The Siege of Leningrad

Mikhail Steblin-Kamensky

The Siege of Leningrad began in November 1941, after 500,000 German troops had entered the Soviet Union. The siege ended two and a half years later, on 27 January 1944, when Russians broke out of the city and reached the Gulf of Finland; 750,000 people died.


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