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The siege of Leningrad the modern-day St. He nearly drove me crazy - he would talk all evening about Kant and Hegel.

You don't know what it was

The Battle of Moscow gave us complete confidence that it would be all right in the end. It looks at how morality and about our own rules of ethical behaviour. The loss of population through death and evacuation decreased the strain on the remaining inhabitants. The Russian winter had one positive effect.

Many died in the spring, when the worst was already over. An intensely moving and unforgettable book. Six air raids occurred that day. However, those who survived the worst period of the famine finally survived. This isn't just a history book but a book on what happens to people in these situations.

You don't know what it was like. And yet there was a kind of inner discipline that made people carry on. There was the risk of vehicles becoming stuck in the snow or sinking through broken ice caused by the constant German bombardment. There is this shelling, of course, and people get killed, but life has become valuable again.

And the practice of hiding the dead somewhere in the house and using their ration cards was very common indeed. Hundreds of people had run from the street into the store to take shelter from the air raid. As the brutal Russian winter approached, water pipes froze and broke, denying the residents drinking water.

Additional military operations were carried out in coordination with Baltic Fleet naval forces under the general command of Admiral Vladimir Tributs. Effect of the Siege of Leningrad on the city The two-and-a-half year siege caused the greatest destruction and the largest loss of life ever known in a modern city. The moral effect is when a hungry man knows he's got a useful job of work to do.

And yet there was