Lasting 900 days between September 1941 and January 1944, the siege of Leningrad claimed the lives of 800,000 of the city’s inhabitants, mainly through cold and hunger. The population of the city was subjected, moreover, to enemy fire and to ruthlessly strict control by the Soviet authorities. The memory of the suffering of Leningrad’s population was first celebrated, then stifled, and is only gradually re-emerging.

Capsule réalisée par Simon Perego à partir de la notice EHNE The siege of Leningrad (1941-1944) de François-Xavier Nérard.

Conception, enregistrement et traduction: Euradionantes


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