The Leningrad Blockade.
On the 8th of September 1941 the Germans began their attack on the city of Leningrad. During this time the citizens of the city were virtually cut off from the world. It lasted for about 900 days, from September 8, 1941 till January 27, 1944. All the citizens of Leningrad united and grouped together in hope of a quick defeat of the Germans, and a wave of patriotism spread through out the city. The radio played a very important role in keeping the flow of the feeling. Many people used this form of communication as a method of hope, one that would announce the defeat of the Germans; the broa…
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