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Synonyms for Leningrad

a city in the European part of Russia

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Yuri Yuzhaninov, Charge De Affairs, Russian Embassy threw light on the events that led to the lifting of Leningrad Blockade and the heroics of those involved in the events.
People with disabilities and World War II veterans, as well as survivors of the Siege of Leningrad and prisoners of concentration camps receive 7,000 soms; Labour Army members and homefront workers with disabilities receive 2,000 soms; widows of men killed in Great Patriotic War and homefront workers receive 1,000 soms.
The book then continues through revealing Russian mistakes in dealings with Hitler prior to the invasion and the start of the appalling siege of Leningrad on 22 June 1941, it continued for 872 days.
Leningrad was home to composer Dmitri Shostakovich, whose works taunted Stalin but were just shy of rebellion.
The opening ceremony of the new production line was attended by Ford Sollers President, Ted Kannis, first vice-president and CEO Adil Shirinov and Acting Governor of Leningrad region Alexander Drozdenko .
The Kyrgyz Leningrad Blockade Community advised the Minister to visit the most needy in the medical care veterans, who were more than 80 years old.
Putin was brought up in Leningrad - now restored to its original name of St Petersburg.
In chapters three through nine, he focuses on the roughly one-year period from the encirclement and blockade of Leningrad by the Wehrmacht in the autumn of 1941 until the famous performance of Shostakovich's Seventh Symphony in the city on August 9, 1942.
Petersburg on Friday to attend Leningrad Region Business Circles Winter Assembly.
Sbornik dokumentov [Reports from the Regions: Raions Liberated from Occupation in Leningrad Oblast during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-45.
Svetlana Magaveya was 10 years old when the German and Finnish military forces established a blockade around Leningrad in 1941.
LENINGRAD has been something of an ante-post dark horse for the Derby and continues to be well backed for the Epsom race.
The seventh symphony, the Leningrad, is believed by many to have been inspired by the 900-day Nazi siege of Leningrad, although others see it as a portrayal of the Leningrad which Stalin had already destroyed.
The Siege of Leningrad 1941-1944 is the incredible true story of the German Army's three-year assault on Leningrad.
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