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05/05 12:32 CET

Twenty-seven million ‘drops of pain’ that heirs of USSR victory do not forget

Twenty-seven million ‘drops of pain’ that heirs of USSR victory do not forget

Dmitry Koznov went to war at 18, in 1943, when Hitler’s invasion force still hovered not far from Moscow. The theatre school student took up arms to break the siege of Leningrad and fight in Belarus, Ukraine, Poland and Germany, barely surviving what Soviets called the…