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09:22

Stupina
Alexandra Fyodorovna

When the Siege began, she was 11 years old.
After the rest of her family had perished, she ended up in an orphanage.

14:55

Golub
Elza Vladimirovna

When the Siege began, she was 10 years old.
Throughout the entire Siege, she lived in Vsevolozhsk.

15:02

Maximova
Raisa Nikolaevna

When the Siege began, she was 11 years old.
She worked as a nurse’s aide in a military hospital, and she helped her mother make military uniforms for soldiers on the frontlines.

12:49

Dashkevich
Igor Petrovich

When the Siege began, he was 19 years old.
He worked at the Leningrad Radio Committee.

22:39

Sokolova
Valentina Viktorovna

When the Siege began, she was 13 years old.
She worked raising vegetables for people living in the city.

10:59

Ponomaryova
Nina Vladimirovna

When the Siege began, she was 20 years old.
She worked as a nurse at a military hospital.

12:43

Pushkina
Klavdia Stepanovna

When the Siege began, she was 20 years old.
She was a lathe worker at the Zhdanov Factory.

21:32

Ivanova
Elena Dmitrievna

When the Siege began, she was 19 years old.
She helped defend the city of Leningrad.

27:28

Zinovyeva
Zoya Trofimovna

When the Siege began, she was 20 years old.
She was involved in defending the city as the boss of a crew of female loaders on the Road of Life.

18:27

Ovcharenko
Zinaida Pavlovna

When the Siege began, she was 13 years old.
She was a gardener and raised vegetables for the workers at the Kirov Plant.

18:06

Belyankina
Zinaida Ustinovna

When the Siege began, she was 19 years old.
Until October 1943, she worked selling bread at a bakery in the besieged city.

15:01

Lepyansky
Ilya Davidovich

When the Siege began, he was 17 years old.
He was involved in the defense and took part in the penetration and lifting of the Siege.