000 and 1.5 million people died in the trapped city. Survivors describe a childhood with no food or heat. They lost their brothers, sisters, and mothers. But they also talk about courage and love, and remember festive New Year trees and mandarin oranges. Based entirely on personal stories and documents.
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