This new book is a chronological narrative of the experiences of Evgenii Moniushko, who lived through and survived the first year of the siege of Leningrad and who served as a junior officer in the Red Army during the last eighteen months of war and the first year of the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia and Hungary. This volume presents an intensely human view of daily army life both in combat and garrison duty and unique perspectives on the conditions he and other junior officers and common soldiers endured while in army service.... wetook with usonly winter coats andhats, light blankets, and the heaviest object, my motherAls manual sewing machine, which ... For sometime, for example, we had not received any letters from my motherAls younger brother, Uncle Vitia, whoanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Leningrad to Hungary|
|Author||:||Evgenii D. Moniushko|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-12-17|