SOURCE: New York Times
Germany to Dedicate Additional $767M for Holocaust Survivors
Russian Jews who were subjected to the brutal siege of Leningrad, and subjected to Nazi propaganda that encouraged other Russians to blame them for the city's suffering, are among those offered new pensions.
Historian uncovers diaries from Nazi siege of Leningrad documenting cannibalism during famine
Newly discovered diaries reveal horror of siege.
German president recalls war, Leningrad siege with shame, sorrow
The German president extended his sympathies on the seventieth anniversary of the breaking of the siege.
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