Misha And His Leningrad Diary: Surviving The Leningrad Siege  -     By: Evelina de Gelmont
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Misha And His Leningrad Diary: Surviving The Leningrad Siege

Xulon Press / 2008 / Paperback

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This is the story of Misha, a young Russian boy who survived the siege of Leningrad by Nazi Germany during World War II. The focal point of the book is based on the events detailed in Misha's diary. The remainder describes the historical context and impact of the blockade, and the survivor's life story. The book is intended as a tribute to the human spirit.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 376
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)
ISBN: 1606473204
ISBN-13: 9781606473207
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This is the story of Misha, a young Russian boy who survived the siege of Leningrad by Nazi Germany during World War II. For 900 days (1941-1944) three million Leningraders endured starvation, lack of water, electricity, and fuel, living on one small piece of bread per day and subjected to endless air raids and bombardments. Cold and starvation destroyed over one million lives. The focal point of the book is based on the events detailed in Misha's diary. The remainder describes the historical context and impact of the blockade, and the survivor's life story. The book is intended as a tribute to the human spirit. Evelina was born in Russia in 1934. She worked as an engineer in Lvov, Ukraine for many years. It was there that she married Misha. After her husband died prematurely, Evelina decided to emigrate to America. She settled in Minnesota and found a job as an engineer. It was in America that Evelina became a Christian and married a minister. For many years she had an unshakeable determination to write this book, a biography of her beloved husband. Even as she struggled with cancer, which eventually took her life, finishing the book remained one of her top concerns. Although she never saw it published, her hope was that one day many people would be inspired by her husband's great zeal for life. In Misha's own words, "I have just now realized what life means to me. Life is a great gift given to us; it is not always lived properly."

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