Moscow, January 26 – RIA News. Zhanna Kiseleva, president of the Blockening Leningrad Society in the Kalininsky District, is a German journalist who criticized the blockade. I have invited Petersburg.
In the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, an article by Silke Bigalke appeared. She announced that the Leningrad Celebration Celebration victory in Russia was victorious. The author of the publication acknowledged that the tragedy was an act of genocide organized by Wehrmacht. But after the war, both sides did not want to call it that way.
"When she comes here and looks into our eyes, she will talk about what we have experienced and what we are still experiencing, such as loss of parents, lack of childhood, adolescence and youth," she said.
Kiseleva said that in the besieged Leningrad the children helped to load the body and did not feel fear. "They take away any emotions." She regretted that some people might have different views on this tragedy.
"We will not let this story rewrite while we are alive," she concluded.
On the publication of Bigalke, Russian Senator Franz Klintsevich condemned the lack of sensitivity and mercy of reporters, saying that "someone in Germany" wants Russia to forget the blockade of Leningrad I did.
The siege of Leningrad, which began on September 8, 1941, lasted nearly 900 days. For decades, according to various sources, 400,000 to 1.5 million people have died. Only 3% of them were killed by bombs and shells, and the rest died of starvation.