Deaths rise in besieged Leningrad
14th November 1941: Starvation takes a hold as the temperature drops
It was now nearly two months since the Germans had cut off Leningrad and begun a siege intended to starve the population to death. One of their first actions had been to deliberately bomb the city's centralised food warehouses - cutting the food supplies for the city at a st…
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