The death toll mounts in Leningrad
26th December 1941: A city of three million cut off from the rest of Russia endure the bitter cold while starvation spreads
The siege of Leningrad, begun in September, continued. Rather than attempt a direct assault Hitler had decided on a deliberate policy of cutting off the city and starving three milli…
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